Month: October 2019

Graduate position: UTennessee_Knoxville.EvolBiology

The Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB) at the University
> of Tennessee, Knoxville, is seeking applications from prospective graduate
> students who wish to pursue a research-based Masters or PhD degree. Our
> ecology program is among the top 10% for research impact in North America
> (Keville et al., 2017). We pride ourselves on supporting the professional
> growth and career success of our students, as evidenced by their excellent
> track record of important scientific discoveries, publications in top
> journals, participation in international scientific meetings, receiving
> prestigious national and international funding, and placement in their
> desired career pathways (whether that leads them to top research and/or
> teaching institutions, positions in public/governmental agencies, or
> private industry – see
> Our faculty work across a broad range of exciting questions in a
> collaborative, collegial department. We investigate interactions within
> and between levels of biological organization; our study systems span
> from genes to ecosystems (see
> and a few brief examples at the end
> of this message). We integrate experimental, survey, theory, modeling
> and statistical approaches with a rich tradition of natural history in
> pursuit of these topics.
> While we encourage students to pursue independent funding opportunities,
> our policy is to admit students only when we are confident we have
> funding support available for the full duration of their studies (provided
> adequate progress in the program).  We provide funding to both Master¢s
> and PhD students through teaching assistantships, regardless of their
> citizenship. Our goal is to recruit a diverse pool of students on a range
> of metrics, including background, career stage, and research interests.
> Our program relies on the strong mentorship bond between student and
> advisor(s). We therefore give very strong preference to candidates
> who have already communicated with their potential advisor(s) before
> submitting their application. Our deadline for applications is Dec 1st,
> 2019, so we suggest reaching out to potential advisors at least 2 weeks
> before submitting your application to allow for low-stress communication.
> Read more about us at and find our application instructions and materials
> at
> . If
> you need help with the online application, please contact the Graduate
> Admissions Staff assigned to EEB. For other questions, please contact
> Prof. Nina Fefferman, Chair of the Graduate Admissions Committee.
> Brief examples of some of the foci of strength in our program include (but
> are not limited to) the large numbers of faculty who work as quantitative
> bioscientists in a variety of fields,,
> and conservation biology,  There are also
> many faculty members working on predictive ecological and evolutionary
> frameworks for the outcome of plant-soil-microbial interactions under
> global change.
> Nina Fefferman <>

Graduate position: Clemson.OralMicrobeEvolution

> Vincent Richards’ lab in the Department of Biological Sciences at
> Clemson University is accepting applications for a PhD position.
> The overarching research theme will focus on the oral microbiome and
> the relationship between the bacterial and fungal components of this
> community. Specific questions include how these taxa respond and adapt to
> this dynamic environment. Operating over numerous time scales, multiple
> host factors such as diet, health, disease, and host genotype can impact
> the oral environment and hence are strong evolutionary forces that can
> shape and select for changes within the community. We are particularly
> interested in the interplay and co-evolution of bacterial and fungal
> components of the community and how these processes are impacted
> by immunosuppression. Multiple omic approaches such as comparative
> genomics, metagenomics, and metatranscriptomics will be coupled with
> network analyses to address these questions.
> Desirable skills include experience analyzing next-generation sequence
> data and proficiency with Linux/bash. However, these are not absolute
> requirements as the student will be trained in numerous omic and
> bioinformatic approaches. Importantly, the student should possess a
> great deal of enthusiasm, curiosity, and imagination.
> The position will be available Fall 2020 and the salary will initially
> range between $22,000/year and $25,000/year plus benefits and tuition
> (commensurate with experience and qualifications). Increases are
> possible. Applicants should contact Vincent Richards directly at
> Please provide a cover letter (describing research
> interests, experience, and career goals) and a CV that includes links
> to any authored publications.
> Clemson University is ranked 27th among top national public universities
> and 70th among all national universities by U.S. News & World Report and
> is located on Lake Hartwell near the Blue Ridge Mountains in beautiful
> Upstate South Carolina.
> Vincent P. Richards, PhD
> Assistant Professor
> Department of Biological Sciences
> Clemson University
> Clemson, SC 29634
> Email:
> Lab website:;;sdata=vlQ3lI5vfxwdUrwBAu3P0iZFPAUArmDtZ0AkGd4RYcc%3D&amp;reserved=0
> Vincent Paul Richards <>

Pest Management Position at Bryce Canyon National Park

*To learn more and apply please follow the link below: *


In cooperation with the National Park Service (NPS) Bryce Canyon National

Park (BRCA), the Great Basin Institute (GBI) seeks an Integrated Pest

Management (IPM) Specialist to assist the park IPM Coordinator in

developing, writing, and implementing an IPM plan for the park. The GBI IPM

Specialist will work with NPS facilities and resource management staff to

evaluate pest-related needs in the park, install exclusion features on park

structures, and record pest-related management data for future

decision-making purposes. The IPM Specialist will work in the field and in

the office with NPS employees while participating in day-to-day integrated

pest management, assist in IPM Plan writing, and entering pest management

data into park databases.



   With the assistance of park staff, develop and complete an integrated

   pest management (IPM) plan for the park.


      Review Federal laws, NPS Policies, BRCA Management Plans, and

      conservation best practices.


      Draft a pest management plan for the park that allows integration of

      various tools and strategies, considers environmental consequences of

      actions, and is adaptive to a wide range of pest issues, while


      providing for the safety of employees and visitors. The plan will be

      compliant with federal laws, policies, and management plans.


   Assist with implementing pest management throughout the park.


      Order supplies and maintain inventory.


      Support management of the IPM project budget.


      Assist the Wildlife Biologist with removal of animal pests from park



      Provide training and information to park employees and visitors

      regarding pests and associated diseases and safe protocols for managing

      pest issues.


   Assess pest-related needs in park facilities.


      Prioritize park facilities for assessments.


      Evaluate facilities for exclusion, trapping, and monitoring needs.


      Provide a report on facility conditions in regards to pest issues and



   Install exclusion measures, or other pest management features, in park



      Acquire materials for effective exclusion.


      Install exclusion measures on park facilities.


      Evaluate and report on effectiveness of exclusion measures.

This opportunity will provide the selected candidate with experience in

park pest management while ensuring health and safety of visitors and

employees, and conserving park natural and cultural resources. The IPM

Specialist will become familiar with federal, state, and local laws, NPS

policies, BRCA Management Plans, and conservation measures that guide pest

management in a national park.

*Location:*Bryce Canyon National Park is located in southwestern Utah.

Natural, cultural, and recreation resources abound in the park and

throughout this region. The park offers beautiful red rock and hoodoo

formations, a wide variety of programs and events, as well as hiking and

camping opportunities.

The region includes other unique and awe inspiring parks such as Zion

National Park, Cedar Breaks National Monument, Capital Reef National Park,

Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, and many more. It’s an adventurer’s


*Compensation:*• Pay Rate: $22.00/hour

• Benefits: Limited Health, Dental and Vision Insurance completely paid for

by the Great Basin Institute and available starting the first day of

service; paid federal holidays and personal leave

• Park housing available for rent during employment term

*Timeline:*• Duration: 40 week appointment starting in late January

• Full time, 40 hours/week

Sage Bates

Recruitment and Compliance Coordinator

Great Basin Institute

16750 Mt. Rose Highway

Reno, NV 89511-8774

775-674-5489 (office)

The Great Basin Institute advances environmental research, education, and

service throughout the west. The institute promotes applied research and

ecological literacy through community engagement and agency partnerships to

support national parks, forests, open spaces and public lands.

@gbinstitute   |

@GreatBasinInstitute    |


Project Coordinator Position for NSF S-STEM Program

Position details and application process described below. Please contact project PI Dr. Alex Alexiades at with questions about the position and application process. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until position is filled.

Project Coordinator Engagement Achievement and Graduation for Low$B!>(BincomE Students (EAGLES)

Position Summary:

This position will provide project support for Heritage University$B!G(Bs and Portland State$B!G(Bs NSF Scholarships in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics award entitled $B!H(BEngagement Achievement and Graduation for Low$B!>(BincomE Students (EAGLES): A Partnership in STEM Education.$B!I(B The coordinator$B!G(Bs primary responsibilities will include managing day$B!>(Bto$B!>(Bday project demands, assistance with EAGLES scholar recruitment, gathering and maintaining data on scholarship recipients and project outcomes, assisting with recruitment at the HU campus, collaboration with the PSU Project Coordinator on maintaining contact with and assessment of student scholarship recipient progress, assisting with preparation for summer workshops, coordinating travel and stipends for events and outside personnel, compiling information on potential student research and/or outreach projects. The coordinator will assist the EAGLES principal investigator and co$B!>(Bprincipal investigators in various project activities, scheduling meetings, transcribing meeting notes, and completing budget, progress, and other reports for HU and NSF, website maintenance, answering HU and public queries about the program. Qualified applicant might be asked to teach undergraduate level STEM courses in an Affiliate or Adjunct Faculty capacity (with additional compensation).

Principal Duties and Responsibilities:

1.      Represents Heritage University in the most positive manner with prospective, former and current students, clients, suppliers and the community we serve. Interacts effectively with a diverse group of faculty, staff, students, YCACH partners, and other community members. Learns and adheres to the operating practices and policies of the Center and Heritage University.

2.      Upholds the Heritage University Mission Statement.

3.      Handles confidential information with tact, discretion and in compliance with FERPA regulations.

4.       Assist Associate Professor and the co$B!>(BPIs with the weekly administration of the EAGLES project. Facilitate the activities of EAGLES scholars and the relationship with Portland State University.

5.      Administer EAGLES S$B!>(BSTEM scholar recruitment program, e.g., coordinating advertising and answering queries from potential applicants

6.      Set up meetings, e.g., determine participant availability and reserve space

7.      Make travel arrangements and reimbursements for EAGLES faculty and senior personnel

8.      Purchase supplies (with PI approval)

9.      Facilitate community partnerships and internships

10.   Complete program accounting/budgeting and submit reports to HU and NSF

11.   Attend EAGLES meetings and take notes for distribution

12.   Assist in the development and submission of progress reports to NSF

13.   Prepare EAGLES program information for internal and external distribution

14.   Assist in EAGLES website development and conduct regular posting and maintenance

15.   Prepare EAGLES correspondence for PI and co$B!>(BPIs

16.   Work with the PI, data analyst, and external evaluator in assessing the program$B!G(Bs effectiveness and completing the annual progress report.

Required Experience and Skills:

1.      Minimum of B.S. or B.A. degree (Master$B!G(Bs or PhD preferred)

2.      Two years of work experience, preferably some involving program management

3.      Excellent writing and speaking abilities

4.      Strong interpersonal skills for working in teams

5.      Excellent computing skills, e.g., word processing and spreadsheet analysis

6.      Working knowledge with various field and laboratory equipment

7.      Teaching experience in undergraduate STEM courses preferred

8.      Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred

9.      Successful completion of significant coursework or a minor in diversity inclusion leadership and intercultural competency (preferred).

10.   Familiarity with HU$B!G(Bs or higher education administrative procedures (preferred).

APPLICATION INFORMATION AND DEADLINE Applications should include the following:

*       Cover Letter

*       Vitae/Resume

*       List of References (names, email addresses & phone numbers of 3-5 current professional references).

*       Transcripts (copies acceptable for initial screening)

*     HU Employment Application                       Click here for link to HU Employment application

Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

To apply, please email application material to: or Heritage University Office of Human Resources 3240 Fort Road Toppenish, WA 98948

Bermuda Programs from BIOS – Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences

Please see:

Education | BIOS – Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences

Education is a key aspect of BIOS’s mission, directly linking our scientific research to hands-on learning opportunities for students in Bermuda and those visiting from abroad.

You can send questions to Andrew Peters <>, Director of University Programs at BIOS, who can provide all detailed information about the various programs offered by BIOS.


Want to go on a seal watch?

Hello all,


If you are interested in going on a Project O seal watch (for free), please contact me:


My class is going on a seal watch on Saturday, November 23, 10:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. We have plenty of room on the boat and would be happy to have guests. You may invite friends or family who are not UConn members (Project O does not allow young children, if you need an age cut-off, let me know). I will continue to add people to the trip until the occupancy limit is reached – first come, first served.


This boat trip leaves from the Avery Point campus, in Groton.


Please share this message with UConn colleagues and students.


Best regards,





Jamie Vaudrey, Ph.D.

Assistant Research Professor

Department of Marine Sciences

University of Connecticut

Internship Opportunity at El Verde Field Station, El Yunque National Forest





January 14 through May 15, 2020

Complete applications must be submitted by *November 8, 2019*

*RESEARCH DESCRIPTION: *The University of Puerto Rico will carry out a

seedling census in the 16-ha Luquillo Forest Dynamics Plot (LFDP), located

in the El Yunque National Forest in Puerto Rico. The LFDP is a member of

the Smithsonian Center for Tropical Forest Science network. For this

project we are seeking nine (9) volunteer interns to complete our annual

Hurricane Assessment and help identify and measure seedlings in marked

plots in the LFDP. We are also looking for one (1) volunteer for the Stream

Fre Project (duties include: monthly sampling of different aspects of the

stream food chain, sorting leaf litter, general lab duties and some manual

labor). Following training in census protocol and database management, the

volunteers will work in the forest in teams, spending long hours in the

field (8 am until 4 pm, Monday-Friday, with weekends free), often in wet

and muddy conditions and on challenging topography. Volunteers will enter

all collected data, using database software. While in Puerto Rico

volunteers will have the opportunity to learn about diverse aspects of

tropical ecology from scientists involved in the Luquillo Long-Term

Ecological Research Program.

*PERIOD: *January 14 through May 15, 2020.

*STIPEND: *$600 per month to cover food and general living expenses.

*ACCOMMODATION: *Free accommodation at *El Verde Field Station *in Puerto

Rico. Housing is communal using shared resources. The field station is

relatively isolated, and transportation is available on a limited basis.

The field station has limited access to power since we work with a


*TRAVEL: *Refund of up to $750 towards a round-trip plane ticket from

mainland USA, if not already living in Puerto Rico.

*NOTE: *We are unable to provide any medical insurance.

*REQUIREMENTS: *College graduates with background in biology, ecology,

environmental science, or related field, preferably with field-work

experience, knowledge of plant identification, and excellent organizational

skills. Tropical experience useful but is not required. We are currently

only considering US citizens and permanent US residents for these


*APPLICATION PROCEDURE: *Interested applicants must fill out the

online *Application

Form *(if the link to the left does not work see



The following additional materials must also be submitted via email to the

LFDP Research Manager, Jamarys Torres-Díaz, at by

November 8:

1) A letter of interest indicating why you wish to work in a tropical

forest and describing your relevant experience. Include a statement that

you understand your application is for a volunteer position;

2) Full resume;

3) University transcripts (scanned unofficial transcripts are fine);

*All email attachments must include the name of the applicant as part of

the file name*. *Please include “seedling census” or “Stream Fre” as part

of your subject line, as we may be hiring for multiple positions. *

Please email further inquiries to

Following phone interviews, we will inform successful applicants in late

November 2019.

Reminder: Applications for Coastal Ecosystems Data Tech. Due Friday 11/1

Hello Everyone,

This is a quick reminder that The Coastal Carbon Network and MarineGeo at Smithsonian Environmental Research Center are searching for a Coastal Ecosystems Data Technician. It’s a great job for recent graduates, especially those who have some experience in R and a passion for impactful team science. Please forward to any qualified candidates you know are looking for that next step in the career. We’re closing the search this Friday Nov. 1st. Please visit our website, or read the full post below for more information.


James Holmquist


Smithsonian Environmental Research Center

(443) 482-2267

@CoastalCarbon |;;sdata=bGgVkkhYqgWd8fiVDVv9Nkyl1Zzn9Muqml7VkL9JsIg%3D&amp;reserved=0

Coastal Ecosystems Data Technician

Application Period: October 16 to November 1, 2019

Pay: $37,955-$47,016 depending on experience

Contract Period: 1-year subject to renewal depending on performance and funding

                Coastal ecosystems support specialized plant, microbe and animal species that collectively form some of the Earth’s most productive and diverse ecosystems. Tidal marshes, mangrove swamps, and seagrass meadows remove large amounts of the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and bury it in soils for centuries to millennia. Coral and oyster reefs buffer our coastlines from storm damage and provide critical habitat for fisheries. The biodiversity found in all these coastal ecosystems is central to their healthy functioning, yet they are under severe pressure from human activity which threatens to diminish the many benefits they provide.

The Data Technician will work with two related programs based at the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center (SERC): the Coastal Carbon Network (CCN) and the Marine Global Earth Observatory (MarineGEO). The goal of the CCN is to accelerate the pace of discovery in coastal carbon science by serving a community of researchers and practitioners with data, tools and synthesis opportunities. MarineGEO is a Smithsonian-led, global network of partners using a standard toolkit of observations and coordinated experiments to understand changing nearshore marine ecosystems in the age of humans. For both programs, the technician will support the major data analysis and sharing goals. Duties will include handling data submissions from outside researchers, completing literature reviews, building databases, web interfaces, and online tools, providing technical support during collaborative science meetings, and contributing to the overall scientific quality of the operation. The technician will work with Research Scientists James Holmquist and Pat Megonigal on CCN and Director Emmett Duffy and Coordinating Scientist Jon Lefcheck on MarineGEO.

This position requires a BS in ecology, environmental science, geography, computer science or a related discipline, and some coding experience in programs such as R or Python. The ideal candidate would have experience using GitHub to facilitate collaboration, proven experience with managing large or complex datasets, and familiarity with the science of coastal ecology, carbon cycling, biodiversity, climate change, or wetland research issues. Exemplary candidates will have one or more of the following: HTML and Web Design skills, experience with R-Shiny design, experience with producing field and lab data, and GIS proficiency.

As a single PDF, please send a brief cover letter outlining how you meet the required qualifications, a resume, and the names of three references to by November 1, 2019.

SERC is focused on understanding the causes and consequences of environmental change for marine, freshwater, and terrestrial ecosystems. The main campus is a 2,650-acre research site on the shores of the Chesapeake Bay in Edgewater Maryland. Facilities include the Global Change Research Wetland, the site of the known longest running ecological manipulation experiment. Nearby cities include historic Annapolis, Maryland’s capital, and D.C. The technician will be hired as a ‘Trust Employee’ through Smithsonian’s non-profit wing. This will entitle them to health, vision, dental, and other benefits.

Weeds, Fuels, and Restoration Technician Needed

*To learn more and apply please follow the link below: *;;sdata=jzH2B23rqF7eh68JggVdg75%2FzlH%2BnLW2UgD2kH5%2B5eY%3D&amp;reserved=0

The Great Basin Institute is working cooperatively with the Bureau of Land

Management to Southern Nevada District Office to bring on a Weeds, Fuels

and Restoration Technician. Invasive vegetation species encroachment in the

Mojave Desert has increased fire fuel loading and created negative

ecological impacts across the Southern Nevada District. The Weeds, Fuels

and Restoration Technician will work on behalf of the BLM Southern Nevada

District Office (SNDO) by assisting the SNDO Weeds, Fuels and Restoration

teams to locate, plan, and implement vegetation management projects. The

short-term goals are to reduce invasive species that contribute to habitat

loss and fire risk to the public and fire fighters, using the best

available science, mechanical, chemical means, and occasionally prescribed

fire. The long-term goal is to restore native vegetation to its natural

state when and where possible, reduce or eliminate invasive species and

associated fire risk to communities and wildlife habitat. The principle

purpose(s) will be to provide technical expertise and field support in

planning, managing and implementing vegetation and invasive species

treatments including fuels reduction and restoration projects in Mojave

Desert ecosystems.

*Specific tasks include, but are not limited to:*

– Standardization of field sampling methodology, including vegetation and

fuel load monitoring;

– Data collection utilizing GPS units and data quality assurance and

control (QA/QC);

– Transfer and storage of all monitoring information into agency GIS

including data development and management;

– Adequate analysis and reporting of data using common statistical and

graphical representation tools;

– Implementation planning and NEPA planning support;

– Complete and submit quarterly progress reports;

– Other duties related to invasive species management, including fire and


– Identifying invasive species

Project-related tasks are comprised of approximately 50% office tasks and

50% field tasks.

*To learn more and apply please follow the link below: *;;sdata=jzH2B23rqF7eh68JggVdg75%2FzlH%2BnLW2UgD2kH5%2B5eY%3D&amp;reserved=0

Leadership Development Program (Paid w/Benefits)

*To learn more and apply please follow the link below:*;;sdata=mCZLCkQ7FXCJWMh%2B64qBdxtgyK1DeGtpyRlNdt2VSTg%3D&amp;reserved=0

*Description: *

For the first three months, LDP members focus on individual and team growth

with mentorship that prioritizes the development of skills meant to prepare

you for the challenges of leading a crew. Some of the leadership training

topics include problem solving, conflict resolution, communication,

collaboration, team development, and effective decision-making.

Conservation technical training includes hazardous fuels reduction, trails

construction and maintenance, habitat restoration, and data collection.  At

NCC we believe skills are best acquired within the context of daily work


Upon successful completion of the leadership development training program

you will be assigned summer projects (based out of Reno, NV; Las Vegas, NV;

or Great Basin National Park) and will take on the responsibility of

leading a crew. You will coordinate with federal, state, and non-profit

partners to meet the conservation and resource management needs of our

public lands. You will be expected to collaborate with peers to see that

project goals are accomplished safely and efficiently. Based on your

specific projects you will be camped in the field with your crew on either

4-day and/or 8-day “tours” in primitive and remote locations. With

mentorship and training, crew leaders are expected to manage crews

effectively and facilitate an inclusive, cohesive community.

Different than any other professional experiences, being a crew leader with

the NCC is a full-time, intensive commitment. Preparing for projects and

leading a crew requires unwavering dedication and a willingness to put the

needs of others first. Successful applicants will demonstrate

dependability, excellent judgment, and high standards. We are looking for

individuals who will lead by example and be a role model for the members

who join our program. Though this position is challenging, the rewards are

abundant and the bonds forged with your crew, peers, and with the natural

world will last a lifetime.


Living allowance of up to $650 a week, receive per diem, a housing stipend,

and earn an education award. Click the link below to learn more about the

many benefits of participating in this program!

*Technical Trainings and Certifications include:*

   – Trail Maintenance and Construction

   – Dry Stone Masonry

   – USFS Felling and/or Bucking Certification

   – Chainsaw Maintenance

   – Fencing Construction and Maintenance

   – Habitat Restoration Methods

   – First Aid/CPR and Wilderness First Aid Certification

   – Leave No Trace Trainer Certification

   – Pesticide Applicators License (NV or CA)

   – Off Highway Vehicle Training

*General Qualifications:*

   – Maintaining a positive and professional attitude at all times while

   providing service

   – Showing respect when interacting with other members, leaders, staff,

   project sponsors and community members

   – Participating in in-field education sessions, presentations and crew


   – Participate in Service Day events outside of regular work schedule

*Leadership Qualifications:*

   – Clean driving record (must qualify to drive GBI Vehicles)

   – Current driver’s license

   – A willingness and desire to lead

   – Experience working within a Conservation or Youth Corps

   – Previous experience camping/backpacking in remote locations

   – Previous experience constructing recreational trails

   – Previous experience felling trees using chainsaw and/or crosscut

   – Strong critical thinking skills and creativity

   – Possessing the confidence and ability to make decisions quickly and

   under pressure

   – Receptive to feedback from superiors, peers, and subordinates.

   – Ability to establish and maintain a positive workplace culture and

   camp life experience.

*Physical Qualifications:*

   – Ability to work for 10.5 hours a day and to contribute to post-work

   day tasks and chores

   – Ability to hike up to 10 miles a day with heavy backpacks

   – Ability to carry 25 pounds continuously and 50 pounds occasionally

   – Ability to camp up to seven consecutive nights in primitive locations

   without access to running water and restrooms, all while in an all possible

   weather conditions. Assisting in food preparation, planning, and clean up

   – Ability to effectively operate machinery and tools while following

   production and quality standards set by the Nevada Conservation Corps

   – Follow strict safety protocol and maintain personal safety of self and


*AmeriCorps Qualifications:*

   – Ability to commit to an entire term of service with AmeriCorps

   – Be at least 17 years of age

   – Be a U.S Citizen or Legal Resident Alien

   – All position offers are conditional upon successful completion of an

   acceptable check of the National Sex Offender Public Registry and federal

   criminal background check. Any criminal convictions must be disclosed

   during the interview process

   – Be eligible to receive an AmeriCorps Education Award (Limit of four

   unique terms in a lifetime or the equivalent of two full-time education


   – Possess High school diploma or GED (or provide proof of intent to

   complete before using education award)

*To learn more and apply please follow the link below:*;;sdata=mCZLCkQ7FXCJWMh%2B64qBdxtgyK1DeGtpyRlNdt2VSTg%3D&amp;reserved=0