NewsOctober 29 -2014 COLLOQUIUM AND COMMENCEMENT:
“Our Environment, Our Bodies; What’s the Difference?”
was a great success with lots to think about, courtesy of our excellent speakers, Here is the program....but now we are on to recuiting the new Class of 2015. Tell your friends classes start statewide in January!
Take a copy of our program brochure, or contact us with your questions.
NEW Paid Internships available from The Land Conservancy- Two styles of internship, Planning and Stewardship are available from the Boonton, NJ based non-profit, see details here.
The Rutgers Environmental Steward program provides training and experience which equips participants to contribute effectively to the process of finding solutions for environmental problems in the communities of New Jersey.
Graduates become knowledgeable about the basic processes of earth, air, water and biological systems. They increase awareness of the techniques and tools used to monitor and assess the health of the environment. They gain an understanding of the research and regulatory infrastructure of state and federal agencies operating in New Jersey that relate to environmental issues. They are given an introduction to group dynamics and community leadership.
They learn to recognize the elements of sound science and public policy based on that science. They acquire some sense of the limits of current understanding of the environment.
It is our goal that graduates use their knowledge to expand public awareness of scientifically based information related to environmental issues and facilitate positive change in their community.See some scenes from our classes and field trips here.