Networking Event for Students & Water Resource Professionals
March 25: 5:45 p.m.
Would you like interaction and guidance from experienced professionals? Do you need advice about possible career choices and pathways?Join us on March 25 for a chance to connect with water resource practitioners and ask your questions.
Beginning after the main program ends, this optional, one-hour breakout-room-style session (5:45-6:45 p.m.) is a great opportunity for virtual networking and gaining insight into a variety of water resource careers. We will provide a space for undergraduate and graduate students to ask questions about potential career options, explore educational backgrounds of our panelists and interact with professionals in the public, private, and academic sectors. Early career professionals are welcome to join as well.
Find out more details about the career panelists and their available job opportunities by:
Companies/Organizations Represented Include:
- Rick Savage, Carolina Wetlands Association
- Kirsten Lackstrom, CISA
- Jamie DeWitt, ECU Graduate School
- Johnny Foster, Foster Lake and Pond Management
- Tatiana Height, Height Environmental Justice and Planning
- Jason Doll, KCI Associates of NC, PA
- Jennifer Burdette, Cameron Jernigan, Heather Rosa, Josh Shinn, McAdams
- Cam McNutt, NC Department of Environmental Quality
- Albert Lang, NC Forest Service
- Astrid Schnetzer, NC State Marine, Earth & Atmospheric Science Department
- Shannon Deaton, NC Wildlife Resources Commission
- Rebecca Ward, North Carolina Climate Office
- Daneil Penczak, OTT HydroMet
- Amin Davis, Partners for Environmental Justice
- Michael Paul, Tetra Tech
- Hannah Barg, TJCOG Clean Water Education Partnership program
- Scott Berry, US Water Alliance
- Veronica Carter, Town of Leland
- Caroline Loop and Evan Kane, Wake County Government
Job Opportunity: NC WRRI Seeks Coordinator for Research and Engagement
Internship Opportunity: Walnut Creek Wetland Community Partnership has a summer undergraduate internship opening hosted through WRRI and NC Sea Grant.
For more information and to apply, potential applicants should go here: go.ncsu.edu/watereducation
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