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.
Buckeye Friends of Stone Lab (FOSL)
Defend our Future
Fish and Wildlife Society
Multicultural Students in Agriculture, Natural Resources and Related Sciences (MANRRS)
Real Food Challenge @ OSU
Parks and Recreation Society
Peace Corps Club
Society of EEDS (SEEDS)
The Sierra Club Student Coalition
Students for Recycling
Students for a Sustainable Campus
More OSU Sustainablity related student organizations can be found here