The MNRC Student Job Fair is THE PLACE to be! Please join us for the 21st annual Conservation Career Expo at the 2019 Missouri Natural Resources Conference on Tuesday February 5th at Tan-Tar-A Resort in Osage Beach, Missouri. The 2019 Career Expo will include four different sessions for students.
New for 2019 will be the Professional Development Booth down in Wingate Hall!
Presentations outlining how to apply for federal internships and jobs (with agencies such as the U.S. Forest Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Natural Resources Conservation Service, etc); how to use the Pathways Program and navigate the online application process. How to apply and interview for Missouri State jobs (such as the Missouri Department of Conservation and Department of Natural Resources). Learn where to find job listings and how to prepare for the interview process.
Have you ever wondered how professional obtained their jobs? Then speed networking is the place to be! You get a chance to talk directly with professionals about their careers, how they got to where they are, and anything else that can be squeezed into ten minutes!
Bring your resume by and get expert advice on how to make your resume the best it can be.
Come take a look at current job openings with state and federal agencies, universities and colleges, private industry and non-government organizations.
All you have to do is show up at Tan-Tar-A! No registration is required and you do not have to attend the conference to attend the Conservation Career Expo.
The evening mixer is not included in the career expo, however a student registration is available for 40 dollars including the mixer and conference. It is suggested that you bring copies of your resume for review and to hand out. Click here for a Conservation Career Expo Poster to share with your friends and fellow students.
Resource Professionals, Grad Students and Professors
Are you seeking employees with natural resource backgrounds? Then the career expo is the perfect opportunity for you. In years past we have had over 140 students ranging from high school graduates to people with masters degrees and current resource professionals attend the career expo. Employers will offer full and part-time positions along with temporary positions. No job is too big or too small. The Conservation Career Expo is free. Please contact Luke Miller for further information on how employers can participate in this year’s Career Expo. The deadline for employers to register is December 21, 2018.
Student Job Fair Chairman MNRC 2019