UW Sustainability has an open student position for a Green Certification Intern. Please refer to the job listing:
HDC is the nonprofit membership association dedicated to fulfilling our vision that all people live with dignity in safe, healthy, and affordable homes within communities of opportunity.
I’m reaching out to you to introduce or, perhaps, re-introduce our organization and our upcoming internship opportunity for students of color looking to work in the affordable housing sector. HDC’s internship program is a 9-month paid internship designed to recruit, train, and retain racially and socio-economically diverse students into the affordable housing sector.
Priority is given to students enrolled in the Fall 2019 academic quarter (2019-2020), and who are entering their last year of undergraduate or graduate studies. Additionally, students who have a background, or are majoring in the following, are strongly encouraged to apply as these skills will be essential to success in this program: Real Estate Development, Urban Planning, Construction Management, and/or related.
The internship consists of three pillars to fully engage and support the prospective intern. The first is the intern, the second is Program Administrator, HDC, and finally the third is the Host Agency which includes our member organization where the intern will be placed.
Attached you’ll find the application packet for the internship program for you to review. The deadline to apply for the internship is June 28th,2019. Additionally, I would be happy to do an in-person meeting or a meeting over the phone to discuss this opportunity further.
Want to spend your summer building skills that will help you launch your career, while working on urgent issues you care about like protecting the environment and our public health, and making good money?
Find out more and apply at www.summerjobsthatmatter.org. We’ll be on your campus 4/29 – 5/1, call us at 1-800-75-EARTH to schedule an interview.
The Fund for the Public Interest is seeking hard-working individuals with a passion for social change to fill citizen outreach and Field Manager positions across the country this summer. We are hiring full-time staff, with leadership opportunities available, with offices in over 25 cities across the country this summer, to work on issues like stopping plastic pollution, or getting pesticides out of our food supply.
Get experience with the leadership and communication skills and connections needed to launch your career
- Educate and engage citizens on pressing issues
- Build membership and raise money for environmental and social change groups
- Earn an average of $6,000-$8,000 this summer
To apply online, visit: www.summerjobsthatmatter.org or call us directly at 1-800-75-EARTH!
We are also hiring for career positions for college graduates. To apply online, visit www.fundjobs.org!
The success of our company depends on the success of our people. That’s why developing people is a critical focus area on our company vision.
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Kishi Bashi’s film crew is looking to hire some Seattle people to work on Omoiyari. Please circulate to anyone you think might be interested. Thanks!
Feature Documentary currently starting post-production in Seattle is in need of Assistant Editors. Duties will include sorting and organizing footage, managing data and backups, creating assets for editors, syncing audio and general edit room assistance.
Documentary experience preferred but not required. Project is cutting in Adobe Premiere. Documentary rates, but can be negotiated based on experience.
Post production runs from November 2018 through July 2019.
Please send resume’s and reels (if applicable) to JJ Gerber –
The Bean Basket is a small, volunteer run bulk foods storefront in HUB 131K that aims to make sustainably and ethically sourced foods more accessible for students. The business opened at the end of the 2016-2017 school year and we are currently trying to stabilize our volunteer base and our inventory tracking.
The first position we’re offering is a Bean Basket Lead for volunteer coordination.
The second position is a Bean Basket Operations Lead for students looking for experience running small businesses.
The descriptions of both positions are attached!
Thank you for your time.
Emma D’Orazio | Student Food Cooperative External Manager
For internal affairs contact: Cat Ratajczak at email@example.com
HUB 131J | (206) 543-8997
We’ve been invited to deliver some after school programing at a private school in Bellevue and are looking to hire a teaching artist. In addition to covering an introduction to architecture, urban planning, and design, the school would like the project to focus on light rail. Do you know of anyone within your network or have access to a list of people that might be interested in this kind of role?
The position is only at one site, Open Windows in Bellevue, and only a couple of hours a week, so it’s very part time. The job announcement is posted here: https://seattlearchitecture.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/2018-Winter-OST-SAF-Teacher_Description.pdf
If you have any suggestions of where we might be able to share this info and get some interested people please let us know.
Kim Owens | Program Director
Seattle Architecture Foundation
@ The Center for Architecture and Design
1010 Western Ave, Seattle, WA 98104
In spring 2019, the CapAsia group intends to explore and carry out planning and building projects in Thailand and Laos, with a possible stopover elsewhere in Asia. The program is led by Professors Nihal Perera and Tim Gray, possibly joined by Profs. Olon Dotson and Wes Janz.
CapAsia is a nationally and internationally recognized, unique field-semester (11 weeks in the field). The participants truly immerse in the socially, culturally, and historically different Asia and learn by doing collaborative projects with leading universities in the region. As you learn about Asian cultures (by doing projects), make local friends, and help communities achieve higher quality of life on their own terms, this life-changing experience will help you consciously situate yourself in today’s changing world. CapAsia has received several national and international awards, and the directors were nominated for two national awards. It is open to students in American universities interested in society, culture, and space.
It is affordable and definitely worth the money. The program fee $7,200 will cover long-distance travel and lodging costs. The rest, cost of food and daily travel, is minimal. In addition, students pay tuition fees at Ball State’s rate and transfer credits. You are eligible to use most scholarships and financial aid.
If interested, please contact the program director, Nihal Perera (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- The foundation awards scholarships for leadership, public service, and commitment to issues related to Native American nations or to the environment. Last year, two UW students were awarded this scholarship!
- The Udall Foundation anticipates awarding 50 scholarships of up to $7,000 each.
- Sophomore and junior level students can apply for the Udall Undergraduate Scholarship.
- Open to U.S. citizen students. (Tribal enrollment required for students applying under the Native American categories).
· Apply for nomination for the Udall award online at https://expo.uw.edu/expo/apply/482.
- Deadline: November 28th
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