Job Placement and Environmental Careers
196) Does your Career Placement Center, or other entity, organize
job fairs focused on environmental careers?
The Career Placement Center has not ever specifically organized a job
fair focusing on environmental careers. In 1998, there was a premier
Liberal Arts and Sciences Career Fair that had many environmentally oriented
197) Does your career center provide information on environmentally
Yes. The Career Placement Center provides newsletters and job
announcements that are specifically focusing on environmental careers.
198) Does your center place access fees on a sliding scale so that
small environmental firms and non-profit organizations can afford to recruit
Environmental firms and non-profit organizations can recruit on campus
for free. They may also post job announcements in the career center
and on their web site for free. There is a $25.00 fee for non-profit
organizations and small firms to recruit at job fairs held on campus.
199) Have students organized any boycotts against particular companies
recruiting on campus for environmental reasons? If so, which companies
There is no knowledge
of any boycotts against specific companies recruiting on campus.
200) Do you know of any efforts on campus to get students to sign
a pledge encouraging them to work for socially responsible companies upon
In 1990 there was an Associated Students funded effort to give out
social and environmental pledge cards at graduation. Currently the
career center has no such pledge on file, however the Associated Students
Environmental Affairs Council does have a copy of this type of pledge,
which is available for members and other students to sign.