Student Conservation Association ‘Recruiter in Residence’ hours
Tuesday, February 19th
You must book an appointment time in advance – read on for instructions
This is an amazing opportunity for all majors and years to meet with a recruiter from the Student Conservation Association, ask questions about the SCA’s Alternative Spring Break, expense paid environmental internships, learn about the application process, and get selected for a position.
You can schedule your meeting through Husky Jobs – so hurry, before slots fill up! All times are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
SCA is a nationwide force of high school and college-age volunteers who are committed to protecting and preserving the environment. But SCA doesn’t just talk the talk—SCA is conservation in action. Through internships, conservation jobs and crew experiences, SCA members are rising to meet today’s environmental challenges while gaining real, hands-on field experience. They complete projects in every conservation discipline—from archaeology to zoology—and everything in between.
SCA internships provide the opportunity to work directly with environmental professionals, while gaining tangible skills, and contributing substantially to the preservation of our natural and cultural treasures. Ranging in length from 3 – 12 months, in all 50 states, SCA Internships are available throughout the year in all conservation disciplines. All positions are expense-paid (living stipend, housing, round trip travel) and most offer insurance, deferment of qualified college loans and AmeriCorps Education awards.
The SCA also offers year-round programming and professional development opportunities for Field Leaders 21+ years old. As an SCA Field Leader, you’ll facilitate and mentor a group of High School students or young adults, while completing various conservation service projects designed to build an ethic of community and environmental stewardship. From National Parks to Urban spaces across the country, these paid leadership positions are a critical way for us to pass on our conservation ethic to younger generations.
HOW TO LOCATE THE POSITION
A quick way to find this position is to log in at http://www.huskyjobs.washington.edu/students and go to the ‘shortcuts’ section (in the right of your homepage.)
* Click on ‘Search – All On-Campus Interviews’
* Enter the position ID number 66990 in the ‘keyword’ box
* Locate the position title and click on it.
* Read the job description and follow the steps to book a timeslot with SCA for Tuesday, February 19th.