NATIONAL OUTDOOR LEADERSHIP SCHOOL (NOLS) INFORMATION SESSION

Posted: March 24, 2009 by IUsec in Events, Jobs

Tuesday, March 24, 5:30 – 6:30 p.m.
Career Development Center, 625 N. Jordan Ave.

There are approximately 140 full-time positions at NOLS. We offer employment opportunities in the fields of development and alumni relations, information systems, admissions and marketing, publications, public policy, research, finance, risk management, human resources and branch school operations.

Internships at NOLS are opportunities for people interested in the outdoor industry to learn about the operational responsibilities of an outdoor school. College credit may be available. For a list of our current positions please visit www.nols.edu/alumni/employment/ internships.shtml.

For over 40 years, the National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS) has been the leader in wilderness education. More than 100,000 students have learned and mastered outdoor skills, developed leadership and studied environmental ethics in the world’s most spectacular wilderness classrooms! From two weeks to 135 days in length, NOLS offers over 65 different course types in skill areas including backpacking, mountaineering, sea kayaking, sailing, canoeing, skiing, snowboarding, fly fishing, caving, horsepacking and rock climbing.

Join NOLS instructor Kary Sommers at the NOLS info session to learn more. Stick around to view the NOLS Expedition video with stunning pictures and cinematography from snowy Alaskan peaks to dense Patagonian rain forest, the majestic Himalayas to sparkling coastal Baja, and the rugged Rockies to the remote Australian Outback.

Pizza will be provided & all majors welcome to attend.

RSVP through myIUcareers.

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