These external resources are excellent sources of information on careers in natural resources, federal hiring, and federal internship programs. If you have any questions about pursuing a career in natural resources management, we’d be happy to speak with you or connect you to someone who can help. You can reach us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 208-426-3784.
A How-To Guide for Pursuing a Career in Natural Resources
- Produced by the Colorado Youth Corps Association and Colorado Alliance for Environmental Education, this guide provides useful advice for students seeking federal and state careers in natural resources fields.
- Concise advice on federal resume writing, application questionnaires, the interviewing process, and more.
- A suite of career resources for young adults sponsored by the Department of Labor.
- Take an interest assessment, review occupation profiles, and learn how to structure a cover letter.
- O*NET maintains detailed career profiles that project the Department of Labor’s outlook for demand and list common skill sets, areas of knowledge, and average educational attainment.
- U of I offers a one year master’s degree (or a certificate program) in science communication and environmental education. More information at the U of I website. U of I offers two scholarships designed to support diversity and inclusion efforts.