Carroll College, Helena Montana

Professions in Environment Studies

CAREERS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES MAJORS

You have graduated with your degree in Environmental Studies and are wondering now what. Well here we have listed some great websites to help you get started with your job search. Also if you need more help with your job search, resume, or tips on how to have a great interview, feel free to stop by the Career and Testing Services office. Our staff is more that happy to help you and we also have a complete library to help you find the perfect career.

 

Career Websites
Graduate Schools

Looking for an internship in Environmental Studies? Then check out our Environmental Studies Internship Site.  Or feel free to contact our internship coordinator Nisan Burbridge for more information on setting up an internship. 

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Career Services has four computers exclusively for student career exploration activities, including several career inventories online not available from other computer terminals.

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Occupations may require additional education and/or experience.

Following are some job titles that are accessible to Environmental Studies Majors:

    Naturalist*
    Oceanographer*
    Land and Water Conservation
    Fishery and Wildlife Management
    Parks and Outdoor Recreation
    Forestry*
    Environmental Law
    Public Affairs Assistant
    Wildlife Rescue Team Member
    Laboratory Researcher
    Environmental Scientist*
    Environmental officer for developing company
    Public Health Educator and/or Inspector
    Photojournalist
    Toxicologist*
    Ecologist*

Job titles with asterisk (*) have additional web links listed below. 

Commission on Professionals in Science and Technology

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For more information about membership or our publications and services, please visit our website today at www.cpst.org or call (202) 326-7080.