Career development resources
Hands-on work experience is key to landing your first post-graduation forestry job—that’s why we’re committed to helping you find internships and seasonal positions while in the forestry program.
Career opportunities in Forestry and natural resource management
Visit Career Opportunities to learn more about a successful job search. If you are interested in receiving email notifications of current opportunities, how to subscribe to our Career Opportunities LISTSERV is also presented.
- Anyone can sign up for this listserv
- Great way for students and alumni to keep up on current jobs
- You can unsubscribe at any time
Employers: Please send a detailed email with an attachment of the Job description and contact information to ForestryPostAJob@nau.edu. Your information will be sent to those who have subscribed to the Career Opportunity LISTSERV.
Seminars and workshops
Our seminars, workshops and mock interviews are hailed as some of the most valuable college experiences by our undergraduates—maybe that’s because many students are actually hired from the “mock” interviews!
All forestry students complete the seminar and workshop, and learn how to:
- write résumés and cover letters
- develop interview skills
- “interview” with a real forestry employer
Mock interviews are held in the Fall of Semester A, and our résumé workshops are held at least once a semester.
Student services coordinator
Did you know the School of Forestry has its very own Academic Advisor, Sr. to help you in the forestry program and beyond?
Have advising or career development questions?
What kind of job can I get with a Forestry degree?
Forestry jobs are incredibly diverse—recent graduates have gone on to become:
- Ecologist and GIS Coordinator, US Fish and Wildlife Service
- Forester, Los Alamos National Laboratory
- Fire Ecologist, US Forest Service, Santa Fe National Forest