Careers in the Environment
From the Set Getting Started
Environmental professionals work hard to save endangered species, restore wildlife habitats, clean up oil spills, conduct scientific research, develop and build clean energy technologies, and brainstorm ways to reduce the negative effects of global warming/climate change, destruction of forests and other natural areas, and toxic chemicals released during industrial processes. They work both indoors and outdoors. Careers in the environment are an excellent fit for those who like to conduct research and gather data, enjoy solving problems, and want to protect the environment. Environment is just one of 10 exciting titles in the Getting Started series. In this book, you'll learn about dozens of career options, typical education paths, ways to pay for training (e.g., scholarships, grants), methods of exploring the field while in school (e.g., summer camps, competitions, clubs, books, websites, tours, information interviews), and much more.
Gettng Started - School Library Journal
Gr 7 Up–Middle and high school readers can learn about different careers in construction, engineering, health care, technology, and wellness, and beauty in this series on different skilled professions. Each volume includes 10 to 15 unique career paths including nursing, social media management, security, data analysis, and dozens of others. The history of each industry is included, along with career outlooks, average salaries, job growth, and associated lifestyles. Notable to this series is its ideas for gaining pre-work experience and information about different career avenues through independent experiential learning, volunteering, internships, and informational interviews.
VERDICT More advanced concepts make this series ideal for high schoolers, but collections serving late middle schoolers may also want to consider.