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Job Title: WATERSHED SPECIALIST
Department: Parks & Recreation – Lakes, Ponds, & Streams
Reports To: Watershed Manager
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
Salary Grade: 4
Date: 01/01/2014; revised 1/11/2019
Please Click Here for Job Listing and to Apply
International Institute for Sustainable Development
ENB WRITER RECRUITMENT – INFORMATION AND REQUIREMENTS
The International Institute for Sustainable Development, Reporting Services Division (IISD RS), is looking for new writers for its team of freelance consultants (the “ENB Team”) who write and edit the Earth Negotiations Bulletin and IISD’s other conference reporting (ENB+) services. (For more information on these publications, visithttp://enb.iisd.org/, and to see the existing ENB Team, visit http://www.iisd.ca/about/team/).
Please note that these are not full-time positions and applicants should only apply if interested in freelance consulting work. Applicants will be asked how freelance consulting with IISD RS would fit into their other existing research and/or consulting work.
The deadline for applications is 1800 (6:00pm) GMT on Sunday, 20 January 2019.
AAAS Mass Media Science & Engineering Fellows Program
The application deadline for this summer fellowship (June 12 – August 20) is January 15, 2019. The program places selected upper level UGs and Graduate students at media organizations nationwide. There is a $500/week stipend and travel expenses. The students are assigned to work with host-journalists to make science news easier for the public to understand.
The fellowship is open to international students who are already studying in the United States and who hold visas that allow them to receive payment for work during the summer. AAAS cannot assist in obtaining/retaining visas. The fellowship is also open to US citizens studying abroad as long as they can pay their way back into the US for the fellowship.
The best way to keep up with fellowship dates and news is to follow it on Twitter @AAASMassMedia
U.S Fish & Wildlife Service (FWS)
FWS Directorate Resource Assistant Fellows Program (DFP)
In 2019, the U.S Fish & Wildlife Service (FWS) will partner with the Student Conservation Association (SCA) to administer the FWS Directorate Resource Assistant Fellows Program (DFP). The DFP is an 11-week fellowship working on projects that support FWS conservation priorities. Eligible students who are pursuing degrees in biological science and/or natural resources management will possess the desired qualifications to apply for participation in the 2019 DFP. These fellowships offer a unique opportunity to gain direct hire authority (upon successful completion of the program), which enables U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service and other land management agencies to be able to hire former fellows into permanent, full-time positions within two years of graduation without having to use the competitive process. You can find a list of a few sample projects below.
Eligible students must be enrolled or accepted for enrollment in an undergraduate (rising seniors) or graduate degree program, and who will not complete their degree requirements prior to the completion of the 2019 DFP 11-weeks fellowship. Refer to the flyer for additional requirements.
How to Apply
The first step is to go now and complete your fellowship application online via the Student Conservation Association (SCA) application portal (http://thesca.force.com/members/NewRegistration). You must add the application code PO-00727173 to your application. This initial application must be completed by January 18, 2019.
If you have met the initial eligibility requirement for the 2019 DFP, SCA will send you an email inviting you to apply to specific DFP projects throughout the United States and its territories during the open period in late January or early February. You may have only a few days to apply to specific projects, so please keep an eye on the email account used to establish your SCA application.
2019 Boyd Evison Graduate Fellowship
Offered by the Grand Teton Association. Information and application form below. Applications must be postmarked by January 25, 2019.
Smithsonian-Mason School of Conservation
For incoming Fall 2019 doctoral students
Deadline: February 4, 2019
Doctoral Fellowship: ConocoPhillips/SMSC Conservation Research Fellowship
- Support for five years of study
- Stipend of $28,000 per year
- Health insurance
- Tuition remission for 18 credits per academic year
Preference will be given to applicants who will work on a research project involving collaboration between Mason and Smithsonian investigators and whose mentor(s) are actively collaborating with SMSC (e.g., accepting practicum/research students, unpaid instruction). The awardee will be required to acknowledge SMSC and the donor on all publications and presentations resulting from work completed while funded by this fellowship. SMSC will construct marketing material showcasing the awardee’s work. Awardee will be expected to meet annually with the donors, and will be required to present research results each year at Mason’s Graduate Interdisciplinary Conference (MaGIC) and/or Mason’s 3MT® competition.
Specific questions may be addressed to Cody W. Edwards, Ph.D., Executive Director, Smithsonian-Mason School of Conservation, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For full details, please visit: https://smconservation.gmu.edu/financial-aid/doctoral-fellowships/
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NASA DEVELOP Program
Upcoming application windows: Summer 2019, Fall 2019
The NASA DEVELOP Program is currently recruiting. This is a 10-week paid contracting position open for current students, recent college graduates, and career transitioning professionals including veterans of the Armed Forces. Although the term is only 10 weeks, there are many opportunities to advance through the program to year-long contracts.
Details about the program and how to apply can be found at http://develop.larc.nasa.gov/. The DEVELOP program has three terms: spring, summer, and fall – the term dates and application windows are updated on the “Apply” page of the DEVELOP website. In addition to Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, MD, there are many other locations across the United States that you can find on the “Locations” page.
Applicants must have excellent communication and writing skills and be able to work in a fast-paced environment. Days of the week are flexible, but applicants should be able to commit to 20-29 hours per week for the spring term. Paid positions are funded using a rate determined by application type, education level, and location.
Environmental Jobs/Internships search sites
The Student Conservation Association Internships
The Environmental Careers Organization
Earth Watch Institute
Environmental Education Directory
Environment Virginia – Jobs
Smithsonian Institution – Internships
Environmental Career Center
Learnhowtobecome.org – Green Careers
Sustainability Degrees – Careers in Sustainability (info)