Career workshop helps Fort Lewis College students navigate government work

Career workshop helps Fort Lewis College students navigate government work

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Jennica Tamler, left, of the Southwest Conservation Corps and Don Kelly of the San Juan National Forest discuss a reroute of the Haviland View Trail, as trail crew members put the finishing touches on an erosion-control feature. Last week, the Fort Lewis College Career Services Office and the San Juan National Forest hosted a job fair to teach students how to seek employment locally or nationally at any federal agency.
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San Juan National Forest Columbine District Wilderness Ranger Anne Dal Vera fords a creek on patrol in the Weminuche Wilderness.

Career workshop helps Fort Lewis College students navigate government work

Jennica Tamler, left, of the Southwest Conservation Corps and Don Kelly of the San Juan National Forest discuss a reroute of the Haviland View Trail, as trail crew members put the finishing touches on an erosion-control feature. Last week, the Fort Lewis College Career Services Office and the San Juan National Forest hosted a job fair to teach students how to seek employment locally or nationally at any federal agency.
San Juan National Forest Columbine District Wilderness Ranger Anne Dal Vera fords a creek on patrol in the Weminuche Wilderness.
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The U.S. Forest Service Rocky Mountain Region announced this week the availability of more than 900 temporary positions for the 2017 field season throughout national forests and grasslands in Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, South Dakota and Wyoming.

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