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Jobs and Internships for MES Students & Alumni


Outside PNW

Online Course: Climate Governance – Sharing the European Experience, Florence School of Regulation

Job: Sustainability Coordinator, Utah Valley University (Orem, UT)

PhD: Evaluating sediment Delivery Impacts on Reservoirs in changing climate and society across scales and sectors, University of Innsbruck (Innsbruck, Austria)

Internship: Water Resources, Town of Gilbert (Gilbert, AZ)

Job: Social Science Analyst, USDA Forest Service (Riverside, CA)

Job: Campaign Director, Fund for the Public Interest (Berkeley, CA)

Job: Mid-Level Wildlife Biologist, Stillwater Sciences (Berkeley, CA)

Job: Landscape Research Analyst, The Wilderness Society (Bozeman, MT)

Grant: Supporting Women in Environmental Justice, Eileen Fisher

Webinar: The Ten Green Commandments of Laudato Si’

Scholarship: Peru and Ecuador Field Study Scholarships, Wildlands Studies

PhD: Sociological Approaches to Smart Homes and Renewable Energy, Aalborg University (Denmark)

Job: Archaeologist, Great Basin Institute (Zion National Park, UT)

Job: Communications Coordinator, National States Geographic Information Council (Work from home)

PhD: Civil Engineering – Water Management, National University of Ireland (Galway, Ireland)

PhD: Funded Research Assistantship in Hydrogeology, University of Nebraska (Lincoln, NE)

PhD: Valuation of Ecosystem Services, Hasselt University (Hasselt, Belgium)

Internship: WASH Intern, United Nations Children’s Fund (India)

Internship: Climate Policy Intern, Green Climate Fund (South Korea)

Webinar: Behavior Change for Nature – A Behavioral Science Toolkit for Practitioners

Webinar: The Future of Coal – The Economics and Politics of the German Coal Phase Out, Energy Future Exchange

PhD: Multiple Positions Available, Managed Aquifer Recharge Solutions Training Network (Multiple Locations, Europe)

PhD: Characterization of Grey Water Treatment in Constructed Wetlands, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research (Leipzig, Germany)

Online Conference: Co-creation and Climate Action. How people can have an impact on climate adaptation and mitigation?

Webinar: Bridging Science and Policy: Legal Perspectives, IWRA

Job: Environmental Studies Instructor, Eckerd College (St. Petersburg, FL)

Retreat: Sustainability Impact Accelerator and Professionals Retreat 2019, AASHE (Boulder, CO)

Call for Papers: Africa 2030 – Strengthening the Capacity of African Countries to Handle the Challenges of a Changing Environment (Nairobi, Kenya)

Webinar: Smart Sewers for Smart Cities – How Data-Mining Sewage Can Radically Improve Public Health And The Climate

Course: Culture Cannot Wait – Heritage for Peace and Resilience, International Centre for the Study of Preservation and Restoration of Culture (Rome, Italy)

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