We have a paid summer intern position in the Seattle, Washington area. This internship is with the Environmental Remediation group at Boeing. The position is best suited for a graduate student or senior intending to go on to graduate school, but we will also consider other students who are at least a junior as well. The start and duration of the internship is flexible, however we like to keep them for as long as possible to give them the most possible exposure. The intern will have the opportunity to work in the field and office, as well as attend meetings with the regulatory agencies, contractors and consultants. More information is available in the description on the Boeing web site http://www.boeing.com/careers/collegecareers
The position requisition number is 14-1000721. It is listed as Intern – Environmental Remediation in the Interns and grads section of the Boeing website. . Interested students can post their resume through this website. The closing date for this is 2/5/2014. Their resume should include previous work experience, especially if related to environmental remediation. They should also include coursework related to environmental remediation such as hydrogeology, hydrology, environmental policy and regulations, and field work involving soil or water sampling.
I anticipate we will interview select candidates in Mid March.
The application for the 17th Annual UW Undergraduate Research Symposium is now open! The Symposium will be held on May 16, 2014 in Mary Gates Hall. Last year, more than 1,000 undergraduates participated.To learn more and start an application, visit the Undergraduate Research Symposium section of the URP website. All UW undergraduates involved in research are encouraged to apply. The application deadline is February 24, 2014.Interested students are also encouraged to attend one of our upcoming Symposium Info Sessions. When you are ready to apply, sign up for one of our Abstract Writing Workshops.Not yet involved in research? Volunteer or stop by on the day of the event to learn more about the research that UW undergrads are participating in, from projects in synthetic chemistry to new ideas in the realm of dance. If you have any questions, contact u
TEACH FOR AMERICA
Fourth Application Deadline: Friday, January 24
Learn how to apply and review the application timeline here.
Start your application here!
On-Campus Events this Quarter
|Teach For America Application Workshop
|Post-Grad Service Panel with Americorps, City Year, Peace Corps and Teach For America
What’s the advantage of applying to at the 1/24 deadline as opposed to the 2/20 deadline?
· Higher chances of being admitted to your top choice region
· More access to transitional funding
· More time to prepare for your future students (if you wait until the last deadline, you won’t confirm your offer to TFA until April 1 – that’s just about two months before you would have to leave for your induction!)
Teach For America is developing a movement of leaders who will help drive change at every level of our education system toward the goal of closing the opportunity gap in America.These leaders start their paths as corps members who teach for two years in urban and rural high-need communities and help students make the academic progress that expands their opportunities. Deeply affected by their teaching experience, our alumni continue to advocate for students and build lasting change in many different roles and fields.
The Basics and Benefits:
· All academic majors and backgrounds accepted.
· Regional placement is not random; applicants preference location in our 48 regions.
· All grade levels (preK-12) and subjects including ELL and SpEd.
· Salary ranging from $25,500-$51,000 a year with health insurance and retirement benefits.
· Possible Americorps Education Award of $11,100 and loan deferment/forbearance.
· Option to earn your certification and/or Masters in Education/teaching.
· Graduate school and employer partnerships for alum to continue their leadership and impact.
· DACA recipients are eligible to apply to TFA. Learn more here.
For additional information, explore our katherine.kleitsch.