Let’s Talk About Sustainability!


Are you an Environmental Science or Geography student with a passion for science and impacting the planet we live on?
Have you been wondering about what a career in sustainability might look like? Looking for an internship in this field, perhaps?
Are you looking for a fun way to celebrate Earth Month, learn about career paths, and enjoy a free lunch?!
We have the wonderful opportunity to hear from four DU alums from our Environmental Science and Geography programs about their career paths to celebrate Earth Month in April and get your wheels turning about your own career development. “Let’s Talk About Sustainability” is a special Dine & Dialogue that will focus on advocacy, recycling, sustainable transit, stormwater management, and more. Our alums come from a variety of organizations in the community, including the City & County of Denver, Century Communities, Inc., and Denver Recycles. One of our alums previously worked with Denver Bikes, another awesome organization committed to sustainable transit. They are passionate about protecting our environment and developing sustainable solutions for our community; and, they are thrilled to meet you!
The goal of our Dine & Dialogue series is to create an intimate setting where students can ask questions and have small-group discussions around career paths of interest to them. We expect this to be a learning and networking opportunity for all participants, to engage both students and alumni and open the door for potential mentorship, job shadow, internship and job opportunities.
We hope to see you on Wednesday, April 18 from 12-1pm in the Leo Block Alumni House! To register, visit Pioneer Careers. Space is limited, and lunch is free, so be sure to register today!