Monday, December 15, 2014

Jobs in Edison, NJ

Property Solutions in Edison NJ is actively seeking Environmental Science candidates for full time consulting positions.

We have participated in the last two Environmental Science Career Fairs at Rutgers and have hired your graduates in the past.

Can you pass this on to anyone in the Department who assists graduates in finding jobs?

They can research our company web site listed below or contact me directly.

Don Hessemer, CHMM
Regional Director
Property Solutions INC.
31A Northfield Avenue
Edison, NJ 08837
Phone: (732) 417-0999 X220
Fax: (732) 417-0888
Visit our website:

Env consulting job (some experience required)

This job asks for 4-7 years of experience, but it does point you toward a local company that is hiring (Groundwater & Environmental Services, Inc. )

summer internships in Florida

Deadline for applications to the summer program is March 1.

Mote Internships allow college students and recent college graduates to gain valuable hands-on experience in Ocean Science research, conservation, education and support services. Internships are available in most departments in the laboratory. About 150 college students and recent college graduates participate in this program annually.

Internships are available during four sessions: Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter. Intern orientations/start dates are on Mondays unless it's a holiday. Prospective interns should select sessions based on their dates of availability.

Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Learn to teach

Change lives. Teach science. That is the call to action for Earth science graduates and professionals enrolled in the Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) program at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City — the first urban teacher residency program offered by a museum.

With a focus on preparing new Earth science teachers, the MAT program is a full-time, 15-month fellowship Master's program that takes place at the museum and in urban partner schools. We seek a student body with diverse life and career experience, and the application is open to all candidates meeting the eligibility requirements. All degree candidates will receive free tuition and books and a $30,000 living stipend. In return, candidates commit to teaching in a high-need New York State school for four years. Graduates will also receive a $10,000 annual salary supplement for their first 4 years of teaching.

We are currently accepting applicants for the class that will matriculate in June 2015. Prospective students are encouraged to attend an on-site Open House on December 6th or January 11th. We will also hold informational Webinars on December 11th and January 14th, for those unable to come to the Museum. RSVP for these events to

Please visit the program website for more information or to join our mailing list. If you have questions, you can also contact the program office directly at or (212) 313-7464.

Explore the program »

We hope you will share this information broadly, and help us build our cohort of future outstanding Earth science teachers.

Sincerely,Dr. Maritza Macdonald & Dr. Ro Kinzler
Co-Directors, MAT Program