Simple Resume Template
Summer Job or Internships in Natural Resources/Sciences
623 xxxxxx, Arcata, CA 95521 (xxx) 826-2222 firstname.lastname@example.org
Objective: Summer field experience in wildlife with a Biological Consulting Firm.
Working toward B.S. degree in Wildlife (Wildlife Management & Conservation option),
Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA. 3.7 Major GPA (3.4 Overall GPA). Expected graduation
Principles of Biology General Botany Wildlife Techniques
General Zoology Plant Ecology Ornithology
Chemistry Plant Taxonomy Mammalogy
College Algebra Intro. to Wildlife Envir. Ethics
Biometry Prin. of Wildlife Mgmt. Wildlife Ecology
• “Vigilance budgets of green-winged teal in northern California – a comparison of gender”,
project completed for Ornithology class, HSU. Fall 2006.
• “Habitat Selection of Black Tailed Deer in Six Rivers National Forest”. Project completed
for Wildlife Ecology class, HSU. Spring 2006.
Biological Technician (GS-4) Summer 2006
USFS – Six Rivers National Forest Eureka, CA
Located and monitored Northern Spotted Owls to determine nesting and reproductive status in the
national forest. Conducted Marbled Murrelet surveys and stream surveys (habitat typing, data collection
and documentation of fish and amphibians present). Drove 4x4 vehicles, worked in rough terrain,
camped in remote areas. Used aerial photo maps, topographic maps, compass, GPS (hand-held) to
orienteer and locate survey sites.
Research Assistant (volunteer) January – May 2006
Jaime Sharpe, M.S. Candidate, HSU Arcata, CA
Worked with graduate student in her study of non-endangered species in the Gasquet area of Six
Rivers National Forest. Collected, interpreted, and entered species data in field records. Utilized digitizer
to plot all detections for historical records. Mapped and evaluated habitat critical areas as prep work to
biological evaluations and proposals.