Where do you want to go?
The private, for-profit sector is comprised of so many different industries and overlapping fields that it can be difficult to chart a straightforward path to one occupation. However, this complexity can provide you with many options for employment suited to your skills and interests!
A good way to narrow down your options is to write down your strengths and your priorities. What are you best at? What part of geoscience do you most enjoy? Do you envision yourself working indoors or outdoors? Are you willing to travel or move to another location?
A preliminary search of industry jobs can give you a good idea of the preferred qualifications of applicants and job responsibilities. Use key words to search job boards, then compare jobs against your own list of criteria. Search by terms that describe your skills or interests ("remote sensing", "water quality", "Python") to find a variety of positions; searching by job titles is often difficult because different industries and employers use different titles.