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2. Paul Smith's College: Forestry, Culinary, Hotel, Natural Resources, Environmenta
Arts and Service Management, fisheries and Wildlife Sciences, forestry, Hotel, Resort and Alternatively, careers also start with Associate degrees in

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Paul Smith's College is set in the Adirondacks of Northern New York amid awe-inspiring mountains, sparkling lakes and lush forests. The main campus of the 14,200 acre property is on the shores of Lower St. Regis Lake, providing a safe, comfortable and invigorating environment to obtain baccalaureate or associate degrees. Bachelor’s programs include Biology, Business, Culinary Arts and Service Management, Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences, Forestry, Hotel, Resort and Tourism Management, Natural Resources, and Recreation, Adventure Travel and Ecotourism (RATE). Alternatively, careers also start with Associate degrees in programs such as Business, Culinary Arts, Fish and Wildlife Technology, Forest Recreation or Forest Technician, Liberal Arts, Hotel and Restaurant Management, Outdoor Recreation, Surveying, or Urban Tree Management.
A view of Paul Smith's College and part of the
14,200 acre campus

3. Cyber-Sierra's Natural Resources Job Search: Natural Resources Employment
Professionals posts current vacancies through Quantum careers. all levels in forestry, fisheries, wildlife, range sciences as they relate to natural resources.

Helping you find employment in conservation jobs Skip menu NEWEST JOBS ADVERTISE AGRICULTURE ... WILDLIFE
The 'Jobs in Natural Resources' page tends to focus on employment opportunities leaning towards field work and the resource professions while the 'Jobs in Environment' tends towards advocacy and activism - but check both lists. Don't forget that New announcements are frequently added.
More Sources for Jobs in Natural Resources
Environmental Career Opportunities
About 100 current job vacancies in the environmental field can be found and used for your job hunt on this excellent job site, but you can receive 500 vacancies through a subscription, which you can receive at a password protected website or in print for a modest fee.
Find the latest jobs in oil, mining, geoscience, environmental, agriculture, forestry, ecology, meteorology, oceanography, hydrology, soil, GIS and related subjects.
CO Natural Resources Career Center
While the College of Natural Resources (CO) jobs board is limited to students, the site does have quite a few links to posting locations organized by topic.
Society for Conservation Biology
Great jobs list for Ecologists, biologists, and more.

4. Careers In Natural Resource Conservation
mapping, forestry, wildlife, fisheries, engineering, computers SAF provides information on forestry careers and networking A career in natural resources can
Careers in Natural Resource Conservation
Alison W. Bowers and Martha C. Monroe An important part of working with youth today is facilitating the discovery of the countless career paths available to them. An exciting discipline that you can present and explore with them is this field of natural resources. This fact sheet helps you get acquainted with natural resource career opportunities, describes how local agencies can assist you, and provides activities to introduce young people to a profession in natural resources.
Career Basics
Choosing a career is a major decision in a young person's life. The 4-H National Center for Workforce Preparation provides curriculum resources and other forms of assistance to help 4-H'ers acquire basic skills, explore career options, and gain experience in the workplace. The 4-H Council lists grant opportunities for 4-H agents to receive funds to establish career-related programs and partnerships. The Florida 4-H program also offers career activities including a What Are My Skills? Worksheet (4HGCR32). The United States Department of Education and Labor oversees the School to Work program, which provides support and funding to states and local communities to develop school to work initiatives. These initiatives vary from state and state; Florida supports several school to work programs. Program components can include linking with community colleges, partnering with industry, and locating guest speakers to visit schools and clubs. Visit

5. Urban And Community Forestry—College Of Natural Resources (CNR)
Urban and Community forestryCollege of natural resources (CNR). community forestry curriculum prepares students for careers in planning and managing vegetation and natural resources in 2001Introduction to fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation
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Urban and Community Forestry
Department of Forest Resources College of Natural Resources (CNR) : Catalog Web Site E-mail
B.S. The urban and community forestry curriculum prepares students for careers in planning and managing vegetation and natural resources in or near urban communities, and for direct involvement in resource management or for specialized supporting roles in areas such as urban planning and environmental education. Urban forests include areas along streets and in parks, private lands, greenbelts, and open spaces. Urban foresters help communities plan, design, or protect urban and peri-urban forests; supervise tree selection and planting; and design insect control/disease protection and plant health care programs. Principle employers for graduates in urban and community forestry include city governments, private tree care and arboricultural consulting companies, state and federal forestry agencies, nurseries, and utility companies. Graduates may also be qualified for traditional forestry positions, including those in the federal government. Degree Requirements To complete the degree, students must complete 120 credits. Those students going into consulting or private business should choose courses in the forest health and cultural practices of urban forestry. Students interested in managing the urban landscape should concentrate on courses in the management and administration areas.

6. Fisheries And Wildlife—College Of Natural Resources (CNR)
fisheries and WildlifeCollege of natural resources (CNR). for careers in fisheries, wildlife, conservation fisheries and wildlife minor enables students in programs such as biology, communications, education, forestry, natural resources
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Fisheries and Wildlife
Department of Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology College of Natural Resources (CNR) : Catalog Web Site E-mail
B.S. Students select an area of specialization, usually by the end of the sophomore year. The areas of specialization are described by selecting a link below. Although no computer course is required, students are expected to be computer literate and competent using word processing, spreadsheet, and e-mail software. Areas of Specialization Conservation Biology Specialization
Fisheries Specialization

Wildlife Specialization
Minor and Pre-professional Option Fisheries and Wildlife Minor
Pre-Veterinary Medicine
Degree Requirements To complete the degree, students must complete 128 credits. After completing a core curriculum that includes liberal education , communications, basic science, mathematics, and an orientation to the fields of fisheries, wildlife, and conservation biology, students complete additional credits in one of three areas of specialization: fisheries, wildlife, or conservation biology. Some of the core curriculum courses also fulfill diversified core and designated theme requirements.

7. Forestry
careers in forestry involve balancing the needs of humans with the natural cycles of the environment. Forest Management, natural resources, and fisheries and
Forestry Careers in Forestry involve balancing the needs of humans with the natural cycles of the environment. Forest Management, Natural Resources, and Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences are areas of concentration. A career would involve working outdoors, in good weather and bad; learning about forests, ecosystems, and the environment; and integrating science, business, people, and resource management. As a graduate of Forestry, you will apply scientific management to make forests healthier and more productive for timber, wildlife, recreation, and water quality. Marketable skills for natural resources majors: Problem solving
Numeric computation
Love of the outdoors
Critical thinking
Team player
Presentation skills
Physical fitness for field work
Coordinating work with others Sample of career titles: Forester/Forestry Technician
Service Forester
Public Forester Industrial Forester Conservation Scientist Range Manager/Range Scientist Ecologist National Park Service Professional Landowner Assistant/Technician Tree Manager Consultant Environmental Consultant/Monitor Data Manager Hydrologist Logger Land Manager Research Technician Wildlife and Fisheries Manger Resource Monitor Conservation Educator

8. Undergraduate Majors & Minors | College Of Natural Resources, University Of Minn
of fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology website for more The Urban and Community forestry major prepares students for careers in planning and
U of M CNR Prospective Students Home ... Alumni
Six majors are offered: Bio-based Products Environment and Natural Resources Fisheries and Wildlife Forest Resources ... Recreation Resource Management , and Urban and Community Forestry . Details about each major are described below. View additional information on minor requirements and courseguides for each minor. Links to advising aids (curriculum guides/major requirements, minor requirements, course information sheets, 4-year graduation plans, and contracts) for all majors are available on the undergraduate advising page
Bio-based Products
Bio-based Products are materials, chemicals and energy derived from renewable bio-resources including forestry, agriculture and other biomass. Much of the commercial products and energy that we use today from fast depleting fossil fuels can be derived from renewable bio-resources. The molecular building blocks and components of biomass can be harnessed to heat our homes, run our cars, light our buildings and provide inCdustrial and consumer products. These products include fibers and fiber-based products, paper, board, engineered wood, structural panels, wood-based composites, renewable plastics, and bio-derived chemicals and fuels. This major provides students strong foundation in the sustainable utilization of bio-resources while protecting the environment. The interdisciplinary Bio-based Products major combines course work in science, engineering, technology, and business - all related to the manufacturing and end-use applications of materials, products and energy from renewable resources.

9. Interests Areas And Careers | College Of Natural Resources, University Of Minnes
Interest Areas and careers. Key for majors FW = fisheries and Wildlife FR = Forest Studies RRM = Recreation Resource Management UF = Urban forestry WPS = Wood
U of M CNR Current Students Careers ... Alumni
Interest Areas and Careers
This chart shows majors associated with natural resource interest areas and possible job options for graduates within those majors. Key for majors:
FW = Fisheries and Wildlife
FR = Forest Resources
NRES = Natural Resources and Environmental Studies
RRM = Recreation Resource Management
UF = Urban Forestry
WPS = Wood and Paper Science Interest Area Majors Sample Job Titles Biology FW, FR, NRES Fisheries biologist, wildlife biologist, biology teacher WPS Forest product sales representative, marketing specialist Chemistry WPS, NRES Water quality scientist, paper chemist, paper products developer, soil chemist Computers FR, NRES Geographic information systems specialist (GIS), remote sensing specialist, aerial photo interpreter Conservation FW, NRES Conservation planner, preserve manager, wildlife refuge manager, environmental biologist Ecology FW, FR, UF, NRES

10. FRCC - Forestry, Wildlife And Natural Resources
prepares students for a wide range of careers in natural Students gain practical skills in forestry, wildlife, aquaculture, fisheries, wildland fire

11. Prospective Students: NRC
careers in natural resources Conservation. for the conservation of natural resources based on a in areas such as wildlife, fisheries, forestry, environment, law
Undergraduate Programs Prospective Students NRC
  • Back to previous page Conservation Careers and Resources Association of Professional Foresters
  • Association of Professional Biologists
  • Conservation Career Services
  • Natural Resources Volunteer Program ...
  • What is the demand for graduates? B.Sc.Natural Resourcses Conservation Careers in Natural Resources Conservation Graduates of the NRC program are able to develop strategies for t he conservation of natural resources based on a working knowledge of biological, political, and socio-economic factors. Diverse opportunities exists for graduates to work locally, nationally or internationally in areas such as wildlife, fisheries, forestry, environment, law, or education for:
    • federal and provincial governments, crown corporations, First Nations, and municipalities,
    • non-profit environmental or community groups, and
  • 12. Natural Resources
    the story of the collapse of the Atlantic fisheries in Canada. The careers in the Mining Industry presentation illustrates careers closely linked with forestry. students

    Click Here To Return to Helpful Links For Students
    This page is meant to help students find links to Natural Resources Natural Resources Of Canada This government of Canada web site links major Canadian Natural Resources.
    Sustainable Development
    Sustainable Development The Canadian government department of Foreign Affair and International Trade web site dealing with Sustainable Development. It is divided into four categories, with links into the four areas. The four categories and links are:
    (i)Sustainable Development (Sustainable Development - Overview, Agenda 2000: DFAIT's SD Strategy, Agenda 2000: Progress Reports, Notice Board),
    (ii) Environmental Issues (Canada and the Oceans,
    Environmental Institutions, International Forest Issues, Climate Change, Trade and
    (iii) Environment Assessment (Strategic Environmental Assessment, Project
    Environmental Assessment, and
    (iv) Environment Management (Greening Operations,Working Green at Missions, Environment Week.

    13. NRES | Careers - Links To Employment Listings For NRES Majors
    natural resources, Environmental Sciences, and forestry. Career Opportunities Environmental careers Organization Environmental Wildlife and fisheries, Texas A M
    Links to Employment Listings in
    Natural Resources, Environmental Sciences, and Forestry


    Nonprofit Organizations
    Seasonal Work

    ICF Consulting

    Bureau of Land Management

    BLM Firefighting Jobs
    Bureau of Reclamation Center for Ecological Management of Military Lands ... Wildland Firefighter Apprenticeship Program (Northern Rockies Region) All Federal Jobs: U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) Federal Job Search (Not affiliated with the U.S. Government) International Conservation International Consultative Group on International Agriculture Research (CGIAR) Job Searches and Link Lists America's Job Bank American Forests American Water Resources Association Bill's Wildlife Sites ... Student Conservation Association (SCA) The Sustainable Business Network Water Jobs Nonprofit Organizations Access-Networking in the Public Interest American Rivers Conservation International Environmental Defense Fund ... Student Conservation Association (SCA) Temperate Forest Foundation (Careers in the Forest Products Industry) The Trust for Public Land U.S. Public Interest Research Group

    14. Jobs In Agriculture, Zoology, And The Environment
    helping jobseekers find jobs in natural resources fields, including forestry, wildlife, fisheries, etc. E Jobs Environmental Jobs and careers primarily a
    Home About QuintCareers Free Newsletter Career Resources ... Employer Resources Job-Hunting Tools:
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    Quintessential Job Search: Job Search Keywords...
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    Arts / Entertainment / Gaming Clerical / Administrative Customer Service Healthcare / Medical Human Resources Information Technology Insurance Legal Services Management Merchandising / Purchasing / Retail Military / Government Other Public Relations Research Science / Biotech Transportation/Logistics Travel / Hospitality / Restaurant Advanced Search Post Resume Job Index What follows is a collection of the best job resources for the agriculture, zoology, and environmental professions. And don't forget that for the complete list of career books (including books about a career in the agriculture and environmental professions), check out the Quintessential Careers Bookstore , in association with Amazon Books.

    15. Conservation And Natural Resource Jobs In Environmental Career Opportunities: Th
    progressively responsible professional experience in forestry or related Visit us at natural resources fields like fisheries Science, Ecology
    Current job vacancies for you to apply for now - updated June 7, 2004
    These are only some of the 500+ job vacancies in ECO's latest issue. You can apply for the rest of the current job vacancies in ECO simply by ordering a subscription on-line today! You will get all of your money back if you are not fully satisfied (no questions asked). Check out our [Subscription info/Guarantee and Secure on-line order form]. GEOLOGIST 2
    . Please submit a completed application along with a copy of your college transcripts to the Indiana Department of Environmental Management, Human Resources Department, Room N 1322, 100 N. Senate Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46206-6015 or applications may be submitted online at . Application Information: Title - Geologist 2, Job Code - 1IE2, Agency Name - IDEM, Posting Number - 0413-039731. Equal Opportunity Employer. SUMMIT LAKE PAIUTE TRIBE
    653 Anderson Street
    Winnemucca, Nevada 89445
    (775) 623-5151 Fax: (775) 623-0558 The Summit Lake Paiute Tribe, in Winnemucca, Nevada, seeks qualified individuals to fill the following full time vacancies. Salaries are competitive and include a benefits package. GIS RESOURCE TECHNICIAN Applicants for the GIS Resource Technician position should have a thorough understanding of the use of GIS hardware and software; be familiar with ESRI products and geography; and hold a BA/BS in GIS technology, or an Associate degree plus at least 2 years experience in the field.

    16. Natural Resources And Agriscience Career Pathway
    careers and Programs of study related to natural earth sciences, environmental sciences, fisheries management, forestry, horticulture, wildlife


    a Web-based Education Development Plan System
    developed for the Michigan Department of Career Development FOR MORE INFORMATION:
    Contact 810-984-3881 ext. 6467 or email
    Michigan's Web-based Education Development Plan NATURAL RESOURCES AND AGRISCIENCE CAREER PATHWAY Careers and Programs of study related to natural sciences, agriculture and the environment. These may include agriculture, earth sciences, environmental sciences, fisheries management, forestry, horticulture, wildlife management and many agribusiness/agri-industry occupations. Certificate Programs Occupational Programs Associate Degrees in Applied Arts and Sciences Transfer Programs Associate Degrees in Arts, Business and Science Agriculture
    Agricultural Sales and

    Agricultural Technology

    Agriculture Agricultural Sales and Service Horticulture Agricultural and Natural Resources Pre-Engineering Chemical Civil Electrical Mechanical Other Math/Science Agricultural Science Biology Chemistry Math Physical Science Physics Pre-Forestry Pre-Vet Return to menu of Six Career Pathways

    17. Natural Resources Careers Week
    school students interested in pursuing a career in forestry water conservation, wildlife habitat improvement, urban forestry and fisheries management are
    What is Forestry and Natural Resources Careers Week? Forestry and Natural Resources Careers Week is a one week (Monday through Friday) coeducational summer camp program for high school students interested in pursuing a career in forestry or natural resource management that combines classroom and field activities. Tree identification, forest ecology, reforestation, forest measurements, soil and water conservation, wildlife habitat improvement, urban forestry and fisheries management are just some of the subjects covered. Field trips may explore a sawmill, fish hatchery and state forest. The program is held at Hickory Environmental Education Center, in Garrett County. Two students are sponsored by each Forestry Board, at no cost to the students. Camp fees are paid by local conservation organizations, civic groups and businesses. Forestry Board members coordinate camp promotion, solicitation of sponsors, student selection and transportation. The workshop will expose students to natural resource professionals in forestry, water resources, and other related disciplines. Students interested in these professions as careers are able to become familiar with the nature of the work, educational requirements, and employment opportunities. A total of 48 students representing each county and Baltimore City will be selected by their local Forestry Board. Each selected student may be awarded a full scholarship. Students must be entering grades 9-12 in the fall of 2004 to be eligible. This year’s program will be held from

    18. Forest Service Announces 2004 Forestry And Natural Resources Careers Week
    camp acquaints high school students with careers in forestry and other naturalresource fields, including wildlife management, fisheries biology, park
    Forest Service Announces
    2004 Forestry And Natural Resources Careers Week
    Applications being accepted until April 15 ANNAPOLIS, MD — The Maryland Association of Forest Conservancy District Boards in cooperation with the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Forest Service is now accepting applications from high school students for 2004 Maryland Forestry and Natural Resources Careers Week, an event to be held August 26-30 at the Hickory Environmental Education Center in Garrett County. This weeklong residential camp acquaints high school students with careers in forestry and other natural-resource fields, including wildlife management, fisheries biology, park management, and land use. Camp staff includes DNR Forest Service personnel and other resource-management professionals. The curriculum features hands-on activities, lectures, problem-solving exercises, and field trips, all designed to enlighten students about natural-resource careers. College Night and Career Night are also parts of the program. The Maryland Association of Forest Conservancy District Boards sponsors the program, and county forestry boards manage student selection, fees, and transportation. In most cases, student scholarships are available.

    19. Department Of Career Services
    Earth Resource Information Systems (LERIS), fisheries Management, forestry/Forest Ecology, Water Nature of Work careers in natural resources involve
    home students Career Exploratio What Can I Do With This Major? ... Potential Employers
    Description of Major
    The Natural Resources major is offered by the Department of Natural Resource Management and Engineering. An interdisciplinary set of courses can be pursued, or the student can focus on a specific area within the major. The possible areas of emphasis include: Atmospheric Resources, Earth Resource Information Systems (LERIS), Fisheries Management, Forestry/Forest Ecology, Water Resources, and Wildlife Management. The students are provided with a thorough background in natural resource management and technology along with basic science and liberal arts.
    Academic Department
    Natural Resources Management and Engineering

    Nature of Work
    Careers in Natural Resources involve balancing the needs of humans with the natural cycles of the environment, as well as seeking a clear understanding of the surroundings through observation. Typically, the work involves being outdoors, learning about forests, ecosystems, and the environment, while integrating science, business, people, and resource management. In the past few hundred years, humans have dessimated the great forests, polluted the land, water and air, strained the land carry capacity through overpopulation, and lost billions of tons of topsoil to the sea. As a result, those involved in the field of natural resources need to determine how best to preserve the environment and satisfy human needs.
    Sample Job Titles
    Forester/Forestry Technician

    20. Natural Resources Systems Home Page
    The first year Introduction to forestry and natural FNR) allows students to explore careers and acquire the management of forests, fisheries, recreation and
    Natural Resources Systems
    Occupations related to natural resources and the environment. These may include working in the areas of forestry, wildlife, fisheries, agriculture, earth sciences, environmental quality, and waste management. At the Sabin Skills Center, there are three programs of study that comprise the Natural Resources Systems Endorsement Area. They are:
    The introductory course in the exciting field of Agriculture Science and Technology is Basic Agriculture . This course will acquaint students with livestock care and management, tractor operation and safety, agriculture career opportunities , growing plants and aquatic life, as well as leadership training and development. After Basic Agriculture, students may advance to Agriculture Science where they will have the opportunity to work with biotechnology aquaculture , hydroponics, soil science, animal science, and veterinarian practices. A study of livestock production, animal nutrition, agriculture sales and marketing will be accomplished through hands on experiences. The many

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