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ENSP Presentation

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Brittany Silva

on 27 August 2014

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Who Can I Work For?
Exploring Environmental Education
What are my options?

1. Teaching/Credential
2. Educator-school w/outdoor program
3. Urban Planner-working on state or local level
4. Forest Ranger-working for state or federal gov.
5. Outdoor Trip Leader-outward bound,national outdoor leadership school

Resources for
Environmental Internships
Environmentally Specific Job Search
Eco Jobs:
Green Careers Guide:
Back Door Jobs:

How Do I Get There?
- American Forest Foundation
- National Wildlife Federation
- Greenpeace
- The Wilderness Society
- Sierra Club
- Department of Environmental
Protection (State by State)
- National Park Service
- Environmental Protection
- US Geological Survey
- Justice Department
- The Nature Conservancy
- Sierra Club
- National Audobon
- National Wildlife Federation
- Greenpeace
- National Trust for Historic
- The Wilderness Society
- American Rivers Conservation
- Friends of the Earth
- League of Conservation Voters
Credential Program
Environmental Educator
- Teaching Environment
- Education Requirement
- Population (Middle school?
High school?)
Consider working through these agencies
to further your cause:
- Outdoor leadership skills are transferable and applicable.
- Provide Job Experience
- Specific Skill Training
- Experiment with Possible Career Options
- Lead to Future Employment
Resources for Teachers/
Environmental Education
Project Wild:
EE Link:
Project Learning Tree:
Database for Jobs in Education
Think about volunteering, too!
Building Your Soft Skills
Find ways to gain leadership skills.
Group interaction skills are vital in this environment.
Participate in opportunities that allow you to refine decision-making skills.

Research Schools with programs that of interest to you.
Practical considerations
Logistical/financial considerations
Admissions Requirements
Personal Statement/Teaching Philosophy
Our Website!
Credential Bound?
Use this website frequently. It's full of great resources!
Cover Letters
LinkedIn Video
Top 10 Tips for Interviewing
1. Prepare.
2. Stay focused with clear, concise answers.
3. Answer questions from a career or academic standpoint, not personal.
4. Understand the culture of the environment (i.e. dress code).
5. Ask good questions. Gather information about the company in order to ask compelling questions.
6. Align yourself with their mission; understand the company's vision.
7. Maintain graciousness and positivity from the moment you walk in to the door. Be friendly to everyone that you come into contact with at the company.
8. Be able to articulate your strengths and demonstrate examples.
9. Practice! Do mock interviews and utilize the Career Center.
10. Be authentic. Be yourself. They are interviewing you as much as you are interviewing them.
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