Career Placement The Warnell curriculum prepares students for successful careers in the field of forestry and natural resources management and conservation. Through hands-on field experiences and rigorous labs, Warnell students are introduced to as many different management and research techniques as possible. However, we realize in order to find a rewarding career, actual work experience is vital! That’s why Warnell employs a full time Student & Career Services Coordinator to assist students in finding their dream jobs. The Student & Career Services Coordinator is available to help Warnell students and alumni find different employment opportunities and prepare for the interview process. Career Placement Services at Warnell include: Notifying students of possible job and internship opportunities Maintenance of the Warnell Job Board Assistance with resumes, cover letters, interview skills, and business etiquette Hosting professionals on campus for lectures and interviews Providing networking opportunities such as career fairs and Roundtable Aid in Federal application preparation, including KSAs and Federal resume writing Professional Development for Natural Resources – FANR 3950 If you are a student seeking professional development skills and want to earn credit while doing so, please consider signing up for Warnell’s course in Professional Development for Natural Resources majors. This course is offered for 3 hours, and students will discuss many important professional development topics and work to improve their written and oral communication skills through interactive lessons and assignments. Emphasis will be placed on preparing students for careers in the field of natural resources. Students will learn proper business etiquette and communication techniques that will enable them to be confident in a wide variety of professional settings, including networking events, interviews, and speaking engagements.