12 May 2009

H209 competition

At a time when paid internships are a bit scarce, this sounds like a potentially good investment of your time...

In commemoration of the 400th anniversary this year of Henry Hudson's voyage to our shores, the Henry Hudson 400 New York Foundation is holding the international H209 Forum on September 9-10 at Liberty Science Center where Dutch and American environmental, planning and engineering experts, and decision and policy makers will explore how the 21st century water challenges facing today's cities can be tackled for a sustainable future.
The centerpiece of this forum is our New Generation Competition that invites undergraduates, including 2009 graduates, in marine and environmental studies, engineering, oceanography, urban design and planning, policy planning, and public health, to come up with innovative solutions to the issues involved with Sustainability for Coastal Cities.
The winners will receive cash prizes, internships at major water companies, and be invited, all expenses paid, to attend H209 where they will present their solutions and have terrific networking

Details are on our website at www.henryhudson400.com.

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