Environmentalism is good for the body and good for the soul, but it's also good for the job-seeking Saint Mary's graduate.
Amazing Environmental Organization Web Directory search engine links to sites advertising job openings, gives company contact information, and has a résumé-posting service and environmental careers bulletin board.
Cyber-Sierra Natural Resources Jobs links to employment listings and gives career information about government, private sector, nonprofit, and international jobs in professional and environmental organizations, forestry, agriculture, natural resource areas, and colleges. Recruiters, reference tools, and Internet searching tips are indicated.
EarthNet has an environmental jobs and internships database searchable by job type, geographical location, and key word. Listings focus on entry- and mid-level positions for applicants who are college students or recent graduates.
Ecological Society of America’s online brochures for high school and college students describe jobs and employers, including requisite experience, the job outlook, internship contacts, job searching, and other career facts. The site links to job announcements from ESA’s newsletter and funding opportunities.
EE-Link’s environmental-education links database is primarily geared toward teachers, students, and professionals. Job postings are sortable by deadline and posting date, organization, job title, salary, and geographical region. A search tool finds job opportunities on other servers. Links are provided to job directories and databases.
E-Jobs environmental careers directory links to U.S. and Canadian employment, specific audience information, companies, law firms, laboratories, government agencies, nonprofit organizations, salary information, résumés, and career-planning tools. Employers can post jobs and post advertisements.
EnviroNetwork links to employment listings, résumé posting sites, a job description index, an employer list, and general career Web pages. Employers can post job openings, search posted résumés, and profile their organizations. There is a chat room and discussion board.
The Environmental Career Center links to job openings and postings that are also published in the National Environmental Employment Report. A career calendar of conferences, symposia, career seminars and workshops, and information about the Center’s Green Careers Teleconference are available.
The Environmental Career Opportunities site provides job listings covering conservation, natural resources, policy, legislation, regulation, advocacy, outreach, communications, engineering and scientific services, education, international employment, and internships.
Environmental Professional’s Homepage targets consultants and remediation professionals, links to associations, conference notices and bulletins, federal and state government agencies associated with consulting and remediation, an index of environmental response training program courses, and federal legislation and regulation.
Environmental Protection Agency Career Resource Guide provides fact sheets on environmental careers. These describe responsibilities, job titles, education and requisite experience, salary ranges, and employee’s quotes. The sheets assist EPA employees who speak to students about careers. EnviroOne career center provides employment listings searchable by keyword, state, and country. There is a résumé and job-wanted posting service and job and résumé e-mail alerts. Other career resources link to information on networking, career counseling, résumé preparation, and job market analysis.
GIS jobs clearinghouse is a database of geographic information system (GIS) job opportunities and résumés organized by posting date. For a fee, employers may post job openings.
GreenBiz.com is searchable by title, level, and location, and provides employment listings for green businesses, other environmental organizations, and agencies. The site posts jobs and résumés, and a career tools section links to career advice, profiles, environmental organizations, and news.
Green Dream Jobs internship and job postings are provided for careers in sustainable organizations. Postings are searchable by job type, skill level, geographic location, and keyword. A green careers column and links to other career and business resources are provided.
National Library for the Environment—Environmental Career Page links to employment listings, career counseling sites, networking information, job market analyses, salary, résumé preparation and posting services, cover and thank you letters, Internet newsgroups, and job databases.
The National Science Teachers Association provides information about becoming a science teacher, including profiles, salary, differences in teaching at different levels, and job preparation and hunting tips. Information is available about the certification process and state education agency contacts.
Saludos.com Career Guide: Nature and Environment, a Web site for Hispanic job seekers, has a section on nature and the environment and describes job responsibilities, working conditions, alaries, job outlooks, education, and position training requirements.
Society of American Foresters’ Career Center links to forestry career information, employment listings, an educational guide to society-accredited and other forestry degree programs, job search tools, market information, and employer resources.
The Society of Toxicology links to toxicology career surveys and a field resource guide. For a fee, you can access the society’s job bank and online placement service. Strategies for successful career development in academia, industry, and government are listed.
Tree Foundation of Kern (California), also in Spanish, includes urban forestry career definitions, descriptions, interview quotes, salaries, and requisite education and experience. The schools section links to forestry colleges and contact information.
Ubiquity Environmental Careers Page describes environmental careers, searching and applying for jobs; links to an e-mail discussion group for students and environmental professionals; and has a student resources page listing other environmental sites.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s (USFWS’s) career page describes staff duties, position training requirements, salaries, and benefits. Contact information for regional offices is given.