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  • 1.  Career Possibilities Task Committee

    Posted 01-06-2017 12:40 PM

    The Education Council is proposing a task committee to develop a resource for those interested in water resources and environmental careers. According to the academic members of our council, students ask about the opportunities in these fields but there is no resource that can answer these questions in an accessible way. This proposed TC would develop this resource to illustrate the exciting potentials in our world. We envision this as an online page with mostly pictures, some text, and perhaps links for those seeking more specific information. We are looking for interested volunteers and for pictures and descriptions of the possibilities in these fields. If you can participate or have examples that could stimulate a student's interest, please reply or contact me at chrylsgns@.... Thanks

    Cheryl Signs P.E., F.ASCE
    Cheryl Signs Engineering
    Denver CO
    (303) 778-7653

  • 2.  RE: Career Possibilities Task Committee

    Posted 01-14-2017 07:27 AM
    Please consider my request to assist! Experienced working as a consultant and as a technical professional in federal service. Loads of work photos to share. Plus a few life lessons...and still learning. Would love to help mentor. Let me know how I can help. Tom

    Thomas Spriggs, Ph.D., P.E., M. ASCE
    Environmental Director 
    NAVFAC Marianas 
    Andersen AFB, Guam

  • 3.  RE: Career Possibilities Task Committee

    Posted 07-31-2017 05:28 PM
    I am experienced Envoronmental Engineer. Please let me know details opf assignment. Thanks.

  • 4.  RE: Career Possibilities Task Committee

    Posted 02-01-2017 11:03 AM
    Hi, I just wanted to say that this would be a much needed resource, both for young professionals and people looking for a career shift!

    Natalya Sokolovskaya, P.E.
    Wynnewood PA

  • 5.  RE: Career Possibilities Task Committee

    Posted 08-01-2017 06:03 PM
    Be sure to add checking out the "Career & Workforce" discussion chats as well.

    William Hayden Ph.D., P.E., CP, F.ASCE
    Amherst NY

    "It is never too late to be what you might have been." -- George Eliot 1819 - 1880