Brown University
The Center for Careers and Life After Brown (CareerLAB) helps students translate their unique educational experience for employers, graduate schools and other professional and academic programs. CareerLAB provides students with one-on-one advising, employer information sessions, interviews and career fairs, alumni connections, skill building workshops and online resources.


Watson Institute for International & Public Affairs

The Ivy League’s only one-year master’s program in public affairs, the MPA prepares students to be public policy leaders, analysts, and advocates in governemnt, politics, and the nonprofit, and private sectors, both in the U.S. and abroad. In just one summer and two semesters, students gain problem-solving, quantitative, communication, and managerial skills. At a time of heightened concern about economic development, poverty, social equity, education, secuirty, and the environment, the MPA program gives students the tools to develop effective, evidence-based solutions.

Center for Careers and Lift After Brown Contact: Jim Amspacher

Watson Institute for International & Public Affairs MPA Contact: Benjamin Chalot


Columbia University, Earth Institute
The Earth Institute, Columbia University and its affiliates offer one of the world’s richest collections of environmental and sustainability education programs. We offer an unparalleled selection of sustainability programs at the undergraduate, graduate and Ph.D level, which combine the expertise of leading Earth Institute researchers and faculty in the fields of environmental policy, sustainability management, and climate change with the resources of Columbia University. The Earth Institute provides sustainability career development services to its students to ensure they have the support and resources they need to excel in their professional endeavors.
Columbia Contact: David Morales-Miranda


Founded in 1865, Cornell is a private, Ivy League university and the land-grant university for New York State. Cornell’s mission is to discover, preserve, and disseminate knowledge; produce creative work; and promote a culture of broad inquiry throughout and beyond the Cornell community. The career professionals at Cornell are committed to contribute to the Cornell community of learning by providing outstanding career development services that help students apply their education and experiences toward advancing their career goals over a lifetime.
Cornell, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Constact: Steve Shaum
Cornell University Career Services Contact: Mia Ferraina


At At Dartmouth, understanding and interacting with the natural world is encouraged as an important part of a liberal arts education. Our undergraduate and graduate programs in environmental studies, earth sciences, and environmental engineering prepare students for careers as leaders in addressing complex environmental issues from a problem-oriented, interdisciplinary perspective. Supporting initiatives at Dartmouth include the Sustainabilty Project, The Sustainability Solutions Cafe, the Irving Institute for Energy and Society, the annual Formula Hybrid competition, and a student-run organic farm for education and research.

Dartmouth College Contact: E. Chandlee Bryan

Dartmouth Thayer School of Engineering Contact: Liz Lerret


Established in 1636, Harvard University is the oldest institution of higher education in the United States. Based in Cambridge and Boston, Massachusetts, Harvard has an enrollment of over 20,000 degree candidates, including undergraduate, graduate, and professional students.Harvard’s Faculty of Arts & Sciences (FAS) is the largest division of the University and comprises Harvard College; the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences; the Division of Continuing Education, including the Harvard Extension School; and the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. The Office of Career Services works to educate, connect, and advise students about opportunities for summer and post-graduation. OCS serves students and alumni of Harvard College, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, and Harvard Extension School degree and certificate programs.
Harvard Contact: Anthony Arcieri


It is the vision of Princeton University’s Center for Career Development that all students feel prepared to forge their own paths in which their values, interests, and work align. Our mission is to empower students to develop the insights, experience and connections to pursue personally meaningful careers throughout their lives.


Princeton Contact: Xiaotang Huang


University of Pennsylvania
More than 250 years after its founding, the University of Pennsylvania continues to achieve excellence in research and education. With 24,832 students across 12 undergraduate and graduate schools, including business, education, engineering, law, liberal arts and medicine, Penn has a tradition of intellectual rigor and pursuit of innovative knowledge. That tradition lives today through the creativity, entrepreneurship, and engagement of our faculty, students, and staff, including an interdisciplinary focus on sustainability and the environment.
University of Pennsylvania Contact: Jamie Grant


The Yale School of the Environment looks to provide national and international leadership in environmental education, management, and policy in response to the urgent and increasingly complex challenges of the new century. Our diverse, global population of students ranging from undergraduate environmental studies majors through seasoned professionals are uniquely prepared for corporate, government, educational, non-profit and NGO career tracks.


Yale School of the Environment Contact: Kathryn Douglas

Yale School of Management Contact: Kennedy Sani