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CPOP Seasonal Job Opportunities with CNLM

The South Sound Program of the Center for Natural Lands Management based in Olympia, Washington is currently reviewing applicants for the following seasonal positions:

Prairie Science Technician – Prairie Monitor (Joint Base Lewis-McChord program)
Restoration Technician (JBLM program)
Restoration Specialist (JBLM program)
Avian Field Technician (Avian Science Program)

Please visit the following link for detailed information about each position, and application instructions if interested:
http://cnlm.wpengine.com/donate-get-involved/opportunities/ 

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Exploration Seminar for SEF Students

Urban Development and Human and Ecological Health in the Amazon Rainforest
August 17-September 14, 2019
Applications Due Feb 15 — Scholarships available through the application
Students will spend 2 weeks in the Amazon Rainforest and 2 weeks in the city of Iquitos, Peru to learn from health professionals, ecologists, and landscape architects about the impact urbanization has on health and ecosystems in this region using interdisciplinary approaches. 

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PNW IPC EDRR Outreach Coordinator Position

Position Description
Position Title:
Early Detection Rapid Response (EDRR) Program Outreach Coordinator –
Reports to:
PNW IPC Coordinator / PNW IPC Board
Organizational Summary: The mission of the PNW IPC is to protect the Pacific Northwest’s land and waters from ecologically-damaging invasive plants through scientific research, education, policy and an on-the-ground citizen science monitoring and eradication program. 

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Missing Maps service project for the MLK Day of Service, Sunday Jan 20th 1pm Anderson 207 Forest Club Room

Please join us for our annual Missing Maps service project for the MLK Day of Service, to honor Dr. King’s life and legacy of compassion and service.
https://www.missingmaps.org/
The Red Cross needs maps to find and aid people affected by natural disasters (like Hurricane Irma) or diseases (such as Malaria or Ebola). 

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Join the Next Generation of national park stewards!

The Future Park Leaders of Emerging Change (FPL) is sponsored and managed by the National Park Service (NPS) and the University of Washington College of the Environment. The FPL programsupports paid internships to highly accomplished undergraduate and graduate students to work in national parks for about 12 weeks on projects in environmental and climate change research, interpretation, park operations, policy development, and other fields.FPL interns connect with park resources, gain experience, and build leadership skills that prepare them to take on the challenges of the future. 

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