Representatives from the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will discuss careers and internships this summer during the next installment of the Voinovich School Energy and Environmental Brownbag on Friday, February 24 from 12 – 1 p.m. in Bldg. 22, Room 221 at The Ridges.
Erica Fetty-Davis from the Division of Air Pollution Control along with Andrew Phillips, an environmental specialist/fish biologist from the Division of Surface Water, will describe the positions available within the various programs in the agency. A representative from the Ohio EPA Human Resources department, Sarah Lemananski, will also provide insight on the application process and answer any questions about the opportunities available.
The Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs Energy and Environmental Brownbag Series runs each semester. These Friday forums include an informal lunch presentation and Q&A related to environmental topics of interest. The events are open to all Voinovich School students, as well as OHIO faculty, staff and students and the community. Free pizza will be served, and attendees are encouraged to bring their own water bottles.
Not sure how to get up to The Ridges? Check out the Red Line CATS Shuttle, the Athens Public Transit routes, walk or ride your bike.
For additional information, contact Loraine McCosker at email@example.com.