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May
04

CAREER BLITZ: Science

Topics Include:

  1. Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences ; Fall 2012 REU
  2. Conservation Law Foundation (CLF); Summer Ocean Program Internship (Boston, MA)
  3. Vermont Natural Resources Council; Summer Interns  (VT)
  4.  Elementis Specialties; Technical Service Chemist (NJ)
  5. John Hopkin’s University Applied Physics Laboratory; Entry Level Technical Professional (MD)
  6. COARE (Center for Oceanic Awareness, Research, and Education); Ocean Communications Intern (CA)
  7. The New York Academy of Sciences; Editorial Assistant (NY)
  8. Millennium Pharmaceuticals; Organic Process Chemist entry-level (MA)

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1. Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences ; Fall 2012 REU

Students will design and conduct independent projects under faculty supervision within several research areas. Tentative dates:  August 30 to November 24, 2012. Each successful REU applicant will receive a stipend paid at competitive rates. Deadline: May 30

For more information and to apply:  http://bit.ly/JI8Paa

2. Conservation Law Foundation (CLF); Summer Ocean Program Internship (Boston)

Conduct a variety of research, writing, and administrative tasks to enrich and promote the advocacy work of its Ocean Conservation program. The Ocean Program intern will primarily assist with creating original content and conducting social media outreach. Deadline May 31

To apply:  http://bit.ly/IB0Qf7

3. Vermont Natural Resources Council; Summer Interns  (VT)

Vermont Natural Resources Council (VNRC) is Vermont’s oldest conservation organization. NRC has four program areas: Energy and Climate Action, Forests and Wildlife, Sustainable Communities, and Water.

Learn about current openings and get application instructions here:  http://bit.ly/IJsKrC 

4.  Elementis Specialties; Technical Service Chemist (NJ)

Elementis is a UK listed global specialty chemicals company. The Technical Service Chemist will be responsible for completion of new application and product development data (for in-house & customer projects). Involves customer support directly through technical visits, telephone and e-mail contact.  http://bit.ly/J7hB1y

5. John Hopkin’s University Applied Physics Laboratory; Entry Level Technical Professional (MD)

APL has entry level opportunities in a number technical areas including but not limited to following:

aerospace, communications engineering, controls engineering, information systems/security, software engineering, space physics, and system engineering/analysis.  http://bit.ly/K6PSNU

6. COARE (Center for Oceanic Awareness, Research, and Education); Ocean Communications Intern (CA)

COARE’s studies oceans and increases public awareness of the earth’s marine environment through educational programs and outreach. Students and recent graduates are encouraged to apply.

For more information:  http://bit.ly/J7hEKz

7. The New York Academy of Sciences; Editorial Assistant (NY)

Editorial Assistant will support the editing and production of approximately 60 eBriefings annually, including liaising with invited conference speakers, freelance science writers, Web Content, Audio/Visual, and Meeting & Event Operations staff, and provide administrative support to the eBriefings Department.  http://bit.ly/Jx5nL7

8. Millennium Pharmaceuticals; Organic Process Chemist entry-level (Cambridge, MA)

Millennium: The Takeda Oncology Company combines the innovative science of a leading American biopharmaceutical company with the global assets . The Chemist will work in the Process Chemistry R&D (PCRD) department.

To view this position, search for requisition #7078BR  http://bit.ly/Itn3rR

For additional science opportunities, visit:  http://bit.ly/IsyKxU

 

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