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103Fwd: GPS/GIS Fire and Fuels Management, Wildlife Biology Survey Assist ant with Reptiles, GIS Hydrology Assistant Internship Openings

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  • Mansel A. Nelson
    Mar 1, 2003
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      >Date: Fri, 28 Feb 2003 15:31:30 -0500
      >From: Christopher Peguero <CPeguero@...>
      >Subject: GPS/GIS Fire and Fuels Management,
      > Wildlife Biology Survey Assist ant with Reptiles,
      > GIS Hydrology Assistant Internship Openings
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      >Good Friday Afternoon from the Environmental Careers Organization. We are
      >gearing up for the summer season and I wanted to have an opportunity to
      >let you know of a few open announcements for internships available through
      >ECO with the National Park Service and the Bureau of Land
      >Management. Three of the position are for surveying for fuels using GPS
      >and GIS in California and Southern Idaho, one is surveying for the Flat
      >Tailed Horned Lizard within the desert of Southern California, and
      >finally, one is using GIS to map and identify hydrologic features in
      >Anchorage Alaska.
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      >Please take a few minutes to let interested students know of the
      >opportunities available at this time through ECO. Please do not hesitate
      >to call if you have questions. Thank you for your support of the
      >Environmental Careers Organization.
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      >If you would like future updates of internship available through ECO,
      >simply do nothing. If you would like to be discontinued from this list,
      >please respond with a no in the subject line and you will be taken off
      >this list.
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      >Sincerely,
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      >Chris Peguero, Internship Program Coordinator
      >
      >The Environmental Careers Organization
      >
      >1218 Third Avenue, Suite 1515
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      >Seattle, Washington 98101-3021
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      >Voice: 206-625-1750 Ext: 25
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      >Fax: 206-625-9246
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      >Visit our website! <http://www.eco.org>http://www.eco.org
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      >"Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that
      >we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness, that
      >most frightens us& we were born to make manifest the glory of God that is
      >within us. It s not just in some of us; it s in everyone."
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      >- Nelson Mandela in his Presidential Inauguration speech.
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