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Opportunities at CEES

FALL 2021 Opportunities for Undergraduates

 

IUPUI STUDENTS: Community Engagement Associates               (2 positions available)

The Center for Earth and Environmental Science at IUPUI is looking for two IUPUI students (undergraduates) interested in a mentorship in service learning.  These positions are funded through a grant from the Center for Service and Learning and require an average time comittment of 10 hours per week.  

CEES is an environmental research Center that also engages in education outreach and environmental stewardship.  Community Engagement Associates (CEAs) work alongside CEES staff to facilitate the Center's mission in these three core areas (research, outreach, stewardship), with a special emphasis on fostering environmental stewardship within the IUPUI community.   

CEAs will assist with the Center's service learning program, as well as field and laboratory research at CEES.  CEAs may also work with community partners, delivering science education in a variety of community parks and gardens.  General outreach activities will resume when social distancing restrictions are lifted.  Candidates must be willing to engage in outdoor work, laboratory work, and administrative tasks related to the service learning program and general maintenance of the Center.  Candidates should have a good working knowledge of Microsoft Excel.  

Before a candidate can be offered a position they must submit to a background check provided by the university and meet the university’s requirements for programs that involve contact with children.  Service learning projects take place primarily on Fridays and Saturdays (and occasionally on Sundays) when weather (and social distancing guidelines) permit.  CEAs must be available to attend in-person events.  The Center for Service and Learning requires that CEAs maintain a minimum GPA of 2.75.  Community Engagement Associates are paid $11/h.

To apply: please send resume and letter of interest to Dr. Victoria Schmalhofer at vrschmal@iupui.edu

APPLICANTSinclude your course schedule so that hours of availability may be determined; also include any other regular time committments you have.

 

 

IUPUI STUDENTS: Environmental Outreach & Field Assistants (Summer 2021, multiple positions available)

The Center for Earth and Environmental Science at IUPUI is an environmental research center that also engages in education outreach and environmental stewardship.  CEES is looking for IUPUI students to assist with field/lab research this summer.  Summer employment may transition to regular academic year positions (if all parties are agreeable).  Students should apply through Handshake for job #4693635: 

https://app.joinhandshake.com/jobs/4693635

 

 

IUPUI STUDENTS: Environmental Outreach Assistants             (Fall 2021, positions are expected to be available) 

The Center for Earth and Environmental Science at IUPUI is an environmental research center that also engages in education outreach and environmental stewardship.  CEES is looking for IUPUI students to help facilitate the Center's mission in its three core areas (research, environmental stewardship, education outreach).   

Student workers will assist with the Center's service learning program, as well as field and laboratory research at CEES.  CEAs may also work with community partners, delivering science education in a variety of community parks and gardens.  General outreach activities will resume when social distancing restrictions are lifted; typical outreach activities involve traveling to local fairs, festivals, and other events to engage the public in experiential environmental science activities and promote environmental awareness.  Candidates must be willing to engage in outdoor work, laboratory work, and general tasks related to Center operations.  Candidates should have a good working knowledge of Microsoft Excel.  

Before a candidate can be offered a position they must submit to a background check provided by the university and meet the university’s requirements for programs that involve contact with children.  Service learning projects take place primarily on Fridays and Saturdays (and occasionally on Sundays) in Spring and Fall when weather (and social distancing guidelines) permit.  

To express interest: please send resume and letter of interest to Dr. Victoria Schmalhofer at vrschmal@iupui.edu

Your Letter of Interest should indicate your hours of availability. 

APPLICANTSinclude your course schedule so that hours of availability may be determined; also include any other regular time committments you have.

 

Applications accepted until positions are filled.  Applications will be reviewed as received.  Work will begin after background check is completed.