Students on the Job
Ecology and Environmental Sciences undergraduate and graduate students find jobs working in a variety of sectors, such as private industry, non-profit organizations, research at the University of Maine, and with local, state and federal governments. Our students have worked in locations ranging from right here in Maine, across New England, the western USA, and even abroad. Some of our EES students shared their experience at their EES-related jobs. Check out their profiles below.
To find resources for jobs, careers or internships related to the field of Ecology and Environmental Sciences and that interest you, follow the links on our Internship, Job and Career Resources page.
Bailey Simmons worked with UMaine faculty and graduate students to monitor the phosphorous levels of lakes in Maine.
Kai LaSpina was a research assistant in Dr. Kristina Cammen's lab looking at the Atlantic White Sided dolphins.
Denise Cole and Maeve Studholme were Shorebird Monitoring Interns at Duxbury Beach in Massachusetts.
Kayla Greenwalt was a research assistant analyzing pollen grains of native grass species from the Falkland Islands.