Tools and links to help you get prepared and make your plan

Networking Guide

Certification Types

5 Keys to Making Life-Changing Connections

Another way to set yourself apart

Networking with environmental professionals can be intimidating but it doesn't have to be, we were all entry level at some point! 
Everyone has a story to tell, learn to tell yours and ask other's about theirs and you'll do well!
This list was graciously prepared for you by Aubrey Gann, NAEP Student Chapter President. She has compiled this list of organizations that have certification relevant to the emerging professional and persons without years of experience under their belt yet.
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See the Certification links

Job Search Links

Glossary of Terms

Job search groups and job boards to follow

Common Terms Used in Environmental Fields

The better your job search is the more opportunities you will be exposed to. 

Use these helpful links to ensure that you are getting notified of all the options available to you!
You certainly don't want to memorize a bunch of terms and randomly throw them into conversation but you do want to have an idea what someone is talking about if they ask you if you want to work in "remediation", or if you have any experience with a "Hydrolab". Study this glossary before your interviews and networking.
See the job search links

Job Description Videos

Take a closer look at what the jobs are really like

YouTube is a great resource for finding real people describing what jobs entail from a real person's perspective rather than a wordy written job description. I've created links to some to get you started. If you don't see any that fit the description that you are looking for, contact me to discover how asking for an interview could help create the video and assist you with networking. 
View the video links


Frequently Asked Questions

These are questions that I am asked often. If you don't see the question/answer you were looking for please contact me.
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