Includes information on employment areas, employers, and employment strategies.
Information about Environmental Science careers can be found at http://www.ecojobs.com/. 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.
Orion Magazine's Grassroots Jobsource is also a great source for information on internships and jobs.
An overview of careers in sustainability, including a salary calculator that factors in position and location (city & state). http://www.sustainabilitydegrees.com/careers/
A college student action guide with over 10,000 words on building sustainability campaigns on campus, finding funding, and reaching goals.
Doane students participate in internships, summer employment, and shadowing gaining hands-on work experience. Internships can be taken for college credit through the new College to Career Center. Environmental Science students have completed these experiences at organizations such as:
Looking for a summer internship? Visit http://environmentalinterns.org to look through internship opportunities. You can apply directly through the clearinghouse portal. This service is provided by the National Council for Science and the Environment. Doane is a member of the NCSE which is dedicated to improving the scientific basis for environmental decision-making by bridging the gap between science and policy to catalyze solutions.
Local Government Environmental Assistance Network can be found at http://www.lgean.org/
The Local Government Environmental Assistance Network (LGEAN) is a "first-stop shop" providing environmental management, planning, funding, and regulatory information for local government elected and appointed officials, managers, and staff.
American Water Works Association can be found at http://www.awwa.org/
The American Water Works Association (AWWA) is an international nonprofit scientific and educational society dedicated to the improvement of drinking water quality and supply in North America and beyond.
The Society for Conservation Biology can be found at http://conbio.net/
The Society for Conservation Biology (SCB) is an international professional organization of over 8000 individuals dedicated to promoting the scientific study of the phenomena that affect the maintenance, loss, and restoration of biological diversity. The society's membership comprises a wide range of people interested in the conservation and study of biological diversity: resource managers, educators, government and private conservation workers, and students. The society was formed to develop the scientific and technical means for the protection, maintenance, and restoration of life on earth: species, ecosystems, and the processes that sustain them.