We are pleased to announce an upcoming info session with Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC), featuring two SEAS alumni: Chief Operating Officer, Jonathan Nash, and Practice Lead - Senior Director for Environmental and Social Performance Group, Patrick Francis.
The Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) is an innovative and independent U.S. foreign aid agency that is helping lead the fight against global poverty.
Created by the U.S. Congress in January 2004 with strong bipartisan... Read more...
The Alumni Webinar Series continues with Carolyn Poissant, Manager of Trails, Open Space, and Parks Design and Development with the City of Bozeman. She will be discussing:
- Background information and career path- Information about City of Bozeman and how it is working for the company- Tips for landing a job with her organization and tips for the out-of-state job search
For webinar registration information please RSVP on eRecruiter for the event.
We would like to invite you to join us in learning more about TNC's 2018 GLOBE internships! Shawneece Hennighan - Youth Programs Coordinator with TNC - will be hosting the webinar on 12/7 from 5pm-6pm.
Growing Leaders on Behalf of the Environment (GLOBE) focuses on recent college graduates (Bachelors, Masters, and Ph.D.). Applications for this summer program are solicited in January of each year.
The GLOBE Program recruits individuals from a variety of backgrounds and experiences and will match... Read more...
Join us for a SEAS DEI Speaker Series with Vien Troung. Vien is a policy expert and movement builder who has been a key architect to building an equitable green economy. She is Chief Executive Officer of Dream Corps, which includes Green For All, a national initiative that puts communities of color at the forefront of the climate movement and equality at the center of environmental solutions.
The SEAS annual Winter Solstice celebration brings students, faculty, and staff together for live music, delicious food, and a gingerbread house competition. The 2017 event takes place Friday, December 8th, from 4-7 p.m. in Ford Commons. Families are welcome!