Websites with Job Listings
Check out the job, internship and volunteer listings on D2L. These include two comprehensive listings: the Job Seeker and ECO. Every ES major or minor should have exclusive access to these private lists. Just log in to D2L and the "Environmental Studies Job and Internship Opportunities" at the bottom of the page. If you are alumni or are otherwise unable to access them, contact David Barnhill.
Wildlife Behavior and Conservation
View Elsbeth McPhee's list of job boards and listservs in wildlife behavior and conservation.
University of Wisconsin Extension
UW Extension has jobs in natural resource management and related fields. Periodically check the listings at the website to see if new ones have appeared that interest you. For more information, visit the University of Wisconsin Extension website.
Environmental Education Internship and Volunteer Opportunities
This website offers many positions related to the field of environmental education as well as internship and volunteering opportunities throughout the state. Positions include current, ongoing and future opportunities. If you are interested in environmental education, visit the Environmental Education in Wisconsin website.
Sustainable Food Jobs
Sustainable Food Jobs is one of the first blogs and websites to provide you with the most up-to-date job opportunities available in the domestic sustainable food and agriculture sector. For more information, visit the Sustainable Food Jobs blog.
ES Environmental Career Preparation
It is up to you to take the extra steps to prepare yourself to get into the graduate school and the career you want. Learn the seven key aspects of preparing for life after UW Oshkosh.
There is a wide range of environmental jobs and careers. So, don't assume you know what kind of job or career you want -- there may be others you have not thought of. Spend time researching different career fields.
UW Oshkosh Career Services
Career Services encourages, supports and advances career and professional development for current students through the acquisition of knowledge, practice of skills and reflection on experience. Learn how Career Services can help you prepare for your future.