Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Learn how to apply

Federal Jobs


DC Eco Women is partnering with The Society of Conservation Biology’s DC Chapter,  SCB in DC, to offer you an engaging skills training opportunity on applying for federal jobs!

  • WhenWednesday, June 8, 6:00 - 9:00 pm
  • Where: Friends Meeting House, 2111 Florida Ave NW, Washington, DC 20008
  • Note: This is a co-ed event.

Our presenter, Corliss Jackson is an expert consultant on the Federal Government’s hiring process. She launched Federal Job Results, which provides guidance to individuals who are seeking Federal employment, as well as consulting with various Federal Government agencies about their recruiting and hiring practices. After the seminar she will be selling and signing her new book, Cracking the Federal Job Code.

Purchase tickets and RSVP using the following link 

Southern Teachers: 

Science Teachers Needed!


Since 1902, schools have trusted Southern Teachers to help them find great teachers, and as a result they pay for our work.  Consequently, our services are entirely free to you.  We have over 150 openings for science teachers at private & independent K-12 schools around the South. Go here for a list of current science openings.


Read more about Southern Teachers and our services for all majors and disciplines here.

Note that independent schools do not necessarily require teacher certification.  Therefore, these schools can hire recent college graduates who have not gone through a teacher-training program.
Interested teacher candidates should apply via our website.

Monday, May 30, 2016

Good listservs / blogs for recent grads


Social science grads - College of BSOS Blog

Non-profit jobs sector - Ideaslist.org

Wildlife Ecology grads - The Wildlife Society listserv


Marine and Coastal Management grads - Seven Seas


Conservation jobs, broadly speaking - Conservation Job Board and Ecolog


Finally, don't forget the ENSP Jobs Boards and Post-graduate internship opportunities.