Maybe you are struggling to find an internship this summer, but have you tried searching all over the world?
It is kind of a fascinating idea and the programs they are linking with at UW Study Abroad historically have had some great ESRM type options.
I am reaching out on behalf of the Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies to let students know about 2 opportunities that are currently open for students to apply.
The Building A Movement (BAM) Labor Internship is a paid internship program that connects undergraduate students at the University of Washington with the local labor movement, through partnerships with community organizations engaged with this work on a variety of levels.Read more
Spring 2021 Labor Studies Courses
Register Now – Spots Remain Open, But They Are Going Fast!
POL S 334 A: Violence, Exploitation & Exclusion in U.S. Labor Markets
Instructor: Rebecca Thorpe
From racial capitalism to caring labor, students will study how racial, ethnic, gendered and geographic hierarchies create and fortify categories of citizenship and belonging, and how labor is a site of struggle, resistance and solidarity.
The class will be particularly helpful for first year and/or transfer students to get started out with tips and tools to make the most out of their time at UW! It is also great for seniors as they prepare to graduate and enter the workforce!Read more
Dear student interested in mathematics,
The Washington Directed Reading Program (WDRP) is a new initiative from the Mathematics Department, which launched in Fall 2018. WDRP is modeled after successful Directed Reading Programs (DRPs) at other universities around the country.
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Iceland: Renewable Energy Innovation and Sustainability
SDG goals #7: Affordable and Clean Energy & 13: Climate Action
Discover the successes and challenges of a country that sources nearly 100% of its energy from renewable energy while adventuring through Iceland’s natural wonders.
Dear CSF Community,
The CSF Funding Cycle 3 deadline is extended! The Letter of Intent is now due April 1st and the Full Proposal is due May 1st! Apply Here
The Campus Sustainability Fund (CSF) is a student-run and student-funded grant program that financially supports transdisciplinary sustainability projects led by UW students.
Internships with Para La Tierra
Fundación Para La Tierra, an international award-winning (Rolex Awards, Nat Geo, Rufford, NAAEE, International Primatology Society etc.) research and conservation organization based in Paraguay, offers students professionally supervised internships and placements to help boost their career prospects while contributing to long-term conservation in Paraguay.
CEE 298 Special Topics: History of Civic Infrastructure (3cr, DIV and up to 4cr “W” credit available)
This course will explore design, construction and impact of large-scale infrastructure projects in the United States, from the 1800s to the present day.