Environmental Science Careers

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Get an in depth look Environmental Science Careers on Monday, March 20

Our March Our Work Seminar Film will feature three Environmental Science Graduate. Rachel Kuntz, Environmental Scientist with GMC, Chad Hoffman, Program Director with Coosa Riverkeepers, and Jessie Curl, Extension Water Program Coordinator with Auburn University Water Resources Center. You’ll learn more about their work and see some of the day to day with their jobs. The film screening will take place in 246 Funchess Hall from 12 pm -12:50 pm.

Check out the internship opportunities with Coosa RiverkeepersThe deadline to apply is March 31st. See full job descriptions with application instructions at Coosariver.org/take-action/careers/


Taylor Shellfish Farms seeking Hatchery Algae Lead and Hatchery Nursery Lead

University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture, Extension, Center for Profitable Agriculture seeking Extension Specialist

The Center for Profitable Agriculture is a department within UT Extension and a partnership with the Tennessee Farm Bureau Federation. They are currently seeking an Extension Agent, Value-Added Financial Analysis.


Internships available with FTPP

Summer 2023 Internships are available with Future Technologies and Enabling Plasma Processes (FTPP). These internships are open to all STEM majors. Undergraduate and Graduate internships areas include: Regional Introduction to Plasma Physics, Corporate Plasma Training, Research, and International Space Weather Camp. Apply and learn more.

INTENT offering Precision Agronomist Internships

INTENT is a technology and insights company that helps clients realize the potential of their innovations.  They collect and interpret geospatial agronomic data with scale, speed and precision.  They currently have Precision Agronomist Internships available in both the United States and Canada. Check them out here.

Campus Counselors and Instructors needed for Ocala Outdoor Adventure Camp.

Ocala Outdoor Adventure Camp (OOAC) located on Lake Eaton in the Ocala National Forest is recruiting Camp Counselors and Instructors. The camp’s fun, educational, and hands-on programs motivate campers to become good stewards of fish and wildlife resources. OOAC is an initiative of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) and Florida Youth Conservation Centers Network (FYCCN). For more information about the camp, students can go to https://fyccn.org/occ-summer-camp.

SiteOne Landscape Internships are available


Summer Internship Available with Sweet Grown Alabama

Calling all college students! Are you looking for an opportunity to gain work experience and make professional connections? Sweet Grown Alabama is accepting applications for a paid summer intern. This internship is a great opportunity for anyone pursuing a degree in communications or other agricultural related field looking for hands-on experience in writing, photography, graphic design, social media and event planning. Interns are required to work from our office in Montgomery.  Interested applicants should send resume, writing samples and available summer dates to aisling@sweetgrownalabama.org.


Students interested in becoming an Equine Vet are invited to attend the Next Gen EQ Vet Med program on March 25

The Next Gen EQ Vet Med Program will take place at the Spy Coast Farm Equine Education Center in Lexington, KY on March 25 from 8 am -12 pm. The cost is $25. Learn more and register here.



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Mar 13, 2023 | Job Opportunities

<p><a href="https://agriculture.auburn.edu/author/mhr0001auburn-edu/" target="_self">Megan Ross</a></p>

Megan Ross

Megan Ross is a 2001 Auburn Graduate who currently serves as Coordinator of Student Development & Programs in the College of Agriculture at Auburn University. Her passion for fostering students’ personal and intellectual growth has allowed her to create unique educational and professional programming designed to elevate their academic experience.

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