Check out the wide variety of resources available through the UW Career & Internship Center.
Their online calendar is a great resource for students to stay up to date with their programming.
This site contains career information on the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), as well as a job search engine. Want to help protect your environment? Improve the health of all Americans? From geology to mechanical engineering, from biology to chemistry, EPA is looking for scientists, technologists and engineers to perform cutting-edge research in a dynamic learning environment — research that can help make this a cleaner, more sustainable planet.
This website posts jobs from a wide range of organizations, and results can be narrowed down by focus (e.g. Forestry). They are the world’s largest and most-visited career website in conservation, ecology, forestry, wildlife, and fisheries. Their goal is to help conservation professionals discover great employment opportunities in ecology, wildlife, forestry, marine biology, environmental education, and related fields.
This site specializes in building your own resume and provides samples for reference. They offer easy-to-use resume builder which helps in writing powerful, attention-getting resumes easy for any jobseeker. Whether you are just starting your career or making a transition into a new one, they’ve got you covered.
The Green Seattle Partnership coordinates restoration projects to care for our urban forest and bring people into the parks to build community through hands-on volunteerism. The Partnership was started in 2004 to respond to a critical threat facing the City’s forested parks. Without intervention, we risked losing 70% of the tree cover in our parks in just 20 years. With thousands of volunteers getting involved every year, dedicated staff with City agencies and partners, and professional crews to help out on our toughest sites, we are making great strides, but the work is far from done. Join us! Volunteer in your neighborhood park, help us get the word out to more people, and continue the effort at home in your own yard by removing invasive weeds and planting native trees and shrubs. We’re going to need everyone’s help to keep the Emerald City green!
Tips, Resources and Job Outlooks for People Who Love Plants. For gardening, flower or nature fans, getting a degree doesn’t have to mean resigning to a dull desk job. There are many specialized career paths available in the fields of agriculture, horticulture and forestry for prospective students with a green thumb. Even though equipment advancements have reduced the farm labor force in recent years, there is still a demand for nursery and greenhouse workers as well as agriculture and horticulturists, florists and flower specialist. This breakdown of career paths provides a way for those with green thumbs to explore plant-centric industries, with tips to get a career with plants growing.
General Job Search Resources:
Handshake is the UW’s online job and internship database. You can search for internships, part-time and full-time jobs, from your computer or mobile device as well as view physical and virtual upcoming employer events.
Engineerjobs.com is the world’s most-visited engineering job site. It can help you search engineering jobs by engineering discipline or location and find 300,000 engineering jobs in the U.S. and Canada.
Not only is Buzzfile the most comprehensive and functional resource of its kind, it is also the best value. Unlike other services that offer a fraction of the coverage and functionality of Buzzfile, and cost thousands of dollars a year to subscribe, Buzzfile is completely FREE to colleges and universities. Furthermore, Buzzfile provides career centers with tremendous use flexibility. Since Buzzfile is free and does not require registration, career centers can make Buzzfile available to students, faculty and alumni.