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Are you planning a career in the “green job” industry or thinking about switching your career to something in the environmental field? Learn what’s important to employers when they’re hiring new staff and find out if you’re on the right track academically and professionally to get yourself there.
Jill Rand is UW-Bothell’s Internship Coordinator, where she is working with students, faculty and employers to increase the internship opportunities available to students and deepen the impacts internships have on students’ learning and career objectives. She comes to UWB from the Seattle campus where she was the College of the Environment’s Graduate Student Services & Diversity Specialist since 2012. Prior to joining UW, she developed and managed a graduate fellowship program at Environmental Defense Fund that worked to build the business case for energy efficiency in the public sector with a particular focus on the region’s minority-serving institutions. Jill has a Bachelor of Science in Wildlife Ecology from the University of Wisconsin and a Master of Environmental Management from Duke University.
All participants receive 10% off Farm Market purchases the week following the Tuesday at 21 event. For more information or to “make your pitch” for a Tuesdays at 21 presentation, call 425-481-1500 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The 21 Acres Center for Local Food and Sustainable Living is a nonprofit sustainable agriculture learning center and inspires action to solve climate challenges by learning as a community to grow, eat and live sustainably.
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