Oct. 19th – Federal Jobs discussion

As part of a speaker series that the Partnership for Public Service sponsors, the Evans School is hosting a visit from Gilbert Castellanos, an Environmental Scientist at the Washington, DC offices of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). As part of his visit to the UW, we have scheduled him for a 1-hour coffee chat with College of the Environment students on Tuesday, October 19, 10:00-11:00 AM, here at the Program on the Environment Commons in Wallace Hall.

You Are Invited!

What: An informal conversation with Gilbert Castellanos, Environmental Scientist at the Washington, DC offices of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

When: Tuesday, October 19, 10:00-11:00 AM

Where: The Program on the Environment Commons in Wallace Hall (3737 Brooklyn Ave. NE, Suite 12, ground/basement floor)

Who: All students, undergraduate and graduate, who are interested in a career in environmental policy, the federal government, and /or careers with the EPA

Why: To inspire students to consider careers in the federal government

 

Coffee and refreshments provided.

 

Please send RSVP to Michelle Hall at hallm@uw.edu.

 

Gilbert Castellanos is an Environmental Scientist at the Washington, DC offices of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Originally hired into the Federal Government by the US Army Corps of Engineers in San Francisco, Gilbert joined the US EPA in 2002 through the EPA Intern Program.  During his 2-year internship, Gilbert worked in several different EPA offices and with the Department of Interior before taking his current position in 2004 at the Office of International Environmental Policy. His responsibilities over the last 4 years have focused on managing the EPA’s engagement with multilateral and other international organizations, principally with the United Nations (UN). Recently, Gilbert took over new responsibilities for engaging Canada and Mexico on meeting our commitments to environmental provisions of the North America Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). Gilbert graduated with honors in 2000 from the University of California, Berkeley where he received simultaneous degrees from the College of Natural Resources in Environmental Sciences (B.S.) and the College of Letters and Science in Anthropology (B.A.). Originally from California, Gilbert has lived in Arlington, Virginia for the last 7 years.  He is an avid fisherman and enjoys mountain biking and photography.

Questions? Contact:

Michelle Hall

Student Services Coordinator

College of the Environment

University of Washington

Wallace Hall Box 355679

3737 Brooklyn Avenue NE

Seattle, WA 98195-2802

Phone: 206-616-1208   Fax: 206-616-2465

Email: hallm@u.washington.edu

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