We invite high school freshman, sophomores, and juniors to explore environmental majors at NC State through this unique experience. Join us on Saturday, March 28 for a day designed for those seeking a career solving our greatest environmental challenges.
During the day, attendees will:
- Attend a majors fair to explore environmentally-focused degrees at NC State
- Engage in hands-on activities directly related to College of Natural Resources (CNR)
- Meet and interact with current students
- Learn about the admissions process and requirements
- Attend alumni and current-student panels
Attendees will choose one of three environmental career tracks for the day:
- Track 1 focuses on In the Field and Outdoor related careers
- This includes careers such as forester, park ranger, wildlife biologist, ecotourism guide, water quality specialist, and environmental consultant
- Track 2 focuses on Engineering and Innovation related careers
- This includes careers such as environmental engineer, environmental consultant, paper science engineer, renewable energy installer, and product developer
- Track 3 is designed for students passionate about the environment, but are Undecided on a type of environmental career.
- This track will include an overview of the wide range of environmental careers and types of majors available at NC State
Who can attend?
Priority will be given to high school students who are considering majors related to the environment. Due to limited space, middle school students will be unable to attend.
To maximize the space available for interested students, we ask that attendees bring only one adult with them to participate in activities.
Date and Location
The event will take place on March 28, 2020 from 8:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. (time is tentative).
The program will begin and conclude in:
Jordan Hall Addition
2720 Faucette Drive
Biltmore Hall, NC State
Raleigh, NC, USA
For directions, visit https://cnr.ncsu.edu/about/directions/
Cost and Registration
This event is free for all students and their guests. Registration for this event will open on January 2, 2020.
What other activities are available after this event?
Following the end of our event, we recommend that attendees and their chaperones:
- Enjoy lunch at the Talley Student Union
- Browse visitraleigh.com for more information on how to make their Raleigh visit fun!
Majors We Will Focus On
The majors we will explore in more detail will include:
College of Natural Resources Majors
- Environmental Sciences
- Environmental Technology and Management
- Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology
- Forest Management
- Natural Resources Ecosystem Assessment
- Natural Resources Policy and Administration
- Paper Science and Engineering
- Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Management
- Sustainable Materials and Technology
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