IISG’s Angie Archer will be attending career fairs at Purdue University and the University of Illinois this week giving students the chance to hear about job opportunities with Sea Grant. 
Students can visit the IISG booth at Purdue University’s Agriculture Career Fair tomorrow from 9:30am-3:30pm in the Purdue Memorial Union, and at the University of Illinois this Thursday, October 3 at the ACES and Science Career Fair in the ARC from 1pm-5pm. 
Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant, like all Sea Grant programs, welcomes applicants from a variety of backgrounds with an interest in protecting and preserving the waterways and coastal ecology of the United States. 
Sea Grant positions utilize a variety of backgrounds and training, from environmental science to communications, education, research, political science, and many more. Additionally, Sea Grant offers several fellowship and internship positions each year that give students valuable career training and networking opportunities. 
For additional information, or if you can’t attend the career fairs but you would like to learn more about Sea Grant opportunities, contact Angie Archer directly.