Meet Career-Ready Students
Whether you’re looking to fill internships, part-time or full-time employment openings, the College of Natural Resources Career Fair will provide you with direct access to hundreds of career-ready students.
Our Career Fair provides employers the opportunity to connect virtually with students looking for opportunities in a wide range of industries including engineering, environment, sustainable business, recreation, sport and more. We expect more than 500 students from 23 different undergraduate and graduate programs to attend. Employers will be able to set up one-on-one sessions as well as open information sessions.
Register for the Event
Registered participating companies receive a designated booth or table, meals, and parking with shuttle service.
Wednesday, September 30, 2020
Virtual Career Fair
Tiers for Employers
- Registration is $150 for-profit and $75 non-profit. Cost includes access to the Career Fair Plus virtual career fair platform with integrated video for as many representatives as you want as well as resumes of students who attend.
Registration and Payment Information
- To participate, visit our event registration page
- Payment is due via credit card or check upon receipt of invoice. If no payment is received 30 days prior to the event, registration will be cancelled.
- If you need to cancel your registration, you can receive a full refund by submitting your cancellation in writing at least seven days prior to the career fair.Virtual Career Fair Information Session/Town Hall
The career fair will give employers from across the country an opportunity to talk to our students one on one and in small groups.View a list of participating companies
For More Information or Questions
For more information and questions, view this demonstration of how an employer will use CareerFair+ to manage appointments, both in advance and on the day of the Career Fair.
Why hire our students?
With a diverse and talented community of students, we look forward to connecting you with your target student population(s) and helping you achieve your recruiting goals. We offer high-impact education that molds students into future leaders. Our students graduate with hands-on experience as a requirement of their degree.
Quality ProgramsWe are #6 in the nation for the study of conservation and natural resources by USA Today. Our focus on providing a well-rounded, practical education makes us a top destination for employers looking for career-ready graduates.
A Strong Focus on InternshipsEvery major includes hand-on learning, in-the-field training and access to industry experts, equipping students to provide solutions to the modern challenges facing today's industries.
A Large Pool of StudentsOur 1700+ undergraduate and 450+ graduate students spanning 15 programs study a variety of STEM and social science majors. From sustainable materials and technology to program management, our students learn the basics of sustainability, complex problem solving and management.
Our Degree Programs
Students are from 15 programs from our departments of Forest Biomaterials, Forestry and Environmental Resources, and Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management.
List of Programs
College of Natural Resources Degrees
B – Bachelors, M – Masters, D – Doctoral degrees
Forestry and Environmental Resources
Environmental Assessment (M, online)
Environmental Sciences (B)
Environmental Technology & Management (B)
Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology (B, M, D)
Forestry/Forest Management (B, M, D)
Natural Resources (B, M)
*For descriptions view the undergraduate or graduate program pages.
Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Management
Natural Resources – Outdoor Recreation (M)
Parks, Recreation & Tourism Management (B, M (online option), D)
Sports Management (B)
PGA Golf Management (B)
Geospatial Information Science and Technology (M, online)
Geospatial Analytics (D)
*For descriptions view the graduate program page.
Need Information or have a question? Contact our event organizer Kelly Laraway.