Environmental Studies Masters Program openings

Grad school opening at Antioch…

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Hi, ES folks –

Please see the message below from ES alum Lisa (Brannigan) Trakis, who works for the EPA – a wonderful student who has had a very successful career.

Good luck! – John

John A. Commito

Professor

Environmental Studies Department

Gettysburg College

Gettysburg, PA 17325 USA

Phone: 717-337-6030

Fax: 717-337-8550

E-mail: jcommito

Website: http://public.gettysburg.edu/~jcommito

Hello Doc,

I hope you are well. I wanted to pass along some current environmental job openings so you can pass the info along to seniors and recent grads if you’d like. I work with the WVDEP often and I understand that they are working to fill some positions. Here is a link to their current openings:

http://agency.governmentjobs.com/wv/default.cfm?&promotionaljobs=0&transfer=0

Although, there are not a lot of openings in federal government now, there are some openings and USA Jobs is the place to browse/apply for federal positions.

https://www.usajobs.gov/

My cousin recently visited G’burg for the Juniors open house and she loved it and really enjoyed your presentation! I’m hoping to bring my son (6) and daughter (4) out for a visit soon.

All the best,

Lisa Brannigan Trakis c/o 2000

NPDES Enforcement Branch (3WP42)

USEPA, Region 3

1650 Arch Street

Philadelphia, Pa 19103

phone: 215-814-5433

fax: 215-814-2318

Camp Counselor Staff Needed at Strawberry Hill

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Camp Counselor Staff Needed!

~ Several Positions Available ~

Strawberry Hill Nature Preserve is seeking motivated

and enthusiastic staff members for the

2013 Summer Nature Adventure Camps for Kids!

Themed camps for children ages 4 through 12 run weekly from June 17th through August 9th. Themes include survival skills, art, history, forestry, science, animals & insects, global environments and food, and the Chesapeake Bay Watershed. Learn more at www.StrawberryHill.org.

Full- and part-time positions are available at three levels (job descriptions attached):

  • Lead Counselors (ages 18+)
  • Junior Counselors (ages 16-18)
  • Volunteer Counselors-in-Training (ages 14-16)

Camp staff will gain valuable knowledge and experience with environmental and experiential education, as well as a variety of nature-based topics.

If interested, please contact us at (717) 642-5840 or info

or download an employment application and mail it to:

Strawberry Hill Nature Preserve

1537 Mount Hope Road

Fairfield, PA 17320

Strawberry Hill Nature Preserve . . . Where the Love of Nature Begins!

For more than 25 years, the non-profit Strawberry Hill Nature Preserve in Fairfield, PA, has managed its 609 acres as a living classroom for the community. Open to the public year-round, Strawberry Hill offers a picnic area, nature center, and 10 miles of walking trails through wooded hillsides and mountain streams. It provides educational programs and special events throughout the year. To learn more about Strawberry Hill Nature Preserve, please visit the website, call or check our Facebook page.

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ECOLOG-L Part time forestry ecology in Harvard Forest

Clark Lab – Duke University
Part-time field technician: Forest Ecology
Location: Harvard Forest – Petersham, MA

The Clark Lab is looking for a part-time (~20 hour/week) reliable and motivated field technician for the 2013 field season. This is a temporary position with no benefits, hired by Duke University to work on the Clark Lab sites in Harvard Forest, Petersham, MA.

Starting date is May 13 through August 16, 2013. Duties include the following:
Census seedlings of various tree species at three sites in the Harvard Forest Area (Simes Tract, Slab City and Warming Experiment) Collection of seed-bags and seedlings at the study sites Seed collection from seed traps Packaging and shipment of samples to Duke Forest Field data entry Stand mapping of a 100 m x 20 m transect

The Clark Lab is based in the Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke University, an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer. We study forest community ecology; our current research focuses on the effects of plant-fungal pathogen interactions in forest demography and phenology, and responses to disturbance and climate change.

Ideal candidates will have a strong interest in ecology and a willingness to work outdoors in hot, humid conditions with abundant insects, ticks, and chiggers. The ability to competently identify Massachusetts’s tree species is desirable.

Harvard Forest is located in Petersham, Massachusetts. Successful applicants will need to secure housing in the area.

Please submit application materials (a one-page cover letter, resume, and two references) in ONE DOCUMENT via e-mail to Becky Roper (br55@duke.edu] no later than April 26, 2013. Applications will be evaluated in the order that they are received.

Cordially,
Becky Roper
Lab Manager for James S. Clark
Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University br55@duke.edu Clark Lab website: http://sites.nicholas.duke.edu/clarklab/