Wilson Hall, McCullough Student Center
14 Old Chapel Road
Middlebury, VT 05753
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Poster that says Up Next

Climate Change touches everything, but it can be hard to know how to match your interests, skills, and passions up as you consider your career. This two-day UpNext: Climate Careers program seeks to demystify the many existing and developing climate careers and sectors. Through this panel discussion and networking reception (as well as small group discussions on Friday, March 31st), students will get an insider’s understanding of the opportunities, available career paths, and roles and skills necessary to enter future jobs and internships. Panelists will talk about current and emerging trends shaping opportunities to work on climate change and their implications. Students also get a first-hand look into the personal career paths of participating alumni. 

A Conversation With:

  • Brian Ambrette ‘02 (Physics), Senior Climate Resilience Coordinator at the State of Maine, Governor’s Office of Policy Innovation & the Future
  • Joshua Axelrod ’05 (English), Senior Policy Advocate at the Natural Resources Defense Council
  • Amer Barghouth ’05 (International Politics and Economics), Technical Director of Energy Services at DT Global
  • Cher Griffith Taylor ’11 (Political Science), ZEV Strategy Consultant at D+R International
  • James Hand ‘08 (Physics), Energy Engineer at Evernorth
  • Dan Kane ’09 (Biology), Senior Manager at TerraCarbon
  • Caitlin Littlefield ‘07.5 (Environmental Studies) Lead Scientist at Conservation Science Partners
  • Andrew Savage ‘03 (Political Science) VP of Sustainability & Founding Team at Lime

Sign up now for this and small group discussions on Friday, March 31! More details and registration links are available right here

Sponsored by:
Environmental Affairs; Center for Careers & Internships

Contact Organizer

Baldwin, Lindsey