GLAS Undergraduate Student Coaches

Are you looking for an on-campus position that allows you to:

  • meet students from around the world
  • be introduced to various cultures
  • earn a competitive wage
  • improve your communication and tutoring skills
  • work in a friendly environment with other supportive undergraduate students?

If so GLAS (Graduate Language Assessment & Support) may be the place for you! GLAS Coaches work with international students on oral communication in English, U.S. university teaching practices, orientation to campus and community, and cultural exchange. Applicants of all majors and experience levels are welcome.

Scan the QR code for the Handshake job posting.

Ph.D. Opportunities at George Mason University

Two Ph.D. opportunities in the Department of Geography and Geoinformation Sciences are available at George Mason University. The university is seeking candidates with strong foundations in transportation, geography analysis, and research interests. Ideal candidates would have experience with mobility, accessibility, spatial interaction, transportation infrastructure, and the influences of emerging technologies on urban design and travel behavior. Applicants should hold a Master’s in Geography, Urban and Regional Planning, Engineering, Computer Science, Data Analytics, or a related field.

Interested candidates are encouraged to send their curriculum vitae and a paragraph explaining their interests and skills to Alireza Ermagun at

A.E. Seaman Mineral Museum Summer Help

The A. E. Seaman Mineral Museum is hiring students for the summer. Work would start no later than the week of Monday, May 1st, 2023. Preferably there would be training shifts that would start at the beginning of April. The position is focused on the museum’s gift shop, retail sales, and sales inventory. The ideal student should have a minimum of 4-hour blocks of time available to work and preferably longer as well as the ability to work between 9 am and 5 pm. Availability on Saturdays would also be ideal. Retail sales and/or customer service experience is strongly preferred. Knowledge of geology and minerals is not required. Starting pay $12/hr.

Contact the A.E. Seaman Mineral Museum on Michigan Tech’s campus for more information.

Sustainability Data Analyst

  • Sustainability Data Analyst
    • This position will work for CVS to support data collection and monitoring of enterprise sustainability initiatives, emissions and energy, plastic, water, waste and other environmental sustainability data. There are two open positions. One will cover the Enterprise Data and the other will support Supply Chain Data.
    • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience is required.
    • This position is ideally located in New England, but remote work is negotiable.

Interdisciplinary Scientist

The Interdisciplinary Scientist will work with the New York Cities team at The Nature Conservancy.

The scientist will provide technical and scientific support and leadership related to understanding, visualizing, and communicating about the social-ecological systems of cities in an applied context. 

A master’s degree in a science related field and 2 years of experience or equivalent combination of education and experience are required.

Applications are due by March 26, 2023

Paid Internship in Historical Archaeology

  • Paid Internship in Historical Archaeology
    • The Department of Archaeology and Landscapes at Thomas Jefferson’s Poplar Forest is offering one funded research position for May 30 through July 21, 2023.  
    • This internship is intended for early-phase graduate students and advanced undergraduates who have previous field training and are looking for more experience conducting fieldwork and supervising field school students in a research-oriented setting. 
    • The application deadline is April 1, 2023.

Postdoctoral Research Associate at the University of Montana

State Program Administrator at the University of Minnesota

  • State Program Administrator Principal
    • This position:
      • provides professional policy analysis and policy related information services to the Minnesota Forest Research Council.
      • has statewide responsibility for developing and implementing Minnesota Forest Research Council forest policy initiatives. 
      • manages a variety of policy related communications and stakeholder outreach initiatives.
      • manages the policy information functions and assists as necessary with administrative tasks and functions.
    • The work location is at the University of Minnesota in St. Paul.
    • The application closes 03/15/2023.

Summer Field School in Italy

  • San Gemini Preservation Studies-Summer Field School in Italy
    • Offers students the opportunity to study and travel in Italy where they acquire hands-on experience in restoration and conservation.  
    • Two sessions are available and focus on different specialties. An intersession focused on travel is also available.
      • Session I: June 5 – June 30, 2023 (programs include historic buildings, archaeological ceramics and book binding restoration)
      • Intersession:  Italy Preservation Tour – July 2 to July 11, 2023
      • Session 2: July 17 – August 11, 2023 (programs include paper restoration and painting techniques)
    • These sessions are available as a certificate or as university credits.

Funded Internal Graduate Research Assistant Position

The research project is titled Landfill Mining: Pasts and Futures of Waste Management and starts summer or fall 2023.

This 1-year research position is part of a US Department of Energy-funded team investigating the potential benefits and impacts of “landfill mining.”

The candidate will work with Dr. Jonathan Robins to investigate patterns of landfill development and engage in interdisciplinary research to evaluate the impacts of landfill mining on landfill-adjacent communities.

Landfills and other waste management sites are frequently the causes of environmental and social injustices, yet many waste sites also hold substantial quantities of aluminum and other resources.

New and current students in Social Sciences graduate programs are eligible to apply (IHA, EEP, and Sustainable Communities) as well as current undergraduates applying for accelerated MS degrees in these programs.

Please contact Dr. Robins at to arrange an informational interview about this position.