Graduates of the SEAS Behavior, Education, and Communication program are equipped with the background and skills to work as an environmental advocate, communicator, K-12 or non-formal educator, an environmental engagement, outreach, or sustainability manager, a conservation behavior specialist, or an environmental dispute resolution specialist, among other career paths. Below you'll find a list of employers of Behavior, Education, and Communication graduates.
Featured Behavior, Education, and Communication Employers:
- Environmental Education Centers
- Land Trusts & Collaboratives
- Mediation Firms
- Behavior Change
- RARE (Washington, D.C.)
For more BEC employment information, check out our BEC Careers Info Sheet.
For internship-related information such as tips, past internships, and statistics, visit our internships page.
Behavior, Education, and Communication students acquire many of the skills listed below. Consider including those that apply to you on your resume:
Advocacy, conservation psychology, behavior change, environmental communication, environmental education, social marketing, public engagement, conflict resolution, negotiation, strategic planning, policy, program design, evaluations and management, public relations, and outreach.
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