Every year, the Watershed Congress program includes a keynote panel discussion, concurrent session, poster and exhibits by watershed organizations, environmental consulting firms and government agencies.
Watershed Congress participants hail primarily from Pennsylvania, but New Jersey, Delaware, and Maryland are regularly represented as well. New York and Virginia have occasionally been represented among our audience.
The Watershed Congress Planning Committee offers these roles first to college students in the region with the goal of introducing students to watershed issues, the Congress event, and encouraging them to consider becoming presenters in the future.
The Student Facilitator opportunity is not a paid position, but those selected will receive complimentary registration to the Watershed Congress. In addition, the Student Facilitator role allows opportunities for networking with professionals in the environmental field.
Students will be asked to submit a registration deposit of $35. Checks are the preferred form of payment and must be received by the Delaware Riverkeeper Network by Friday, March 4th.
Registration deposit fees will be refunded to student facilitators at the Watershed Congress. If a student selected as facilitator is a no-show, he or she is not eligible for a refund of the deposit.
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