SER Northwest is currently facilitating the development of SER Student Associations throughout the Pacific Northwest.
SER Student Association Benefits Including:
- SER Membership benefits for all student association members (a $35 value each!)
- Free electronic and printed promotional and educational materials from SER (SER primer(s), brochures, stickers, educational documents, conferences, promotions, etc.)
- A group page on SER’s Website (contact email@example.com for details)
- Unlimited volunteer and internship postings on SER’s Internship Board
- Ability to submit articles and association updates for consideration in SER’s quarterly newsletter, SERNews
- Access to SER’s online Career Center, where students can search job postings, post their resumes for free, sign up for job alerts, and search for internship, volunteer, and training listings
- Discounts to apply for CERPIT
Check out SER NW 2020 Student Grant Offerings!
What is a Student Association?
Formed by SER student members at universities and academic campuses, the SER Student Association Program allows students studying ecological restoration and related fields to come together to connect, share resources and mobilize as the next generation of restoration professionals. The program was established in 2007 and has grown to include eight student associations across the United States including Colorado State University, Texas A&M, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, University of Montana, University of Washington, North Carolina State University, Temple University, and Portland State University. Each assocation is sponsored by a faculty advisor and engages in a variety of activities each year such as career fairs, volunteer opportunities, and workshops, to name a few.
For information about Student Association activities in the northwest region, contact us.
Start a Student Association
SER is working with students around the world to expand its student association program, and overall student representation within SER. If you are interested in starting a SER Student Association, please visit the SER webpage on student associations.