Your Sustainability Career

Young People for Green Jobs Gathered on Capitol Hill

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Green Leaders Building a Green Future

Our students consistently use the knowledge they gain here to pursue successful green careers. 

Sustainable UMass alums have gone on to pursue work in the green economy as environmental educators, energy conservation specialists, sustainability consultants, community organizers, public policy analysts, and more with non-profit, private, and government organizations like Harvard University, the Union of Concerned Scientists, University of Cambridge, the Center for Ecotechnology, the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources, and others.

For current students interested in launching your sustainability career we suggest you follow these five simple steps:

  1. MAKE YOURSELF STAND OUT as a green candidate with our outstanding academic programing
  2. Enhance your educational experience with hands-on sustainability leadership opportunities while learning what it means to live sustainably on our UMASS campus
  3. Explore the Green Jobs Resource List and Regional Community Organizations Resource List below to find the green career that’s a perfect fit for you
  4. Don't forget to stay in touch with other green leaders and changemakers through our Sustainable UMass Alumni Network
  5. Use everything you’ve learned at Sustainable UMass to go out and MAKE US PROUD

For students and UMASS alums looking to enter or re-enter the world of work as sustainability professionals we've provided a helpful Green Jobs Resource List below:

Green Jobs Resource List

http://allenvironmentaljobs.com/

http://www.buylocalfood.org/classifieds/job-opportunities/

http://jobs.grist.org/

http://jobsinthevalley.com/

http://jobs.oriongrassroots.org/

http://www.idealist.org/

http://www.massachsuetts.greenjobs.net/

http://mass-green.jobs/

http://www.nefood.org/page/jobs

http://sustainablefoodjobs.wordpress.com/

Regional Community Organizations Resource List

(Explore this list to find regional organizations that may be able to provide career-enhancing volunteer or internship opportunites)