Graduates of the International Environmental Policy (IEP) program design and implement sustainable solutions around the world in the fields of conservation, development, and energy.
This information is compiled from surveys of the Classes of 2011–2016 and refers to the first job after graduation (unless otherwise stated).
Bangladesh; Chile; China; Colombia; Dominican Republic; Ecuador; El Salvador; Haiti; Indonesia; Italy; Malawi; Mozambique; Peru; Samoa; South Sudan; Taiwan; Tanzania; United Kingdom; United States
Employment Status (One Year After Graduation, %)
Salary (U.S. BASED, EMPLOYED FULL TIME)
“[The student] ... worked steadily and reliably and helped supply all requested tools and analyses in time ... We will miss her a lot ... Any institution would be lucky to have her on board.”
–International Professional Service Semester Supervisor, Conservation International
Secured Opportunity: 94%
Locations: Fiji, Honduras, Italy, Palau, Vietnam, United States
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