Architecture, Manufacturing , Natural Resources and Agriculture
The resources and tools found within this community have been designed and curated to support students who are interested in fields related to Architecture, Manufacturing, Natural Resources, and Agriculture. This community covers three main industry areas:
- Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources – this includes occupations where professionals work to produce, manage, sell, and protect agricultural goods, as well as other environmental and green careers.
- Architecture and Construction – Professionals within these industries leverage design, planning and management skills to build and maintain structures such as buildings, homes, bridges, or machinery.
- Manufacturing – Occupations involve planning, managing, and performing the processing of materials into intermediate or final products and the related professional and technical support activities such as production planning and control, maintenance and manufacturing, and process engineering.
You are welcome to engage with as many pathways as you would like! Take time to review the community – check out the articles and blog posts and explore the resources to learn more about these industries. You will also find things you can do now, like joining a related student organization or getting involved with a professional association, to explore and develop relevant skills and knowledge.
You’ve likely heard that you need to tailor or application materials and interview responses for the roles that you’re applying for. Check out this article by AgCareers for some tangible examples of how to customize your application materials and stand …
On Thursday, February 22, 2024 the Career Connections Center hosted a panel presentation featuring professionals with careers in federal and state parks, environmental protection, and conversation, including UF alumni in these roles. Attendees gained valuable insights into diverse and rewarding …
The Career Connections Center has partnered with Crisdel to offer a visit to one of their recent on-campus project sites.
Members of the Crisdel team will be on-site to meet students, discuss their recent project(s) at UF, and answer questions …
Check out this blog post by UF IFAS, which discusses a theoretical framework that can guide urban agricultural systems, stemming from a three-year study led by expert scientists at the University of Florida’s Institute for Food and Agricultural Sciences.
The C3 is sad to report that the “Experience Changes Everything: Aldi Freshness Workshop” for Friday, February 16th from 11:45-12:35 pm has been canceled. Please visit Gator CareerLink to find the other Experience Changes Everything events happening Friday.