Potential Employers

The HSU Environmental Resources Engineering (ERE) program is one of the oldest ABET accredited programs in the country. Our unique program looks at environmental problems from public health, environmental and energy perspective producing engineers ready to take on the problems of tomorrow. This distinctive combination has lead to numerous federal, state, and local government agencies and over 50 consulting firms nationwide to seek out our graduates.

Would you like to recruit a ERE student or graduate for employment at your institution? Prospective employers for summer or full time employment can contact ERE students and graduates in various ways.

Career Center

The HSU Career Center sends announcements to appropriate students who have registered and can organize recruiting visits. The Career Center can be contacted using the following contact information:

Email: career@humboldt.edu
Phone: (707)826-3341
Fax: (707)826-5473

ERE Department Chair

The department chair can assist in sending employment announcements to appropriate students and can organize department specific recruiting visits. Recruiters can present in specific classes or at a seminar. Presentations aimed at educating the students on a novel idea or concept that your company employees are likely to draw a larger audience of potential candidates. The department chair can be contacted using the following contact information:

Email: ere_dept@humboldt.edu
Phone: (707)826-3619
Fax: (707)826-3616

Student Clubs

Both the Environmental Resources Engineering Student Association(ERESA) and the Society of Women Engineers(SWE) sponsor public seminars and actively seek potential speakers. Engineers Without Borders (EWB) and the Renewable Energy Student Union (RESU) are also actively involved in facilitating outside renewable energy related activities with environmentally and economically sustainable engineering projects and the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) focuses on academic excellence, professional development, and community outreach. Club information and how to contact members is listed on our clubs page.

How to Apply

So environmental resources engineering sounds interesting, but you are still not sure if HSU is right for you? Explore what HSU has to offer to both freshman and transfer students.


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