Students unsure of which careers to follow are encouraged to visit the Career Exploration Center, where they will work with advisors to explore their values and interests and connect them with possible career paths.

Students are encouraged to take advantage of the career-development resources offered through L&S Career Services, from resume and cover letter help to tips on applying for public sector jobs to opportunities to practice for interviews. Career Services also has advisors available to meet with and help students.

Additionally, students are encouraged to take Inter-L&S 210: Career Development: Taking Initiative, a one-credit course that seeks to connect the benefits of a liberal arts education with career development.

Search Tools

Below are a few resources suitable to zoology students that contain job and internship listings.

  • L&S Career Services provides job/internship search tools and strategies here.
  • The Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies posts environmental jobs and internships here.
  • More environmental jobs can be found at
  • The Department of Fisheries and Wildlife at Texas A&M University posts bioscience jobs and internships here.
  • Professional organizations that represent the biosciences often list job and internship opportunities, and their webpages provide information on common careers in the biosciences. For example, explore the Association of Zoos and Aquariums, Ecological Society of America, and the Society for Conservation Biology.