Major to Career: Environmental Studies
On this page you will find information about careers pursued by Environmental Studies majors, skills Environmental Studies majors develop and career-related Web sites relevant to the major. Visit the department page to learn more about the Environmental Studies program.
It is important to remember that your major does not determine what your career will be. With a liberal arts education, YOU, not your major, will determine your career path.
On the right is a comprehensive list of job titles of Dickinson alumni who majored in Environmental Studies.
Career-Related Web Sites
Environmental Career Opportunities - Explore job opportunities in environmental advocacy and outreach in the west/central US
National Park Service Jobs - Browse job opportunities in national parks, camps, state parks, and more.
Envirolink - A good site for finding resources for a wide range of environmental issues, including identifying organizations that may offer opportunities.
Cool Climate Jobs - Source for climate change, renewable energy, and green collar jobs in the United States and around the world.
Pennslyvania Dept. of Environmental Protection - Features current headlines in environmental news, reviews of recent public participation, an issue directory of the DEP, and much more. Link to internships and jobs by clicking on the online services button.
Environmental Careers World - Job listings that you can filter by location. Various career positions in a number of environmental fields
Environmental Careers Organization - Search jobs and long-term well-paid internships. Most internships require a completed or nearly completed bachelor's degree.
Chesapeake Bay Foundation - Jobs and Internships with the Chesapeake Bay Foundation.
CoolWorks - All kinds of Resort jobs.
Ecological Society of America - Posts ecology’s most up-to-date job opportunities.
Cyber-Sierra's Natural Resources Job Search - Provides jobs search advice and links to job posting sites with opportunities broken down by field.
Princeton University Outdoor Action Guide to Outdoor and Environmental Careers - Job resource guide from a workshop on environmental and outdoor careers.
Student Conservation Association - Conservation & field work jobs.
HAZWOPER Training FAQ - Information on how to become certified to work with hazardous materials. This is a minimum requirement for most entry-level consulting postions.
For additional career resources and links, please visit the Job Search Web Link page.