Environmental Career Month was a month-long virtual event hosted by the College of Natural Resources’ (CNR) in April of 2020. The goal was to help high school and community college students gain better insight in to types of careers you can pursue with a major in the College of Natural Resources. By popular request, we have posted the recorded sessions and hope they will be a great resource for students, parents, teachers, and counselors.
Virtual Career Panels
Hear what our alumni and other environmental industry professionals have to say about their jobs and careers. Click on the name of the panel for profiles of each alumni who is featured.
Theme: In the Field and Outdoor Environmental Careers I — View Recording
Theme: Environmental Education, Conservation, and Advocacy Careers — View Recording
Theme: Engineering and Innovation in the Environment Careers — View Recording
Theme: In the Field and Outdoor Environmental Careers II — View Recording
Virtual Major Hangouts with Current Students
Current students explain what their major is, what their class experiences are like, and the potential careers you can pursue.
|Natural Resources||Not Recorded|
|Environmental Technology and Management||View Recording|
|Sustainable Materials and Technology||View Recording|
|Paper Science and Engineering||View Recording|
|Forest Management||View Recording|
|Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology||Not Recorded|
|Environmental Science||View Recording|
|Sport Management||View Recording|
|Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Management||View Recording|
Current Student Q&A
Parents and students were given the opportunity to ask any questions they had about the NC State student experience.
Current Student Panel for Parents and Families — View Recording
Preparing for College 101
What are colleges really looking for in the admission process? Hear from the College of Natural Resources Director of Recruitment for insider tips and more.
Preparing for College 101 — View Recording
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