If you'd like to play a role -- large or small, direct or indirect -- in managing America's many natural and cultural resources, you may want to consider exploring a career with the US Department of the Interior (DOI).
Created in 1849, the DOI now employs more than 70,000 Americans in more than 90 specific DOI occupational titles, ranging from the obvious (e.g., biological scientist, ecologist, forester, park ranger) to the less expected but equally important (e.g., auditor, computer specialist, historian, public affairs specialist, and office assistant).
The DOI employs people in over 2,000 locations throughout the United States and its territories. Whatever your particular abilities, skills, and educational background, there's probably a place for you in one of the department's eight bureaus:
"We are the guardians of our nation's natural resources and cultural heritage," notes former Interior Secretary Gale Norton in her "Message from the Secretary." If you'd like to learn more about how you might become one such guardian, check out the following resources:
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