Jobs and Internships

Natural Resources Job Postings Through Handshake

These jobs are sent to us directly from NR employers, the CSU Career Center, or CSU staff and faculty members.

Natural Resources Job Postings Through Listservs and Journal Subscriptions

*Jobs on these websites or listservs are NOT posted on Handshake

Environmental Career Opportunities

Lists full time job postings and internships in conservation, policy, advocacy, natural resources, environmental science and international listings. To access all the postings, use user ID (case sensitive): csu_wcnr. Password: rams.

The Job Seeker Network

Produces a newsletter and website that provides open vacancy announcements to prospective employees and College/University career centers and academic departments. To view the newsletters on the website, go to the "Subscribers Area" and use the following Username / Password (both are case sensitive). Username = subscriber, Password = maltese

Ecolog-L Listserv

The Ecological Society of America maintains a listserv that is open to all that includes job postings at both the undergraduate and graduate level.  This link takes you to the subscribe page. 

NOLS Jobs Listserv

NOLS maintains a jobs listserv that has outdoor-related job.  Sign up for the "NOLS Job Announcements" on the page the link directs you to.

Conservation Job Board

This online job board is run by a WCNR Alum!

National Council for Science and the Environment                           

NCSE’s Campus to Careers Program is dedicated to providing environmentally-motivated students with the tools necessary to pursue careers in the non-profit, governmental and private sectors.


Natural Resources Job Websites By Focus
Natural Resources Career Services (NRCC) ListServ (Federal Postings)

Receive Federal Outreach notices through this site.

To join these listservs, visit to Academic Computing & Networking Services page to Subscribe to Non-Course Mailing List.  Look for the NRCC lists.

Career Fairs

There is typically a Natural Resource Career Fair day in February each year that is a valuable opportunity for students and employers in natural resources to connect with one another and for students to learn more about the professional opportunities in natural resources from employers. The CSU Career Center, located in the Lory Student Center, hosts both a fall and spring career fair. 

Career Interviews and Information Sessions

Often in the NR Atrium, we have natural resource employers conduct on-campus interviews or informational session in the Natural Resources Building or the Career Center. Handshake is where these are documented and emails by our office.