When students combine a passion for conservation with a Warnell education, they are prepared for a wide variety of careers and professional opportunities. Warnell graduates chose to educate the public about natural resources; work for county, state, and federal government agencies; private companies both large and small; non-profit organizations; and several have even started their own businesses. Many graduates have also gone on to become veterinarians, doctors, lawyers, politicians, and journalists!
What will you do with a degree from Warnell?
What can you do with a major in...?
For more information about careers in the field of Forestry and Natural Resources, visit http://forestrycareers.org/
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- Job Board
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Where are Warnell majors working?
At the end of each semester, graduating seniors earning a Bachelor of Science undergraduate degree complete a career placement survey. To see where Warnell students are working after graduation, view the Career Placement Report which contains employment rates for all Warnell majors since 2006.