Why Should You Recruit Warner CNR Students?
- Our students receive the most innovative training in the scientific investigation, management, and conservation of our land, wildlife, air, mineral, and water resources.
- Our faculty and scientists are recognized worldwide for their pioneering research that addresses society’s most critical environmental and natural resources issues.
- The Forestry Program ranks first in the nation in terms of female and minority graduates.
- The Wildlife Biology program continues to rank as one of the top two wildlife programs in the country. We rank first among all university programs in wildlife biology as determined by nation-wide rankings of scholarly productivity and citations of publications in leading wildlife journals.
- The Fishery Biology program is tied for second in the nation in an informal poll of the American Fisheries Society's Editorial Board.
- The Natural Resource Recreation and Tourism department is one of the top two undergraduate recreation programs in the country. It is one of the largest programs in United States and is one of seven programs in the United States that is both a comprehensive bachelor's, master's, and doctoral program and is accredited by the National Recreation and Parks Association.
- The Forest, Rangeland and Watershed Stewardship department has the most extensive fire science program in the U.S. at both the undergraduate and graduate level.
Post your employment and internships opportunities for FREE to reach thousands of students and alumni in all majors and career fields. Your listing will be viewed on The Career Center's website through Handshake and can be highlighted in the weekly WCNR Career Newletter.
- You may register and add your listing directly to Handshake
- The advantages of posting here include saved job listings (that you can put up again each year) and available for later access to students.
The Career Center at Colorado State University hosts an All University Fall Career Fair and a spring fair with an AG/NR Focus day in February.
Click here for more information on Career Fairs.
Colorado State University offers a variety of options to those employers looking to recruit students and graduates including on-campus career interviewing, informational sessions, classroom outreach, and students clubs.
Conducting your interviews on campus is a convenient and effective way to meet with a pool of qualified candidates. Whether you are interested in open interview schedules or prescreening interview candidates, The Career Center can help you get your on-campus interview schedules posted. Here at The Career Center at CSU, we use Handshake to manage On-Campus Interviewing. Handshake will allow you to register yourself in order to initiate the on-campus interviewing process. In this online recruiting system, you will be able to preview resumes and preselect candidates for interviews using your web browser. Our system also allows you to see the interview schedule(s), including who signed up. Please contact The Career Center at 970/ 491-5707 to set up your on campus interview date(s).
Share information about your organization and/or job opportunities with natural resources classes. This is a great way to target your outreach to specific students. You can also click here to view a list of the active natural resources student clubs.