The Geographical Sciences Advising Office at the University of Maryland, in cooperation with the University Career Center, sponsors a semi-annual Career/Internship Fair specific to Geographical Sciences, GIS and ENSP students every semester. Public, private and non-profit employers attend to seek out potential interns and employees.
The next Career Fair will be October 24, 2014 in LeFrak, room 1124. (click here for updated list)
Employers and organizations that have attended the Geographical Sciences Career Fair include:
National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism (START)
NOAA-Office of Coastal Survey
BSOS Global Scholars
UMD Federal Semester Program
Geographic Services, Inc.
UMD Facilities Management
UMD's Masters of Professional Studies in GIS Program
Association of American Geographers
Clean Water Action
Until Here Local 25
US Army - Topographic Engineer Center
HACU National Internship Program
Tips for Students
· Dress to impress! Wear business casual or business attire.
· Do your research! Gain background insight on the agencies, corporations and organizations to which you will apply.
The Department of Geographical Sciences at the University of Maryland, College Park, in cooperation with the University Career Center & The President's Promise, is delighted to announce its semi-annual Geography Career and Internship Fair. The next Career and Internship Fair will be held on April 4, 2014 in LeFrak Hall, Room 1124, from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Graduate and undergraduate students from many departments will attend. Last Falls Career and Internship Fair was a ringing success and this Spring will be no different!
In order to ensure a spot in our Career and Internship Fair, please use the links below. There is no cost associated with the event so register today!
- REGISTER for the Fair
- Post Jobs and Internships in Careers4Terps
- Reserve FREE On-Campus Interview Space
Limited free parking will be available. For more parking information, click here.
Recently, the Graduate Geographical Sciences Department has been ranked the # 3 program in the country. Our Geographical Sciences majors have a variety of skills, from data source management and statistics, to cultural interpretation and policy assessment. They learn to use GIS, Remote Sensing and Computer Cartography to understand and analyze both natural and human systems. Geography graduates can fulfill a wide variety of positions even if you do not engage in what is traditionally termed ‘geography.' Our students are always searching for paid and unpaid internships and part time positions, as well as full time post-graduate employment.