This workshop will cover internship search tips; information about SEAS internship funding and application deadlines; and a panel of second year students who volunteered to share their experiences in identifying and securing 2017 summer internships.
The SEAS Career trek takes place annually during fall break. The purpose of the trip is to expose SEAS students to the diverse environmental and sustainability careers held by alumni in a specific region, provide networking opportunities for both students and alumni, and allow current students to gain insight into key skills they will need to develop to succeed in their target career.
Trek activities include moderated panels, roundtables, individual meetings and a networking reception. RSVPs... Read more...
A week of activities featuring SEAS alumni panels, roundtables, and workshops. Check back for more information about the schedule of events in late August.
Tentative 2017 Career Week topics include:
Advocacy, Activism & Policy
Community Organizing & Grassroots Activism
Clean Energy after the Clean Power Plan
Bringing Science into the Workplace
Sustainable International Development
Landscape Architecture Professionals Roundtable