We love our rivers, lakes and the Puget Sound and keeping these waters clean and healthy is one of the most important things we can all do!
If you are especially passionate about our region’s waters consider pursuing a career in clean water – starting with a degree in Sustainable Practices at Cascadia College.
AAS-T degree in Environmental Technologies and Sustainable Practices
BAS degree in Sustainable Practices
Current careers in clean water
Nonpoint Water Quality Inspector – Department of Ecology
Water Quality Section Manager – Department of Ecology
Environmental Scientist – TetraTech
Source Control Program Manager – Seattle Public Utilities
Questions? Contact Cascadia’s Assistant Director of Sustainable Practices, Jodie Galvan, at jgalvan@Cascadia.edu or 425.352.8215.
Community Outreach and Education Coordinator
Community Development Program Manager
Garden to Table Program Educator
Northwest Community Crew Leader
Inspired? Check out our bachelor and associate degrees in Sustainable Practices. Contact Jodie Galvan, Assistant Director of Sustainable Practices, for more information at jgalvan@Cascadia.edu or 425.352.8215.
Applications for the Fall 2016 cohort for the Bachelor of Applied Science in Sustainable Practices are due April 1st!
There are just three weeks left to apply by the priority deadline for the BAS in Sustainable Practices 2016 cohort. Applications received after April 1 will be reviewed on a space-available basis as they are received.
Green jobs are abundant and diverse in the Puget Sound Region. Here are some great examples of recent job postings:
Contact Jodie Galvan, Assistant Director of Sustainable Practices at jgalvan@Cascadia.edu or 425.352.8215 with any questions.
We hope to see your application soon!
$46,000 to $166,000 …. these are the median salaries the US Bureau of Labor Statistics reports to be found in the sustainability field. Sounds good to me! But what exactly would you be doing all day?
Ready to get started? There are still
four three spaces left in the fall cohort of Cascadia’s Bachelor of Applied Science in Sustainable Practices degree. But you need to apply today. The orientation field trip takes places on Friday, September 18 and you don’t want to miss it!
There is also still space in fall Environmental Technology and Sustainable Practices classes. This two year program is an ideal way to start your sustainability career.
Contact Jodie Galvan for more information at jgalvan@Cascadia.edu
Launch your career in sustainability at Cascadia College!
Bachelor of Applied Science in Sustainable Practices
AAS-T in Environmental Technologies and Sustainable Practices
There are still a few spaces in our Bachelor and Associate Sustainability Programs for fall. Contact Jodie Galvan, Asst. Director of Sustainable Practices, at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about how to apply.
Raise your hand if you have a cat. Raise your hand if you’ve heard of catnip. Raise your hand if you’ve seen cats go crazy for catnip. Raise your hand if you knew that catnip induces a high in cats. Raise your hand if you knew that catnip can be used in various ways for humans, too.
Okay, if you raised your hand to one or all of these, you’re a genius or have a very good handle of the Google or Bing search engines. If one or multiple statements had you scratching your head, instead of raising your hand, then you’re not alone. In today’s Cascadia Cornucopia video, Adrian highlights this cat euphoria-inducing plant, and a few ways humans can enjoy its existence, as well, all-be-it a little more mundane. That is to say, unlike our feline counterparts, we won’t see students or faculty rolling around with glee in the Cornucopia’s catnip.
Green Tip: catnip can be dried and used in tea to calm upset stomachs. Snip a bit today for your furry feline, or for yourself!
Adrian and Catnip
What do integrated analytics platforms, a Sharing City, smartphones, organic refuse and conscious capitalists have in common? They all play a role in creating a more sustainable world.
What role do you want to play? Volunteer? Advocate? Donor? How about a lasting, rewarding career in sustainability?
Take the first step toward your career in sustainability today. There is still time to join the Fall 2015 Cohorts of Cascadia’s Bachelor of Applied Science in Sustainable Practices and AAS-T in Environmental Technology and Sustainable Practices degrees.
Contact Cascadia’s Assistant Director of Sustainable Practices, Jodie Galvan, at email@example.com for more information. Be sure to apply by August 28th!
For more information about Cascadia’s Associate and Bachelor degrees in Sustainable Practices contact Jodie Galvan at jgalvan@Cascadia.edu.