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February 25 - March 1, 2013

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  • General Academic Information
  • Events and Speakers
  • Travel Opportunities
  • Student Organizations
  • Workshop/Activity Information
  • Scholarships
  • Employment Opportunities
    • Employment Websites
    • Graduate Positions
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General Academic Information

 

Student Success Center Hours

Welcome back to the College of Natural Resources!!! Stop by the CNR Student Success Center (180 TNR) for help with your semester. CNR Student Success Center (TNR 180) is open from 8 - 4:30 p.m. Mon. through Thurs, and 8:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. on Fri. If you need assistance please come to TNR 180.
 

Sue Kissinger's Walk-in Hours in the Student Success Center NEW

Mon, Feb. 25  from 1pm-3pm

Wed, Feb. 27  from 1pm-3pm

Thur, Feb. 28   from 1pm-3pm

Summer and Fall Timetables are now Available on the Web! NEW

Thank you to everyone who attended the CNR Career Fair! 47 employers and  over 300 CNR  students attended! NEW

      Door Prize Winners
          $50.00 UWSP Bookstore Gift Card- HAns Klopp
          $25 UWSP Bookstore Gift Card- Yoon Koo Jung
          CNR Custome Fleece Jacket- Matt Zangl
          CNR Baseball caps- Laura Porter, Nick Wood, and Josh Skattum
          Stop by 180 TNR to claim your prize!

 

 Treehaven/CWES Information and Employment Opportunities

       Those Who Qualify: Remember to Apply To Treehaven By 
       February 28th!  The Links to the Info Packet and Employment Options
       are Below.

         Summer Field Experience Info Packet  Deadline: Feb 28

         Teaching Assistant Application  Deadline: Feb 21

         Plant I.D. Teaching Assistant Deadline: Feb 21

         Treehaven Land Management Positions Deadline: Feb 28

Spring 2013 Resume Workshops

The information obtained from one of these sessions will enable you to write a rough draft of your resume. Several individual appointments will be necessary to refine your draft and develop a strategy for your job search, but this initial group session is necessary to get started.

- All sessions are identical in content, so students need to attend only one program.
- Participants should be prepared to take notes.
- Registration/Signup is NOT required!

Forestry Internship Meeting

Forestry Majors: Are you interested in receiving academic credit for an internship in forestry?  Are you interested in learning more about what is required of a work experience to be considered an internship?  If so, the forestry internship coordinators are able to help.  We will be having internship informational meetings in TNR 122 on March 11, 2013 at 7:00 pm. If you cannot make one of these meetings and are interested in learning the answer to the previous questions, please contact one of the forestry internship coordinators, Dr. James Cook or Dr. Melinda Vokoun.

Innovations in Sustainable Food Production

This course, offered at UW-Madison, is designed for students interested in sustainable fruit and vegetable production. Student will learn about innovative methods for fruit and vegetable production from organic and innovative conventional farmers as well as researchers. If interested in this unique course, click on the link above for more information!
 
 
 
 

​Events and Speakers

Earth Day Event- University of Wisconsin-Madison 

Explore connections between biological diversity and human cultures and examine preservation across the whole range of environmental contexts: from forests and oceans to cities and farms.

Graduate Seminar Presentations 

All faculty and students are invited to attend the presentations put on by the graduate students. 

The graduate students are doing some awesome work with topics ranging from microsatellite work to composting!

Presentations are Tuesday's from 4-5pm in TNR 122

2013 Wisconsin Waterfowl Hunters' Conference  

Wisconsin waterfowl hunters are invited to attend the Wisconsin Waterfowl Hunters’ Conference which will be held on March 16 & 17, 2013. This year will mark the 11th anniversary of the Conference and the Steering Committee has been working hard to make the Conference even better. The Conference was moved to a new location last year, the Plaza Hotel and Suites in Wausau and that is where it will be held this year. The meeting is open to anyone interested in waterfowl hunting; allows waterfowlers from around the state the opportunity to meet fellow hunters, management biologists and wardens; and to share questions, concerns, experiences and information that affect our waterfowl hunting heritage and future hunting opportunities.  Registration fees will be waved for student attendees that fill out this application. Registration includes the Conference, a ticket to the Waterfowl Hunters’ Party on Saturday evening, a noon lunch on Saturday and Sunday and a continental breakfast on Saturday and Sunday morning.

Completed applications should be turned into the Student Success Center Office TNR 180 by March 8th

Wisconsin Land and Water Conservation Association Annual Conference 

The Wisconsin Land and Water Conservation Association, Inc. (WLWCA) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization representing Wisconsin’s County Board Land Conservation Committees and Departments. Our Mission is “to serve Land and Water Conservation Committees and Departments to conserve and enhance Wisconsin's natural resources. The conference is being held at the Chula Vista Resort, Wisconsin Dells, March 11-13 2013.  This year we are offering student rates!

Wisconsin Bird Education Summit

          Wisconsin Bird Conservation Initiative Annual Meeting, March 22-23, 2013 – Wintergreen
          Resort, Wisconsin Dells, Just $50.00 for Two Days!

 Wisconsin Musky Expo 

           March 1-2-3, 2013, Patriot Center, Wausau. Tackle Manufacturers, Retailers, Resort Guides, 
           Factory Reps, Seminars by the industrys top anglers, Taxidermy, Media and More! 
           Daily Admission $8.00, 3-Day Pass $16.00, Children 12 and under FREE!

Making Connections-the 6th Wisconsin Citizen-Based Monitoring Conference NEW

           Friday April 5-Saturday April 6, 2013-Hotel Mead, Wisconsin Rapids, WI
           The Wisconsin Citizen-based Monitoring Coference is back by popular demand this spring
           after hiatus. We will meet for two days near the heart of Wisconsin's central plains in
           Wisconsin Rapids. The conference will include the annual Water Action Volunteer symposium and will 
           celebrate the launch of the Wisconsin Master Naturalisty porgram. Anyone interested in Monitoring
           animals, plants, water quality and other natural resources in Wisconsin should attend!

 

Travel Opportunities

Bobbi Kubish's Walk-in Hours in TNR 192 NEW

Bobbie Kubish will be on vacation the week of February 25-MArch1 and in Chicago on Recruitment March 4-6. She will return to the office March 7 but will be checking emails periodically while away. If you have an immediate question about study abroad, please contact the International Programs Office in CCC 108.

Sustainable Natural Resources and Community Development and Permaculture Design Certificate course plus internship opportunity, Nyumbani Village, Kenya-  NEW

WE NEED A FEW MORE STUDENTS! STILL ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS! We are offering a 3-week course and also internship opportunities at Nyumbani Village, Kenya from May 27- June 19, 2013!  The course will cover the Permaculture curriculum and students will receive a Permaculture Design Certificate at the end of the course, in addition to 3 credits.  Topics covered  include forestry and agroforestry, biofuels, water conservation, community and microenterprise development, animal husbandry, renewable resources, and many others.  The course is very hands-on oriented and includes over 100 hours of field activities including installing roof rainwater catchment systems, planting food forests and other agroforestry projects, designing and building an aquaponics system, and a diesel engine biofuel conversion.  Following completion of the course students will have the opportunity to volunteer for 3 months of service on longer term projects at Nyumbani Village or other community projects.  See attached document for application information.  Please contact Holly Petrillo (hpetrill@uwsp.edu, TNR 363) or Bobbi Kubish (TNR 192, bkubish@uwsp.edu) for questions or more information.  This course and internship is open to all students!  Please see attached flyer for more information. 

Bio 309 and Bio 498: Field Biology of the Pacific Coast and Great Basin Desert

A field ecology course designed to introduce the student to the Great Basin desert, Cascade forest, California redwood forest, and Pacific coastal intertidal and dune ecosystems.  Plants and communities will be a major emphasis and we will also cover animals in the intertidal pools, waterfowl, and have opportunities to see megafauna such as bear, elk, and sea mammals.  We will learn through active experiences: visits, on-site lectures and discussions, and formulating and testing research questions and hypotheses using experiments in small groups.  This is a camping trip emphasizing low land-use impact and responsible wilderness etiquette. Click here to view the syllabus.

Get out of Point next winter! Costa Rica Tropical Ecology is a once in a lifetime experience! NEW

Visit and view some of the most biologically diverse ecosystems in the world. Explore rain forests, cloud forests, active volcanoes, estuaries, coral reefs, magroves, dry tropical forests, beaches, banana and coffee plantations. Observe the incredible array of flora and fauna in this small, but diverse country. Identify several hundred species of birds. See holwer monekys, leatherback turtles, sloths, crocodiles, and more! Though details are still being determined, applications can be submitted. Click on the flyer for more information or visit TNR 192 for more information.

The U.S. Student Fullbright Program: Grants for Study, Research or Teaching Assistantship Abroad for 2013-14 NEW

Campus Deadline: 1 October 2013- The Fullbright Program is a great opportunity for recent graduates to research, study or participate in a teaaching assisstantship but the application process should start while you are still an undergraduate! Contact UWSP International Programs if you are sonidering the Fullbright Program. Email: intlprog@uwsp.edu. Phone: 715-346-2717 and visit their website for more information at http://www.uwsp.edu/studyabroad/pages/fullbright.aspx (Note: for most grants, applicants who have had extensive previous foreign experience in the country of application are at a DISadvantage, but are not necessarily disqualified for that reason). 

Scholarships for Studying Abroad

Need money to travel abroad? Check out the scholarship section on the UWSP International Programs page for MANY search engines and opportunities.  http://www.uwsp.edu/studyabroad/Pages/scholarship.aspx

Phi Kappa Phi Scholarship for International Study

Phi Kappa Phi Study Abroad Grants are designed to help support undergraduate members as they seek knowledge and experience in their academic fields by studying abroad. Fifty $1,000 grants are awarded each year.
Visit the page for scholarship details: http://www.phikappaphi.org/Web/Awards/Study_Abroad.html

Global Health, Environment, and Culture in Indonesia- Northern Illinois University 

 

International Careers interest you?

Consider a minor in International Resources Management through the CNR. Speak with Dr. Holly Petrillo (TNR 363) or Bobbi Kubish (TNR 192) for more information.
International program questions? Interested in traveling abroad through college but not sure where?Interested in Learning a Foreign Language? NEW
Visit Bobbi Kubish, CNR International Programs Coordinator in TNR 192; email: bkubish@uwsp.edu or phone: 715-346-3831. Also, you are welcome to check out books on international job and volunteer opportunities or learn about Peace Corps opportunities.You can also learn languages with Rosetta Stone. Spanish and German levels 1, 2, 3 are available for CNR majors through the UWSP network. Talk to Bobbi Kubish, TNR 192 for more information. NOTE: Priority goes to CNR students studying abroad to countries with those languages. (e.g. Spanish: Costa Rica and Mexico/Belize winterims; German: Paper Science and Engineering dual degree students and CNR European Seminar Students). Also available on disc are Polish, Chinese, Swahili, Zulu, German.

Student Organizations

Animal Behavior Club (ABC)

This week Dr. Zani spoke to our club about his research.  Our next meeting is on February 20th at 6pm in TNR 170 and REGI will be coming to speak to us.

American Fisheries Society (AFS)

Dr. T. Douglas Beard, the Director of USGS National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center will be speaking at the Fisheries Society meeting on Wednesday, February, 6 at 5:00pm  in TNR 170. His talk is titled "From Process to Function, Evolution of a Fisheries Biologist".  Anyone is welcome to attend!

American Water Resources Association (AWRA)

Do you love to go swimming, fishing, or canoeing? Do you have an interest for protecting water quality? Do you enjoy educating children and members in the community about water protection? Or do you just have an interest in water overall? Well then AWRA is the club for you! Come check us out every Tuesdays at 5 p.m. in TNR 252.
 
Grounwater Model Project is now HIRING! 
The Groundwater Model Project is a student run organization affliated with the Student Chapter of the American Water Resources Association (AWRA). Employees construct and package the groundwater models, which are shipped to customers across the country. Employees work independently and choose their own hours (we prefer 10-20 hours per week). Funds generated by the sale of groundwater models are used to benefit AWRA members by funding projects and conference registration fees, so AWRA members and water majors are usually given first priority. Email Hayley Templar (htemp345@uwsp.edu) for an application or any questions about the position or Groundwater Model Project. Applications are due by the end of the day, Friday March 1st, 2013.
 

Environmental Educators and Naturalists Association (EENA) 

Are you excited about nature and passionate about teaching others what you've learned? Then EENA is the organization for you! As the student chapter of the National Association for Interpretation (NAI), we offer extensive opportunities to volunteer in the field of Environmental Education. All majors are welcome! Meetings are held at 6 p.m. Tuesdays in the Wisconsin Center for Environmental Education (WCEE) on the fourth floor of the library. We hope to see you there!

Fire Crew

We have weekly meetings on Thursdays in TNR 120 at 6 p.m. The Fire Crew is always looking for new members so even if you're not sure what we're all about, stop by to a meeting and talk with a few of the members or officers and join in the fun!!!  

Herpetology Society 

Interested in the chance to get hands experience in animal husbandry, education shows, lab research and field collection? As a member of the herpetology Society you can volunteer to work with our live animal collection. The Herpetology Society meets on Mondays at 6PM in TNR 352

Izaak Walton League

We're a diverse group of  men and women dedicated to protecting our nation's soil, air, woods, waters and wildlife. Our strength lies in our grassroots, commonsense approach to solving local, regional and national conservation issues. Our interests span the spectrum of outdoor recreation and conservation activities, from angling and birding to stream monitoring, wildlife photography and hunting. But we all share one major goal: to protect and use sustainably America's rich resources to ensure a high quality of life for all people, now and in the future.  

So please come join us! We have Bi-weekly meetings on Wednesdays at 5 pm in TNR 372

Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources and Related Sciences (MANRRS) NEW

The first meeting of the semester was held this past week featuring an informative webinar with a student ambassador from the U.S. Department of the Interior. This week we will be having a homemade granola sale on Tuesday, 10-2 and Thursday, 10-2 in the TNR west lobby. Our meeting this week will feature an interesting documentary on America’s national parks with a discussion to follow. MANRRS holds meetings every Wednesday, 6-7pm in TNR 255. Come experience a diverse group of people!
 
MANRRS is a national society that provides academic and professional development opportunities, along with student support, for diversity students majoring with the sciences.
 
Check out our student website, http://stuorgs.uwsp.edu/manrrs, to stay updated on the meetings and upcoming events!
 
“We know power is work over time, that strength is endurance over time. So I endured a lot of obstacles, but at the same time I created strength and vision and wisdom and endurance."—Aziza Baccouche

Student Society of Arboriculture

We are a club of students who have an interest in Urban Forestry and related topics such as resource management, land use and public relations. Managing resources in an urban environment although difficult, can be very rewarding in that the amount of people impacted is generally much higher than other fields. If you have an interest in learning how to improve resource issues in cities, the human ecosystem all while protecting native rural forests through accepted urban management techniques and policies, come check us out on Mondays at 6 p.m. in TNR 320.
 
The Society of American Foresters (SAF) is one of the largest student organizations at UW-Stevens Point and one of the most active. We are aimed at getting undergraduates valuable experience.  Membership in our society gives access to professionals and it's a lot of fun! Join us at our meetings and our upcoming events.
Our weekly meetings are held every Thursday at 5:00 PM in TNR 120.
 
Currently our members are actively participating in many different programs provided by the society, such as tours of logging and silviculture operations, local community outreach and education, attending professional conferences, and skill workshops to enhance their abilities as foresters and to prepare for the Basic Skills Exam and other classroom work.
 
Taking FOR 232, need a refresher for the basic skills exam, or just want to walk around with people who love trees? Attend a Tree Walk! Stop by the office or check the minutes on our website for times and dates.
 
Interested in throwing axes, underhand chop, or crosscut sawing?! Well you are in luck, because we have a Woodland Sports team! Come join us anytime we are practicing. Official dates and times TBA in weekly meeting. You do not need to make it to every practice or even stay for the whole practice, just come on out and have some fun with the Mid-Western Foresters Conclave Championship Team.
 
Have comments or questions? Email us at saf@uwsp.edu or stop by the office in room TNR 361.
UWSP SAF Website: http://stuorgs.uwsp.edu/saf
  

Society for Ecological Restoration (SER)

SER is a hands-on student organization dedicated to promoting, performing and learning more about ecological restoration both on and off campus. We manage a plot in Schmeeckle Reserve, create and restore Karner Blue Butterfly habitat, take field trips to local restoration projects, work in the greenhouse, sponsor speakers on campus, practice techniques of ecological restoration and more! Spring semester is always busy for us as we'll have events to plan, places to visit, hands to get dirty and a swell time to be had by all! Meetings are held Wed. at 5 p.m. in TNR 240. Stop by or contact Sam Bussan at sbuss759@uwsp.edu
 
The Soil and Water Conservation Society is a student organization promoting, you guessed it, the conservation and sustainable use of soil and water resources. We have fun, too! Come to our meetings at 5 pm Thursdays in TNR 255.
 
Horicon Marsh research is in full swing. Contact Mary Brandt for more information on this project. We will begin testing cores next week.
 
Dr. Kraft will be presenting on groundwater at our March 14 meeting.
 
If you want to receive updates and meeting minutes, contact the Secretary (Anna.G.Radke@uwsp.edu)

Student Impact (CRU)

Student Impact (CRU) is sponsoring a co-ed Bible study for interested natural resources students on Monday nights at 8 p.m. in TNR 372. Our studies usually last an hour, but we have the room until 10:00 p.m. Contact Brian Jackson at Brian.M.Jackson@uwsp.edu for details.

Student Law Enforcement Association (SLEA)

The Student Law Enforcement Association, or SLEA, was started in 1998 to promote the environmental law enforcement minor at UWSP. Today, SLEA provides opportunities for students interested in all kinds of law enforcement, from conservation wardens to federal agents to sheriff's deputies. SLEA meets every Monday at 6 p.m. in TNR 170.
 
If you're interested in joining or learning more, come to one of our events or e-mail Chris Bartelt at cbart232@uswp.edu.   

Students for Sustainable Communities 

We will be hanging up posters for the Coffee Fair and Black Gold movie showings on February 22 and 23.
 
Please stop by to check out some of the many projects ahead including new recycled-recycle bins, Slumlord Awards, and American Planning Association conferences!
If  you have any questions contact us a ssc@uwsp.edu

Students for Wetland Awareness, Management and Protection (SWAMP) 

We meet Mondays at 5 p.m. in TNR 255. SWAMP was 2011-2012’s “New Student Organization of the Year.” Our club includes students from all CNR disciplines working together to protect and enjoy the land and resources we love. We have many research and volunteer opportunities along with club activities for you to get involved with. Our goal is to get out of the classroom as much as possible to provide you with relevant hands-on experience.
 
Get involved with the Horicon project, collecting and analyzing soil cores in the beautiful Horicon Marsh!!! Come to next week's meeting for more details.

Waste Management Society

Hello Waste Majors! We have a student ran organization here on campus just focused on waste management, called Waste Management Society (WMS). WMS provides our campus and surrounding community with services to manage various types of waste in an environmentally friendly way. We are always looking for new members to help bring new ideas about how we can accomplish bigger and better things. If being a member of this student organization interests you, please join us on Wednesdays at 5 p.m. in the Waste Education building. We will be talking about upcoming projects in store for our organization as well as listen to students present on their experience at the recent solid waste and waste water conferences. Hope to see you there!"

Wildlife Society (TWS) NEW

The next meeting is on Tuesday, February 26 at 5:00pm in TNR 170. Don't miss out on our speaker for the week: Bob Nack, the director of the state game farm, and Poynette Area Wildlife supervisor, will be talking about pheasants in Wisconsin. Come one, come all!
 
By the way, you should check out our website (http://stuorgs.uwsp.edu/wildsoc/pages/home.aspx) and like our Facebook page to stay even more updated on TWS activities!
 

Wisconsin Camps NEW

Hey Everyone!
Our next meeting is on February 26 at 5:30p.m. outside our office (DUC 068) and we will be learning about how to supervise your peers! Whether you're in a position of higher authority or not, this is a great opportunity for all!
Did you miss the Summer Camp Job and Recreation Fair? Come stop down at our office DUC 068 while our office is open and come check out what some employers left for you!
 

If you are interested in the group or would like to join and receive e-mails, please send an e-mail to wicamps@uwsp.edu

Women in Natural Resources (WiNR) NEW

 
We hope everyone is having a great start to their Spring semester! Are you looking to be more involved than ever this year?  How about joining Women in Natural Resources!
 
WiNR is a student organization in the College of Natural Resources that encourages awareness and participation of women in natural resource careers. We invite speakers to address such issues as professional opportunities, educational opportunities, educational information, and a general exchange of ideas. We also organize a variety of recreational and community service activities throughout the semester. Membership is only $3 a semester or $5 a year.
 
Order your WiNR Apparel! Order forms will be in the Student Success Center (TNR 180) for your convenience.
Fill out the form and return with payment back to the SSC (TNR 180). All order will be due by the end of March 4. 
 
Our next up-coming events are:
 
There are two sign-up sheets for Timbersports w/SAF on Monday, March 18 from 5-7 and a Trip to the Aldo Leopold Center Saturday, April 20. If you are interested in either one of these events, please contact Kristina (email below)
How To Survive Treehaven and Europe: Monday, March 4th @ 6pm, TNR 354. Come learn from past Summer Session student about the extra things you may need for Treehaven/Europe. All are WELCOME!
Rock climbing at the HEC- Monday, March 11 6-8:30

If you have any questions about WiNR or have program suggestions, contact Kristina Borgstrom (
kborg766@uwsp.com) or Molly O'Grady (mogra333@uwsp.edu).
 
 
Look for student organization meeting times here: UWSP College of Natural Resources - Student Organizations, and in next week's reporter for more opportunities to get involved right away!
   

Workshop and Activity Information

 

Minnesota Wildfire Academy 

In partnership with MNICS:Minnesota Incident Command System, the Advanced Minnesota Fire Training  Program will be hosting the 13th annual Minnesota Wildfire Academy from June 3-7.

Become a Wildland Firefighter

Want to gain access to excellent summer jobs across the United States? Interested in working for the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources on Fire Suppression? Sign up for the UWSP Fire Crew’s Spring Fire Class!

USDA Student and Recent Graduates Program Outreach Webinar Series 

The info webinar is aimed at people who are looking for appointments through Pathways (students, recent grads, and their advisors).  Qualifications for Pathways and Opportunities will be discussed.  Students interested in working for USDA are strongly encouraged to attend the webinar.

We offer a wide range of services including, rental equipment, retail, skills clinics and adventure trips. Click here to see the list of trips planned for the semester! Whether you are joining us on one of our exciting adventures or planning
your own wilderness adventure we are here for you! Let us provide you with the necessary equipment and know-how
 to make your trip a success. We have loads of brand new equipment for the 2011-2012 school year including two new tripping kayaks and a stand up paddle board! Come on in and be one of the first to test drive this new gear! Outdoor Edventures is located in the lower level of the Allen Center. Click on the link above to see a list of the weekly
promotions at Outdoor Edventures.

Employment Opportunities

 
* For job descriptions and application process, click on title of job (it will link you to a PDF)

Going Global Newsletter

“Expand your horizons…your career…your future.” UWSP Career Services Office offers many terrific resources, including the Going Global online newsletter for students, faculty, and staff to read. Learn more about international opportunities, including travel and careers. You will be able to access the newsletter with other valuable resources at the following link: http://www.uwsp.edu/career/Pages/default.aspx. UWSP username and password required for access.
 

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY WEBSITES

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
    
 
 
 Current Jobs Posted:
Fisheries Internships
    
 
Current Jobs Posted:
Various Forest Tech Positions
NRCS Trainee, Iowa
Student Internship with USDA, Kansas
Student Internship with USDA, Montana
Timber Sale Prep Postions
Visitor Services Information Assistants
Bio Science Tech (Fish)
Bio Science Tech (Plants)
Bio Science Tech (Wilderness)
Archeological Internship
Maintence Worker Positions
Various Fire Positions

WILDLIFE AND FISHERIES  

 
 
 
 
Zoo Intern - Marshfield, WI Deadline: Feb. 28
 
Freshwater Mussel Intern - Missouri Department of Conservation Deadline: Feb. 22
 
Wildlife Bio DIFWME Deadline: March 1
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Fish Field Research Tech, WI Deadline March 31 NEW
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Waterfowl Tech, Delta Waterfowl Foundation - ND and Manitoba
 
 
 
 
 
 
Questions about Water and Fisheries Internships? Click here for all the answers!

FORESTRY    

Intern Forestry, Wyoming Deadline: Feb 22
 
CLC Forester Position Deadline: FEb 24
 
 
DNR Forest Tax Field Specialist Deadline: Feb 25 NEW
 
 
 
Forester - Whitelake, WI Deadline: Feb. 28
 
 
 
 
Fuels Crew Kaibab Deadline: March 1
 
 
 
US Forestry Tech Research Deadline: Marh 4th
 
 
 
 
Seasonal Forester Positions AU Train MI Interviews March 5- Sign-up with Dr. Vokoun NEW
 
 
Forestry Timber-Oneida,WI  Deadline: March 8th
 
 
Fire Positions Everrt, WA Deadline: March 11 NEW
 
LTE Forest Tech Jackson Co. Deadline:March 13
 
Forestry Tech Plumas Deadline: March 14
 
Flagstaff Fuel Crew Deadline March 15 NEW
 
 
Texas A&M Staff Forester Positions Deadline: Open Till Filled
 
 
 
 
Parks and Rec Forestry Worker Deadline March 31 NEW
 
Parks and Rec Forestry AD Deadline March 31 NEW
 
Forester - Winter, WI Deadline: April 5
 
Forest Tech - CO State Forest Deadline: April 15
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Temporary Forestry Positions, U.S. Forest Service - Umpqua National Forest
 
 
 
 
Fire Management Positions - Ignacio, CO  
 
Temporary Forest Recreation Tech - Olympic National Forest
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  
 
 
 
Forestry Majors:
 
Minnesota DNR has summer internship positions.  A representative will be at the Career Fair next week as well as on campus conducting interviews on campus.  There is a sign-up sheet for interviews occurring on Friday, February 22, 2013 is located outside of Dr. Vokoun’ s office (TNR 376).  Interviews will take place in TNR 100H in the morning and in TNR 372 in the afternoon. Deadline: Feb 24th
 

Forestry Internship Meeting

Forestry Majors: Are you interested in receiving academic credit for an internship in forestry?  Are you interested in learning more about what is required of a work experience to be considered an internship?  If so, the forestry internship coordinators are able to help.  We will be having internship informational meeting in TNR 122 on Monday, March 11, 2013 at 7:00 pm.  If you are not able to attend the metting and interested in learning the answer to the previous questions, please contact one of the forestry internship coordinators, Dr. James Cook or Dr. Melinda Vokoun.

 

ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION AND OUTREACH

 
  
 
 
 
Environmental Education Internships Hartley Nature Center, Duluth MN
 

CONSERVATION/MISCELLANEOUS 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
DNR AWaRe Program Manager Deadline: Feb 25 NEW
 
DNR Storm Water Engineer Deadline: Feb 25 NEW
 
Rec Resource Management Deadline Feb 27
 
LUMCON REU - Cocodrie, LA Deadline: Feb. 28
 
  
 
Ranger - Aspen, CO Deadline: March 1
 
Lands Program Manager  Co and NM Deadline: March 1 NEW
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Lands Program Manager NV Deadline March 6 NEW
 
 
 
Archaeological Tech, PA Deadline: March 8
 
Heavy Equipment Operator Deadline: March 8 
 
 
Facility Repair Worker Deadline March 8
 
 
Intern Ozaukee Water Management Deadline: March 11 NEW
 
 
Wetland Monitoring Deadline March 12
 
Red Rock Rec Techs Deadline(s): March 18 and April 1
 
 
REU Southern IL Deadline March 15
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
DNR Research Hydrologist Deadline: March 21 NEW
 
 
 
 
 
 
  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

GRADUATE POSITIONS

 
  
 
 

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