Career Exploration

Finding what you want to do after graduation can be intimidating but there are many ways to get there, including reaching out to current professionals, exploring the job market, and performing research of your own or for a professor.

University Career Center

The University Career Center has a ton of career exploration resources for students to use.

Networking

Join professional networks, attend conferences and events, and get involved in local organizations. Use these connections to find people doing work you find interesting, and ask them for coffee and an informational interview to learn more.

Pathways and Jobs

Visit the links to the left to see what kinds of careers you could find through the learning pathways in the major. Also take a look at Learn How to Become and EnvironmentalScience.org.

Job Boards

Explore job boards and newsletters to see what kind of positions are in demand right now. Some, like ConservationJobBoard.com, will even let you sign up for email updates on a regular basis.

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