Superior Preparation | Extraordinary Results
The Bren School of Environmental Science & Management is interested in and committed to working closely with employers throughout the world. With a strong emphasis on professionalism and practical experience, the School seeks to develop ways to bring employers and students closer together. The Bren School's Career Development Program is one important avenue for accomplishing this goal.
Employers can take advantage of a number of services that will allow them to come in contact and work with Bren School students and develop mutually beneficial working relationships with them.
Some of these services include:
Job Postings — While graduating students seek full-time career positions, many students seek part-time positions throughout the year. Call or e-mail the Career Development team to have your part-time and full-time positions advertised directly to students.
Internships — In order to implement the skills they are learning, students seek rewarding professional internship positions. Most students complete internships during the summer; some complete internships throughout the year. Call or e-mail the Career Development team to have your part-time and full-time positions advertised directly to students.
Volunteer Positions — While the Career Development Program seeks to develop paid positions for students, the Program also encourages employers to post any rewarding volunteer positions that will offer excellent experience.
Presentations — To provide students with the most up-to-date information on environmental careers, job search skills, and employment trends, employers are invited to visit the school to talk with students about careers, professional skills, internships, part-time and full-time positions, and job search skills. Employers are encouraged to contact David Parker if they have an interest in speaking to students.
If interested in advertising your full-time, part-time, internship, or volunteer position(s), please phone or email the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
1. Brief Job/Internship Description (What will the student/graduate be doing? Where does the position take place?)
2. Hours (What hours are required and how flexible are you with hours/days?)
3. Length of Position (How many weeks will the student be working? Is the position full-time or part-time?)
4. Compensation (What and how are you paying that student/graduate: hourly, stipend, salary, etc.?)
5. Requirements (What background/experience are you looking for?)
6. Organization Information (Please provide a link where the student/graduate can learn more about your organization and/or the position.)
7. Contact Information (How should the student/graduate apply?)
8. Deadline (Final application submission date.)