Monthly Archives: February 2015

why is the world so cold: a memoir of saratoga

Hi friends! *shivers* ‘sup? I’m just sitting here. Shivering. Because it’s hella brick out. It’s SO COLD. Have you ever been walking through a parking lot next to a tall building on the side of a hill on a college … Continue reading Continue reading

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Internship Expo 2015: What I Did Last Summer

Learn everything you need to know about internships! Tonight Monday February 23, Murray-Aikins Dining Hall, Second Floor 5:00 to 7:00 PM You will get a chance to hear from Juniors & Seniors about their internships last summer, how they applied, & what they learned from their experiences. Have your resume reviewed Learn how to use […] Continue reading

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River Steward Summer Internship

The Housatonic Valley Association (HVA) is seeking applications for two River Steward of Tomorrow Environmental Internship positions, available for summer 2015. The River Stewards will work on a variety of projects related to water quality, habitat conservation and community outreach. One River Steward will be assigned to our Berkshire field office in South Lee, MA […] Continue reading

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Manager, Sustainable Agriculture at Duke Farms, NJ

The Manager of Sustainable Agriculture is a member of the Duke Farms (DF) management team. He/she is responsible for collaborating with the senior management at DF on the development and maintenance of vigorous, viable and sustainable farming operations that conserve and restore wildlife and natural resources while following sound ecological principles. Agroecology considers interactions of […] Continue reading

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Food Works summer internship

Middlebury FoodWorks is an innovative summer leadership program combining academic and experiential learning in food systems: – Nine intensive weeks in Vermont, Kentucky, or Washington D.C. – “Exploring local food systems” course – Cohort living and cooking with 15 students – Food systems mentors and experts – A four-day paid internship – Weekly fifth-day learning […] Continue reading

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300th Post

Hi friends!   Holy heck has it been a long time. So much has happened. When we last left off, it was the close of last semester. And now look at me, I’m a senior in my second semester, and … Continue reading Continue reading

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Want a job with IMPACT? Meet with a PAL today

Alumni Rachel Konowitz, ’09 will be tabling in Case Center from 11:30 to 3:00 PM. Learn more about how you can make an IMPACT on our planet, FOR OUR ENVIRONMENT, OUR DEMOCRACY, OUR FUTURE. IMPACT currently employs organizers in 25 states, working on national campaigns to reduce global warming pollution, restore Clean Water Act protections […] Continue reading

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