Activities and Announcements
1. The Millennium Workforce Development Initiative (MWDI) Environmental Internship Program
Hawaii environmental companies have the opportunity to hire student interns giving them real world, professional experience within the environmental industry, while getting paid. These internships will be supported by MWDI funds, at no cost to the company. The student interns also have the opportunity to receive valuable training required for professionals working in the environmental field, such as HAZWOPER certification, which qualifies them to work at field sites, where companies need them. This training is also supported with MWDI funds.
For more information and an application form, please see the link below.
Millennium Workforce Development Initiative Environmental Internship Program
2. Search for a visiting scholar in bioremediation at the University of Hawaii
The Biosystems Engineering Department of the University of Hawaii at Manoa seeks a visiting scholar to assist in the development of curricula, and research and demonstration programs in bioremediation, and to interact with representatives of industry and the military to strengthen bioremediation technology and services in Hawaii. The Biosystems Engineering program will provide a stipend to partially support the candidate during the assignment at the University of Hawaii which is intended to begin in the summer or fall of 2000 and have a duration of at least one semester.
To view the complete advertisement, please access the following link:
Visiting scholar in bioremediation at the University of Hawaii
3. Bio Techniques Internship 2000
College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources (CTAHR), University of Hawaii presents this opportunity for professionals in the chemical analysis field to undergo internships with Dr. Qing X. Li of the Molecular Biosciences and Biosystems Engineering Department. Dr. Li has established a reputation for excellence in good laboratory practices and reliable analyses of organic contaminants (petroleum hydrocarbons, PCBs, PAHs, pesticides, etc.) in the environment. His laboratory is involved in developing new methods, such as immunoassays, supercritical fluid extraction, and pressurized fluid extraction, for the analysis of organic contaminants. The internship will provide professionals in the chemical analysis field with knowledge and hands-on experience with contemporary instruments and techniques to assist in the development of environmental technology industries and service providers in the State of Hawaii.
For more information, please access the following link:
Bio Techniques Internship 2000