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I will be hitting over 20 colleges in the Northeast over the next few months, spreading the word about SCA through class presentations, info tables, student meetings, faculty meetings, and career fairs. I will be getting people interested in our amazing programs, connect with alumni and will be available to answer questions about benefits, what it’s really like to participate, and the application process.
I have been a recruiter for over six years and have visited countless schools,…Continue
It was finally my turn! There have been a number of Outdoor Nation summits happening across the country that a number of my co-workers have had the chance to go to (you may have read about some of them in this blog or maybe had the chance to go to one), so my excitement level was pretty high when Boston Outdoor Nation happened this past weekend, July 21-22. It felt like I had been waiting for this day for ages!
We kicked off on Friday with an SCA-led service project on Peddocks…Continue
While I can only speak for myself, I would be surprised to find out that I'm the only one that feels the way I do. It is fantastic to be able to see what folks are doing out there. While I know that conservation work can be done from an office (and some of it must be), it's nice to have a space to connect with the on the ground effort that is underwat to get it done.
One of my responsibilities here at the SCA is to vet the positions that our partners submit to ensure that…Continue
Added by Rob Terry on June 25, 2012 at 11:40am — No Comments