Economics and Politics of the Environment (EPE) - Internships and Employment

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The Bren School places a strong emphasis on gaining professional experience. Internships are an excellent way to network with professionals in your field and offer a great opportunity to gain practical training and experience. Many times, internships can lead to permanent employment.

Students specializing in Economics and Politics of the Environment at the Bren School have found career positions with consulting firms, non-profit organizations, government agencies and more. If you would like to learn more about the placement of Bren School alumni, please see the Bren School Career Placement Statistics page.

The following links provide a number of key organizations you might explore that offer policy/economic-based internships.

Internships

Local Opportunities:

National Opportunities:

International Opportunities:

To learn more about internship opportunities that Bren students have experienced in policy-related fields and in other environmental disciplines, please visit our Career Services Internship pages (NOTE: This site also contains restricted internship sites for current Bren students only). The Career Services division maintains professional relationships with those organizations that have facilitated internship experiences with Bren students and alumni.

Employment

To learn more about employment opportunities in policy-related fields and in other environmental disciplines, please visit our Career Services Employment pages.

The following organizations have environmental divisions: