Phone: 715-346-4617Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Students gain additional hands-on experiences in all areas of natural resource management during a required summer field experience generally taken between their sophomore and junior years. Students choose between an intensive, six-week hands-on summer field experience, at locations such as our Treehaven residential facility, or our European Environmental Seminar where students learn how European natural resource management compares to that in the United States.
Conservation law enforcement graduates find jobs as:
Participating in student organizations is a great way to get involved outside the classroom. UW-Stevens Point hosts more than 200 student organizations including the Student Law Enforcement Association (SLEA). SLEA regularly hosts guest speakers from various law enforcement fields including county sheriffs, game wardens, officers with the US Fish and Wildlife Service and members of the Secret Service. An active membership in SLEA provides students with great opportunities to gain hands-on experience, build public relation skills, assist with local undercover operations and teach DNR certified recreational safety programs.
Visit Campus and Student Engagement for a complete list of opportunities.
Student success is our top priority and the College of Natural Resources Academic and Career Advising Center
(CNR ACAC) is an excellent resource to help students reach graduation
The CNR ACAC also produces a weekly e-newsletter, the CNR Reporter,
with information on upcoming presentations, student organization
meeting times and other important happenings on and around campus.