Professional Development & Activities
5 Great Reasons for Environmental Studies Majors to go to the Career Center & GAMP Office in Crosby Student Center
Are you looking for an internship or job? Check out the possibilities for Environmental Studies Majors in the widget at the bottom of this page. You can also sign up for ZagTrax on the career center website at ZagTrax Signup
Sign up for GAMP (Gonzaga Alumni Mentor Program) to access the network of over 2,400 mentors some of whom are working in fields related to Environmental Studies.
Sign up on-line at: GAMP Signup and then register for an orientation on ZagTrax.net. When signing up, designate the environmental field of interest and/or in the geographical area you prefer to work.
The Career Center is committed to identifying and building relationships with key constituents for the purpose of creating internship and job opportunities for students in Environmental Studies. Work with us by letting us know who you hope to work for so we can reach out and build a strong University relationship with the organization.
Did you know that 65% of jobs are found through the "hidden job market"? Let us assist you with the keys to effective networking.
Receive hands on training on all aspects of your professional preparation: Résumé and Cover Letter Development, Interview Preparation, Internship & Job Search, and Building Your Network. We meet students where they are in their career development journey towards an Environmental oriented career.
Contact the Career Center/GAMP at 509-313-4234
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Other Information for Students
NEW - 190+ Environmental Internship/Volunteer/Summer Job Opportunities
Free Outdoors opportunities for ENVS Students
Conservation Northwest (Summer Only)
Hikes and camping in the Columbia Highlands Region, including the Kettle River Range and the Washington Selkirk Mountains in Ferry, Stevens, and Pend Oreille Counties. For more information visit:
Friends of Scotchman Peaks
Hikes and camping in the rugged western cabinet mountains along the Idaho-montana border. For more information visit:
Bird oriented field trips. Some mostly car, some on foot, some both. For more information visit:
Washington Native Plant Society
Native plant field trips. Contact Dr. Julie Beckstead at firstname.lastname@example.org.