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Career Resources

Environmental science graduates work around the world in areas of local, state, and national government; industry; education and consulting. Graduates are equipped with skills and knowledge to identify and solve real-world issues. They have pursued graduate study in areas such as environmental engineering, water chemistry, botany, geographic information systems, marine sciences, wildlife management, and natural resources. Our alumni work at companies such as DFW Airport, Botanical Research Institute, GMO, Free USA.

How to get started:
Schedule one-on-one meetings with your career consultant, who will assess and analyze what you need most. Whether you’re crafting a speech or preparing for a job interview, your career coach is there on the sidelines — pushing you into the game.  

Center for Career & Professional Development Resources

  •  Internship scholar program: Students who find their own internships can compete for this scholarship to pay for travel, living expenses, business supplies, etc. This makes it possible for you to consider “dream job” internships far away from campus.
  • Jobs and internship postings on Frog Jobs: Our employee development team’s full-time job is to network with employers across the United States to find jobs and internships to post on TCU’s online jobs listing.
  • Career and internship expos: More than 100 employers attend these campus-wide events, held twice a year.
  • Interview workshops: Prepare for your interview with a career consultant. Perfect your 30-second intro, know what to wear and learn how to follow up.
  • Model resumes for every major: Instead of using a one-size-fits-all resume, gain a competitive edge with a resume that maximizes your major and its skill set.