Sustainability Expo

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Location: Galleria, Jordan Hall of Science

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Join us at the Fall 2019 Sustainability Expo!  

This new fall time frame allows us to align the event with Notre Dame's annual Career Fair, which provides a unique opportunity for employers and other participants to engage with students interested in energy, the environment, climate change, sustainability studies, and more. 

The Sustainability Expo provides all students (undergraduate and graduate) with information and valuable resources about professional development opportunities in the areas of energy, the environment, and sustainability studies.

Employers on campus for the Career Fair will be invited to participate in the Expo to provide students with internship and potential job opportunities outside of the local area. In addition, students will connect with researchers, educators, and community leaders on opportunities in research, education, and outreach programs and services, which are all important to enhancing graduate and undergraduate education. 

Participants will have the unique opportunity to meet with students about their programs and resources and to share any professional development opportunities, such as job openings, research, education minors, advanced degrees, internships, volunteer services, and more. 

Who should participate?   employers ... entrepreneurs ... community leaders ... educators ... researchers ... program coordinators ... anyone with programs, services, and positions in the area of sustainability. 

Who should attend?   undergraduate students ... graduate students ... postdoctoral scholars ... anyone at Notre Dame interested in learning about programs, services, and positions in the area of sustainability.

Are you a faculty member or employer who would like to host a booth? Please register here.

The Sustainability Expo is sponsored by the Center for Career DevelopmentCenter for Nano Science and Technology (NDnano), Center for Sustainable Energy at Notre Dame (ND Energy), John J. Reilly Center for Science, Technology and ValuesMinor in Sustainability, and Notre Dame Environmental Change Initiative (ND-ECI).