The successful one-of-a-kind event is back! Hemispheric University Consortium (HUC) Virtual Internships 2022

📣 Registration for students to participate in the Second Edition of the HUC Virtual Research Internships is open!! 👨🔬👩🔬

The successful one-of-a-kind event is back! HUC Virtual Internships 2022

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As Miami Keeps Building, Rising Seas Deepen Its Social Divide

Ignoring sea level rise and intensifying flooding, Miami has continued to build luxury real estate near the water at a rapid pace. But as developers eye higher ground, communities of color will likely bear the heaviest burden from the changes …

By Logan Caswell
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Nature for all: Connecting communities of color with the outdoors

From an early age, many people don’t feel welcome in outdoor spaces or inspired to pursue environmental science careers. That needs to change.

It’s hot and disgustingly humid at Greenfield Lake in Wilmington, North Carolina, and I’ve …
By Carly Smith
Carly Smith Assoc. Director, Career Services
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Gen Z grew up with climate change. Now it’s starting to have an effect on their career choices

PUBLISHED THU, NOV 12 202010:00 AM ESTUPDATED THU, NOV 12 20203:51 PM EST

CNBC’s “College Voices 2020” is a series written by CNBC interns from universities across the country about coming of age, getting their college education and …

By Carly Smith
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Majority of Americans Want Companies Publicly Committed to Environmentally Friendly Practices

Over two-thirds of U.S. adults say companies should publicly report progress on environmental issues

79% of job-seekers want to work for a company committed to addressing climate change

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By Carly Smith
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Meet America’s Best Employers For New Graduates 2021

Retrieved from America’s Best Employers For New Graduates 2021 (forbes.com).
Edited by KRISTIN STOLLER

Our [Forbes] annual ranking of America’s best employers for new graduates is pertinent not just for the class of 2021, but for all pandemic-era graduates. One …

By Keashla Marengo
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7 Ways Job Searching Will Be Different in 2021 (and How You Can Adapt)

 

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I know everyone is tired of hearing the words “unprecedented” and “2020” together. So …

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Gen Z is the Next Driving Force in Food and Ag

By: Jaclyn Krymowski, Contributor agdaily.com

Retrieved from: https://www.agdaily.com/insights/generation-z-is-the-next-driving-force-in-food-and-ag/

It happens all the time, we see different generations collide as another comes of age to take the societal reins from the last. But things are quite a bit different this time …

By Douglas Neese
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Agricultural Education in the United States: Developing the Talent Pipeline

Written by: AgCareers.com 2019 U.S. Job Report, 2020 U.S. Agribusiness HR Review, Food and Agricultural Education Information System (FAEIS)

Retrieved from: AgCareers.com Analyzes Latest Trends in Ag Education

A look at trends in postsecondary enrollment and degrees.

While our industry …

By Douglas Neese
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Green Gigs: How to Launch a Stellar Sustainability Career

https://www.themuse.com/advice/green-gigs-how-to-launch-a-stellar-sustainability-career

As a corporate sustainability consultant at GreenOrder, the most common question I received was, “What type of graduate degree do I need to be a competitive candidate in this field?”

The first thing I’d say? “Slow …

By Carly Smith
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