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Help for Colleges and Universities

The EPA Alumni Association and the Environmental Protection Network, work with colleges and universities to help students understand the advantages of working for the Environmental Protection Agency and how to apply.  We have partnered with colleges and universities in the  following ways:

Virtual Roundtable Discussions with Students

  • Done in partnership with EPA

  • Customized for each College and University

  • Provides students with an understanding of environmental public service, opportunities at EPA

  • Alumni share their experiences working at EPA

  • Can include a discussion of jobs, tips for job hunting and resume writing, and navigating USAJobs

  • Recorded on Zoom

  • See list of completed Roundtable discussions HERE

Virtual One-on-One Discussions with Students

  • Offer limited one-on-one discussions with students on environmental and other professional and administrative program careers

  • The University organizes the outreach, sign up for students

  • EPA Alumni participate in 30 minute, 1:1 conversations

  • Conversations are about career paths in general -- not individual jobs

  • Meetings are virtual

  • See list of completed one-on-one Discussions HERE

  Virtual Alumni Educators in the Classroom

  • EPA Alumni can consult with classroom educators about how Alumni can provide one-time talks to supplement classroom discussion.

Virtual Discussions with University Faculty

  • EPA Alumni are also available to meet with University faculty to discuss the disciplines that EPA and other environmental organizations employ.

 

Please contact

epaalumni@aol.com

or

Steven.fantes@environmentalprotectionnetwork.com

for more information.

 

Completed Roundtable Discussions

Arkansas Baptist College, AK

Benedict College, SC

Bluefield State College, WV

Cal Poly Humboldt, CA

Delaware State University, DE

George Mason University, VA

North Carolina Central University, NC

Prairie View A&M, TX

Whittier College, CA

 

Completed One-on-One Discussions

American University, DC

Delaware State University Law School, DE

Roundtable
One-on-one
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