Careers and Internships

Career Question 1

1. What does a career in EAS look like? Future outloo? Earnings?

U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

Additional information from Career Cornerstone Center

Career Question 2

2. Getting Started

Whether for an internship or a job, you first need to prepare for applying.

  • Your resume/CV has to grab attention
  • Your cover letter needs to be targeted to the employer
  • You have to know what sounds exciting to you. 
    • There is great advice on careers and internships, and we strongly encourage you to talk to your advisor as well.
  • Career Center (job search resources)


Career Question 3

3. Current Jobs and Internships at Specific Employers

Below are links to some specific employers that have hired EAS students as interns and/or employees. Companies list both jobs and internships on their web pages. Please note, this is not a comprehensive list of companies and agencies EAS students can utilize.

Environmental Consulting

Government Agencies

Meteorological Consulting

Summer Research Experience for Undergraduates

Other Private Companies