We encourage students at academic institutions to become involved in SER-RM and grow their professional networks!

Some of the perks of SER Student Chapters:

Free SER membership

Why? This entitles you to SER’s monthly newsletter, frequent job postings, and access to forums and directories online.

How? In order to receive your free membership, check out the SER Student Associations page and contact the SER Membership Coordinator to request a roster for student membership. On the roster, you will include the names and emails for each student active in your chapter. This should be updated yearly!

$5 memberships to SER-Rocky Mountains (SER-RM).

Why? As a regional SER chapter member, you will receive updates on local job postings, conference discounts, scholarships, and events. This is a great way to network with local restoration practitioners. Student members of SER-RM are can run for any SER-RM board position, whether they hold an Individual Student Membership ($20 per year) or are associated with an official SER student chapter.

Additionally, students in student chapters registered with SER-RM can run for one of two Student Representative positions on the Board of Directors. This is a great leadership opportunity and a neat way to steer the direction of your regional SER chapter–even have a voice in international SER.

How? After you’ve submitted your student roster to SER’s Membership Coordinator, students can create an SER account online, then use SER’s online store to purchase their $5 regional chapter membership.

SER student guilds in the Rocky Mountains region:

University of Colorado (Boulder, CO):
Colorado State University (Fort Collins, CO):

Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/CsuEcologicalRestoration
Webpage: http://warnercnr.colostate.edu/restoration-ecology-club-home

University of Wyoming (Laramie, WY):

Webpage: http://www.uwyo.edu/roar/