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  Welcome to "Opportunities for UAS Students in Environmental Sciences and Geography.  This is a networking and publicizing tool for students, faculty, staff and employers.  We welcome postings for prospective events, seasonal and long term employment, internships, scholarships, and academic opportunities.  Tell your friends and send in submissions to be posted. Contact Sanjay Pyare spyare@alaska.edu or Eran Hood ewhood@alaska.edu to submit postings.

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Friday, April 20, 2018

Reminder: Social and Open Advising Event for ENVS and GEOG students

Hello everyone, just another reminder about the event today!

The Environmental Science Program will be hosting a social event for Environmental Science and Geography majors in Whitehead 101 today April 20th from 4-6 pm. Join us for pizza, drinks, and a chance to meet with faculty, staff, and fellow students.

This is also a great opportunity to hear about upcoming Fall ENVS and Geography courses and other environmental science happenings at UAS. Please feel free to bring friends who are interested in learning more about our programs. Hope to see you!

Tuesday, April 17, 2018

ENVS Social Event Friday April 20th 4-6 pm

Hello Everyone,

The Environmental Science Program will be hosting a social event for Environmental Science (ENVS) and Geography majors in Whitehead 101 this Friday April 20th from 4-6 pm. Join us for pizza, drinks, and a chance to meet with faculty, staff, and fellow ENVS and Geography students.

This is also a great opportunity to hear about upcoming Fall ENVS and Geography courses and other environmental science happenings at UAS. Please feel free to bring friends who are interested in learning more about our programs. Hope to see you Friday!

Thursday, April 12, 2018

GIS Intern at CBJ

 

CBJ GIS Intern Description
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Attached is a position description for a summer internship at the City with the Docks & Harbors Department.  CBJ is looking to hire an intern at the end of May or early June and needs them for two months to help with a GIS mapping project. The pay is $18.95 per hour. Interested students will need to complete a CBJ application (see info below).

Minimum Qualifications

Education:       Proof of enrollment at an accredited college or university.  The related coursework must show completion or enrollment at the 300 level appropriate to the job-training program.

Experience:     Some related work experience.

·         Interested students may contact Docks & Harbors directly via their main line: 586-0292

·         Here is a link to the application: https://cdn.juneau.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/CBJApplication-12.27.17.doc

 

Contact:

Sarah Cole

Sarah.Cole@juneau.org

Phone : 907-586-0228

 

Thursday, April 12, 2018

Updated List Serve and Summer Job Opportunity

Hello ENVS and GEOG students and faculty!

We are in the process of updating the UAS list serve. The list serve will be used to keep students and faculty up to date on course offerings, job opportunities, and social events.

To start off here is a cool summer job opportunity with Geotemps. 

 

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 Look for more emails in the coming week about additional job opportunities and an upcoming social event on campus.

Thursday, February 16, 2017

Students Interns - GIS Mapping and GPS - City and Borough of Juneau

The City and Borough of Juneau (CBJ) is looking for university students interested in applying for a summer intern position. The position will be administered through the Public Works, Streets & Fleet Maintenance Division and will involve the GNSS measurement of various CBJ assets such as streets signs, curb drains, drainage culverts, light poles, etc. These GNSS data will be incorporated into the CBJ’s GIS. Supervision of field work and technical assistance will be provided by the CBJ’s GIS Department.

 

Qualifications:

  • Applicants must be actively enrolled as full-time students in a degree program.

  • Students must be familiar with and have experience using GNSS mapping grade equipment.

  • Must have a current Alaska State driver’s license and a safe driving

 

Specific Job Description

Various CBJ owned assets will be measured utilizing a Trimble GeoXT 6000 GNSS collection unit. The desired precisions for this project are sub-meter. Data collect will provide  X,Y, and Z coordinates that will be post-processed utilizing Trimble Pathfinder software, and then exported to shapefile format suitable for integration to ESRI ArcMap 10.1 and, ultimately, to the CBJ’s GIS.

Driving, frequently getting in and out of a vehicle, and reporting weekly to the MIS Department for data delivery are required.  Work will be outdoors and students must be prepared for inclement weather conditions including but not limited to wind, rain, and sleet.  Many locations will involve working in a high vehicular traffic environment. Use of high visibility safety vests is compulsory. It is preferred/required students work in teams of two for safety reasons.

It is expected that two full-time 37.5 hour positions will be available for the 2017 summer.  Pay rate is $16.64 per hour. Intern positions are expected to terminate in late August or early September, but hours still may be available after the 2017 fall semester begins.

Interested students should contact Gary Vetesy Gary.Vetesy@juneau.org for more information.

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