Real World Experience
Costa Rica Field Course
Generally every May, Keystone students have the opportunity to travel abroad on a nine-day field course to study the geology and ecology of Costa Rica. Students who take this faculty-led trip visit active volcanoes, explore boiling mud pools, and take a boat trip around the Santa Elena Peninsula to explore unique rock formation that are found in only a few places on Earth. Get more details about the trip.
Internship and Experiential Learning Opportunities
A 240-hour internship is optional for students studying Environmental Resource Management. Students are placed with the assistance of their academic advisor and the Career Development Center.
Our Environmental Resource Management students have done internships in Bureau of Forestry, Claws "N" Paws, Ecoscientific Solutions, Endless Mountains Landscaping, Jerry's Sports Centers, Lackawanna County Conservation District, Lackawanna River Corridor Association, McLane Associates, Northeastern Environmental, Penn State Cooperative Extension, PA Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR), PA Department of Transportation, Pennsylvania Fish Commission, Pennsylvania Game Commission, Schoner Environmental, Southern Tier Regional Planning & Development, Susquehanna County Soil Conservation District, US Forest Service, Urban and Community Forestry, the University of Pennsylvania Arboretum, Wyoming County Conservation District, and Yellowstone National Park.