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Digest for August 11, 2009

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Urban Agriculture Classes with Oregon Tilth
Big Brothers Big Sisters Columbia Northwest, Community Relations Assistant--AmeriCorps*VISTA
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SPECIALIST
Vice President, Project Management Group
Policy Intern
Two Internships in Evaluation and Visitor Studies at OMSI

Events

Urban Agriculture Classes with Oregon Tilth

Seed Saving

Oregon Tilth Urban Agriculture Class

Thursday, August 20, 6:00-8:00pm

Luscher Farm – 125 Rosemont Rd. West Linn, OR

Growing and saving old time vegetable varieties has become increasingly popular among urban gardeners as they seek to preserve genetic diversity, cultural heritage, and regional adaptation of crops. Learn how to save your favorite vegetable seeds for your own use and to share with friends. This class covers seed saving basics, from growing and harvesting, to proper drying and storing techniques. Practice how to process different kinds of seed and take home rare seed varieties saved from the Tilth demonstration garden. $28/ $25 Lake Oswego residents & Tilth members For more information or to register online, visit

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Jobs & Internships

Big Brothers Big Sisters Columbia Northwest, Community Relations Assistant--AmeriCorps*VISTA

Big Brothers Big Sisters Columbia Northwest Community Relations Assistant

General Purpose: The mission of Big Brothers Big Sisters is to help children reach their potential through professionally supported, one-to-one mentoring relationships. In only its seventh year of operations, Big Brothers Big Sisters Columbia Northwest has become the largest Big Brothers Big Sisters agency on the West Coast and the largest one-to-one mentoring program in Oregon, serving nearly 3,000 children in seven counties.

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Information

organization:Bonneville Environmental Foundation
position summary:

BONNEVILLE ENVIRONMENTAL FOUNDATION SEEKS FULL-TIME INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SPECIALIST Demonstrable experience with ERP systems required.

JOB TITLE: Information Technology Specialist REPORTS TO: VP, Finance & Operations HOURS: Monday-Friday 8:00-5:00

Note: The is a permanent, full-time position; it is not a contract position.

Summary

Salary / Pay Rate:Salary requirements must be included in cover letter. Applicants who omit salary requirements will not be considered.

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Information

organization:Bonneville Environmental Foundation
position summary:

JOB TITLE: VP, Project Management Group REPORTS TO: CEO STATUS: Regular Employee EXEMPT: Exempt LOCATION: Portland HOURS: Monday-Friday 8:00-5:00

The Bonneville Environmental Foundation (BEF) is seeking to fill a new position—Vice President, Project Management Group (PMG). Our mission is to support the development of renewable energy and watershed restoration while empowering people to shrink their carbon footprint. The VP, PMG is a member of BEF’s Executive Team and responsible for all aspects of BEF’s Project Management Group (PMG) including educational components.

Please submit your cover letter, resume, salary requirements and three references to [email protected] Submissions must include the job title in the subject line of the email.

Salary / Pay Rate:Salary requirements must be included in cover letter. Applicants who omit salary requirements will not be considered.

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Information

organization:Oregon League of Conservation Voters Education Fund
position summary:

OLCV Education Fund is seeking an intern to help update and publish a new online edition of the OLCV Education Fund Handbook for the Oregon Legislature.

Roles of the intern would include:

• Confirming (and in some cases recruiting) authors to update individual Handbook chapters • Providing research support for those authors • Coordinating the editing of their work • Posting the completed chapters on the OLCV Education Fund website

Timeline:

This project should take an estimated 6 to10 hours per week, on average, over the course of three months. An October 15th start date and January 15th end date are ideal, but those dates are negotiable to match a school calendar. (We also understand December would likely involve a break for the holidays no matter what).

Salary / Pay Rate:Unpaid Internship

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Two Internships in Evaluation and Visitor Studies at OMSI

Two Internships in Evaluation and Visitor Studies at OMSI

The Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI) is seeking two interns in Evaluation and Visitor Studies.  These are unpaid positions which offer the successful candidates the opportunity to be involved with data collection and analysis at a major non-profit organization.  Applications for these positions are being accepted immediately, and the positions will remain open until filled.

positioN:  Evaluation and Visitor Studies Intern - Audio Labels Project

Summary of position:

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