Recent Announcements

This page serves as a base to provide PPPM students with updates about internship and fellowship openings. Some campus jobs and local part-time jobs are also shared.

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Internships, Fellowships, and Scholarships

OrganizationPositionLocationEligibilityPaid/UnpaidHoursTypeApplication DeadlineSectorLink/Info
MercyCorpsGlobal Energy Analyst Intern Portland, ORGraduatePaidPTData Collection, Visualization & Model Development, GIS Analysis, Cost Analysis,
Sustainability, Energy Efficiency, Emissions Tracking
Open until filled. Apply to this competitive position ASAP. GlobalLearn more and ApplyLearn more about MercyCorps
Food for Lane County and Early Learning Stakeholders
Early Learning Outreach Program Specialist Intern, Summer 2019Lane County, ORGraduate/UndergraduateUnpaid. $100 Fred Meyer gift card includedPTAgency Collaboration, Community Outreach, Health Policy, Food InsecurityOpen until filled.Local/RegionalIntern will need to be able to transport themselves to partner agencies throughout Eugene/Springfield, so having a vehicle would be beneficial.

Learn more about FFLC at
Portland State University Hatfield School of Government:
Center for Public Service
Oregon Summer Fellowshipvarious throughout OregonGraduatePaidFTVarious in government, nonprofit, and private sector settings related to public service.Open process through June 15, 2019. Selections and placements begin March 2019. Best to apply immediately.

Priority deadline was February 15.
Federal, State, or Local; Nonprofit; PrivateInformation and Application links at
Portland State University Hatfield School of Government:
Center for Public Service
Hatfield Resident Fellow various throughout OregonPostGraduatePaidFTVarious in government, nonprofit, and private sector settings related to public service.Open process through June 15, 2019. Selections and placements begin March 2019. Best to apply immediately.

Priority deadline was February 15.
Federal, State, or Local; Nonprofit; PrivateInformation and Application links at
Oregon Senator Ron WydenState Office InternsPortland, ORGraduate/UndergraduateUnpaid/PaidPT-FTState and Federal Policy and LegislationApplications reviewed upon receipt. Open until filled. Ongoing, year-round openings. State/NationalLearn more and ApplyQuestions? Contact the State Intern Coordinator in Portland at (503) 326-7525 or
Oregon Senator Ron Wyden Creating Opportunity Internship (COIN) Program for individuals from underrepresented communitiesWashington, DCGraduate/UndergraduatePaid, ongoing through the yearFTFederal LegislationApplications reviewed upon receipt. Open until filledNational/StateLearn more and ApplyOregon residency or strong ties to Oregon are preferred.

Questions? Contact D.C. Intern Coordinator at (202) 224-5244 or
Eugene Science CenterPublic Programs InternEugene ORGraduate/UndergraduateUnpaidPTMuseum Education, Interpretation, Guest Experience, ProgrammingOpen until filledContact: Karyn Knecht ,
EDU - Education Interns descriptions 2018-2mauas4
Can intern Winter, Spring, Summer, or any combination of terms
Eugene Science CenterDevelopment Assistant InternEugene, ORGraduate/UndergraduateUnpaidPTEducation Sponsorships, Corporation Memberships, Grant Proposals, Special Events, Individual and Business Donors, Capital Projects, Database ManagementOpen until filledContact: Karyn Knecht ,

Development Intern Description, 2018-19-2iusxaa
Can intern Winter, Spring, Summer, or any combination of terms
Eugene Science CenterCurriculum and Program Development InternEugene ORGraduate/UndergraduateUnpaidPTSTEM curriculum development and teachingOpen until filledContact: Karyn Knecht ,

EDU - Education Interns descriptions 2018-2mauas4
Can intern Winter, Spring, Summer, or any combination of terms
City & County of Denver Department of Environmental HealthSustainable Neighborhoods InternshipDenver, COGraduate PaidPTCommunity Engagement, Resource Conservation, Environmental ProtectionOpen until filled; internships on rotating basisMunicipal/RegionalLearn more and apply at about the City & County of Denver at
Education Pioneers Impact Fellowship -- "10-month placement within a leading education organization. You’re matched with a project to advance data leadership or another strategic priority — where the skills and experience you bring can make the biggest impact, and where we believe you can grow and contribute beyond your role."Education Pioneer Impact FellowBoston, Chicago,
Washington DC, Denver, Kansas City, Los Angeles,
Memphis, Nashville, Newark,
New Orleans, New York,
San Francisco,
Graduate/ Recent Graduate/ Post GraduatePaidFTPriority Placements:
Data & Analytics; Strategic Project Management

Also includes professional development and networking opportunities
Open until filled. Priority Deadline was March 28, 2019. Local/Regional NationalLearn more and Apply to Education Pioneers Impact Fellowship

Virginia Sea GrantCoastal Resilience, Policy, & Communications Summer Internships & Fellowships, Summer 2019Graduate/UndergraduatePaidPT-FTPolicy, Communications, Coastal ResilienceVariable. Must look at individual postings. Open until filled. RegionalLearn more and Apply to the Coastal Resilience Internship programs
Lane County Public Health - Prevention Lane County programLane County Public Health Student Intern, Summer 2019Eugene, ORGraduateUnpaidPTCommunity Readiness Assessment preparation, collection, analysis, and reportingOpen until filledLocal/RegionalIf you are interested in the position, please send a resume and cover letter outlining your relevant experience and interests to:
Jennifer Webster, MA, MPH
Learn more about Prevention Lane County
City of Cottage GrovePark Planning Intern, Summer 2019Cottage Grove, ORGraduate/UndergraduatePaidFT (or approximate)Public Involvement; Drafting master plans for park and recreational facilities, Qualitative research; Technical writing; Public Presentation Open until filled. First review was April 26, 2019 Local/Municipal
City of Portland Bureau of Environmental Services Wastewater Group InternPortland, ORGraduate/UndergraduatePaidPTAdministrative Assistance,Community ServicesOpen until filled. First Review was April 29, 2019 Local/MunicipalLearn more and ApplyLearn more about the City of Portland
Homes for Good Housing AgencyNonprofit Administration Intern, Summer 2019Eugene, ORGraduate/UndergraduatePaidPTOrganizational Legal Processes for Non-profits, Board Governance and Bylaws, Researching Housing Authorities Non-profitsMay 10, 2019 for first reviewLocal/RegionalLearn more about Homes for Good
Diabetes Community Care TeamCommunity Engagement and Outreach InternEugene, ORGraduate/UndergraduatePaidPTFundraising, Special Events, Donor Solicitation, StorytellingMay 13, 2019 for first considerationLocal/RegionalLearn more about the Diabetes Community Care Team
St. Vincent de PaulDevelopment Support Internship

Eugene, ORGraduate/UndergraduateUnpaidPTDonor Prospects, Donor Stewardship, May 19, 2019, 11:59pm for first reviewLocal/RegionalLearn more about St. Vincent de Paul
St. Vincent de PaulCommunity Engagement Support Intern

Eugene, ORGraduate/UndergraduateUnpaidPTVolunteer Management and Stewardship, Volunteers in FundraisingMay 19, 2019, 11:59pm for first reviewLocal/RegionalLearn more about St. Vincent de Paul
SheltercareVolunteer Management Intern, Fall 2019Eugene, ORGraduate/UndergraduateStipendPTVolunteer management, resources, tools, implementationMay 20, 2019 for first reviewLocal/NonprofitLearn more about Sheltercare
Make-A-Wish Foundation Bay AreaCorporate Development Intern, Summer 2019Oakland, CAGraduate/UndergraduateUnpaidPTEvents, Correspondence, Data Management, Marketing/MediaApplications accepted on a rolling basis. Prefer availability June 3rd, 2019 through the end of AugustRegionalLearn more and ApplyLearn more about Make-A-Wish Bay Area
Make-A-Wish Foundation Bay AreaIndividual Giving Intern, Summer 2019Oakland, CAGraduate/UndergraduateUnpaidPTResearch, Grant Writing, Data Management, Communications, EventsApplications accepted on a rolling basis. RegionalLearn more and ApplyLearn more about Make-A-Wish Bay Area
Make-A-Wish Foundation Bay AreaAuction Events Internship, Summer 2019Oakland, CAGraduate/UndergraduateUnpaidPTEvents, Research, Communication, Data Management, ReportingApplications accepted on a rolling basis. Some specific dates for events require attendanceRegionalLearn more and ApplyLearn more about Make-A-Wish Bay Area
Planned Parenthood of Southwestern Oregon2019-2020 Youth Education InternshipEugene/Springfield, ORGraduate/UndergraduateUnpaidPTMeeting facilitation, Curriculum Development, Training and instruction, Team Building, Event Management, ResearchMay 28, 2019, 5pmRegionalLearn more and Apply
Oregon Department of Transportation Office of Civil RightsPublic Policy Intern, Summer 2019Salem, ORGraduatePaidFTFederal, state and local policy evaluation; Communications; Website editing; Data Visualization and Presentation;
Outreach; Educational script development, Training and document review
May 29, 2019StateLearn more and ApplyLearn more about ODOT's Office of Civil Rights
Northwest Film Center Fresh Film NW InternPortland, ORGraduate/UndergraduateUnpaid. Receives free Portland Art Museum admission and and NW Film Center screenings admission, gift shop discountsPTFresh Film NW Festival coordination, outreach, database maintenance, development and sponsor relationsOpen until filled. Position runs approximately June-November 2019 RegionalLearn more and ApplyLearn more about the Portland Art Museum
Springfield Education Foundation Development Intern, Fall 2019Springfield, ORGraduate/UndergraduatePaidPTDevelopment, Donor Relations, Database Management, Communications, Special EventsMay 31, 2019 for first considerationLocal
Port of PortlandSafety and Health Intern Portland, ORGraduate/UndergraduatePaidPTSafety & Health Consultation; Data Entry and Analysis; Work Site Inspections; May 31, 2019, 5pmRegionalLearn more and ApplyLearn more about the Port of Portland
Fresh Prints Grand Plan ScholarshipApplicantN/AGraduate/UndergraduatePaidN/A"We're giving one amazing student $1,000 to spend on starting a business, buying books, paying tuition, or whatever other costs come with his or her education."May 31, 2019NationalLearn more and Apply
City of Mesa Office of
Management and Budget
2-year Management Associate
Mesa, ArizonaGraduatePaidFTOperating Budgeting and Forecasting, Capital
Improvement, Operations
Final selection in Spring 2019.Local/MunicipalLearn more:


City of Mesa Management Associate Brochure 2018-2019-zpvczv
Eligible candidates must possess a
Master’s Degree in Public Administration
and be available to begin employment by
June 17, 2019

About the City of Mesa:
National Museum of American HistoryVarious internships in public affairs; programming; development; Latinx political history and civic engagement; curation; archives; digital collections; communications; exhibitions; special events; web design; graphic designWashington, DCGraduate/UndergraduatePaid & UnpaidPT-FTAmerican Food History Project Curatorial;
Archives Center;
Daily Programs;
Development, Fundraising, & Donor Relations;
Latinx Political History;
Communications & Marketing/Public Affairs; Exhibition and Collections Management;
Special Events;
Web Design/Management
ongoingNationalLearn more and Apply to the National Museum of American History InternshipsLearn more about the National Museum of American History
ToolBox ProjectSocial Media and Outreach InternEugene, ORUndergraduateUnpaidPTSocial Media, Tabling, Communications, Open until filledLocal/NonprofitFor more information, please contact eugenetoolbox@gmail.com
City InternshipsImmersive, in-person internship programs combine work experience-based training with cohort-based workshops and seminars.London, Paris, New York, Washington D.C., Miami, Chicago, Los Angeles, Boston, San FranciscoGraduate/UndergraduateUnpaid; Fee based

"This year has been the first that we have offered our Student Aid scheme, which grants up to $3,263 to students enrolling in one of our programs. All students are eligible for some aid."
FTStart-ups & Entrepreneurship; Charities, NFPs & NGOs; Banking & Financial Services; Consulting & Professional Services; Law & Politics; Technology & Engineering; Marketing, Advertising & PR; Art, Fashion & Design; Ongoing for Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall

Apply as soon as possible.
Local/Regional -- varies by one of 3 programs offeredInformation and Application at more about ODOT
PPPM Public Service Internship AwardCompetitive scholarship to support students in unpaid, public service-focused internships. Eligible internships (minimum of 18 hours/week during a 10-week term) must be in the nonprofit or public sectors and clearly support a student’s career goals. Unpaid public service-focused internships. Graduate/UndergraduateAwards are typically $500 but other amounts may be considered. VariableGovernment or NonprofitFirst consideration/Application review deadline for Summer 2019 internships: June 3, 9amPPPM Graduate students submit applications to: Julie Voelker-Morris, PPPM Career Services Director,

PPPM Undergraduate students submit applications to: Jessica Matthiesen, Undergraduate Program Director,

Cover Sheet:
PPPM Students only. This is a competitive award and not all applicants will receive funding.
Kantor Family Internship FundCompetitive scholarship to support students completing an internship involving energy issues in Oregon.Preference will be given to students focusing on energy issues in Oregon.Graduate/UndergraduateAwards are typically $500-$1000, but higher amounts may be considered. The scholarships are for students completing an internship involved with energy and in energy-related fields. Preference will be given to students focusing on energy issues in Oregon.

The award may be used to help fund internship-related expenses including travel, supplies, materials, tuition and student fees, and living expenses. Students may register for academic internship credit (PPPM 404/604) or complete a non-credit internship. While financial need may be taken into consideration in making the award, the primary selection criteria shall be based upon previous academic performance and the merits of the student's intended internship plans.
VariableEnergy issues such as renewable energy, building efficiency, low-income energy programs, energy conservation, transportation, equity issues related to energyFirst consideration/Application review deadline for Summer 2019 internships: June 3, 9amTo apply, e-mail a PDF of your application materials with “Kantor Scholarship" as the subject line. Applications are accepted on a continuous basis, but must be received at least 2 weeks prior to the start of the internship.

PPPM Graduate students submit applications to: Julie Voelker-Morris, PPPM Career Services Director,

PPPM Undergraduate students submit applications to: Jessica Matthiesen, Undergraduate Program Director,
Application Materials:
A) one-page cover letter that describes your internship involving energy issues in Oregon. Please include how your internship relates to your background, interests and aspirations, and how this award will help you achieve your plans.

2) Resume.

3) Current unofficial transcript.
PPPM Students only. This is a competitive award and not all applicants will receive funding. Students who apply for the Kantor Scholarship must plan to return for at least one additional academic term following their internship.
Women’s Congressional Policy Institute2020 Congressional Fellowships on Women and Public PolicyWashington, DCGraduate/Recent Post GraduatePaidFTLegislative AssistantJune 3, 2019, 5pm Eastern/2pm PacificNationalLearn more and ApplyLearn more about the Women's Congressional Policy Institute
University Corporation for Atmospheric ResearchFellowships in Public PolicyWashington, DC; Boulder, COGraduatePaidPT-FTPublic Policy, Diversity & Inclusion, and Earth System ScienceJune 3, 2019NationalLearn more and Apply to UCAR
DC Internships offered by The Fund for American Studies in conjunction with the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and InstituteCapital Semester on Leadership and the American Presidency (LTAP), Fall 2019 Washington, DCGraduate/UndergraduatePaidFT"Help you define and strengthen your leadership skills and learn lessons from the American Presidency."June 3, 2019NationalLearn more and Apply
My Undocumented LifeStudent ScholarshipsVarious nationwide. Graduate/UndergraduatePaidn/afor undocumented studentsvariousvarious
Imagining America

"PAGE Fellows participate in a yearlong working group for collaborative art-making, teaching, writing, storytelling and co-creating knowledge within and for community. Awardees receive a $500 honorarium to attend the 2019 PAGE Summit on October 17th and the IA National Gathering from October 18-20 in Albuquerque, NM.

We are artists, scientists, researchers, instigators, cultural leaders, care workers, and community activists. The fellowship offers ongoing professional mentorship and emotional support to fellows, especially toward navigating unjust institutional barriers. While there are no limits to the amazing work we can accomplish together in a fellowship year, we prioritize physical, emotional, and mental well-being and accountability throughout the process.

PAGE Fellows will build capacity in a cohort of publicly-engaged scholars and will join the Imagining America network of activist-scholars, administrators, artists and media makers who are shifting culture toward justice within higher education and society."
PAGE Fellows Program
(Publicly Active Graduate Education)
flexible/nationalGraduatePaidPT"Participate in a yearlong working group for collaborative art-making, teaching, writing, storytelling and co-creating knowledge within and for community."June 14, 2019, 11:59Eastern/8:59PacificNationalLearn more and ApplyLearn more about Imagining America
Emerald Media GroupMarketing Intern, Fall 2019 and ongoing

Eugene, ORGraduate/UndergraduateUnpaidPT
Wolf TrapFall 2019 Interns (multiple positions)Vienna, VAGraduate/UndergraduatePaidPTGovernment Affairs, Artistic Administration (Opera),
Communications and
Marketing, Development,
July 1, 2019Regional/National more about Wolf Trap

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Part Time Jobs, Campus Jobs, and Volunteer Opportunities

OrganizationPositionLocationPaid/UnpaidHoursTypeApplication DeadlineNotes
Eugene Public Library FoundationAdministrative CoordinatorEugene, ORPaidPTMarketing, Development, Database Management, CorrespondenceOpen until filled
UO Zero Waste ProgramStudent Work Study WorkersEugene, ORPaidPTOperations AssistantOpen until filled with applications reviewed on an as received basis.Learn more and Apply
UO Museum of Natural & Cultural HistoryGraduate Laurel Award Education Assistant, 2019-2020

Note: This position provides tuition remission for each term the student is enrolled.
Eugene, ORPaidPTMuseum Education Programming for Youth and FamiliesMay 28, 2019
UO's JSMA exhibition, "Whats New:
Curatorial Conversations"
VolunteerEugene, ORUnpaidPTPatron supportOne time: May 31, 2019

Volunteers will work in two shifts:

4:45 - 6:30 PM
6:15 - 8:00 PM
Ready to volunteer or have questions? Contact Jacob Armas,
UO SPICE ProgramInstructor, Education Research Assistant, or VolunteerEugene, ORPaid or UnpaidPT-FT. Hours flexible depending on availability.Fun science education, middle school girl education, General science, data collection, coding, and transcription Open until filled. Camps run July 8-19, 2019 and August 5-16, 2019Learn more and Apply
Lane County ParksSummer Survey Taker Lane County, ORPaidFTData Collection; Conduct Surveys in parks; Parks Ambassador; HIking parks such as Mt. Pisgah; Report Writing. Open until filled. Position runs Summer 2019Interested? Contact Charlie Conrad,
Fairmount Neighborhood Association Board MemberEugene, ORUnpaidPTGovernance, Community/Neighborhood Organization ManagementOngoing

"The board year begins in May and we seek a year long commitment. The next general meeting is May 21, at the Ford Alumni Center at 7 PM."
Learn more about the Fairmount Neighbors Association
Springfield School Board campaign for upcoming May 21 election. Campaign for Todd Mann.Volunteers in PR, social media, volunteer coordination, and get-out-the-vote effortsSpringfield, ORUnpaidPTPR, social media, volunteer coordination, and get-out-the-vote effortsOngoing until May 21, 2019 election
Sponsors, IncDevelopment AssociateEugene, ORPaidPTFundraising, Community Engagement, Events & Organizational Communications, Database Management, Social MediaJune 1, 2019Learn more and Apply

Learn more about Sponsors Inc.
Eugene Middle School Ultimate (EMSU)Executive DirectorEugene, ORPaidPTnonprofit administration, sports and recreationJune 10, 2019, 5pm

Learn more about EMSU
IMPACT Student CoordinatorsUO Office of the Dean of StudentsUO-EugenePaidPTCampus Outreach, Scheduling, Recruitment and Retention, Participate in regular meetings; Hold office hours, Event Coordination, Program and Participant AssessmentsJune 14, 2019, 5:00 pmLearn more and Apply
High Hope HavenVolunteer Curriculum DeveloperEugene, ORUnpaidPTCurriculum development; Natural Horsemanship; perhaps DevelopmentSummer 2019 and ongoing. Apply immediately. Open until filled
StoveTeam InternationalVolunteer Artist

Project Description: Make 10 drawings for a simple children's coloring book for Rural Honduras schools about the dangers of cooking over an open fire in households.

Eugene, ORVolunteerPT temporary project. This project should take no more than 5 hours.NGO, InternationalOpen until filled Please contact Mike Hatfield ( with a brief description as to why this project interests you along with a .pdf or .jpeg with one sample of your work.
Springfield Public Library FoundationBoard MemberSpringfield, ORUnpaidPTSpringfield Public Library; Springfield Museum

Potential projects:
- Planning the annual fundraiser, Books & Brew (happens in January)
- Helping to plan and facilitate new summer fundraisers and overall fundraising plan
- Overhauling the organization’s bylaws
- Serving in a new liaison position between the museum and foundation boards
- Helping to develop museum specific fundraisers and fundraising plan
- Potentially help to develop a bond measure for a new library (currently still in research stages)
- Assisting in push for new board members
- Developing new committees
- Database management
Open until filledQuestions? Contact Jessi Weaver,
UO Accessible Education CenterPeer Notetakercampus courses PaidvariesStudent Workervaries
Lane Council of GovernmentsMinutes RecorderEugene, ORPaidPT, variablePublic Meeting Minutes, Local PoliticsOpen until filled
Evaluation TabulatorWrite to Know ConsultingSpringfield, ORPaidPTEvaluation tabulation reporting with Excel and QualtricsOpen until filledKathi Jaworski

Write to Know Consulting

P.O. Box 7214 Springfield OR 97475

ToolBox ProjectTool LibrarianEugene, OR Unpaid PTThis position involves helping members check tools in and out of the library, assisting in tool maintenance, and other special projects. You do not need to have extensive knowledge of tools to volunteer, but it's a great way to learn more about tools and connect with DIY builders and gardeners in the area. The time commitment is very flexible, but we do ask that volunteers commit to two 2-3 hour shifts per week. Lbrary hours are Tuesday and Thursday evenings, 5-7 PM, and Saturday mornings from 9 AM - 12 PM. For more information, contact
ToolBox ProjectBoard ServiceEugene, ORUnpaidPTThe ToolBox Project is seeking board members with strong interest in nonprofit financial management, fundraising, and communications and outreach. Our Board members serve two-year terms, but we are able to work around student schedules to develop a student board member role. Serving on the ToolBox Project Board of Directors is a great way to connect with community leaders in sustainable design and to learn firsthand about nonprofit management while helping to shape a fledgling organization. OngoingFor more information, contact
Catholic Community ServicesDevelopment PracticumSpringfield, ORUnpaidPTDevelopment Department supportOngoingContact Jerry Ragan, Development Director, Springfield Community Service Center,
Catholic Community Services of Lane County, Inc.
541-345-3628 Ext 313
NGO AbroadVolunteerMultiple countries for participationUnpaidPT-FTNGO, Public Administration, InternationalOngoing
Hands on Greater PortlandVolunteerPortland metro areaUnpaidPT-FTVariousOne-time or ongoingLearn more about Hands On Greater Portland
Unite For Sight's Immersive Global Health Program VolunteerGhana; India; HondurusUnpaidPT-FTGlobal Health, NGOs & Sustainability, Social EntrepreneurshipOne-time or ongoing; 1-10 or more weeksLearn More
UO HOPES Conference Leadership Team -- Co-Director & then Directors of Logistics, Outreach, Branding, Speakers, Social Media & Web Design

Eugene, ORPTDirector of Logistics: questions - Contact Madeline Chu at

Director of Outreach: questions - Contact Emma Stone at

Director of Branding: questions - Contact Shelby Stagi at

Director of Speakers: questions - Contact Danielle Valdez at

Director of Social Media/Web Design: questions - Contact Izzy Ospina at

Conference Co-Director (two positions available) please email Zach Sherrod at
Conference in April 2020. Planning begins May 2019.

To Apply:
Send an email to with the position you are interested in for the subject line (i.e. Outreach Director).

Send us your application by 5 PM Wednesday, May 15th.
In your email, please include the following information:

· Name
· Program (major and bachelor/master)
· Information about your plans for next year (graduation term/year, study abroad, Portland campus, etc.)
· List relevant skills, experience, or personal attributes that make you a good candidate for this position
· Personal statement about why you would like to fill this position
· Supplementals (optional):
o Resume
o CV
o Portfolio (Necessary for Branding Director)
o Work samples
o References

Learn more about HOPES


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Professional Development Events, Study Abroad, and Conferences

ActivityFocusDatesLocationMore info
Summer Program in Quantitative Methods of Social Research, Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR), Institute for Social Research at the University of Michigan, Ann ArborParticipant/Member in 3-5 workshops for month long courses; scholarships availableVarious Summer 2019Ann Arbor, MILearn more and Register for Summer 2019 workshops or courses
2019 ICPSR Summer Program Workshops at BerkeleyParticipant

Note: Discounted rates for students affiliated with the UO as a member institution.
Machine Learning: Uncovering Hidden Structure in Data
Dates: July 29-August 2

Bayesian Multilevel Models
Dates: August 12-16

Latent Class Analysis in Social Science Research
Dates: August 5-9

Causal Inference for Clustered Data
Dates: August 19-23
University of California - BerkeleyLear more

Register online job application tracking tool

"Huntr keeps track of every detail about your job applications - notes, dates, tasks, job descriptions, salaries, locations, company data and more."
UserOngoingOnlineLink to Huntr job application tracker
Imagination Lab - Eugene Town Square

"The Concept Design Team, led by Cameron McCarthy Landscape Architecture and Planning, will guide community members through an interactive program that will dig into the values and visions that the community has for the future Town Square, the current downtown Park Blocks. This Imagination Lab event kicks off the public involvement process, which will continue throughout the summer. The Eugene Town Square project will transform the Park Blocks into a dynamic public place, bringing our diverse community together year-round. The restoration of the northwest Park Block, covered for decades by a parking garage, will be the home of a permanent, all-season Lane County Farmers Market and a new site for the Eugene City Hall. Improvements to the southern Park Blocks will allow the Eugene Saturday Market to continue to thrive."
Participant -- all ages welcomeMay 22, 2019, 5-9 p.m. Whirled Pies, 199 W. 8th Avenue, EugeneLearn more about the Eugene Town Square project
New Vitality from Old Buildings: How Preservation and Building Reuse Can Support Healthy, Equitable, and Resilient Communities with Dr. Michael Powe, Director of Research, Research & Policy Lab, National Trust for Historic Preservation

"For ten years, the National Trust for Historic Preservation's Research & Policy Lab has developed a portfolio of innovative research that demonstrates the value of older, smaller buildings and advocates for the inclusion of preservation and building reuse in cities' community and economic development practice and sustainability and resilience planning.

In this talk, the Lab's Director of Research, Dr. Michael Powe, will give an overview of the Lab's work-to-date, noting the ways that preservation can support resilient local economies; distinctive, walkable neighborhoods; and inclusive communities. Mike will also offer a preview of the Lab's current work on the links between preservation, affordability, and displacement, and he will note the ways the Lab's research and data analysis on more than 50 U.S. cities offers important insights for Bend and Deschutes County."
ParticipantMay 23, 2019, 6 pmDeschutes Brewery Tap Room, 1044 NW Bond Street, Bend, ORLearn more
UO Planning ClubParticipantWednesdays, 9am Hendricks Hall basement
Campus Career Connect (C3) online career group mentoring program for any college student with a disabilityParticipantOngoingOnlineLearn more about C3, career service support for students with disabilities
College of Design Student Services Workshop Series: Get Career Ready!ParticipantInternship and Job Search Strategies:

May 23, 10:00–11:00 a.m. & 3:00–4:00 p.m.
Lawrence Hall 105
American Society for Public Administration (ASPA) Cascade ChapterBecome a member today!

"Practitioners, researchers, aspiring public servants, we invite you to join
American Society for Public Administration's Newest Chapter serving Oregon and SW Washington."
OngoingLearn more at:
ASPA Cascade Chapter
UO Sustainable Invention Immersion Week, a free and open program for undergraduates and graduate students.

The program will provide all project materials along with two meals a day during the week.
Participate in the 2019
"Less but Better Challenge"

"Your challenge will be to design a new solution to address a need that eliminates or significantly reduces the problems associated with materials. We will explore strategies to get optimal effect with minimum input. Examples include eliminating the need for a lawn mower by inventing grass that only grows 2 inches and does not need to be mowed, or eliminating a window washing system by inventing self-cleaning glass. These kinds of innovations disrupt existing solutions requiring us to think in different ways. The solution should be economically viable, socially acceptable and have a net positive environmental impact compared to existing products/processes."
Application deadline: May 24, 2019

Sustainable Invention Immersion Week: Sept. 8-13, 2019
University of Oregon -EugeneLearn more and Apply

Want more information? Contact:
Kate Harmon,, Undergraduate Program Manager and Instructor of Management Lundquist Center for Entrepreneurship

Julie Haack,, Assistant Department Head and Senior Instructor, Chemistry and Biochemistry; Tyler Invention Greenhouse

Mark Blaine,, Interim Director and Senior Instructor, Media Center for Science & Technology, School of Journalism and Communication

Hale Selek,, Assistant Professor, Product Design

Kelly Sutherland, Associate Professor, Biology

Ryan Cabinte,, Program Manager and Instructor of Management, Center for Sustainable Business Practices
Numbers and Cognition in the Urban Environment: Architecture and Town PlanningParticipant in learning:

• quantitative and qualitative documentary methods of the street-level space
• data collection and processing
• GIS, Wi-Fi, machine learning
Application Deadline: May 26, 2019, 11:59pm Helsinki time

Program runs: August 19–23, 2019
Estonian Academy of Arts
Tallinn, Estonia
Learn more and Apply
National Conference on Race and Ethnicity in American Higher Education (NCORE) ParticipantMay 28th-June 1st, 2019Portland, OR
UO Natural Sciences Diversity Summit: Aligning Activities to Empower OutcomesParticipantMay 29, 2019, 10 a.m - 3 p.m.UO -- exact location TBD
UO Graduate School Spring 2019 eventsParticipantVarious. Please see attachment for details. Various. Please see attachment for details. UO Grad School Spring 2019 events

Grant Writing series sponsored by Nonprofit Board Training and Resources and The Ford Family FoundationParticipantSession 2: May 30, 2019 Grant Writing and Grant Review

Session 3: June 13, 2019 Strategic Thinking and Budgeting

Session 4: June 27, 2019 Program Evaluation and Organizational Site Visits
The Dalles, ORLearn more and register
Webinar: Creative Ways to Solicit Stakeholder Feedback offered by Public ProfitParticipant

Learn more about the webinar
May 30, 2019, 11:00am PDTOnlineRegister for the Creative Ways webinar
The Natural History Museum Project with artist-activists Beka Economopoulos and Jason Jones ParticipantMay 30, 2019, 7pmUO Knight Library Browsing Room
2019 Association of Arts Administration Educators annual conferenceParticipantMay 30 - June 1Madison, WI
Lane Equity Coalition Presents: Zip Code MattersParticipantJune 4, 2019, 5- 8pmLane Community College
JobsNow California Career FairsParticipantVarious dates and locations April 25-September 12, 2019Various dates and locations April 25-September 12, 2019Learn more and register for specific JobsNow California Career Fairs
Urban Land Institute/Randall Lewis Health Mentorship Program

"This program pairs current graduate students in urban planning, real estate, architecture, and related fields with ULI members working at the intersection of health and the built environment, and allows students to learn best practices for building healthy places, learn about ULI, and establish a professional network."
Stipended MenteeApply by June 14, 2019.
Remote from your location + events in Washington, DC. Learn more and Apply
Oregon Heritage Tourism Workshops: How to Gather and Use Visitation Data

"Collecting visitation information is a good practice for heritage organizations. It's useful for grants, budgeting, and annual reports. But is your organization using data like visitor numbers, zip codes, and time of day to connect with your local tourism infrastructure?

This workshop will help heritage organizations consider what visitation data to track, why, and how to leverage that data to show economic impact in the community. The presenter will provide examples of how to interpret data in a way that gets tourism groups interested. The workshop will also cover ideas of how visitation data can be used for general advocacy."

ParticipantPick one of the following dates and locations for this workshop:

June 4, 8:30am-12:30pm, Cook Memorial Library, 2006 Fourth Street, La Grande, OR

June 19, 8:30am-12pm, Willamette Heritage Center, 1313 Mill St. SE, Salem, OR

June 26, 10am-10:45, online webinar, connection information sent to registrants
Pick one of the following dates and locations for this workshop:

June 4, 8:30am-12:30pm, Cook Memorial Library, 2006 Fourth Street, La Grande, OR

June 19, 8:30am-12pm, Willamette Heritage Center, 1313 Mill St. SE, Salem, OR

June 26, 10am-10:45, online webinar, connection information sent to registrants
To register visit
(look in the right hand column for the workshop information).

If you have questions, contact or call 503-986-0696.
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A Healthy City for ALL Conference by International Making Cities LivableParticipant

Scholarships waive the registration fee. They do not offer funds towards expenses. Scholarships and Volunteer positions are not available for junior presenters.

Volunteers can attend all the sessions they choose. Most responsibilities are in helping set up and run registration on Monday, June 17 and following days; monitoring entrance to conference sessions and events; and helping to man the publications table. Volunteer positions offer great access to speakers and exhibitors.

Volunteers need to be at the conference location at 9.00am on Monday morning, to help set up, review the detailed program for the sessions they wish to see, and sign up for helping as their schedule permits. The conference program will be on the website before the conference.

We are also looking for a volunteer to act as conference photographer, recording informal social events, keynote speakers, tours and special events.
Conference dates: June 17-21, 2019Sentinel Hotel, Portland, OR
JobsNow NW Career FairsParticipant June 18, 2019, 10am-1:30PM
Solem Kroc Center, Solem, OR

July 30, 2019, 10am-1:30PM
Beaverton City Library, Beaverton, OR

September 10, 2019, 10am-1:30PM
Solem Convention Center, Solem, OR

October 22, 2019, 10am-1:30PM
Portland State University, Portland, OR

November 21, 2019, 10am-1:30PM
Linn County Fair & Expo Center, Albany, OR
June 18, 2019, 10am-1:30PM
Solem Kroc Center, Solem, OR

July 30, 2019, 10am-1:30PM
Beaverton City Library, Beaverton, OR

September 10, 2019, 10am-1:30PM
Solem Convention Center, Solem, OR

October 22, 2019, 10am-1:30PM
Portland State University, Portland, OR

November 21, 2019, 10am-1:30PM
Linn County Fair & Expo Center, Albany, OR
Learn more and register for specific JobsNow NW Career Fairs
Building a Dynamic and Productive Board

with Diane Lang, Principal Consultant of Lang Leadership
ParticipantJune 18, 2019, 4-6:00PMHult Studio, Hult Center for the Performing Arts, EugeneLearn more and register
Evolving the Forest International ForumPresenterJune 19-21, 2019Devon UK;
deadline for submissions is November 18, 2018
Pacific Creative Placemaking SummitParticipantJune 20-22, 2019Los Angeles, CARegister and learn more about the Creative Placemaking Summit
6th Global Conference on Transparency ResearchConference theme: Measuring Transparency: Impact, Compliance, and ImplementationConference: June 26 & 27, 2019Rio de Janeiro
Audience Research in the Arts ConferenceParticipant

"Bring together researchers and industry professionals who investigate audience engagement with the arts.
This conference comes at the culmination of two substantive contributions to the field of audience research at The University of Sheffield; the Understanding Audiences for the Contemporary Arts (UACA) study and the Modern Fairies project.
The conference will also celebrate the publication of a Cultural Trends special double issue on ‘Audience Data and Research’ edited by Steven Hadley, Katya Johanson and Ben Walmsley and launch a sector-facing handbook from the UACA project. It will feature sharing sessions from the two research projects and papers from contributors to the special issue."
July 3-5, 2019The University of Sheffield, UK

Sponsored by Sheffield Performer and Audience Research Centre (SPARC),the International Network for Audience Research in the Performing Arts (iNARPA), The Audience Agency, Routledge, The University of Leeds and Deakin University
Learn more and Register
UO Advancement Leadership Internship Project ShowcaseParticipantJune 7, 2019, 1-2:30pmUO Ford Alumni Center, Ballroom
Non-Traditional Student GroupConnect with other non-traditional students at the UOEvery Monday, 5:00 p.m.EMU, Room 212Learn more
Veterans Art AllianceVolunteer support in grant writing, artist programming, social media, website management, graphic design

Community Outreach
Ongoing, flexible 5-10 hours/weekEugene, OR
Public Policy & International Affairs Public Service ExpoParticipantJuly 12, 2019Washington, DCLearn more & Register for Free practice online interviewsParticipant -- "Prepare yourself using our practice interviews to get ahead of your competition. Receive expert guidance from our panel of professional recruiters." NOTE: The feedback/guidance portion appears to be a paid service. OngoingOnlineLearn more and Sign up at
DanceAbility International Teacher Certification TrainingTraineeAugust 26-September 20, 2019Eugene, ORLearn more and register
National Wilderness Stewardship Alliance 2019 National Wilderness WorkshopPresenter and/or Participant on the theme: The Path from Recreationist to Steward; Engaging Wilderness Users to Help Care for the Places they Cherish.

CFP opportunities include: sessions, panels, posters

Areas of focus: public lands conservation and preservation; diversity, equity, and inclusion in the profession conservation, public lands management, and outdoor recreation fields; access to public spaces in general; and nonprofit best practices.
Conference dates: October, 23-26, 2019Bend, ORAbout the organization:

CFP for 2019 National Wilderness Alliance Conference


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