Environmental Science

Environmental Science

Provides the necessary skills for a wide range of positions in the environmental science field.

Students perform hands-on water-quality monitoring; soil, water, and air sampling; mineral identification; wetland delineation and restoration; geographic information system mapping; and simulated hazardous waste site cleanup operations.

Careers are available in both natural resource conservation and urban/ remediation fields. Positions are available in both public and private sector employers. Potential future job titles include environmental technician, natural resource technician, hazardous waste worker, hazardous material handler, fisheries technician, and storm water remediation operator.

For OSPI information on this career cluster, visit: https://www.k12.wa.us/student-success/career-technical-education-cte/program-study-career-clusters-and-career-pathways/science-technology-engineering-mathematics-stem/careers-stem

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