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SAMLink-focused postings in HuskyJobs

To locate and apply for any posting listed below, follow these steps – · Log into your HuskyJobs account at http://www.huskyjobs.washington.edu/students o First time using HuskyJobs? Access a password for your account by utilizing the ‘Reset Password’ feature · Click on the ‘Search Listings’ option on the purple navigation bar · Look for the red … Continue reading

2014 Trail Blazers Scholarship

THE TRAIL BLAZERS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Offered in 2014 in honor of Vic Cohrs and Jamie VanEtten Background: The Trail Blazers is a volunteer organization that contributes its time, energy and knowledge toward helping the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. Members participate in a variety of studies, conservation and wilderness protection activities, camp cleanups, stream … Continue reading

Distinguished Lecturer Program presents Prof. John G. Kaldi

Society of Petroleum Engineers Carbon Capture and Storage: What are the Big Issues and Opportunities for the Petroleum Industry? Prof. John G. Kaldi University of Adelaide Tuesday, April 15, 2014 12:00 noon JHN 022 Free pizza at 11:30, sponsored by Pacific Northwest Section SPE An Extra 45 Minutes Can Provide a World of Knowledge Don’t … Continue reading

City of Seattle – Summer Internship

Hello everyone! Summer internship with the City of Seattle are here! We have over 20 openings with a wide range of majors from Culinary intern at the Skagit Hydroelectric Project, to Communications Intern, IT Intern to Student Engineering Intern. Please advise your students to apply through our online employment site http://www.seattle.gov/jobs under the Student Employment … Continue reading

FREE LinkedIn photo booth at the Career Center

The Career Center is coordinating a FREE LinkedIn photo booth leading up to our Spring Career Fair. The booth is available on Tuesday, April 15th in MGH 134 from 12:00 – 3:00pm. Students, alumni, staff, and employers are all welcome to stop by and obtain a free professional headshot for use on various social media … Continue reading

City of Seattle – Summer Internship

Summer internship with the City of Seattle are here! We have over 20 openings with a wide range of majors from Culinary intern at the Skagit Hydroelectric Project, to Communications Intern, IT Intern to Student Engineering Intern. Please apply through our online employment site http://www.seattle.gov/jobs under the Student Employment Opportunities tab. Annie A. Nguyen, PHR, … Continue reading

Summer Internships at Oregon State University (USA)

Forwarded from CLIMLIST… The Oregon Climate Change Research Institute at OSU offers summer internships for up to three students in Corvallis. (1) Next-generation scenarios of future climate from a regional superensemble Undergraduate students with a strong background in meteorology, atmospheric sciences, or climatology with some preparation in statistics or computer programming are encouraged to apply … Continue reading

What’s next? ASUW is Hiring

Recruiters almost unanimously mention outside work experience as a quality that makes college graduates desirable in the current job market. At the Associated Students of the University of Washington, we pride ourselves on providing these opportunities for students. We are currently accepting applications for over 65 paid positions at jobs.asuw.org The Associated Students of the … Continue reading

Reminder: Funding for student travel, conferences, meetings

College of the Environment Student Meeting Fund Spring 2014 Quarter Deadline: April 9, 2014 The College of the Environment (CoEnv) supports undergraduate, Masters, and PhD students in furthering their careers, and in particular in connecting students to networking opportunities afforded by the presentation of their original work in meeting venues. CoEnv supports two types of … Continue reading

Apply to join CoEnv Student Advisory Council

Are you interested in representing your program or group in the College of the Environment Student Advisory Council? The College of the Environment Student Advisory Council advises the Dean and Associate Deans on issues related to students. The council brings issues from the Dean’s Office to the student community and brings issues from the student … Continue reading

Summer of Applied Geophysical Experience (SAGE) 2014

Greetings The Summer of Applied Geophysical Experience (SAGE) is pleased to announce their program for 2014. SAGE 2014 will include an NSF-supported REU program. SAGE is a four week graduate and advanced undergraduate research and education program in exploration geophysics based in Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA. SAGE students, faculty, teaching assistants and visiting scientists … Continue reading

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