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What’s it like to work for a marketing firm focused on sustainable branding? What do nature conservationists do all day? Join Dr. Jing on Thursday afternoons for her Environmental Careers Speaker Series. Throughout the semester, you’ll learn from professionals on the ground in the fields of environmental business, conservation and restoration, sustainability, renewable energy, and more. This series will also feature resources within the Career Development Center that IES students can utilize to find environmental jobs and enhance their networking skills. More
Each semester, IES partners with faculty, staff, and environmentally-minded individuals to bring community members and students together over a wide range of environmental topics. Seminar Speakers will share their research and knowledge on a variety of current environmental issues in today’s world. View our website for more information on our speakers and their topics. More
IES is offering multiple scholarships for ENVS majors to take classes during Loyola’s summer session at LUREC. Full and partial scholarships are available based on need. They can be applied to tuition, housing, and fees. The application deadline is March 16, 2018. More
This is a full time 12-week position starting in May or early June 2018 located in Ann Arbor with a stipend. The major task is to collect data in the field on how Harmful Algal Blooms influence tourism at coastal communities. Dr. Tian Guo will be the leading mentor working with other PIs at University of Michigan to offer training in data management and analysis as well as writing. The application, including one recommendation letter, is due on February 18 through the CIGLR website. More
The 51st Community Farmer's Market is a project of United Human Services in the Back of the Yards Community. We incentivize our community members to purchase local produce from our and other neighborhood community gardens and farms with DOUBLE Value coupons. We accept senior and WIC farmer’s market coupons. We seek to provide a venue for local entrepreneurs to showcase products and services, as well as to create a safe space for our neighborhood families. Duties will include performing outreach, flier design, sign painting, market attendance, grant writing, making transactions, etc. Qualifications include any high school, college student, or adult looking for experience in cultivating community relations through a farmer’s market. Candidates who speak Spanish are a plus. More
Work with environmental educators to lead students in local summer nature camps. Responsibilities include the daily care and supervision of campers, camp prep and take-down, animal care, and light maintenance. Daily activities may include investigating local ecosystems, teaching outdoor skills such as plant and animal identification, campfire cooking, knot tying, animal tracking, canoeing and biking. This is a wonderful opportunity for educators and environmental science students to gain hands-on teaching experience. Camp meets Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. with occasional extended days and overnights. More
The GREEN Program offers career-focused educational study abroad opportunities in Japan, Hawaii, Peru, and Iceland. Their goal is to give students the opportunity to gain hands-on industry experience and real-time professional development exposure within the fields of sustainable development. Interested students are now able to apply to The GREEN Program and their GREEN Advantage Fund with the opportunity to receive funding to join them abroad. For more information about funding opportunities please contact Caitlin Cowan. More