Hudson River Human Diversity Network for Environmental Opportunities (HREON)
Symposium: Toward A More Diverse Adirondacks
On August 13, 2016, the second Symposium: Toward A More Diverse Adirondacks will be held at the Adirondack Interpretive Center.
Multiple perspectives will be present, stimulating rich conversations exploring a wide range of human diversity issues within the Adirondack Park. This year's symposium will focus on youth and diversity, and include panels led by regional high school and collegiate students.
A symposium reflection/summary piece written by Dave Gibson can be found on the Adirondack Almanack.
The Hudson River Human Diversity Network for Environmental Opportunities (HREON) is a regional network of organizations working to improve human diversity in nature, nature-based academic and research programs, and careers relating to nature and the conservation of natural resources.
- View Hudson Watershed Map
- HREON Opportunity Matrix
- Contacts (PDF)
- Mission & Vision (PDF)
Whether you are still in school and seeking a summer internship or looking for a full-time job, you can use this network to find opportunities at organizations along the Hudson River Corridor. The "Opportunities" tab will help you find various relevant organizations and provide a link to each group's website.
If you are an organization that would like to be a part of this network, please contact us.