With administrative offices in North America and Europe, the non profit Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) was founded in 1979 to serve as a forum for individuals and institutions partaking in environmental issues, education, and research. At this Web site, professionals can discover employment opportunities that are committed to ethical professional conduct. Potential graduate students can search SETAC's database to discover environmental chemistry, engineering, or toxicology programs that best suites their needs. Interested parties can order publications supported by SETAC. If so desired, users can learn about membership benefits and dues. This Web site introduces award opportunities to students and researchers. Although none are posted at this time, student members can post their resumes at this site.