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News.bytes Extra, issue 479

We Need You!

El Centro recruits at local Career Fair

Students discuss employment opportunities with BLM employees near a booth at a Career Fair
Students talk jobs with both Emergency Medical Service and Law Enforcement staff at Imperial Valley College's Career Fair. 

The El Centro Field Office participated in the 8th Annual Applied Sciences Expo at Imperial Valley College, recruiting students interested in enhancing their college studies through paid internships. Field Manager Margaret L. Goodro promotes this youth initiative, “This is a great opportunity to get youth engaged in Land Management and build a diverse workforce for the future.” 

Students enrolled in high school, vocational and technical schools, colleges and universities should contact the El Centro Field Office if they are interested in participating in student programs.  Resumes are now being accepted for a variety of positions, including biologists, archaeologists, realty specialists, law enforcement and park rangers, etc.  For more information on student career programs, please visit  http://www.blm.gov/wo/st/en/res/blm_jobs/students_and_recent.html 

A student discusses Law Enforcement employment opportunities with a BLM Law Enforcement Officer while a police dog looks out the window of the police car.
Law Enforcement Officers were also on hand to discuss career opportunities, and K-9 “Dusty” 
proved to be a crowd pleaser.  



- Joya Szalwinski, Interpretive park Ranger,  Imperial Sand Dunes Recreation Area, Bureau of Land Management, El Centro Field Office, 5/2/11

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Last updated: 05-03-2011