Employment opportunities for U.S. college graduates with expertise in the food, agricultural, and natural resources system are expected to remain strong during the next five years. The USDA expects slightly more than 52,000 annual job openings for new graduates during 2005-2010, and some 49,300 qualified graduates available each year for these positions.


Dr. Bill Bennett Student Success Center
College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources
Texas Tech University
PO Box 42123
Lubbock, Texas 79409-2022
(806) 742-2808

University Career Services
Texas Tech University
150 Wiggins Complex
Lubbock, TX 79419
(806) 742-2210
Career Services Web Site

College of Agricultural Sciences & Natural Resources Job Fair
On Tuesday, Sept. 27, CASNR will hold a job fair from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the Texas Tech Club, located on the west side of Jones AT&T Stadium. Employers attending the event will meet with students from six departments within CASNR.

Students in the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources are well educated individuals who excel both in and out of the classroom. Agricultural companies, state and federal legislators and agencies, as well as international organizations compete for our students, offering internships and full-time employment. We work closely with University Career Services to ensure our graduates are prepared to enter the workforce. Career Services helps with resume critiques, mock interviews, etiquette and many other things to prepare them for a career in ag sciences and natural resources.

Savannah Chambers
Program Manager of Undergraduate Studies
(806) 742-2808

Janie Lopez
Coordinator for College Relations
(806) 742-2808

Cindy McCullough
Coordinator of Scholarships
(806) 742-2808

Everardo Macias
Coordinator of Diversity
(806) 742-2808

Stephanie Legako
Academic Specialist for Student Retention
(806) 742-2808