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Department of Water Resources - Hydrogeologist Staff Position Available!

The Department of Water Resources is offering an exciting opportunity for an individual to impact Idaho Water issues! The position is in the Groundwater Unit of the Hydrology Section and entails planning and performing studies of surface and ground water resources in support of salmon recovery efforts in the Upper Salmon River Basin. The position also supports other hydrogeologic investigations in the Groundwater Unit.

Example of Duties:   Apply knowledge of hydrogeologic...

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Ralph Jones Research Fellowship Application Now Open - Due April 1st

The Ralph Jones Pre-Med Summer Research Fellowship application is now open and posted on the  Scholarship Application Packet website (best viewed in Chrome).

The application is due April 1 for this $5,500 award to be matched with a BSU faculty member for a full-time, 10-week research experience this next summer.  There are specific qualification parameters - so please refer to the website for details - however minimal eligibility requirements include:

Applicants must have...

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Muscular Dystrophy Association - Become a Summer Camp Volunteer!

Volunteering at MDA Summer Camp will enrich your life and inspire you in ways you never dreamed possible! You will help kids discover new interests, build self-confidence and experience the independence of being away from home in a safe environment where barriers don’t exist.

MDA Summer Camp gives kids ages 8-17 the freedom to be kids with others who are just like them during a life-changing week of fun and friendship — all at no cost to their families. Summer Camp offers a world...

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Medical Scribe Interviews - March 18th, 19th, and 22nd!

Scribe Interviews On-Demand Medical Staffing will be conducting interviews for the Scribe Program for Emergency Medicine, Orthopedic, and Women’s Health scribe positions. 

This is a great program designed to lend experience for those who are studying to enter the healthcare field and plan to pursue an advanced degree.  Candidates of all interests are welcome to apply, whether you are looking for a career, or planning to attend medical school, nursing school, dental school, and...

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Juvenile Osteology Research Laboratory Workshop: Victims of Change – Bioarchaeology of Children

The extremely high quality of the recovery of juvenile osteological remains during our excavations, combined with our extensive research and study osteology collection, provides a unique opportunity for a very intensive hands-on laboratory experience. The workshop will provide participants with an intensive review of juvenile osteology and an overview of the ways in which this kind of unique information is interpreted by bioarchaeologists.

Topical areas to be included involve the...

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Pre-Dental Club Meetings

We would like to invite you to one of our meetings! Even if you are only considering dentistry you should attend. We have a meeting scheduled for April 1st at 6PM. We also need your input for scheduling future meetings. Please complete this short form to give us a better idea about your availability.

Link to Form - https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1NBCv8B6PH6z-7yrr6fBG9XDeoPXSup3LkpcmAoXA870/edit?ts=5c883ce2

Please contact Madie Briggs - madiebriggs@u.boisestate.edu if you...

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Open Bat Lab Positions! - Due April 1st, 2019

The Barber Lab is looking for volunteers to aid in bat care and data collection in bat-moth experiments! Requirements:

Available during the summer, 2019. Ability to work at night Interest in working with captive animals – particularly bats and insects

Benefits:

Bat mist netting experience  Captive animal care and bat handling experience Exposure to the field of sensory ecology  A rabies vaccination series (~$800 value).

The Barber Lab is also looking for moth...

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Idaho Department of Fish and Game - Temporary Employment Opportunities!

Idaho Department of Fish and Game (IDFG) is hiring 6 wildlife research technicians that will collect and maintain field data on a collaborative Bureau of Land Management (BLM)-IDFG project examining the relationship between high-elevation sagebrush habitat and sage-grouse reproduction, survival, and movements in eastern Idaho. Duration: March 18, 2019 (4 positions), April 8 (2 positions) – August 2, 2019. Technicians will conduct vegetation sampling (BLM’s AIM protocol) at sage-grouse...

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Fun Summer Jobs with Cascade Raft & Kayak!

Cascade Raft & Kayak are offering job positions for Summer 2019! 

Job Positions Available:

Cafe/Barista: Outgoing individuals who are focused on customer service! Both part time and full time positions are available. Whitewater Photographer: A love for outdoors and good customer service skills! NO experience needed. Reservationist: Outgoing people with organizational and time-management skills, attention to detail, and phone and computer skills! Ropes Course Guide:...

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How to apply to 19-20 Pre-Professional Studies Pathways Scholarships Due March 15th and 29th!

There are many opportunities for scholarships specific to Health Science Studies, Public Health, and Pre-Professional Studies Pathways! To be able to apply to these scholarships you must complete the following general application and then please feel free to investigate the individual scholarships in this site if you have not.

Most importantly, please be certain to complete the supplemental application entitled Health Science Studies, Public Health, and Pre-Professional Studies...

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Become a Peer Mentor for Chem 111 (Fall 2019)!

The Chem 111 course instructor (Susan Shadle) and classroom peer mentors support the students by acting as facilitators of student learning - helping students to work through questions and problems and offering clarification when students are ready for it.

Here are some of the benefits for students who become involved as peer mentors: 1 - When you help to teach it, you'll really nail down the basics from Gen. Chem. 2 - You can get credit for it  (you can also volunteer, if that is...

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Job Opportunities at the Boise River!

Don't sit behind a desk this summer! Come work at the Boise River with Boise River Raft and Tube!

Job Benefits/Description:

Excellent pay Free float privileges on days off Flexible hours Experienced staff and ownership Fast paced work environment

Download the attached flyer for more information! If you are interested in applying, applications are available at boiseriverraftandtube.com. Questions? Contact boiseriverraftandtube@gmail.com!

Employee Recruitment...

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Work U Fall 2019 Opportunities!

Are you looking to become more employable after you graduate by gaining essential work experience? Click here to check out the opportunities.

Work U is career preparation with a twist, giving you hands-on professional work experience, clarification of your career goals, an opportunity to be mentored, focused classroom time, and a chance to build your resume and network - all while gaining three college credits. The beauty of Work U is that every opportunity is open to all...

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ThED Internship Opportunity - Due April 12th, 2019

The St. Luke’s Applied Research Division is offering a unique and dynamic learning experience in the St. Luke’s Emergency Department (ED) located in downtown Boise. The Total Health in the Emergency Department (ThED) Program will incorporate interdisciplinary student teams into the Boise ED to address factors affecting the patients’ health—beyond the immediate clinical need.

These factors include social, economic, and environmental resources that affect quality of life, such as...

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External Scholarships for Biology Students!

There are thousands of university, national and international-level awards available to fund your education. Find an opportunity that will fit you!

Science.gov - Gateway to Federal STEM Opportunities for Students! These opportunities range from scholarships, research internships, and graduate fellowships that undergraduate and graduate students can apply to directly to funding opportunities for academic institutions to establish innovative undergraduate and graduate training...

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Swan Valley Connections - College Field Programs Information Sessions - March 14th!

You are invited to attend an informational session to learn more about Swan Valley Connections. This a great organization! Boise State has alumni from the Swan Valley Connections programs - and they loved the experience! Learn more at our information sessions!

3 Sessions Available - Thursday, Mar 14, 2019

9:30 AM - 10:30 AM MDT - Click here to RSVP

2:30 PM - 3:30 PM MDT - Click here to RSVP

6:30 PM - 7:30 PM MDT - Click here to RSVP

Why...

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Cornell Summer Research Opportunities!

Cornell is not only a world-class academic institution but also a world-class research institute.  There are tremendous opportunities to get hands-on research experience!

Research can give you skills for life! Whether you intend to pursue a career path in research, medicine, or business, research can provide you with skills valued by your future employer such as problem solving, teamwork, communication, and analytical skills. For more information on the available summer...

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Ross University DVM Information Program and Representative - Reminder and RSVP!

Philip Jaroslow will be presenting an information session about the Veterinary Program at Ross University in St. Kitts out of the Carribean. This will be an extremely informative meeting, you should definitely look into attending it to learn more about the program.  This event will take place on Thursday, March 14th at 1:30 pm in NORCO 114. Mark your calendars! This is a great event to attend to learn more about the Veterinary Program!

RSVP here if you are interested in attending...

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Washington State University DVM Information Program – Reminder to RSVP & Attend!

A representative from the Washington State University Veterinary Medicine program will be on campus to present a program on Monday, March 11 at 11 am in Room 114 of the Norco building. This meeting is especially critical to attend if you are a resident of Idaho, Washington, Montana, or Utah - but will be beneficial for all students who are interested in becoming a veterinarian. Come to this meeting and learn more about a regional veterinary medicine school or just what vet schools are...

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The Pre-Veterinary Society General Interest Meeting! - March 6th, 2019

The Society is not exclusive to Pre-Veterinary majors, all are welcome! They will be talking about plans for activities and events including volunteer opportunities, educational seminars, and hands on labs. 

The purpose of the Pre-Veterinary Society is to gain knowledge in a collaborative environment, seeking insight to the veterinary profession alongside industry professionals. 

If you would like to learn more about the Pre-Veterinary Society, stop by the Biology...

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Spring Meet & Greet! Tuesday, March 5th (TODAY) - Reminder!

The spring Meet and Greet is here! Tuesday, March 5th (TODAY) from 3:00-5:00pm in the Hatch Ballroom in the SUB, you have the opportunity to connect with 25+ area community organizations. Highlights of the event include:

Practice introducing yourself to professionals in various fields Develop new contacts in a 5-minute ‘speed networking’ format Learn about current internship, volunteer and employment opportunities Step up your game by dressing in business casual Refreshments are...

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Idaho Business Review-Experts Forum (Idaho's STEM Future)!

Join us at this free-to-attend forum on the current state and future outlook of the STEM fields in Idaho! A panel of experts on each selected topics will engage in a lively no-hold-barred discussion moderated by their editor, Kim Burgess. What follows is a special publication filled with on-the-record excerpts from the roundtable published with added distribution.

Featuring panelists: Melinda Davis, Director of STEM Education, University of Idaho Angela Hemingway, Director, STEM...

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Part Time / Seasonal Fire Mapping Data Technician - Job Opportunity!

Based in Nampa, Idaho, Owyhee Air Research (OAR) is an industry leader in the field of natural resource aerial reconnaissance and data acquisition. OAR operates state of the art aerial wildland fire survey equipment and works across the US mapping wildland fires for various government agencies. 

OAR is currently seeking up to four part time data technicians to provide fire mapping “packages” during the summer of 2019. Technicians will receive fire mapping raw data from airborne...

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Swan Valley Connections - College Field Programs Information Sessions

You are invited to attend an informational session to learn more about Swan Valley Connections. This a great organization! Boise State has alumni from the Swan Valley Connections programs - and they loved the experience! Learn more at our information sessions!

3 Sessions Available - Thursday, Mar 14, 2019

9:30 AM - 10:30 AM MDT - Click here to RSVP

2:30 PM - 3:30 PM MDT - Click here to RSVP

6:30 PM - 7:30 PM MDT - Click here to RSVP

Why...

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Idaho Conservation Corps - Conservation Internships (Paid)!

The Idaho Conservation Corps Internship program is an innovative AmeriCorps Program designed to provide hands on training and experience to those interested in pursuing employment with land and water resource management agencies, and other outdoor careers.

The program is a cooperative effort designed to address community, environmental, and resource management projects. Interns are placed with the Forest Service, National Park Service and other public land agencies throughout...

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