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They are in desperate need of consistent student support at the Vaccination POD who can work 4 hour shifts.
They are in urgent need of some additional Scribes for the vaccination POD at UA’s Tucson campus, starting tomorrow 25th February and ongoing from there. They are particularly in need of individuals to assist for 3pm-11pm (evening shift) on weekdays, and on weekends between 9am - 4pm (day shift) and 3pm – 11pm (evening shift).
The Scribes partner with a vaccinator and complete the medical documentation for each inoculation in the VMS system on an iPad. Training will be provided.
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Position Description: Lab Volunteer/Lab Assistant
Contact Person: Dr. Sadhana Ravishankar
Purpose of Position: To assist researchers with their lab work and gain research laboratory experience in microbiology and food safety.
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Environmental education program seeks dynamic, responsible presenters to conduct elementary, middle, and high school programs on topics including water conservation, recycling, energy efficiency, renewable energy, and electrical safety. Presenters will be trained for in-person classroom presentations, as well as live web presentations (via Zoom or other platforms). Pay rates vary based on number of presentations conducted per day. Average hourly range approximately $25-30/hr.
May 17th 2021 or until filled
Phys-Fest 3 will be an immersive training workshop for graduate students and post-docs focused on plant eco-physiology. Our goal is to promote a collaborative learning environment focused on learning new techniques and networking among plant eco-physiologists. PhysFest 3 will be hosted at the Colorado State University Mountain Campus (CSU-MC), which is situated within a high-elevation parkland (Pingree Park) ~53 miles west of Fort Collins, CO.
Students will work as teams in coordinated sampling campaigns to collect eco-physiological data in four distinct research areas:
The Arizona Game and Fish Department offers paid summer internship opportunities in cooperation with participating college and universities. This is an excellent opportunity for students interested in gaining hands on practical work experience while working with a diverse group of professionals in the fields of wildlife science, biological science, wildlife management, and many other professions within the Department.
Borderlands Restoration Network seeks dynamic leaders to facilitate the training of groups of 10 youth interns, ages 15-20, as part of the Borderlands Earth Care Youth (BECY) Institute. Educational Facilitators will work directly with BECY Institute interns four days per week to train the next generation of land stewards, provide marketable job skills on actual restoration projects, and educate tomorrow’s conservation leaders about the issues that surround complete habitat restoration.
Friends of the Sonoran Desert (FSD) is pleased to announce our new student internship program. Internships will be awarded to students who have the skills and training to facilitate our mission to protect and conserve the Sonoran Desert. In 2021, we would like to hire one intern proficient in social media, and another proficient in website design. On your application, please clearly state which internship you are applying for. Qualified applicants include advanced undergraduate students and graduate students enrolled in Arizona universities.
The University of Montana’s Ecological Mapping, Monitoring, and Analysis group (EMMA) is currently recruiting RIPARIAN BOTANISTS to assist in implementing the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) Aquatic Assessment, Inventory, and Monitoring (AIM) strategy, targeted at collecting standardized data on streams and riparian areas across BLM Districts in the western U.S. As part of a 3-person crew, each riparian. botanist will work alongside two aquatic technicians to collect vegetation composition data along streams according to the BLM’s Multiple Indicator Monitoring (MIM) protocol.
Morris Arboretum is a historic public garden and research and educational institution. It promotes an understanding of the relationship between plants, people and place through programs that integrate science, art and the humanities. The internship program provides hands- on experience and an education that prepares interns for careers in public gardens and related fields.