Looking for an entry level job or internship in botany? This is an overview of how to approach the search and a list of companies that might have relevant entry level and internship opportunities.
Federal and state governments employ plant scientists and researchers. A few areas to look into include the Department of Agriculture and Department of the Interior (which includes the National Park Service, the Bureau of Land Management, and other offices related to the managing the American land), as well as the Environmental Protection Agency.
You can also work in research as a technician or assistant as a new grad. Industries you might work in include food and drink, healthcare (particularly pharmaceutical companies), oil and energy, paper and lumber, or biotechnology. Who knows? Your contributions may help create something everyone will use in a few years.
|Production Test Technician 3|
Northrop Grumman Dulles, VA
|Policy Analyst - NIH - Bethesda, MD|
Kelly Government Solutions Bethesda, MD
|SME hDNA Forensic Scientists (TS/SCI w/Poly Required)|
SAIC Corporation Dulles, VA
|Senior Research Scientists|
Perspecta Silver Spring, MD
|Bioinformatics Analyst - Data Scientists (REQ1171)|
Frederick National Laboratory Rockville, MD
|Molecular Biology Technician/Lab Accessioning Scientist|
System One Gaithersburg, MD
|Associate (Intellectual Property)|
Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP Mc Lean, VA
|Research and Algorithms Developer (United Income)|
Capital One Mc Lean, VA
|Sales Rep - Pharmaceutical|
Healthplus - MD Bethesda, MD
|Senior Quality Supplier Manager, Biologics|
Alpha Consulting Gaithersburg, MD
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