Careers & Job Opportunities
97% of our graduates are employed or in graduate school; 85% of those work in the field they studied in
67% of graduates working in their field work for federal or state agencies
More than 95% of our students students work and intern in natural resource professions while they're earning their degrees; more than 80% of those internships are paid.
Meet with a USFS Recruitment Specialist
Amber Kamps, Recruitment Specialist with the U.S. Forest Service, will be available to work with student on campus during the Spring 2020 semester.
- Students are encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity and visit with her about jobs/careers with the Forest Service, career advice, college coursework & degree advice for Forest Service jobs, help with applying for jobs on USAJOBS, help with resume building, other questions about applying or finding jobs for the summer and after graduation, job shadowing, and more.
- In addition, come learn the #1 mistake college students in natural resources make and how to avoid it.
- Stop by to visit, ask questions, or just introduce yourself.
- In addition, you are welcome to email Amber at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (406)439-9138.
Amber Kamps Spring 2020 Meeting Schedule:
|Thursday, January 23rd||1:00-4:00||Forestry 314|
|Wednesday, February 12th||12:00-3:00||Forestry 102|
If you are unable to attend any of these sessions you can schedule a time to meet with Amber one-on-one at https://calendly.com/region1jobs/book.
Job Search Resources
Video presentation on USA Jobs, presented by Amber Kamps, USFS Outreach, Recruitment and Retention Program Specialist, at UM in Nov. 2017