July Jobs Snapshot

The agriculture and natural resource monthly job snapshot feature high-demand job titles, top employers hiring, top critical soft and hard skills, and the top education programs.

July Jobs Snapshot

Careers at Pacific Education Institute

Pacific Education Institute is seeking FieldSTEM Coordinators for Central Washington and East Sound North Regions. These positions are responsible for creating and maintaining partnerships with school districts,educational leaders, nonformal educators, and local agricultural, natural resource, and environmental science professionals to facilitate planning and implementation of PEI programs. PEI is a leader in promoting scientific literacy and civic engagement by empowering people to make balanced, well-

informed decisions for just and sustainable communities. PEI supports educators by specializing in professional learning and FieldSTEM implementation. It is a process that takes students outdoors to integrate language and math skills with an understanding of complex social (cultural, economic, civic) and natural systems to: answer authentic questions through scientific inquiry, design real solutions through engineering, and resolve issues through collaborative decision making.

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Statewide Agriculture and Natural Resource Internship Postings

The Agriculture and Natural Resource Job Board serves as a nexus between employers and students. Explore the link below to view statewide internship opportunities in agriculture and natural resource or to submit an internship opportunity. The internship postings are updated weekly.

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Pathways to Excellence Program Guide

Looking for a great career opportunity? Whether you're starting to think about career options or looking to change careers, Washington community and technical colleges have the agriculture and natural resource programs to support your pathway to a high-demand career in agriculture and natural resources! 

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2023 Brighter Future Fund Program

American Farmland Trust has opened applications for the 2023 cohort of the Brighter Future Fund program. The program helps farmers nationwide improve farm viability, access, transfer, or permanently protect farmland or adopt regenerative agricultural practices. The last day to submit applications is July 15th.

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Sweet Potato Cultivation This online education event is part of a Western SARE grant sponsoring sweetpotato trials and education in conjunction with the WSU Regional Small Farms program.

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SoilCon Field Day 2023 will be held from 12:00 - 4:00 pm on July 27th, 2023 at Mount Vernon Northwestern Washington Research and Extension Center.

Join for: 

  • A tour of the first WaSHI Long-Term Agroecological Research Experiment site, with insight from NWREC researchers on the importance of addressing long-term considerations in soil health. 
  • Tutorials in soil sampling, the range of soil health metrics, and a visualization with a rainfall simulator.  
  • Demonstrations on biochar and no-till drills.  
  • Discussions on the significance of cover cropping and compost usage on soil health, as well as the current status of the Washington Soil Health Initiative.

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