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Career Placement|School of Energy Resources

"The future of energy looks very bright. New jobs are being created all the time. Wyoming has the opportunity to lead the nation in the energy industry for many years to come."

Student Duell Petsch. Hometown: Meriden, WY

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Pam Henderson
Coordinator, Student Advising
Energy Innovation Center Room 338
Phone: 307-766-6879
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School of Energy Resources
Dept. 3012
1000 E. University Ave.
Laramie, WY 82071
Fax: 307-766-6701
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Focusing on Career Placement

Our program emphasizes career planning and provides constant one-on-one guidance and assistance to ensure optimal workforce placement. Students have opportunities to complete internships, undergraduate research, a study abroad experience, and a summer field trip. Multiple events during the year connect students to energy industry professionals.

Career Placement

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The School of Energy Resources (SER) has strong relationships with many of the world's most prominent energy companies and governmental agencies. We are able to offer our students excellent internship opportunities throughout  Wyoming, the United States, and even abroad. We emphasize practical, hands-on learning in our program and the internships testify to that commitment. Internships provide on-the-job training and an excellent path to workforce placement.

Undergraduate Research

Through the School of Energy Resources Centers of Excellence, students have the opportunity to work in state-of-the-art research labs with faculty mentors, graduate students, and industry partners. Projects can be designed to meet student needs and career goals. Students are currently conducting research in the areas of enhanced oil recovery, photoconversion and catalysis, reclamation and restoration, and reservoir modeling.

Competitive fellowship opportunities provide students with a stipend while completing research projects.

Study Abroad

SER has established agreements with universities across the world for short-term or semester-long exchanges and to participate in international conferences and professional workshops.

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