I am holding an information session for graduate students thinking of applying to participate in the summer 2020 UBC Sustainability Scholars Program.
During the session, I will provide general information about the program and application procedures. In addition, former scholars and mentors that have participated in the program will be there to answer questions and offer advice.
Could you share this announcement with your students and encourage them to register using the link below? I have also attached a pdf poster for you to distribute or print and a JPG for you to use as appropriate.
Thanks in advance for supporting the UBC Sustainability Scholars Program.
Best wishes for a relaxing winter break!
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UBC Sustainability Scholars Program Information Session
Are you a UBC graduate student?
Are you interested in . . .
- applying your research skills to solving real-world sustainability questions and challenges?
- getting paid while gaining valuable professional work experience?
- developing applied sustainability skills and knowledge under the guidance of a mentor?
- building a professional network of sustainability practitioners?
If this describes you, please attend the UBC Sustainability Scholars information session on Monday January 13 at 5:00 pm. At this session representatives from several of our partner organizations will speak about the kinds of opportunities Scholars can have while working in the program. We will also have former scholars and mentors there to answer your questions about what you can expect as a Scholar and what kinds of opportunities the program offers in terms of skills and job prospects.
When: Monday January 13, 2020 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Where: CIRS Building, 2260 West Mall, UBC Campus, BC Hydro Theatre (main floor)
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Program Manager | UBC Sustainability Initiative
The University of British Columbia | Vancouver Campus | Musqueam Traditional Territory
Room 2343, 2260 West Mall Vancouver, BC Canada V6T 1Z4
Phone 604 822-9362 | firstname.lastname@example.org | www.sustain.ubc.ca