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We recently hired one Elizabeth and two Ethans (Elizabeth Jurkoic, Ethan Lawton, and Ethan Phillips) to fill openings for an engineering intern, a cultural resources specialist, and a material testing technician. Elizabeth comes to us from Humboldt State University, and plans to graduate in June 2018. Ethan L has worked with numerous tribes in the Pacific Northwest, and Ethan P's interest in earth sciences extends to climate science.
Elizabeth has been hired as an engineering intern, and will work with the civil and environmental groups, primarily in the Eureka office. She is an Environmental Resources Engineering student at Humboldt State University, and plans to graduate in June 2018. She comes highly recommended by her professors for her hard work and ability to work in teams, and we noted her well developed communications skills during her interview.
Ethan “Red Eagle” Lawton has been hired as a tribal cultural liaison, assisting our planning and permitting group in the Streamline Planning offices in Arcata. He has worked with numerous tribes in the Pacific Northwest, and served as a mediator for Awana International, a global children’s and youth ministry. Ethan’s experience and background will allow us to better understand cultural resources issues that become apparent during project permitting. Ethan holds a Bachelor of Arts in Inter-Cultural Studies and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology, both from San Diego Christian College.
Ethan Phillips has been hired as a materials laboratory technician, working primarily in the Eureka materials lab. Gary Simpson, our Geology Principal, says “he is an experienced lab hand and has hit the dirt running!” referring to Ethan’s prior work in Humboldt State University’s geology soils lab. Ethan holds a Bachelor’s degree from Humboldt State University in Geology and Earth Sciences. Ethan’s interest in earth sciences extends to climate science; in 2014, he was a team member of The Great March for Climate Action, a cross-country march from Los Angeles with the purpose of raising awareness of local and global climate concerns.
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