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Sun Devils interested in Sustainability, Environmental and Natural Resources focus on conservation, environmental improvement and solving social problems. They work diligently to preserve the three P’s: people, profit and plant.
Check out these resources, jobs, internships and events happening this March.
If you're interested in sustainable activism, consider your personality to decide how you wish to participate.
A lesser known, but growing area of Sustainability is Biomimicry. Check out ASU's Biomimicry Center for more information.
Consider getting into an organization first and then stepping into a sustainability role.
Below is just a sampling of the many events, internships and job opportunities made available to ASU students and grads. Click to learn more about each opportunity. You should also log on to your Handshake account to explore and apply to additional opportunities.
APS generates clean, reliable and affordable energy for 1.3 million homes and businesses located throughout 11 of Arizona’s 15 counties. As owner and operator of Palo Verde Generating Station, the nation’s largest producer of carbon–free electricity, and with one of the country’s most substantial renewable energy portfolios, APS’ current energy mix is 50 percent clean. With headquarters in Phoenix, APS is the principal subsidiary of Pinnacle West Capital Corp.
Review next steps in the Sustainability, Environmental and Natural Resources career guide including tips for success and a listing of relevant professional associations and student organizations.
Connect with alumni and professionals working in the Sustainability, Environmental and Natural Resources field as well as students who have also selected this Career Interest Community. Start browsing recommended connections and building your network today!
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