ESS Career Resources

CSU Career Center

The CSU Career Center provides comprehensive resources to students and alumni. Some highlights include:

Check out the many other resources under the What We Do and Explore Careers tabs on the CSU Career Center website.

Want to connect in a direct appointment?

  • Current students and alumni who graduated less than a year ago, can access the CSU Career Center Connect 1:1 for options for in-person and remote appointments.
  • Alumni who graduated more than a year ago, can check out options for in-person and remote appointments on the    Alumni Career Tools and Services site.

CSU Career Center Financial Support


WCNR Career Center

WCNR Career Services provides natural resources-specific career information to WCNR students and alumni. Some highlights include:

Listservs and Career/Internship Information Boards


WCNR Career Services provides lists of Job Sites, Resources, and More accessible on their homepage. Some top *FREE* listservs and career/internship information boards are also included below:

General Focus (environmental, climate, and natural resources) Sites
Inclusive Focused Sites
  • Browngirl Green’s Green Jobs Board: A job board targeting environmental and climate justice careers within organizations focusing on diversity, equity, and inclusion.
  • Careers in Natural Resources Initiative: A website supporting pathways to enable ALL youth and young adults to enter a natural resource career providing support through career development and training.
  • Earth Science Women’s Network: Job database for tenure- and non-tenure track faculty positions, post-doctoral positions, graduate student opportunities, and permanent position; plus the ES_Jobs_Net email list.
  • Environment for the Americas: Internships and programs specifically connecting diverse people to natural resources.
  • Latino Heritage Internship Program: The Latino Heritage Internship Program (LHIP), created by the National Park Service (NPS) and administered in partnership with Environment for the Americas(EFTA), is designed to provide internship opportunities to young adults in diverse professional fields in the National Park Service.
  • MANO Project Internship Database: Hispanic Access Foundation’s internship and fellowship database with partnering federal natural resource agencies.
  • Native American Research Assistantship Program: The Wildlife Society offers annual summer research assistantships for Native undergraduate or graduate students mentored by federal research and development scientists and promotes student advancement and training for careers in natural resource and conservation-related fields.
  • A resource for ALL STEM students to access research opportunities and to support individuals, organizations and mentors committed to promoting equity in STEM fields.
Water Related Sites