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The Water Conflict Management and Transformation Certificate program introduced me to the world of stakeholder engagement and facilitation processes as they relate to water resources.
Dance Your Dissertation!
Get involved with Hydrophiles as soon as you can! It is a really great community of students who love thinking about (and playing in) water resources and with whom you might not otherwise connect. Also, reach out to organizations/agencies out in the community (e.g. Marys River Watershed Group, Oregon Water Resources Department, etc). You never know when they might be looking for help on a project, and getting involved provides valuable learning opportunities about water issues on the ground.
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Todd Jarvis - Institute for Water and Watersheds
Project Coordinator - EnviroIssues, A Seattle-based consulting firm specializing in stakeholder engagement and public involvement processes for infrastructure and environmental projects across the Pacific Northwest.