Conservation Wardens are Hiring! 

The Wisconsin DNR Bureau of Law Enforcement wishes to announce its intent to recruit and hire the largest group of Conservation Wardens in years.  “Hiring 20 full time conservation wardens is the biggest class I’ve sought to hire in my career” said Lt. Jeffrey King, Assistant Training Director at the Bureau of Law Enforcement.  This new group of Conservation Wardens will be part of the Class of 2018 and will begin their journey on January 8th, 2018.

“Do you want a career that is part of something big”, adds King?  Apply now!  Wisconsin DNR Conservation Wardens protect our natural resources, our state parks and forests, the environment, and the people who enjoy resource rich Wisconsin.

Already have a career in law enforcement and enjoy our natural resources?  Please give Lt. King a call to discuss new compensation policies for incoming officers.

For more information, please visit Warden Recruitment – Wisconsin DNR



Delaware Department of Transportation- Environmental Studies Internship Opportunities

Summer Employment

Opening Date 3/10/2016

Closing Date 4/1/2016 11:59:00 PM
Type of Recruitment Casual/Seasonal
Salary 2016 Environmental Studies Summer Intern Hire (Rates Discussed at Interview)
Pay Grade N/A
Shift Hours 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
Employment Type Actual Vacancies
Employment Term Casual/Seasonal
Agency Delaware Department of Transportation
Location(s) DelDOT Administration Building: (800 Bay Road, Dover, DE, 19901)
Contact Name David Clarke
Contact Phone 302-760-2271

Summary Statement
The State of Delaware Department of Transportation Internship Program provides Environmental Studies students with training to accompany their classroom knowledge. Under direct supervision, students will perform various duties that are directly related to their academic major. Environmental interns will work in an area of interest that may include any of the environmental science specialties. Position will be located in Kent County. The length of an internship is approximately 10 weeks.

JOB REQUIREMENTS for Environmental Studies Internship Students
Interested students must meet the following requirements:

  1. Be at least 18 years of age or older.
  2. Have completed their freshman year seeking their Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Studies, Natural Resources or a closely related major.
  3. Maintain at least a 2.0 overall GPA on a 4.0 scale.
  4. Include a resume with DelDOT_EmploymentApplication_061614.
  5. Furnish a current unofficial transcript to State of Delaware Department of Transportation Attn: David Clarke by close of business April 30, 2016 (fax 302-739-8282 or mail to Delaware Dept. of Trans., PO Box 778, Attn: David Clarke, Dover, DE 19903.

Additional Posting Information
Internship students are paid on an hourly basis and may be in full-time or part-time work status. Benefits, earned leave, or paid holidays are not associated with this job title. Salary information will be discussed during interviews.

Conditions of Hire
Applicants must be legally authorized to work in the United States.  DelDOT does not provide employment-based sponsorship.

Pre-employment Drug Testing:  Upon a conditional offer, you must undergo pre-employment drug testing as part of the hiring process.

Selection Process
The application is evaluated based upon a rating of training and experience.
Once you have submitted your application, all future correspondence related to your application will be sent via email.  Please keep your contact information current.

Accommodations are available for applicants with disabilities in all phases of the application and employment process.  To request an auxiliary aid or service please call (302) 739-5458. TDD users should call the Delaware Relay Service Number 1-800-232-5460 for assistance.  The State of Delaware – An Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer.



2016 CANR Summer Institute Research and Education Experiences

The UD CANR is offering summer research and education experiences to undergraduates (both UD and non-UD students) who are interested in pursuing an advanced degree in the agricultural, natural resource, or life sciences. During the 10-week Summer Institute, students will work closely with CANR researchers on projects that will provide “real-world” experiences in scientific careers. Participation in the Summer Institute is awarded through a competitive application process and preference in admission is accorded to applicants who come from underrepresented populations, as part of the University’s goal to create a diverse learning environment.

Interested students should visit the CANR Summer Institute website:,  for further details and the link to the online application. The deadline is 5:00 PM, Thursday, March 3. E-mail CANR Summer Institute Program Coordinator Maria Pautler with questions.