Explore post-graduation opportunities and learn more about the skills, education, and experience needed to land your dream job
Connect with potential employers and build your network for future career exploration
Share your resume with employers
Get Hired for internships and careers in environmental fields and discover volunteer opportunities or unpaid internships which build practical skills, allow you to network, and provide experience needed to advance your career
Make the Career Fair a Success!
Do your research – Review the organization’s website before the career fair so your questions are specific
Dress professionally – First impressions are important
Introduce yourself – Work on your brief elevator pitch and tell them what skills, education, and experience you have. Be specific about how these skills relate to the organization or position that you are pursuing.
Leave them with something – Provide them with your resume and contact information
Follow up – Ask for a business card or contact information and follow up with employers after the fair to thank them for their time and remind them of your interest.
Be sure to update your resume and prepare to meet employers!
The Department of Fish and Wildlife has some of the most talented people in the natural resource field. We celebrate and value diversity, appreciating that a workforce composed of those from different backgrounds and experiences creates an inclusive environment, strengthens positive relationships with the local community, and brings new perspectives and a […]
The Department of Fish and Wildlife has some of the most talented people in the natural resource field. We celebrate and value diversity, appreciating that a workforce composed of those from different backgrounds and experiences creates an inclusive environment, strengthens positive relationships with the local community, and brings new perspectives and appr […]
Brian Thompson’s interest in gardening started at an early age when his parents gave him a dozen gladiolus corms for his seventh birthday. As they grew and bloomed, he began to record the varying plant heights, size and number of florets, and the impact of the environmental factors, such as his brother’s lawnmower, on their success. As other plants, bulbs, […]
1) Chimonanthus praecox Wintersweet The light yellow flowers are debatably the sweetest of the Witt Winter Garden. Wintersweet is highly cultivated in China where the flowers are used in teas and herbal remedies despite the fact that the seeds are poisonous. Also in China, the flower petals are used in potpourri and to scent linen. […]
The golden jackal (Canis aureus) has occupied Europe for about 8,000 years, but since the 1950s, its population has been on the rise, eclipsing the population of European wolves (Canis lupus lupus). Similar to the spread of coyotes (Canis latrans) to the eastern United States, the jackal once inhabited the continent’s fringes. Now, with populations throughou […]
Gray wolves (Canis lupus) are accustomed to the snowy landscapes of northeastern Alberta, Canada, but when snow is falling, they become less active, researchers found. The effect was especially clear at night when the wolves typically hunt. For TWS member Amanda Droghini, lead researcher on the study published in PLOS ONE, the findings reminded her of anecdo […]