U-M Green Career Fair
Fifth Annual Campus-Wide Environment and Sustainability Career Fair
Tuesday, January 22, 2019, 11:30-2:30 pm
Michigan League, Ballroom
* The Green Career Fair is open to University of Michigan students and alumni only. *
The School for Environment and Sustainability (SEAS) builds on more than a century of leadership in environmental science, management, policy and design at the University of Michigan. SEAS programs train leaders to tackle the unprecedented challenges of the modern era.
Please note: space is limited at the U-M Green Career Fair. Priority is given to employers who are currently hiring for full-time positions and summer internships, and employers who are hiring at both graduate and undergraduate levels.
Student Registration Information
For U-M students, please click here to register for the fair. More information can be found on the linked page. To view all employment opportunities, please visit this link and login with your U-M email address.
Employer Registration Information
Registration is open until January 13, 2019, to register please click here.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a "green" career fair? The event is structured similarly to other career fairs, but participating employers are hiring for positions with an environmental and sustainability focus.
Who can come to this event? All students. Any interested student is welcome to attend, regardless of major or minor. Please bring your Mcard, it is required for entry.
Should I participate if I am not currently seeking a job or internship? Yes, the career fair is a critical opportunity to develop professional networking connections and to learn about employers that may interest you in the future.
Why work a green job? With increasing concerns about climate change and environmental degradation in contemporary society, there is a demand for environmentally conscious careers. Applying your skills to an environmental position can provide fulfilling experiences that encourage sustainable thinking in future career paths and benefit the environment as a whole.