Tracking Work Experience

Learn and earn at the same time

Get that job after graduation by getting that experience while you’re a student. Gain practical skills in your natural resource discipline and jump start your career. It’ll help you every step of the way and get your foot in the door.

Experience increases exposure to your chosen field. Practice skills daily. Be part of actively working towards project goals. You’ll expand your network and secure solid job references to get your resume on top of the list and ultimately get that good news phone call.

If you’re studying Natural Resources Management or in forest concentrations of the Forest and Rangeland Stewardship major, having acceptable professional work experience in your chosen field prior to graduation is required.

Work experience in a nutshell:


The minimum number of work experience hours required.

Check with your advisor to see if this is a requirement for your particular major.


Complete work experience all at once or over multiple opportunities.

  • Summer
  • Seasonal
  • Semester

Natural resource related:

  • Summer jobs
  • Internships
  • Volunteer positions
  • Work study
  • Federal agencies
  • State agencies
  • Private organizations
  • University