Finding jobs is one thing, but what about a career? The links below are meant to help you place your job search in context.
The most reliable and comprehensive educational resource about the career of a game warden. The website offers a glimpse into the lives of professionals in the fields of conservation, wildlife preservation and environmental science who have brought their knowledge and experience into a wide range of environmentally-minded careers.
From the Science and Engineering Library at the University at Buffalo: a monumental assemblage of links, useful for both students and professionals.
An eclectic and extensive set of links, dealing with careers in marine research and education, as well as the all-time favorite question: “Where can I work with dolphins?”
Articles and news as well as open forum discussions; targeted primarily for grad students, postdocs and freshly minted Ph.Ds.
Interviews with professionals in the environmental consulting industry and their responses.
Introduction to a wide range of marine career fields and to people working in those fields.
A set of short bios of professional ecologists, detailing the various paths they followed.
The best science & technology jobs, courses, and career advice.
Wide range of jobs, each with a particular focus, specific duties, and responsibilities.