EnviroForensics’ Jeff Carnahan and Megan Hamilton to Speak at Indiana University’s Career Trip to Indianapolis

This Friday, October 15, EnviroForensics’ Jeff Carnahan (Vice President and Chief Technical Officer) and Megan Hamilton (Risk Assessor and Vapor Intrusion Specialist) will participate in Indiana University’s School of Public and Environmental Affairs’ (SPEA) annual October career trip to Indianapolis. Carnahan and Hamilton will speak at career roundtable sessions with groups of SPEA students. Both were invited to participate because they graduated from IUPUI. Carnahan received his MS in Geology in 1998, and Hamilton received her BS in Environmental Science in 1999.

The event provides opportunities for students to meet with and learn from professionals from Central Indiana. The event runs from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM and consists of career roundtables and employer site visits. In addition to Carnahan and Hamilton, representatives from Angie’s List, Eli Lilly, the Indiana Department of Environmental Management, IU Health and many other exceptional Central Indiana organizations in the public, private and non-profit sectors will be present.

EnviroForensics is proud to have two employees taking part in the event, which promises to be a day of great educational and networking opportunity for participating students.