Please share these 2 items with students, colleagues, and other networks:
See attached for an excellent fieldwork opportunity available this summer in Olympia with WSDOT. They hire 16-20 interns, so chances are good that people who apply will be chosen. Non-students may apply.
Please spread the word that Evergreen is hosting a Power Dialog event on 4/4/16. Meet with state officials who are helping to guide carbon policy, hear about their plans first hand, and ask hard questions about how far the state can go toward decarbonizing our economy. Find out what impact these policies will have on economic inequality and social justice. On hand will be Sarah Rees from the Department of Ecology and Tony Usibelli from the Department of Commerce—and students from colleges and universities around the state. Join us! Power Dialog is a national event happening at campuses all over the country on April 4.
Evergreen's Power Dialog website: http://www.evergreen.edu/mes/powerdialog
RSVP on facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/events/209590629407168/
Gail Wootan, M.Ed.
Assistant Director, Graduate Program on the Environmenthttp://www.evergreen.edu/mes/
The Evergreen State College
Lab 1, Room 3022 | 2700 Evergreen Parkway NW
Olympia, WA 98505
360-867-6225 (p) | 360-867-5430 (f)
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Request an MES Brochurehttp://www.evergreen.edu/mes/requestform.htm
From: Littauer, Doug [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
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Subject: 2016 WSDOT Wetland Ecology and Monitoring Techniques Internship Flyer