UW Dream Project: EDUC 260/369 mentoring opportunity

Dear UW Student,

As you plan out your classes for Fall Quarter, we would like to invite you to join the University of Washington Dream Project! The UW Dream Project is a student-run program that assists low-income and first-generation high school students in attaining higher education and strives to raise awareness among university students about the issues of educational opportunity and mobility.

We would love to have you join this fall as we continue to work with high school seniors as they write personal statements, complete college applications, prepare for the SAT/ACT and apply for scholarships. As a UW student, this should all sound familiar as you have went through this process first-hand! Your experiences are valuable, and can be used to support high school students throughout King County.

What’s in it for you?

  • Learn about educational access, mentoring strategies, and social justice.

  • 2 credits (1 credit of EDUC 260, lecture; 1 credit of EDUC 369, high school visit)

  • I&S credit for EDUC 260, Service Learning (S) credit for both EDUC 260 and 369

  • Leadership opportunities ranging from leading lectures to running events for hundreds of people

  • Eligibility for PAID part time student jobs as College & Career Readiness Assistants after 3 quarters in the Dream Project

  • Transportation to the high schools is provided!

  • FREE COFFEE every week at the earliest morning visits

  • A great way to make new friends and be part of a community within the UW!

How to register:

There are two ways to get involved. For credit, register for EDUC 260 and EDUC 369 on your UW registration. To volunteer without earning credit, learn more at dreamproject.org/join. Schools that especially need more mentors include Kent-Meridian (EDUC 369 Q), Chief Sealth (EDUC 369 B), HS3 (EDUC 369 J), and Renton (EDUC 369 F).

If you have any questions, please email us at uwdreamproject or stop by the Dream Project Center in Mary Gates 274.

Thank you,

UW Dream Project

New student on-campus job opportunity

Good morning,

The Environmental Health and Safety department on the Seattle campus has a new opening for a part-time, student marketing communications assistant, for this summer through the next school year.

Please find the job description attached. This position is also posted on Husky Jobs, position 92115. You can contact me with any questions.

Thank you.

Wendy Secrist
Communications and Outreach Specialist
Environmental Health and Safety | University of Washington
201 Hall Health Center | Box 354400 | Seattle, WA 98195
wsecrist | www.ehs.washington.edu


Quileute Nation Harvest Management Biologist position is open

I was recently in contact with Frank Geyer with the Quileute Nation, and he asked that I broadly forward around the attached position announcement for their Fisheries Harvest Manager position. This is a unique opportunity for a full time permanent position in fisheries. For those of you familiar with the Quileute fisheries department, this is the position that was held for years by Kris Northcut. Please share with anyone you think may be interested.

For more information, anyone interested can contact Frank at 360-374-2027.


Patrick CrainChief Fisheries Biologist
Olympic National Park
600 E. Park Avenue
Port Angeles, WA 98362

Fisheries Harvest Manager posting 5 26 15 (1).pdf

STEM Coordinator Position at High Point Neighborhood House (multi-service organization in West Seattle)

Do you know recent graduates who are interested in STEM learning outside of school? This is a perfect opportunity for a recent graduate with STEM experience to join a dynamic partnership between UW and Neighborhood House. Please distribute widely. Application Deadline is JULY 13, 2015.

We have an opening for STEM Coordinator. This is a regular, full-time, benefit eligible position, open to external and internal candidates. The complete job description is available at the link below. This was previously an internal posting. Please help us spread the word about this opportunity.

· STEM Coordinator

Current staff who wish to apply, please click on this link: Online Internal Job Application Form. You will be asked to fill out the form and upload your most recent resume.


Emily Mathiesen
HR and Compliance Coordinator
Neighborhood House
Phone: 206-461-8430 ext. 2080
Fax: 206-350-3675

This email may contain privileged and/or confidential information. It is intended for the addresse(s) only. The unauthorized use, disclosure or copying of this email, or any information it contains, is prohibited. If you are not an intended recipient, please contact the sender and delete the material from your computer. Thank you.

UW Sustainability Internship – Green Laboratory Certification Coordinator

UW Sustainability is currently recruiting a student intern to support our Green Laboratory program. To apply please visit: https://careers.washington.edu/HuskyJobs and search for #91979. Please forward this notice to any interested students.

Internship Title: Green Laboratory Certification Coordinator

Internship Description: The Green Laboratory Program provides resources and guidance for laboratories on campus to implement sustainable practices, including a certification program to recognize laboratories that decrease the University’s environmental impact in alignment with the UW Environmental Policy statement and the Climate Action Plan goals.

Internship / Learning Goals:
1. Gain hands on experience in project management, program development, collaboration, networking, communications, marketing, and development of
evaluative and educational materials under the direction of the Program Supervisor.
2. Learn how to effectively communicate with a variety of stakeholders and navigate through the complex structure of the University
3. Learn how to incentivize sustainable behaviors within a laboratory setting
4. Learn more about sustainability at the University through knowledge discovery

The expected outcomes of this internship are:
1. Continue to promote and expand the Green Laboratory Program by:
a. Certifying labs and offering consultation services to help labs implement sustainable practices
b. Working to secure sponsorship support for the program
c. Creating and administering department and college-wide competitions
2. Evaluate the certification program effectiveness, identify areas of improvement for the process of certification, and work with the Green Laboratory Advisory Committee to address challenges and opportunities for the Green Laboratory Program.
3. Continue to share best practices for greening labs with higher education institutions, and identify areas of program improvement based on best practices from other institutions.
4. Achieve reductions in energy use, water use, greenhouse gas emissions, and waste generated on campus in laboratories
5. Report measurable metrics such as:
a. Number of laboratories applying for certification (Overall Total)
b. Number of laboratories certified as green laboratories (Total and at each level of certification)

Salary will start at $12 and we would like a one year minimum commitment for the position. For questions please contact Sean Schmidt: sgs1

Sustainability Programs Supervisor

UW Sustainability / University of Washington

B-40 Gerberding Hall Box 351248
Seattle, WA 98195

aubrey24 / green.uw.edu

Americorp positions open for recent graduates – PLEASE SHARE!

We are looking for energetic, creative people to join a UW and Neighborhood House team (West Seattle location) focused on providing low income and immigrant youth with opportunities to learn afterschool. We have a creative approach called STUDIO that provides making and tinkering activities to introduce youth to STEM, design, arts, and health. See the position descriptions below:

Idealist listing:

Full position description:

Clarke Hill
High Point Teen Programs Supervisor
Neighborhood House, High Point Center

6400 Sylvan Way SW, Seattle, WA 98126
T (206) 588-4900 ext. 626

Leslie Rupert Herrenkohl, Ph.D.
Co-Director, The 3DL Partnership

Professor, College of Education
Learning Sciences & Human Development
312 Miller Hall, Box 353600
Seattle, WA 98195-3600

Grad job – communications assistant

Communication Assistant Needed


  • monitor print and electronic media for stories on fisheries sustainability
  • maintain a web site with brief abstracts of these stories
  • direct emails to a network of scientists who will provide comment
  • maintain a blog website with these comments
  • compose twitter and facebook postings based on the comments provided


  • Understanding of fisheries sustainability
  • Ability to communicate clearly
  • Familiarity with social media

Duration of employment:
This is a trial program for the summer, and we anticipate continuation through Autumn 2015.

Please send a resume to Ray Hilborn rayh@uw.edu.

Interviews will be conducted between 10 and 25 July.

Communications Assistant Needed.docx