The College of Natural Resources hosts two careers focused events on campus. Bringing employers to campus allows our students an easy way to explore careers, find internships and full-time positions.
UW-Stevens Point STEM Career and Internship Fair
- The fair will be held on September 24, 2020, from 3-6 p.m. and will be hosted virtually via the Handshake platform. This fair is geared towards current STEM students and alumni seeking intern or career-level opportunities. Invited majors include Biology, Biochemistry, Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Computer Information Systems, Data Analytics, Geography/GIS, Hydrology/Water Resources, Mathematics, Paper Science and Chemical Engineering, Physics, Waste Management, and Web Design.
- Employer registration is now open! Login to your Handshake profile for more information on career fairs and events! Employers can contact Sue Kissinger, the Career Specialist Employer Liaison, for more information! **If you are interested in setting up interviews with paper science and chemical engineering students the day after the event please visit here for more details.
- Students can register by logging into their Handshake accounts. See a preview of the registered employers here!
Natural Resources and the Sciences: Job and Career Exploration Fair
This event, co-hosted with the UW-Stevens Point College of Natural Resources, Campus Activities and Student Engagement Office, and the College of Letters and Sciences, is geared towards students with the degrees listed below looking for summer internships, limited-term and/or permanent positions. This year's event will take place virtually on Tuesday, February 9, 2021, more details to follow.
Natural Resources (College of Natural Resources)
- Ecosystem Restoration and Management
- Environmental Education and Interpretation
- Environmental Science and Management
- Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences
- Forest Management
- Forest Recreation
- Natural Resource Planning
- Soil Science and Land Management
- Urban Forestry
- Waste Management
- Water Resources
- Wildland Fire Science
- Wildlife Ecology and Management
Sciences (College of Letters and Sciences)