Environmental Informatics Career Resources
Through SNRE’s Environmental Informatics field of study, you can prepare for a wide range of careers in academic research or professional environmental management. Natural resource agencies, NGOs, and nonprofits are increasingly looking for graduates with the training to analyze digital geospatial data. Recently, a U.S. Department of Labor study cited geo-technologies as one of three major areas where future job growth will outstrip demand.
Environmental Informatics graduates become remote sensing specialists, area foresters, refuge managers, environmental consultants, conservation and wildlife information specialists, restoration planners, and more. Below you'll find a list of employers of EI graduates.
Featured EI Employers
- Ducks Unlimited
- Michigan Tech Research Institute
- National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
- Quantum Spatial
- The Nature Conservancy (TNC)
- United States Bureau of Land Management
- United States Forest Service
- World Resources Institute
If you're an EI student looking for internship information, click here.
EI students acquire many of the skills listed below. Consider including those that apply to you on your resume:
Data analysis, information technology, property management, refuge management, remote sensing, and spatial analysis.
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