Sustainability coordinator

Hi alums,

This looks awesome for those of you interested in sustainability initiatives.

~Salma
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From: North East Environmental Studies Group [NEES@listserv.ursinus.edu] on behalf of LaneJE [LaneJE@WOFFORD.EDU]
Sent: Wednesday, May 30, 2012 11:15 AM
To: NEES@listserv.ursinus.edu
Subject: [NEES] New position at Wofford College

NEES colleagues, please consider passing this announcement along to any interested graduates or friends. We?re very excited about this position and hope to get the right person for it. Feel free to write me off-list if you have specific questions.

John Lane (laneje@wofford.edu)

Thinking Like a River: Outreach Coordinator

We invite applications for a position, renewable for up to three years, at Wofford College?s Goodall Center for Environmental Studies located in Glendale, SC along the Lawsons Fork Creek. The position is associated with the Thinking Like a River Initiative (TLAR) which will bring members of the Wofford community together with citizens to comprehend, celebrate, and create an enduring culture of sustainability centered on rivers. Duties will include developing curricular activities for adults and K-16 students (including both formal groups and visitors to the Glendale Shoals Preserve walking trail), engaging Wofford students in activities at the Center, and participating in activities related to the TLAR Initiative.

Qualifications:
Bachelors or Masters degree in environmental studies or related field, passion for rivers, ability to connect enthusiastically with a wide variety of stakeholders at the College, in schools, and in the broader community, and experience in outreach or curriculum development. An ideal candidate will be able to integrate perspectives from the natural sciences, social sciences, and humanities & arts in experiential learning environments. We encourage the outreach coordinator to participate in development activities to expand and extend the program. The coordinator will reside in private quarters in a single-family home located across the street from the Center that includes the TLAR office.

Compensation:
Compensation includes $25,000 salary, housing (including free utilities and high-speed internet), competitive benefits package to include health insurance, campus parking permit, and some professional development funds.

TO APPLY:
Send a letter of interest, a resume, and the names and addresses of three references to Dr. Kaye Savage, Director of the Environmental Studies Program, Wofford College, 429 North Church Street, Spartanburg, SC 29303-3663. You may also email applications to overcarshcb@wofford.edu. It is the policy of Wofford College to provide equal opportunities and reasonable accommodation to all persons regardless of race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, age, national origin, disability, veteran status, or other legally protected status in accordance with applicable federal and state laws. The College?s policy of equal employment opportunity and nondiscrimination extends to recruitment, employment, advancement and promotion, compensation and benefits administration, training and development, and other personnel actions.

[IECA]: Media Analysis Internship

Hi Alums,

Looking for a job/internship? Check out the opportunity at Greenpeace below.

~Salma
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From: IECA Subscriptions [noreply@environmentalcomm.org]

| Author: Soenke_Lorenzen
| Title: Media Analysis Internship

Greenpeace International is offering *three *positions in its Communications
Department internship programme. We are looking for brilliant new talent,
fresh from college/university or a similar experience to join us for a six
month internship *from July/August/September 2012 to December
2012/January/February 2013 in Amsterdam*. You will help support media
strategy and network building, to inspire and mobilise millions of people to
save the planet. There are currently three intern positions with a special
skills focus on Media Analysis.

Skills and Requirements

* Have good written English and preferably good command of another language
* Love working in a multi-cultural environment,
* Be comfortable promoting an idea and defending an argument,
* Be good at multi-tasking,
* And be willing to learn new skills, and share your skills with others.
* Interest in and awareness of environmental issues

Tasks for Media Analysis Interns

* Reporting media (and social media) statistics
* Quantitative and qualitative media analysis
* Media trends research
* Create internal news briefings
* Aggregation and coding of media coverage
* Reporting web performance statistics

Project Leadership
You will spend roughly 50 percent of your time on the tasks above and related
work in the department. For the rest of your time, you will work together as
a team on your own media analysis project. You will plan and execute the
projects during your internship.

Conditions and How to Apply
Greenpeace International internships are full-time positions (up to 40 hours
per week). Our internships are meant for recent graduates who have completed
their studies less than 1 year ago. This internship lasts six months and
remuneration is via a modest monthly honorarium. Due to the short notice of
this announcement, only EU nationals and those with a valid work permit for
The Netherlands are asked to apply. The interns will have to take out health
insurance before starting the internship.
Due to the volume of applicants we regret we are unable to respond to
individual queries. If you have not been contacted within 4 weeks of the date
of your application, we regret that you have not been short-listed for
further consideration.
Please send a cover letter with links to relevant work you have done, and
your CV to soenke.lorenzen@greenpeace.org [1] before 10th of June 2012.

| LINK:
http://environmentalcomm.org/jobs/2012/05/30/media-analysis-internship
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chatham masters of sustainability

Hey alums and recent grads,

Check out the opportunity below.

~Salma

Date: Thu, 17 May 2012 10:51:21 -0400
From: David Hassenzahl
Subject: Chatham University – grad assistant and fellowship opportunities for Fall 2012

All

Chatham University still has some graduate assistant and fellowship
positions available for the first cohort of our Master of
Sustainability.
Our two-year masters degree approaches sustainability through problem-based
learning and community engagement, taking a transdisciplinary systems
perspective. The incoming students come from a variety of disciplinary
backgrounds and life experiences; they share a pioneering spirit, excellent
academic backgrounds, and commitment to immersing themselves in the
challenges of sustainability. If you have strong students who are still
deciding what to do next year, please share this with them!

Hope to see many of you next month!

>Dave

David M. Hassenzahl
Dean, School of Sustainability and the Environment
Chatham University
Pittsburgh, PA 15232

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[asle] Call for Submissions – UnderCurrents

Hey majors,

See below for a great place to think of publishing a research or creative piece you had a lot of fun with this last year.

~Salma
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From: asle-owner@interversity.org [asle-owner@interversity.org] on behalf of amandadi@yorku.ca [amandadi@yorku.ca]
Sent: Tuesday, May 15, 2012 2:25 PM
To: asle@interversity.org; ALECC
Subject: [asle] Call for Submissions – UnderCurrents

Please circulate widely – apologies for cross postings.

UnderCurrents Volume 18: End Times and Beginnings
Call for Submissions

The UnderCurrents editorial collective is happy to announce that, after a
four-year hiatus, the student-run journal of critical environmental studies
will be re-launched in the spring of 2013. As such, we invite visual and
text-based contributions for our upcoming issue, fittingly titled ?End Times
and Beginnings.? We are seeking scholarly and artistic work that critically
engages with ideas of environmental restoration, regenesis, and utopia, on the
one hand, and post-apocalyptic narratives, responses to and causes of
environmental crisis and catastrophe, historic accounts of other apocalypses,
and imaginings of the end of days on the other. As we find ourselves in a
world that is, as Stephen Lewis asserts, ?facing the possible catastrophic
implosion of humankind? where scientists predict unprecedented environmental
change of apocalyptic scale on the immediate horizon, where might we find hope
for our future? This issue solicits work that challenges current climate
change, environmental disaster, and environmental activist rhetoric, attempts
to come to terms with despair over massive species extinctions and widespread
suffering, and, perhaps most importantly, imagines different possibilities for
the future.

Possible topics include but are not limited to:

Postapocalyptic literature and film
Hope and environmental activism
Melancholy and mourning
Restoration ecology
Environmental disaster management
Utopian environmental movements
Climate change fiction, poetry, and theory
Critical perspectives on climate change, sustainability, and resilience
Environmental history and historic accounts of environmental disaster and
apocalypse
The possibility and promise of hybrid natures
Critiques of green is the new black and green washing,
Dark ecology
Slow apocalypse/slow violence
Posthumanism as an antiapocalyptic (or apocalyptic) gesture
Disarticulations neoliberalisms
Militarization of nature
Time and temporality

Electronic submission preferred.
Include name, address, brief bio, email, and phone number.
Please submit artwork in black and white, at least 5×7, 600 dpi., tiff files,
and text (maximum 6000 words) in .doc to: currents@yorku.ca
Deadline for submissions is September 17, 2012.
The editorial collective will work closely with authors whose work has been
selected. UnderCurrents encourages authors to engage in anti-discriminatory
discourse. Please visit our website http://www.yorku.ca/currents/ for more
details. Submissions that do not meet these requirements will not be
considered.

References

Stephen Lewis, ?The Health Impact of Global Climate Change.? Our Schools/Our
Selves: Divided We Stand, United We Fall 19.1 (Fall 2009): 25-35.

JOBS: information about Waterways Conservation Officer Trainee employment opportunities with the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission

Hi ES Seniors and Alums,

Looking for a job? Please see the attached documents.

Also, don’t forget to join the Environmental Studies Facebook page. You can continue to see all ES news and events through Facebook, even after you graduate. You can add your own updates, too. We often post JOB ads here:

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Environmental-Studies-at-Gettysburg-College/170686026281796

Cheers,

Sarah

From: Katherine Mattson
Sent: Friday, May 11, 2012 1:53 PM
To: Sarah Principato
Subject: FW: information about Waterways Conservation Officer Trainee employment opportunities with the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission
Importance: High

Hi Sarah –

Happy end of finals week.  Just as an fyi in case you know of any seniors looking in the Harrisburg area…

Katy Mattson

Associate Director

Center for Career Development

Gettysburg College

300 N. Washington Street

Gettysburg PA 17325

Phone:  717-337-6616

Fax: 717-337-6538

kemattso@gettysburg.edu

From: Kathy Williams
Sent: Friday, May 11, 2012 11:48 AM
To: Katherine Mattson; Manuel Ruiz; Tiffany Kurzawa; Sylvia Asante; Sheryn Moore; Sandy Buhrman; Tammy Shaffer
Subject: FW: information about Waterways Conservation Officer Trainee employment opportunities with the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission
Importance: High

Fulltime opportunities with the State…

Kathy Williams, Ed.D.

Director, Center for Career Development

Gettysburg College

717.337.6610

From: Marinak, Paula K [mailto:pmarinak@pa.gov]
Sent: Friday, May 11, 2012 11:06 AM
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Subject: information about Waterways Conservation Officer Trainee employment opportunities with the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission
Importance: High

Good morning:

My name is Paula Marinak. I am a recruiter in the Harrisburg Office of the State Civil Service Commission. I am reaching out to you today on behalf of the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission to ask for your help in promoting some employment opportunities within this agency. This agency is recruiting for its next class of Waterways Conservation Officer Trainees. This is a year-long training program combining law enforcement principles and practices with environmental protection work. Attached you will find a flyer and a letter providing more information about these opportunities. The only minimum requirement is passage of the exam. However, the Fish and Boat Commission has indicated that college education can be helpful for these positions. Please share the attached information as you deem appropriate with students and alumni at your respective schools who may be interested in and qualified for these opportunities.

Applicants must have a valid PA driver’s license and a clean criminal history. In addition, they must be 21 by the date of hire. The application deadline for this job title is June 23, 2012; Civil Service testing must be completed by July 28, 2012. The trainee class will begin in July 2013. To apply, go to our Web site at www.scsc.state.pa.us. First-time users will need to create an account. This can be done by going to the Online Services box in the upper left corner of the home page and clicking the “Register” button. Follow the on-screen instructions to create a user ID and password. When these are established, enter them in the appropriate boxes, select “View Open Jobs and Apply” from the Online Services menu and click “Sign In.” In the window that opens, enter test announcement number 2012034 in the search box.

This will bring up an electronic version of the test announcement for Waterways C
onservation Officer Trainee. Potential applicants should review the announcement thoroughly before proceeding to the online application. This job title has a list of special conditions, all of which the potential applicants must be willing and able to meet in order to be considered. Individuals who are not willing and able to meet all the listed special conditions of employment should not apply. If individuals are interested in applying, they should click the “Go To Next Page” button at either the top or the bottom of the test announcement. When the online application is complete, they can schedule a date and time for testing. Individuals need to be mindful that there is a time limit of 15 minutes for each application screen. If time is running short, applicants should save their work and advance to the next screen to refresh the clock. Then they can go back and finish their work. If the clock expires, applicants will be kicked out of the system. They will have to go back in and resume their applications at the point where they last saved their work.

Specific job-related questions can be directed to the HR office of the Fish and Boat Commission using the contact information provided in the attached letter. I can address questions related to the Civil Service employment process.

Thank you all very much for your willingness to share the attached information about Waterways Conservation Officer Trainee employment opportunities with the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission. On behalf of the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission and the State Civil Service Commission, thank you for your support of this important recruitment effort.

Sincerely,

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Paula K. Marinak | Recruitment Specialist | Bureau of Employment Services

Strawberry Square Complex | P.O. Box 569| Harrisburg, PA  17108-0569

Phone: 717.214.4933 | Fax: 717.787.5731 | TTY: 717.772-2685 |

E-mail: pmarinak@pa.gov

Notice: On Friday, July 29, the commonwealth will be adding @pa.gov as the primary e-mail domain for all state employees.  For example: pmarinak@state.pa.us will now be pmarinak@pa.gov.  The e-mail addresses ending in @state.pa.us will continue to function so that e-mails will never be interrupted.  We appreciate your cooperation as we take a small step to increase the usability and consistency of the commonwealth’s online communications.

job opp for students

Hi ES Students,

Are you looking for a summer job? If yes, please check this one out from ES alumna, Katy Lesser.  

Cheers,

Sarah

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Kuhn Orchards attend 11 farmers markets in D.C. and Northern VA each week and we are looking to hire some new people to attend market for us.  We employ a few high school and college kids who come home for the summer.  But by the end of August (when they go back to school) and through the fall, we still need people for market.  I was wondering if there might be any ES students who are staying on campus this summer, who have good work ethic (I mean good work ethic), and would be interested in attending markets for us on through the fall.  During the summer they could attend weekday markets; then once classes start, we could move them to weekend markets if weekday markets no longer fit their class schedule.  

A typical market day is a 12 hour period from the time they arrive on the farm to the time they get in the car to go home.  We have about a 2 hour drive both ways (which the students could sleep), so really, its 8 hours of actual working.  For our morning markets, the truck leaves between 4:30am and 5:00am, and for our afternoon markets the truck leaves between 11:00am and 11:30am.  Pay is between $120 and $180, determined by how much produce is sold.  I’ve attached the job description.  

If you think there are any students who might be interested in this job opportunity, please forward this email them.  Thanks!

I hope all of your finals go smoothly and that you enjoy your summer!!  

Take care,

Katy

Katy Lesser Clowney

301) 471-7883 (cell) | klesser02@gmail.com

Kuhn Orchards

P.O. Box 95 | 1041 Old Route 30  | Cashtown, PA 17310

(717) 334-2722

www.KuhnOrchards.com

Summer opportunity

Hi ES Students,

Current ES major, Paul Di Salvo, has some internship opportunities to share with all of you. Contact him if you have questions.

Cheers,

Sarah

From: Paul A. Di Salvo
Sent: Friday, May 04, 2012 7:27 AM
To: Sarah Principato
Subject: Summer opportunity

Hi Sarah,

Heres some internship opportunities for posting. I worked with metropolitan waterfront Alliance last summer as their volunteer coordinator intern. I’ll be back this summer as a consultant for them. It’s a great place to work and recommend it for anyone trying to get some experience in the field of water management or environmental non-profits. 

 -Paul


Summer Nonprofit Administration & Programs Intern at the MWA 

Candidate will work in and outside MWA office assisting with communications, outreach, programs, database management, and office management. The majority of the work will support MWA’s City of Water Day Festival. Full-time, paid internship. For more details, click here.l

Summer 2012 Government Affairs, Press & Media Internship at the MWA 

The majority of the work will involve the planning and coordination of a Press Event at MWA’s City of Water Day Festival at Liberty State Park, NJ. Full-time, paid internship. For more details, click here.