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Careers in Water Management Speaker Series II - Shared screen with speaker view
John Krygier
00:58
Careers in Water Management Speaker Series IITuesday, Oct. 6 from 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM:
John Krygier
01:45
(aka, Conversations)
John Krygier
03:10
Type questions in to chat, unless there is time to ask scary, live speaking questions!
John Krygier
23:27
First speaker: Sarah Orlando, Ohio Sea Grant (15 minutes): orlando.42@osu.edu
John Krygier
29:41
What kind of science backgrounds do the Sea Grant people have?
Holly
32:47
Do you get a lot of pushback from businesses on the water that don't want to try to be better?
John Krygier
34:04
Sounds like a psychology and education background would help!
Callie Wildenthaler
35:08
What does a typical work day look like for you? (i.e. is this primarily a job you do from an office or are you out the majority of the time?)
John Krygier
40:10
Stone Lab is worth looking into for all of our students
Alena Arnold
40:47
How did you decide which study abroad program you wanted to attend? Do you think that studying abroad helped you professionally?
Ash Moen
41:27
How does getting involved work if we want to look into it? Is it volunteer work or an actual job?
Nathan Sturgill
41:56
What does it take to get a LEED certification for a program like this?
Jaspreet Singh Paul
42:26
are there any pre requisites before applying at Stone Labs?
John Krygier
43:46
Chad Spring, City of Delaware (15 minutes) cspring@delawareohio.net
Jaspreet Singh Paul
45:00
yep see some of it
John Krygier
45:57
Keep putting questions in chat. We will respond to all of them, through a followup email if necessary
John Krygier
49:12
How do microbes react to different things in the water: like prescription drugs, or other contaminants?
Jaspreet Singh Paul
49:22
what's meant by "gumming up"
Kathryn Burns
50:05
What are the differences between the classes on the day-to-day of the job?
Jaspreet Singh Paul
50:37
what if you've taken a basic hydrology course through your college would that count as part?
Ash Moen
50:49
Do you have to pay for certifications??
Ash Moen
51:08
Are internships paid? And how do you get involved with them?
Holly
51:52
Are you the one that gets to go out to sample water sources or do you stay inside?
Graham Steed
51:53
If you pass every test each time, how long would it take you to get your Class IV's?
Jaspreet Singh Paul
53:09
is Shadowing usually involving walking around with different classified operators?
John Krygier
58:01
Erin Wolfe, Delaware SWCD (15 minutes) ewolfe@co.delaware.oh.us
John Krygier
58:12
SWCD Soil & Water Conservation District
Chad Spring
01:02:35
If you pass every test the first time you still need 3 years in a management position to take a class IV exam.
Callie Wildenthaler
01:03:37
Outside of workshops do you host any interactive events or family-oriented programs as a way to educate Delaware residents?
Ash Moen
01:04:32
If someone wanted to get involved/had idea who would they talk to? Do you know if you guys are hiring at all?
Jaspreet Singh Paul
01:05:24
how do you maintain a personable repertoire with residents, farmers and other individuals who may/may not be able to find their impact on the land
dsbraden@owu.edu
01:06:23
What are some other examples of the GIS work involved in working for the Soil & Water Conservation District?
Holly
01:07:14
Did you consider going to graduate school?
Ash Moen
01:13:32
thanks for all the advice!!
John Krygier
01:16:24
Janelle Valdinger, Ohio Wesleyan University (10 minutes) jlvaldin@owu.edu
John Krygier
01:21:30
Janelle is the person to contact if you are interested in any of the kinds of issues our speakers have talked about, internship opportunities, career planning, etc.
Holly
01:21:39
Do you help all STEM majors?
Sarah Orlando
01:21:47
Hi Everyone! I wrote out the questions and will send replies to John and Caroline so that they can forward it to you!
Janelle Valdinger
01:21:50
Yes all STEM majors
Liza Dmitrieva
01:22:48
Thank you!
Alena Arnold
01:22:58
Thank you all!
Isabel Johnson
01:23:01
Thank you!
Callie Wildenthaler
01:23:02
To learn about the opportunities available through the new STEM portion of the OWU connection, is there any kind of information distribution you can sign up for or is that something you need to take the initiative to come to you and ask about?
John Krygier
01:23:02
Careers in Water Management Speaker Series IIIWednesday, Oct. 7 from 11:50 AM - 12:40 PM:Christine Szymanski, ODNR Scenic Rivers (15 minutes)Jeff Kauffman, Del-Co Water Company (15 minutes)Topic: Careers in Water Management Speaker Series IIITime: Oct 7, 2020 11:50 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada) (speakers check in at 11:35)Join Zoom Meetinghttps://us02web.zoom.us/j/83352079283?pwd=WWd1dDlUMWFjUHJUR3g0L0pzQm1ydz09Meeting ID: 833 5207 9283Passcode: 783820
Eva Birk-Petri
01:23:04
Thank you!
Brianna DeMuth
01:23:14
yes! thank you
Nathan Sturgill
01:23:27
Thank you!