Rubenstein School of Environment & Natural Resources
Credits are just the starting line for your four year plan. Outside of the classroom - working, finding internships, and expanding your network will also help you land a job. Read on for UVM's step-by-step guide for career success.
To customize your plan, click "Start Your Plan" for your current class year or choose the focus that best represents where you are now in the career cycle: Explore, Experience, Focus, Achieve.
First Year: Explore
Connect on Campus
- Join a club/organization.
- Go to your professors' office hours.
- Connect with multicultural communities and Identity-based resources.
Discover Your Strengths & Interests
Second Year: Experience
Commit to Your Studies
Engage in Experiential Learning
Get funding to get experience:
Across UVM there are scholarships amounting to a quarter of a million dollars for students to support their internships in a variety of different industries.
Third Year: Focus
Cultivate Your Career Identity
LAND YOUR DREAM JOB
Coneco Engineers & Scientists, inc
Environmental Compliance Services
Environmental Resource Managment
Forest Stewardship Council
Green Mountain Aububon Center
National Park Service
New York City Dept. of Parks & Recreation
Next Step Living
Ransom Consulting, Inc.Ripple Effect Kayaking Ecotours
State of Vermont Agency of Natural Resources
Student Conservation Association
Sustainable New Jersey
Teach for America
The Nature ConservancyThe Tulalip Tribes
US Fish & Wildlife, Assabet River Nat. Wildlife Refuge
USDA Forest Service
UVM Watershed Alliance
Vermont Land Trust
Fourth Year: Achieve
Expand Career Connections
92% of Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resource graduates are employed or continuing their education within one year of graduating from UVM.
Last modified July 13 2017 01:37 PM