Internships & Jobs

Associate Professor and Director of the MEHS program Robert Feyen and student Joshua Sloan at UMD's 2017 Spring Commencement ceremony.

On Campus Resources

If you are actively job seeking, you can use GoldPASS to check for job and internship listings. It allows employers to search for applicants and resumes while also connecting students with companies of interest.

UMD's Career & Internship Services offers a lot of great resources including interview and resume help. And we recommend checking out the Job Resource Center.

Postings We've Received

There is a wide variety of places that hire EHS graduates:

  • Local, state and federal governments
  • Private industry
  • Non-Profits

And, if you have 5+ years of experience in the safety profession, there are recruiters likely looking for you with job openings all over the country. Here are a few that have contacted our department looking for qualified job seekers:

Social Media

LinkedIn provides ways to network with fellow professionals. We have a UMD Safety & ES&H Alumni LinkedIn group and you can join other professional groups:

  • MN Safety, Health and Environment Professionals
  • WI Safety, Health and Environmental Professionals
  • Construction Health and Safety
  • EHS Professionals
  • EHSQ Elite
  • Any ASSE related group