Looking to translate your passion for green-friendly technology, initiatives and lifestyles into a career? Want an easy way to identify companies or organizations that hold and live your green values, whether in the non-profit, government or private sector?
The Career Center and the College of the Environment are proud to be collaborating on the Green Career Fair, being held on January 26th from 10am-2pm in the Mary Gates Hall Commons. Formerly the Environmental Opportunities Fair, this event will give you a great chance to meet with employers who share your green values and your commitment to spending your working life in the fields of sustainability, environmental advocacy and more.
This unique career fair gives you the opportunity to connect with employers who view sustainability as key to their mission. More than 25 employers will be in attendance, from non-profits to government agencies and for-profit corporations, looking to hire for volunteer, intern and/or full-time career positions. For some of these green-minded employers, this will be their only recruiting visit to campus this year – you don’t want to miss it!
Organizations that will be attending include:
Alderleaf Wilderness College
Camp Fire USA – Camp Sealth
City of Bellevue – Parks & Community Services
Fund for the Public Interest
Mount Rainier National Park
Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission
Ross & Associates Environmental Consulting, Ltd.
Round River Conservation Studies
Snow Leopard Trust
Student Conservation Association (SCA)
The Nature Conservancy
University of Southern California – Viterbi School of Engineering
USDA – Forest Service
UW Professional & Continuing Education
UW -Sichuan University Exchange Program
Wild Rockies Field Institute
For more information, including the participating employers, please visit the event website.