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For recent grads of masters or phd programs: Public Lands Transportation Scholars Program

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  • Asha Weinstein Agrawal
    ... From: Erin Shumate Date: Fri, Jan 18, 2013 at 6:55 AM Subject: 2013 Public Lands Transportation Scholars Program 2013 Public Lands
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      From: Erin Shumate <eshumate@...>
      Date: Fri, Jan 18, 2013 at 6:55 AM
      Subject: 2013 Public Lands Transportation Scholars Program

      2013 Public Lands Transportation Scholars Program

      Applications are now being accepted for the 2013 Program

      Click here to apply [

      The Eno Center for Transportation is proud to partner with The Paul S.
      Sarbanes Transit in Parks Technical Assistance Center (TRIPTAC) on the
      Public Lands Transportation Scholars Program. TRIPTAC is looking for
      recent master and doctoral graduates in transportation-related
      disciplines to apply to become part of the Public Lands Transportation
      Scholar Program.

      Assignments will begin in late June 2013 and will last 10 months
      through March 2014. Projects can involve Transit/Engineering,
      Landscape Architecture, Environmental Engineering/Planning and other
      transportation-related tasks.

      The selected Scholars will be considered employees of the Western
      Transportation Institute, Montana State University and will receive a
      salary of $30,000 plus benefits for their 10-month assignment as well
      as reimbursement of relocation costs.

      *Selected scholars must be available for the pre-project orientation
      June 10-13, 2013 in Denver, CO.

      Who Should Apply

      This program is open to recent (1-3 years post graduation) master and
      doctoral graduates in transportation related-disciplines who are U.S.
      citizens or permanent residents of the United States.

      How to Apply

      Applicants are required to submit packets consisting of:

      The Application Cover Sheet Click here to download
      Statement of interest (no more than 1000 words).
      Letter of recommendation from a current or past supervisor or an
      academic advisor who can attest to your knowledge and skills.

      2013 Scholar Assignments (click on the links for detailed project

      Alternative Transportation planning for new wildlife refuges in New
      Sustainable Transportation Program for Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge
      Stanley-Redfish Trail, Sawtooth National Recreation Area
      SW Colorado Integrated Regional Public Lands Alternative
      Transportation Plan and Chimney Rock Transportation Plan

      Completed application packets must be received by 5:00 pm EST on
      Friday February 15, 2013

      Send application packets to:

      Eno Center for Transportation
      Attn: Erin Shumate
      1250 I Street, NW, Suite 750
      Washington, DC 20005

      Applications may also be emailed to (eshumate@...).


      Contact Erin Shumate of the Eno Staff at 202-879-4703.
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