Greens Bayou Coalition seeks Development Programs Manager

The Programs and Development Manager’s focus is to help maintain existing partnerships and forge new relationships to build the Greens Bayou Coalition’s visibility, impact, and financial resources. The primary resources relate to fundraising and donor support, marketing and public relations, special events, and other duties as assigned. For more details on the position or about Greens Bayou Coalition, please visit http://greensbayou.org. 

Project WILD seeks Curriculum Editor Assistant  

The Curriculum Editor Assistant internship is in Project WILD’s office in Rice Village. The intern will assist in a major curriculum development project known as Next Generation Project WILD. The internship is for a full-time, 320 hour position over the course of eight to ten weeks. A $2,320 stipend will be provided. The position is ideal for those seeking to further develop their expertise in editing, K-12 curriculum development, lesson plan development, environmental education, wildlife conservation, or science education. Former teachers, nonformal educators, pre-service teachers, and students (graduate and undergraduate) are encouraged to apply. To apply, send a cover letter or email text, as well as a resume to Marc LeFebre, at mlefebre@fishwildlife.org. While there is no application deadline, AFWA hopes to complete the hire for this position by June 30, 2017. Learn more about Project WILD. Download the complete job description: Project WILD Internship 2017 (PDF).

Tiffany Nguyen: Communications & Policy Intern

Tiffany is a Senior Bioenvironmental Science Major at Texas A&M University, currently working towards her final credit for graduation in August 2017.

She has been very active in the Vietnamese Student Association, serving as an officer for two years and heading up major local events like Big Event and WorldFest in College Station.

Tiffany is from Alief in the Houston area. She has traveled extensively, with trips to Canada, Vietnam, and a handful of states in the U.S. Last summer, Tiffany studied abroad in Daejeon, Korea, where she took a Korean language and Agricultural Biotechnology course, which often times felt more like fun than school.

Tiffany’s interests range from general ecology to fungi, but ultimately she is pursuing a career in environmental sampling and monitoring. She would welcome introductions from anyone involved in environmental sampling, monitoring, and consulting.

Although a green future is facing some obstacles right now, Tiffany is hopeful that the path we’re traveling on can be paved by more students like her and organizations like the CEC.