As graduates of the SEAS Environmental Justice program, you can leverage your knowledge and skills to pursue a career in education, research, policy development and management, consulting, grant writing, advocacy, journalism, and a variety of other career paths. Below is a list of employers of our Environmental Justice graduates.
Featured Environmental Justice Employers
- Charles Stewart Mott Foundation
- Detroiters Working for Environmental Justice
- Environmental Resources Management (ERM)
- Sierra Club
- Surdna Andrus
- Ten Thousand Villages
- Tetra Tech
- The Nature Conservancy (TNC)
- Transformative Action Institute
- U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
- Korea Environment Institute
- U.S. Department of Commerce
- Greater London Authority, London, UK
- U.S. Climate Alliance
- SKEO, Charlottesville, VA
- Third Horizon Consulting
- Washington State Department of Ecology
For internship-related information such as tips, past internships, and statistics, visit our internships page.
Environmental Justice students acquire many of the skills listed below. Consider including those that apply to you on your resume:
Climate change, community revitalization, conflict mediation, environmental workforce dynamics, open space, pollution mitigation, public policy, renewable resources, environmental governance, food security, and agriculture.
Contact the SEAS Careers staff (firstname.lastname@example.org) for resume and cover letter reviews, mock interviews, internships, and job search help.