The Texas Geosciences Career Fair

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Visit us this fall and recruit from our very skilled and talented student population. We have undergraduate and graduate students studying geosciences, earth sciences and environmental sciences. Our students are prepared for various industries including oil & gas, environmental consulting, renewable and new energy, natural resource management, machine learning and data sciences and many areas of technology.

The Texas Geosciences Career Fair | September 19, 2024

  • Texas Geosciences Career Fair | San Jacinto Multipurpose Room 
  • 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
  • UT students who are non-majors may visit the career fair between 1-3 pm
  • There is no online registration for students
  • Attendance is in person
  • Juniors, Seniors and graduate students seeking summer internships and full time jobs
  • Freshmen and Sophomores should attend to practice networking and elevator pitch

Who can you expect to meet?
B.S. Environmental Science                                     B.S. Hydrogeology
B.S. General Geology                                               B.S. Geosystems Engineering and Hydrogeology
B.S. Geophysics                                                       B.S. Climate System Science (new!)
B.A. Geological Sciences                                         M.S./M.A. Earth and Energy Resources
M.S. Geological Sciences                                        Ph.D. Geosciences

 

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Registration for the 2024 Career Fair will open this summer – please check back! Companies may still post jobs and internships to Handshake.

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2023 Texas Geosciences Career Fair Companies: Thank you for participating!

ANS Geo, Inc.
Antea Group USA
Atlas
Aurora Energy Research
bp
Chevron
Eden GeoPower
EOG Resources Inc
ESE Partners, LLC
Fugro USA
Greenwell Engineering
GSI Environmental Inc.
GVEC
Hess Corporation
Hilcorp Energy Company
Oxy
Repsol
Roux Associates, Inc. – Texas
Sandia National Laboratories
SLB
Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
Texas Water Development Board
WhiteWater Midstream