Student Organizations

Getting involved in student organizations in the School of Environment and Natural Resources and others related to environmental issues at the university is a great way to meet peers who have the same passion and focus as you - and it is a great way to build your resume.  More than 70% of the students who receive job offers before graduation have been involved in a student organization directly related to their major. 

Employers view your participation in clubs and organizations as a sign of dedication and passion in your career field.  Consider your participation in an academic / major related student organization to be just like any other class.  Become an active participant and take on a leadership role - it is an excellent addition to your resume.