- Environmental Science Careers
Environmental Science Careers
What can I do with an Environmental Science degree? Includes information on employment areas, employers, and employment strategies.
Environmental Career Opportunities at http://www.ecojobs.com/ is primarily a subscription site, although there is limited job listing information available to non-subscribers. Receive over 500 current environmental jobs every 2 weeks at our password protected website by subscribing to Environmental Career Opportunities, the only comprehensive source of environmental job vacancies. Environmental job vacancies are from all sectors of the job-market including nonprofits, corporations, professional firms, institutions, and Federal, state and local governments.
Opportunities for College Students and College Graduates at EPA
Grassroots Network Jobs and Internships - Orion Magazine. A great site for internships and job opportunities in environmental fields - http://www.orionmagazine.org/jobs
Student Opportunities at EPA - Numerous opportunities are available within the Environmental Protection Agency for students to gain vital career experience while contributing to the mission of protecting human health and safeguarding the environment. Internships, fellowships and other opportunities are available in Washington, DC, laboratories, and at regional EPA locations nationwide - http://www.epa.gov/careers/stuopp.html.
Opportunities for college graduates - Opportunities for graduates are available at EPA with an emphasis on the graduate's career and leadership development. http://www.epa.gov/careers/gradopp.html
Environmental Careers can be found at http://environmentalcareer.com/
Posting and finding environmental jobs is fast, easy and efficient on EnvironmentalCareer.com, where leading environmental employers, and the best candidates, are brought together to help build a better environment.
Environmental Careers Organization can be found at http://www.eco.org/
The Environmental Careers Organization (ECO) is the countries leading environmental careers development organization. ECO's mission is to protect and enhance the environment through the development of diverse leaders, the promotion of careers, and the inspiration of individual action.
The Outdoor Action Guide can be found at http://www.princeton.edu/~oa/programs/index.shtml
This job resource guide is from a workshop on outdoor and environmental careers given to students at Princeton University . It is made available to the Internet community as an educational resource. We hope that the information here is helpful to others interested in these fields. We are not able to provide personal job counseling across the Internet so please do not send mail asking for specific leads to positions.
Many OA Leaders are interested in combining their enjoyment of the wilderness with summer jobs or careers. There is an extensive range of possible career options with this type of focus. Early spring is the time to start looking for summer positions or, for seniors, post-graduation job opportunities. This guide is designed to briefly present some of the issues and resources for starting a career in the outdoors on the environment.
Environmental Jobs and Careers can be found at http://www.ejobs.org/
E Jobs links to environmental opportunities in the USA and Canada. Employment includes careers such as environmental engineers, nature and wetlands scientists, GIS, technicians, chemists, earth sciences/geologists, policy and law, wildlife conservation, planning, education, wastewater treatment and operations, program and project management, natural resources, etc.
Orion Grassroots Network can be found at http://www.orionmagazine.org/
Internship and Career Service
Connecting students and professionals with cutting-edge environmental and social change work, the Internship & Career Service advertises internships, jobs, apprenticeships, and Americorps opportunities available with organizational members of the Orion Grassroots Network, a rapidly growing coalition of 800 grassroots organizations doing vital work in their communities and home-places. This place-based work -- in conservation, education, restoration, agriculture, and activism -- represents the future of the movement for environmental stewardship and social justice. A monthly e-mail update of new postings is sent to over 1,600 contacts at career centers and environmental studies departments at 400 schools (list of Educational Affiliates) as well as to a growing number of individual job seekers. To be added to the list of recipients, please e-mail us.
Cyber-Sierra can be found at http://cyber-sierra.com/nrjobs/read.html
NATURAL RESOURCES JOB SEARCH
Helping you find employment in conservation jobs
Water Job Network can be found at http://www.waterjobsnow.com/
Welcome to WaterJobsNOW!, the place to find or fill water and wastewater jobs, government and water resource jobs, engineering and management jobs, and jobs in consumer, commercial, and industrial water products and services.
Environmental Jobs with WWF can be found at http://www.panda.org/about_wwf/jobs/index.cfm
Society of Wetland Scientists Jobs Board can be found at http://www.sws.org/Resources/the-sws-wetland-jobs-board.html
Water Environment Federation Career Opportunities can be found at http://jobbank.wef.org/
The National Association of Environmental Professional's (NAEP) Information Resources Career Center can be found at http://www.jobtarget.com/
Sustainability Career Resources brought to you by HEASC, DANS, and the US Partnership for Education for Sustainable Development. Here is a list of websites filled with job listings as well as career resources. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/lv?key=0AuwBTPUVhNwqdHJRWnRGNTRBeWRtcmhtSloxcTNoY0E&toomany=true