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There are many environmental jobs and different types of careers than what you may be aware of. This Web page has a lot of information. Learn about the different jobs and careers, decide which ones you are interested, then figure out what you need to do to become the top candidate.
  • Titan Jobs
    UW Oshkosh's Titan Jobs is a great resource for locating jobs and internships. Check back regularly!
  • Job Seeker & EcoJobs
    ES pays for two subscriptions of job listings around the country. To access them, go to your D2L site and near the top should be "Environmental Studies Job and Internship Opportunities." Click on that to get access. Even if you are not looking for a job, these listings will help you learn the wide variety of environmental jobs and--very importantly--the qualifications for them. If you don't see this link on your D2L site, contact David Barnhill, barnhill@uwosh.edu.
  • Websites with Job Listings
    There are a lot of environmentally related jobs. The trick is finding out what they are. The ES program has various listings to help you find the right job.
  • Organizations with Environmental Jobs
    Because there are so many great jobs concerning the environment, there are many websites that list employment opportunities. In fact, there are many different kinds of websites. Try to become familiar with these, so you will have a good sense of what opportunities await you. I have noted in green which websites are particularly helpful.
  • Alumni Employment and Advanced Education
  • What are our alumni doing? The ES programs prepares students for a wide range of careers and graduate programs.
  • Career Fields
    There is an incredibly wide range of environmental jobs and careers. Don't assume you know what kind of job or career you want -- there may be others you haven't thought of. Spend a lot of time researching different environmental careers using the following websites and books we have in the ES office. The time you spend may make all the difference in your life!
  • Websites on Career Fields
    These are websites that tell you what a career in each field is like and what it takes to get into it.
  • ES Career Preparation Program
    The environmental studies program is designed to not just to teach you but to empower you to enter graduate school, pursue the career you want and become a responsible and effective citizen in the community. However, especially because it is a broad, interdisciplinary program, the program does not function as a complete vocational training. It is up to you to take the extra steps to prepare yourself to get into graduate school and a career you want. Learn the seven key aspects of preparing for life after UW Oshkosh
  • Career Fields
  • 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.

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