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While you're a student, take advantage of University of Utah's Career & Professional Development Center. CPDC offers coaching and tons of resourcesDan Moseson is the career coach for the College of Humanities.

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University of UT Water Center

The University of Utah Water Center is looking for an experienced Writing Instructor to provide writing training for programs in the U.S.-Pakistan Center for Advanced Studies in Water (USPCASW) project.

Primary duty is to deliver an existing, semester-based writing course for visiting graduate engineering students from Pakistan. The writing training helps students to improve the quality of their theses and other written research products.

Secondary duties include support in editing final thesis documents, development and delivery of short-term writing workshops, editing of research reports and technical papers, and similar short-term assignments.

This is a part-time position starting as soon as available for a one-year appointment with possible extension pending funding availability and satisfactory performance. Hours vary by week, but are expected to be on average 20 hours/week. For candidates with broader communication experience, additional duties and time may be possible.

Open 'til filled.

Friends of the Great Salt Lake

FRIENDS of Great Salt Lake (FRIENDS) is a membership-based, non-profit organization that strives to preserve and protect the Great Salt Lake Ecosystem and to increase public awareness and appreciation of the lake through education, research, advocacy, and the arts. FRIENDS is seeking a full-time Education & Outreach Director to oversee the educational and community outreach initiatives of the organization and support the organization’s general administration.

This position will close at 5pm on Friday, February 1, 2019.


Uplift is accepting applications for their 2019 Organizing Fellowship! As a fellow, you will gain skills, support, and relationships to build the youth-led movement for climate justice on the Colorado Plateau. You will support actions throughout the year and organize the fifth annual Uplift Climate Conference. Learn more and apply by January 31.

Fellows are expected to attend two retreats and contribute 2-5 hours per week towards Uplift organizing. Fellows will be awarded a $1200 stipend for a seven month period of organizing. Applicants should be between 16 to 30 years of age.

Why be a fellow?

As a youth-led, grassroots movement, Uplift inspires hope for climate justice on the Colorado Plateau. The region’s frontline communities and wild places face daunting threats--from extreme extraction to megadrought. Uplift’s 2019 Climate Conference will play a critical role in building unity, educating, and sparking action for needed change. Fellows will experience the joy of bringing together hundreds of passionate, young climate justice advocates. Fellows will also gain skills through organizing with the Uplift Climate Action Council and mentorship from past conference organizers.

Questions? Email Apply today!

Wildlands Network

Exciting news for 2019 - Wildlands Network is hiring two new staff positions to be based in Salt Lake!

We're looking to hire both a Development Director and Communications Specialist.

Please circulate these postings to anyone you think might be interested. And if they or you have any questions, just contact me directly!




Katie Davis

Western Program Director

Wildlands Network 

Cell: (801) 560-2414

Summer opportunities:

 The Freeflow Institute invites you to earn credit and take your craft outside this summer on one of our river writing workshops.

 Freeflow offers intelligently structured, professionally catered trips into wild spaces, affording established and emerging writers, artists, and athletes the time, community, and inspiration to take their craft outside and build creative cohorts of advocates for thoughtful strategic environmental preservation. In 2018, Freeflow successfully kicked off its inaugural season down the Main Salmon and Missouri Rivers. Two full courses with writers of all ages, abilities, and experiences floated the rivers and wrote with award-winning writers, fine-tuning their craft while learning new lessons, tools, and approaches.

 In summer 2019 Freeflow offers three new courses hosted by exceptional writers, all well-known in their genre and field. Float down the Green River through Gates of Ladore with Pam Houston of Contents May Have Shifted, calling on  desert sandstone to fuel creative innovation. Immerse yourself in one of America's Wild and Scenic Rivers, the Main Salmon, with adventure writer Brendan Leonard of Semi-Rad. Or, stay local in Montana on the Big Blackfoot with non-fiction author and poet Chris Dombrowski, author of Body of Water.

 If you are interested in combining your passion for wild places and storytelling, consider adding an experience with Freeflow Institute to your academic program. Earn 2 credits towards your degree at the University of Montana, or work with us to transfer the UM courses to your home institution. Courses run June, July, and August and range from four to six days in duration. Scholarships are available and students can earn graduate or undergraduate credits for most programs.

 Please contact us for registration information and/or questions at: or visit our website

 Not sure? Read this testimonial from a 2018 Freeflow participant:

 “As an alum of the 2018 class, I whole-heartedly endorse this course and river trip; one of the very best things I have done during my sabbatical!  Chandra puts together an outstanding river course and experience with a fantastic crew of river guides and fellow instructors; a once-in-a-lifetime experience in a wilderness setting that I feel so lucky to have completed. Don't hesitate -- sign up for this wonderful course!”

Dan Spencer, Professor Environmental Studies, University of Montana


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Intern | Freeflow Institute | Take your craft outside

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Missoula, Montana


Last Updated: 1/30/19