City of Irving Environmental Career Symposium
Saturday, October 19th 2019 1:00 – 4:00 PM
TXU Corporate Offices
6555 Sierra Drive, Irving, TX 75039
The purpose of the Environmental Career Symposium is to promote the advancement of environmental related careers and provide residents and visitors the opportunity to meet and engage with environmental professionals in the public and private sectors. The audience is high school and college students, or anyone looking to enhance or change careers into the expansive and innovative industry of environmental careers.
We will have booths as well as 2 panel sessions, which are:
How to Choose the Right Environmental Career for You – Topics include choosing a degree, public vs. private, how to break into the industry, and more
A Day in my Life – Topics include typical tasks and responsibilities, office vs. field work, skills you need every day, and more
Attendees must register ahead of time and bring a form of picture ID. To register, please follow this link https://www.cityofirving.org/Activities/Activity/Detail/City-of-Irving-Environmental-Career-Symp-77
If you would like to participate with a booth or sit on a panel, please contact Emily Asbury
Emily Asbury | Environmental Programs Coordinator
City of Irving |
825 W Irving Blvd, Irving, TX 75060
P: (972) 721.2687 C: (972) 742.2296
email@example.com | CityofIrving.org
Oil & Gas Environmental Conference
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February 24 & 25, 2018 - 1120 NW Stallings Drive, Nacogdoches, Texas
Learn About the Application of Geological Techniques!
AIPG – TX is proud to host GEODAYZz in Nacogdoches – The Oldest Town in Texas, the home of Stephen F. Austin State University, and one of the top ten tourist destinations in the state. Opportunities to experience Texas history up close and first-hand is a big reason for the ranking. Named after the local Caddo tribe called the “Nacogdoche” who came to East Texas around 800 A.D. In 1716 the Spanish built missions in this area and the French began to explore the area to set up trade with the Native Americans. From the Old Stone Fort and Old Nacogdoches University
Building to Millard’s Crossing and the Sterne-Hoya House, the oldest town in Texas boasts numerous museums, historic landmarks, and statues that interpret the history of Texas and Nacogdoches.
NTAEP November Outing at Brahmas Hockey Game
November 10, 2017
Thank you all for coming out and bringing your families to have fun with NTAEP at the Brahmas game! We had a great turnout and got to enjoy some good food and entertainment.
Hurricane Harvey Relief
Thank you for all who participated in the Hurricane Harvey Relief Raffle! Sierra Gibbons was our big winner of the Yeti Cooler! We raised $220.00 with the raffle tickets, and with the NTAEP funds match, we were able to donate $440.00 to Red Cross for Hurricane Harvey Relief.
Previous Meeting Presentations
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Texas Horned Lizards
January 16, 2019 - Nathan Rains, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department
Solutions to Pollution, Dealing with Contaminated Properties
March 20, 2019 - Michael Whitehead, Whitehead Environmental Solutions
The Past, Present and Future of Asbestos Containing Materials
April 18, 2019 - Ted Wyman, Texas Department of State Health Services
Trump Administration's Impact on Environmental Policy & Law
May 22, 2019 - Elizabeth Hurst, Law Office of Elizabeth A. Hurst PLLC
Water Conservation Strategies for Commercial Buildings
September 18, 2019 - Hydrotech
Commercial Water Recycling in the Permian Basin
October 16, 2019 - SCS Engineers