Interested in pursuing a future in Energy, Environment, and Sustainability? Find resources, events, opportunities, and advice to confirm your interest and kickstart your career.
Explore a career path in Energy, Environment, and Sustainability
Do you have a passion for ensuring the health and safety of our planet? Perhaps an opportunity in environmental management, renewable energy research, or climate policy and advocacy might be for you. Or maybe you are looking to utilize your business savvy? You might choose to work for a consulting firm analyzing energy markets and industry trends, or you may take on a role helping companies develop more sustainable business practices.
No matter what your area of study, unique skill-sets, or preferred job setting, there are a wealth of possibilities in this field. Careers in energy, the environment, and sustainability can take many forms and are found across a diverse group of industries. From business, technology, and energy production; to sustainable development, conservation and climate science; to research and teaching; to even law and policy, opportunities are numerous and exist in both the public and private sector.
By: Nicole Estvanik Taylor, MIT Slice
More sustainability education? That’s not a tough sell to the MIT campus community—at least not in theory, says Sarah Meyers MBA ’12.
“But it’s difficult because it’s change,” she says. “You have to coordinate …
Senior Stacy Godfreey-Igwe seeks to make marginalized communities more visible in the fight against climate change.
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In an article shared by MIT Sloan, Meredith Somers discusses the shift from “reactive to proactive environmental practices,” and how a company’s sustainability practices are now viewed as an indication of its success.
“Sustainability is no longer an afterthought in …
At first glance, academic training can seem ill-suited to careers in industry. However, there are plenty of ways in which researchers can improve their lot.
Focus on skills
A healthy publication record may not impress many industry employers. Instead, they …