For Undergraduate Students
As an undergraduate student in the Jackson School, your upcoming career may seem far away. Follow our Career Plan for Undergraduates by exploring career options, gaining some experience in research or industry, and finally emerging into the world of geosciences.
Explore your career opportunities by utilizing resources such as your career services office, professors, the internet, and people you know. Begin with our articles on “What can I do with a degree in …?” and see Dr. Richard Kyle’s advice here. This exploration phase will also help you learn whether graduate school is for you.
Students can build their career foundation by gaining valuable work and research experience as an undergraduate. Students can pursue REU’s , URA’s , and summer internships.
As you get closer to graduating, consider all options available to you. Applications to graduate school or jobs takes time and have specific deadlines, so plan to begin during the latter part of your junior year or first part of your senior year.