Behavior, Education, and Communication Career Resources

Graduates of SNRE's BEC program are equipped with the background and skills to work as an environmental advocate, communicator, K-12 or non-formal educator, an environmental engagement, outreach, or sustainability manager, a conservation behavior specialist, or an environmental dispute resolution specialist, among other career paths. Below you'll find a list of employers of BEC graduates.

Featured BEC Employers:


If you're a BEC student looking for internship information, click here.

BEC students acquire many of the skills listed below. Consider including those that apply to you on your resume:

Conservation psychology, behavior change, environmental communication, environmental education, social marketing, public engagement, conflict resolution, negotiation, strategic planning, program management, program evaluation, public relations and outreach.


Contact the SNRE Careers Staff ( for resume and cover letter reviews, mock interviews, internship and job search help.