Career Resources: It’s never too early to begin taking a look at your career options and ways to gain work experience.
ENVS-Specific Career Resources:
*ENVS Internships Page—Even if you plan to fulfill your ENVS Application requirement with a field course, the ENVS “Postings” and “Not for Credit” pages list organizations that sponsor internships—a great place to start looking for opportunities that resonate with your interests: internships.
*ICE Talks—On Tuesdays during the semester, you can hear an environmental professional’s perspective on environmental careers at the ENVS ICE (Investigate Careers in the Environment) Talks: http://www.colorado.edu/envs/news-events/ice-talks.
*Environmental Center Jobs Page—The CU E-Center hires several students each semester—find E-Center job opportunities and job-search tips at http://www.colorado.edu/ecenter/jobs.
CU Career Services:
*Career Buffs—Career Buffs is a job and internship search tool that you can tailor to your interests. Employers often advertise here specifically because they would like to hire a CU student or alum:http://careerservices.colorado.edu/students/CareerBuffs.aspx.
*Careers With a Cause—The Career Services Careers With a Cause page lists resources for starting environmental and sustainability-focused careers: http://www.colorado.edu/career/internshipjob-search/careers-cause
*Resume, Cover Letter, and Interview Preparation Resources—Career Services has career advisors who can help you prepare your resume and cover letter, and they offer interview tips and preparation as well: http://www.colorado.edu/career/resumes-networking.
*Buffs Professional Program—Attend Buffs Professional events to build and polish your professional skills:http://careerservices.colorado.edu/students/BuffsPro.aspx.