Are you looking for the keys to a successful Wetlands career?
Are you a student wondering if you are getting the right education that your future employers will be looking for in their next hire?
Or maybe you are a seasoned Wetland Professional who just wants to take the next step up the career ladder and needs some certifications?
Well, Swamp School’s 2019 Wetlands Jobs Report is a free whitepaper that you will NOT want to miss.
You will gain a better understanding of the Wetlands Industry as a whole from a list of wetland job titles, the most requested experience or expertise for a job in the wetlands, as well as current legislation and policies driving wetland jobs. Read through an extensive list of where most wetland jobs are located as well as the major wetland industry employers (governmental and private).
This white paper is written for graduates in the environmental sciences to show them how to get the experience they need in the classroom and in the field and to be eligible to do land a job working with saving the wetlands. Education and training in specific wetland duties should be part of the graduate’s resume on graduation!
Free Wetland Career Advice
As an exclusive over the next few months, Swamp School is also offering free Wetlands Career Advice!
For those who feel like they are stuck trying to land that perfect job in the field. We have decades of experience to help guide and mentor you. If Free Wetland Career Consultation is something that you are interesting, click here to enroll.
Read some of what other Swamp School students have said about our courses in the past:
I really like the class format and all of the matetrial in it. It has been a lot of fun and it was great to get out of the office to go hunt down some plants.” – Kelley M.
I really enjoyed this class and would recommend it to others. I really enjoyed the discussions between the members of the class. – William B.
Swamp School is trusted by over 600 clients such as the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the Department of Energy in the United States, and the US Army Corps of Engineers to name a few.
Preview of the 2019 Wetlands Job Report
Finding a Job is the most stressful part of graduating from college. The Dr. Suess book entitled “Oh, The Places You’ll Go” is given as a gift at many graduations. The problem is that, collectively, colleges do not prepare graduates with marketable training for a job AFTER college.
You expect to find a job in your major because that is WHY the money is spent, and soon you realize that the training is not there. Especially if you have a degree in environmental sciences.
You’d like to do something rewarding that is done outdoors os you don’t sit at a desk all day. However, you have no experience or training in a marketable skill.
The most common degree awarded to students studying Environmental Science is a bachelor’s degree. A roadmap designed to lead graduates with bachelor’s degrees in environmental sciences, ecology, geology, biology, etc., into an environmental career would reduce the stress of finding a job. Wetlands provide many careers for science degree candiates.
This white paper is written for graduates in the environmental sciences to show them how ot get the experience they need in the classroom and in the field and to be eligible to land a job working with saving the wetlands. Education/training in specific wetland duties should be part of a graduate’s resume on graduation.
A listing of job titles is included in this whitepaper as well as a listing of the most requested experience or exprtise for a job in the wetlands. It also includes a list of current legislation and polices driving wetland jobs.
Marc Seelinger, PWS, Founder the Swamp School
1 – Introduction
2 – Legislation
3 – Job Locations
3 – Job Titles
4 – Major Employers
5 – Curriculum
6 – Training
7 – Swamp School
What is driving the increased need in the Wetland Business? Legislation Supporting Wetland Protection…
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