It’s never too early to plan ‘0.0’

What will you do when you graduate? check out these sites:
Internships:
http://www.resess.unavco.org/resess.html

Interested in Mining?? https://www.humis.utah.edu/humis/docs/organization_308_1296060136.pdf

Want a scholarship or to go to Shell Drilling Camp for undergraduates:
http://www.shell.us/home/content/usa/aboutshell/careers/students_and_graduates/development/

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New Semester Begins Soon!

Hello everyone! The beginning of fall semester draws nearer and with it comes JagFest and beyond! Prepare yourselves for a most awesome time in the next few months! We have a lot planned for you so watch for updates.

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FREE PIZZA & Great Speaker – Spread the Word!

USA Geology Club is hosting a new speaker this coming Monday, April 18th (Life Science RM#119 from 12:15pm – 1:15pm.)   Her name is Jamie Bartel and she works for CDM, a construtction/engineering firm that utilizes the expertise of both geologist and engineers.  Her presentation will discuss what it means to be a geologist and a project manager in the environmental geologic field.  The projects discussed may vary from contaminant remediation and coastal restoration to just talking about her career :)
Bare points:
Most important ***FREE Pizza will be served **** (courtesy of CDM)
What: Project Manager, Jamie Bartel
Where: Life Sciences Rm#119
When: Monday, April 18th from 12:15pm – 1:15pm
Be there or be square :)
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Got cookies?

Bake Sale – Fundraiser

We are raising funds for our Geology scholarships. This Bake Sale will be our last chance to meet our $500.00 goal!! If you have goodies that you would like to donate to sell please bring them next Monday, 4/4, to the 1st Floor of Life Sciences between 8am – 12noon. If you are in need of a snack come by and buy a treat :)
When
Mon Apr 4 1pm – 5pm GMT (no daylight saving)
Where
Life Sciences Bldg 1st Floor (map)

 

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Teck is hiring!

TeckJobAd_Universities

Click the link above for full posting from Teck.

Teck is a diversified resource company committed to responsible mining and mineral development with majorbusiness units focused on copper, metallurgical coal, zinc and energy. Headquartered in Vancouver, Canada, Teckis currently seeking multiple individuals for various Geoscience roles.

Teck has multiple openings for Geoscientists and Technicians to work with our North America Exploration team. With offices in Vancouver and Guadalajara, we are looking for summer students, recent graduates and experienced geoscientists to grow our copper, zinc and gold exploration teams in Canada, USA and Mexico. The roles will combine the highest technical, health, safety, environmental and community relations standards and offer career opportunities with a dynamic, discovery-driven team.

Required Skills, Qualifications and ExperienceAll roles involve team-driven communication, execution of programs to the highest technical standards, employment of best practices within and between relevant stakeholders as appropriate and continuous improvement of project HSE systems. Qualified applicants should be eligible to work in Canada, USA or Mexico.

How to ApplyEligible candidates are encouraged to send a cover letter and resume to hr.van@teck.com by March 20th.Or, come visit us at the Teck booth at PDAC, March 6-9:

 

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Have you signed up?

Tuesday, Mar. 1st – 2 different short courses offered today!!!
**** 12:05 to 1:25 pm in Life Sciences 119 Dr. Fred Schroeder will be giving a talk on “Prepping for a Petroleum Geology Career”
**** 3:00 pm to 9:00pm in Life Sciences Rm#337 will be a free Seismic Stratigraphy short course. However you must sign up for this course outside of Rm#337!!

Dr. Fred Schroeder of Exxon-Mobil (retired), a direct report of Peter Vail during his career (Vail is the geologist who literally discovered global sea-level change using seismic data and completely deciphered it’s geological history to create the famous “Vail Chart”) will be traveling through our area on Tuesday, March 1, 2011.  Fred has graciously agreed to offer you a free SeismicStratigraphy short course from 3 PM – 9 PM (Life Sciences 337), as well as a talk on “Prepping for a Petroleum Geology Career” (from 12:05 to 1:25 pm in Life Sciences 119).

 

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Have you signed up?

Monday, Feb. 28th – Life Sciences Rm #119 “Successful Job Hunting for Geologists”
Dr. Connors will be giving a short course on job hunting and he says, “This is the only one I’ll give this semester.  All are welcome.  If possible, bring a resume.  Come prepared to take notes and work!”

Tuesday, Mar. 1st – Life Sciences RM#337 “SeismicStratigraphy Short Course”
YOU NEED TO SIGN UP FOR THIS COURSE (outside of Rm 337)
Dr. Fred Schroeder of Exxon-Mobil (retired), a direct report of Peter Vail during his career (Vail is the geologist who literally discovered global sea-level change using seismic data and completely deciphered it’s geological history to create the famous “Vail Chart”) will be traveling through our area on Tuesday, March 1, 2011.  Fred has graciously agreed to offer you a free SeismicStratigraphy short course from 3 PM – 9 PM (Life Sciences 337), as well as a talk on “Prepping for a Petroleum Geology Career” (from 12:05 to 1:25 pm in Life Sciences 119).

 

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