Sustainable Systems career services information

"The familiarity I had with connections between environmental policy, the economy, and health and ecosystem impacts was one of my greatest strengths when applying for jobs. The Sustainable Systems courses I took made sure that I was comfortable "“ even if only at a basic level - with principles of economics and engineering and that I understood why environmental change required input from multiple fields. At my job now, I compile input from biologists, economists, engineers, and other stakeholders to inform my analyses of Federal environmental policies. I couldn"â„¢t do that without systems thinking and interdisciplinary education."

- Claire Santoro (SNRE MS Alum), currently working at Industrial Economics, Inc. as an Associate

"Of all the Environmental Science/Environmental Management programs I applied to, SNRE was my first choice, largely because of the Sustainable Systems track, which strongly emphasizes systems thinking and analysis. Plus, the University of Michigan has so many courses and research projects on systems (analysis, modeling, policy, etc.) that offer wonderful opportunities to develop interdisciplinary, system-thinking skills." -Thomas Stephens, SNRE MS Alum

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Employers of SNRE Graduates and Interns Why Should Employers Hire Sustainable Systems Students?
Job Titles and Employment Sector of SNRE Alumni Examples of Sustainable Systems Coursework
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Sustainable Systems Focused Master's Projects
Professional Organizations to Join
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Employers of SNRE graduates and Interns*

Check out the SNRE Group on LinkedIn to network with SNRE students & alumni who have professional experience in the field. 

Acumen Fund
adidas A.G.
Agile 1
American Association for the Advancement of Science
Architectural Expressions, LLP
Argonne National Laboratory
Axio Power
Barclays Capital
Battery Ventures
BCS, Inc.
BHP Billiton
Black & Veatch
Blue Tree Strategies
Boston Properties
BP of America
Buckner Law Group
Business for Social Responsibility (BSR)
California Environmental Associates
Catamount Energy Corporation (subsidiary of Duke Energy Corp)
CDM, Inc.
Center for Sustainable Systems
Centro de Políƒ ­ticas Píƒ ºblicas UC 
China Beijing Environmental Exchange
City of Ann Arbor, MI
City of Asheville, NC - Office of Sustainability
City of Seattle, WA 
Cisco Systems
Clean Energy Coalition
Clean Pacific Ventures
CLF Ventures
Coca-Cola Company
Columbia University
Concurrent Technologies Corporation
Confluence Capital
CTG Energetics
Cummins Power Generation
Dairy Management Inc./ Innovation Center for U.S. Dairy
Deloitte Consulting LLP
Detroit Department of Transportation (DDOT)
De Montfort University, Institute of Energy & Sustainable Development
Dow Chemical
DTE Biomass Energy
DTE Energy
Duke Energy
Eaton Corporation
Ecotrust Forest Management
Equilibrium Capital Group
Environmental Defense Fund (EDF)
Environmental Defense Fund's Climate Corps Program 
Environmental Law and Policy Center
Erb Family Foundation
Fair Food Network
Ford Motor Company
Forest Carbon Offsets, LLC
Franklin Associates, a Division of Eastern Research Group
Frito Lay
Gas Technology Institute
GE Renewable Energy Leadership Program
Genencor International
Global Green USA
Good Energies
Green Schools National Network
Holcim US
Honest Tea
ICF International
Industrial Economics
Innovation Center for U.S. Dairy
Jackson Community College
Johnson Controls, Institute for Building Efficiency
J and J Industries
J.P. Morgan
Kennedy/Jenks Consultants
Korea University
KPMG Global Center for Sustainability and Climate Change
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Legacy Land Conservancy
Living Steel
Lockheed Martin
M-Consulting Group
Maine Department of Environmental Protection
Maryland Energy Administration
Masco Corporation
Massachusetts Clean Energy Center
Melbourne Institute of Technology
METRO Regional Planning and Transportation Government
MGM International
Michigan Department of Environmental Quality
Michigan Sea Grant
Michigan State University
Millipore National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
National Renewable Energy Laboratory
National Wildlife Federation
Nestle Waters/Poland Spring, via Clean Air - Cool Planet
Northern Forest Center
Oregon Department of Energy
Oregon State University
Pace Global Energy
Pacific Northwest National Lab 
PacWest Consulting Partners
Paladino and Company
Peace Corps
Piper Jaffray
Point Carbon
Portland Energy Conservation, Inc
Portland State University
Real Time Farms
Recycle Ann Arbor
ReGenerate Solutions
Resource Recycling Systems
REC Solar
REthink Development
RNK Capital
Robert Bosch Foundation
Self Employed
Shell Exploration & Production Co.
Shepherd Advisors
Sierra Club
Skeo Solutions
SoCore Energy
Springwater Environmental Sciences Charter School
Steelcase Inc.
Stonyfield Farm
Strategic Energy Group
Strategic Energy Innovations
Stratus Consulting
SunPower Corporation
Technology for Tomorrow, Uganda
Tel Aviv University  
The Boston Consulting Group (BCG)
The Nature Conservancy
The Water Initiative
The World Bank 
Three Rivers Alliance
University of California, Davis, Sustainable Transportation Energy Pathways Research Program
University of Michigan
University of Vermont Extension
University of Virginia
University of Waterloo
USAID, EcoRegional Initiatives + Development Alternatives Inc.
US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service: Gifford Pinchot National Forest
US Department of State
US Department of the Army
US Energy Information Administration (EIA)
US Environmental Protection Agency, Great Lakes National Program Office
US General Services Administration
US Green Building Council
Washtenaw County, MI
Waste Management
Weston Solutions
World Resources Institute
World Wildlife Fund
Yale University
Youngstown State University 

Job titles and employment sector of SNRE alumni*

Please note that some positions may require a PhD.

Non-Profit/NGO/Multilateral Organization

Associate Energy Market Analyst (MS)
Director, Coalition for Resource Recovery (MS/MBA)
Director of Finance (MS/MBA)
Director, Northern Forest Sustainable Economy Initiative (MS)
Municipal Sector Program Manager (PhD)
Natural Resources Management Specialist (PhD)
Program Manager (PhD)
Project Manager, Corporate Partnerships (MS/MBA)
Regional Manager, Climate Adaptation (MS)
Residential Energy Services Coordinator (MS)
Science & Technology Policy Fellow
Sustainability Analyst
Sustainability Relationship Manager (MS/MBA)

Private (Consulting and Industry)

Account Manager (MS/MBA)
Architectural Intern (MS)
Associate (MS)
Business Development and Strategist (MS/MBA)
Business Manager (MS)
Certification Engineer (MS/MSE)
Commercial Associate (MS/MBA)
Consultant (MS/MBA)
Director - Commercial Development
Director, Conservation Finance (MS/MBA)
Director of Market Development (MS/MBA)
Director of Operations (MS/MBA)
Director, Strategy & Operations (MS/MBA)
Engineering & Technology Leadership Development Program (MS/MSE)
Environmental Manager (MS/MBA)
Forestry Director
GIS Specialist (MS)
Green Development Consultant
Investment Banker (MS/MBA)
LCA Specialist (MS)
Leadership Development Rotational Program (MS/MBA)
Life Cycle Analyst (PhD)
Manager, Sustainable Development (MS/MBA)
Managing Partner and Consultant (PhD)
Market Analyst (MS/MBA)
Owner/President Law Group (MS/MBA)
Postdoc (PhD)
Project Analyst
Project Developer (MS/MBA)
Program Manager (MS/MBA)
Project Manager Battery Energy Storage (MS/MBA)
Project Manager Design (MS/MBA)
Project Scientist (PhD)
Project Scientist, Sustainability Team (MS)
Renewable Energy Consultant (MS/MSE)
Renewable Energy Leadership Program - Associate
Robert Bosch Fellow - Sustainable Product Design
Self-Employed Consultant (MS/MBA)
Senior Advisor
Senior Analyst (MS/MBA)
Senior Associate (MS/MBA)
Senior Consultant
Senior Consultant, Carbon Management (MS/MPP)
Senior Consultant, Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability
Senior Engineer (PhD)
Social Responsibility Program Manager
Solar Energy Consultant
Special Projects Manager (MS/MBA)
Strategic Program Manager / Supply Chain Sustainability (MS/MBA)
Strategy Consultant
Strategy Manager
Supply Chain Sustainability Strategy Specialist (MS/MBA)
Sustainable Development & Social Performance Manager (MS/MBA)
Sustainability Analyst (MS/MBA)
Sustainability and LCA Analyst (MS)
Sustainability Engineer (MS/MBA)
Sustainable Practices Analyst (PhD)
Sustainability Programs Manager (MS/MBA)
Technical Research Associate
Value Chain Compliance Manager (MS/MBA)
Wind Services Program Manager


Academic Specialist
Adjunct Professor
Assistant Professor (PhD)
Associate Professor (PhD)
Associate Research Scientist (PhD)
Director of a Center (PhD)
Faculty Research Associate (PhD)
Lecturer (PhD)
Program Coordinator
Program Manager, Sustainable Transportation Energy Pathways (MS/MBA)
Teacher (MS)
Research Associate (PhD)
Research Fellow
Research Officer (PhD)
Research Scientist (PhD)
Sustainability Coordinator (MS)


Clean Energy Program Manager (MS/MBA)
Energy Analyst
Environmental Policy Analyst
Environmental Scientist (MS)
Financial Economist/ GHG Inventory Lead (MS/MPP)
Foreign Service Officer (PhD)
GHG Inventory Lead
Industry Economist (MS/MAE)
NOAA Coastal Management Fellow (MS/Urban Planning)
Principal Transportation Systems Analyst (MS)
Protected Areas Management Advisor (MS)
Research Associate (PhD)
Researcher, Environmental Security (PhD)
Senior Engineer (PhD)
Senior Scientific Engineering Associate (MS/MSE)
Sustainable Systems Engineer (PhD)

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Other employers of interest

These are just a handful that have been suggested by faculty, students, or are registered employers on eRecruiter...many more are out there! Check out eRecruiter for a complete listing of Sustainable Systems employers that are registered with SNRE.

3Degrees Group, Inc.
Acre--Green Jobs
Alaska Conservation Alliance
American Electric Power
Antenna Group
Apollo Alliance
Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and Environment (ATREE)
Asian Development Bank
August Mack
Bank Information Center
Carbon Credit Capital
CBA, Inc.
Center for Neighborhood Technology
Center for Resource Solutions
Citizens Energy Corporation
Cleantech Group
Climate Central
Climate Change Business Journal
Climate Change Capitol
Consortium for Energy Efficiency
Cool Earth Solar
Covanta Holding Corporation
Delphi Corporation
DNV (Det Norske Veritas)
Energy Action Coalition
Environmental and Energy Study Institute
Environment New Hampshire
Environmental Resources Management
Fishbeck, Thompson, Carr & Huber, Inc. (FTC&H)
FiveWinds International
General Motors
Greenhouse Gas Management Institute (GHG)
Green Star
MAKE ConsultingMichigan Energy Options
Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission 
Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC)
PBS&J Corporation
PG&E (Pacific Gas & Electric) Company
Port of Seattle
Portland Energy Conservation, Inc. (PECI)
Renewable Energy World
San Juan Citizens Alliance
Science Applications International Corp.
Seventh Generation
Sierra Business Council
SJF Ventures
SolFocus, Inc.
Sound Environmental Strategies
Terra Global Capital, LLC
TerraCycle Inc.
The Energy Foundation
The Funders Workgroup for Sustainable Production and Consumption
The Regeneration Project
The Resource Innovation Group
The Russell Family Foundation
Toyota Motor Corporation
Transportation for America 
United Nations Environment Program
US Department of the Interior Bureau of Land Management (BLM)
US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) Research
Water Advocates
West Michigan Environmental Action Council
West Michigan Sustainable Business Forum
Weston Solutions
William J. Clinton Foundation
Wind on the Wires

Sustainable Systems Focused Master's Projects

Boyne Mountain Resort Environmental Sustainability Management Plan Master's Project: "The Boyne Mountain Project gave me an opportunity to put the skills I learned in Prof. Keoleian's Sustainable Energy Systems class into practice using real-world scenarios and data. Having an interdisciplinary team (2 MS students, 3 MBA/MS students (including one with a focus on finance), and an MLA/MS student) meant that we were able to provide wide-ranging recommendations on many different aspects of Boyne's operations, and allowed us to learn a great deal from each other." --Imogen Taylor, SNRE Sustainable Systems Alum

Sustainable Systems students and Master's Projects

Interested in Sustainable Systems-focused internships?

Go to the SNRE Internship Website to view Sustainable Systems student internship reports.

eRecruiter Sustainable Systems highlights

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  • Search for Employers who hire Sustainable Systems students
  • Apply for Sustainable Systems jobs/internship on-line
  • View our Document Library, full of helpful career related resources

What exactly is the study of Sustainable Systems?

Both developed and developing nations face ever-growing challenges to meet basic human needs in a sustainable manner. Key issues include depletion of fossil fuels, global warming, water scarcity, loss of biodiversity and the human health impact, all of which are compounded by an expanding global population. Innovative solutions are required at all levels of society to address these complex and inter-related problems. Individuals and communities, small businesses and global corporations, government agencies and non-governmental organizations "“ each constituency plays a vital role in the creation of a sustainable world.

The Sustainable Systems field of study offers an interdisciplinary curriculum focused on enabling technology and enterprise to enhance the sustainability of systems that provide mobility, shelter, sustenance, communication and recreation. It draws on and benefits from the diversity of faculty expertise found at the school and across the University. Students develop the skills necessary for effective and innovative leadership in the public and private sectors. "In these leadership roles, our graduates will solve complex sustainability challenges through systems thinking and a sound understanding of ecological principles, the capabilities and limitations of technology and the mechanisms which bring about social change,"  says Professor Gregory A. Keoleian, coordinator of the Sustainable Systems field of study.

Why should employers hire Sustainable Systems students?

SNRE Sustainable Systems students develop critical skills of systems thinking and systems-dynamics modeling and apply them to the challenges of global environmental and social change. Life-cycle assessment, risk-benefit analysis, environmental economics, energy analysis, design for environment, carbon emissions modeling and spatial analysis are among the analytical tools and skills taught.

Our graduates are able to pursue careers in the private sector, often involving engineering and product development, management consulting, and strategic and sustainability planning. Students will be qualified to fill a professional position in the public sector with federal agencies such as the Environmental Protection Agency or the National Renewable Energy Lab, with a state or municipal governmental unit, or with nonprofit groups, such as Environmental Defense or the Natural Resources Defense Council.

Some students also have the opportunity to work with the Center for Sustainable Systems and the Graham Environmental Sustainability Institute on the University of Michigan Campus. Many Sustainable Systems students are also dual degree students involved with the Erb Institute. Students in the Erb Institute will graduate with a dual MS/MBA between SNRE and the Ross School of Business.

Other Sustainable Systems students are pursuing a dual degree with Engineering, called Engineering Sustainable Systems. Launched in the fall of 2007, the dual degree confers a master of science (MS) degree from SNRE and a master of science in engineering (MSE) from the College of Engineering (CoE). For ESS information and career assistance, please visit the ESS Website.

Examples of Sustainable Systems coursework:

Students gain expertise in systems analysis techniques with a wide range of applications, including renewable energy, water infrastructure, green construction, and sustainable mobility. Through coursework, students examine sustainability by studying global and regional environmental impacts, materials and energy flows, social values and equity issues, and consumption patterns and sufficiency.

Skill sets include: management training in environmental strategy, organizational change and conflict resolution, ethics, stakeholder engagement and scenario analysis. Students deepen their understanding of institutions that govern energy use and explore ways in which government policy has succeeded, or failed, in order to address the need for renewable energy and other sustainable-development challenges.

"The key to Sustainable Systems is learning how complex systems arise, how they are organized, and how they all connect - the big picture or 'ecosystem level' view of environmental/natural resource issues. In addition to understanding this larger view as more than the sum of its individual parts, students should be able to effectively tackle one of the inter-related problems, and understand the larger effects of that action. It is this ability to see the larger complex system, yet dissect the individual issues that make the program strong. I also learned the technical and quantitative tools to address a particular issue, which I think is critical." --William Walter, SNRE Sustainable Systems Alumni working in a Presidential Management Fellowship (PMF) position with Region 5 Chicago EPA in the Great Lakes National Program Office 


Systems Thinking For Sustainable Enterprise This course develops the critical skills of Global Systems Thinking, Systems Dynamics Modeling (using state-of-the-art Stella and iThink), fosters awareness, sensitivity and literacy regarding Global Environmental and Social Change, and helps students understand Sustainable Human Development and Enterprise as an ongoing, adaptive learning process while exploring the most promising opportunities for business in helping to ensure that human needs are met while the planet"â„¢s life-supporting environment is nurtured and restored.

Industrial Ecology Industrial Ecology is the analysis of material and energy flows in industrial and ecological systems to enhance eco-efficiency and sustainability in meeting human needs. Methods studied include: how life cycle assessment quantifies energy, wastes and emissions for materials production, manufacturing, product use, and recovery/disposition; life cycle design integrates environmental, performance, economic, and policy/regulatory objectives.

Sustainable Energy Systems This course is an assessment of the current energy systems that encompass resource extraction, conversion processes and end-uses. Sustainability is examined by studying global and regional environmental impacts, economics, energy efficiency, consumption patterns and energy policy.

Green Development The built environment is a major source of society's environment impact; and is a major opportunity to find solutions.  This course explores green development from a variety of perspectives: energy, heating, water use, construction processes, architectural design, site planning, brownfield development and others.

Strategies for Sustainable Development This course deals with environmental issues from a strategic perspective. It focuses on how environmental pressures (e.g. sustainable development) and environmental problems (e.g. global warming, air pollution, waste-disposal), impact corporate mission, competitive strategy, technology choices, product development decisions, and production processes. Basic concepts of ecology and environmental science are discussed and contrasted to those associated with the traditional economic paradigm. The pressure for sustainable development has significant implications for firms, particularly large multinational corporations. With free trade on the rise, long-term opportunities exist for firms able to identify, develop, and deploy technologies, products, and services that contribute to sustainable practices and resource use in the developing world. This course examines how long-term competitive positioning can be secured through strategies such a environmental partnerships, technology cooperation, and collaborative planning.

Energy Markets and Energy Politics The goal of this course is to give students a solid grasp of the environmental and social impacts of, and the institutions that govern energy use, so students can play a more effective role in shaping future policy or business decisions. Students begin with basic scientific and technological facts regarding the major uses for and sources of energy.  Energy markets (including spot and future markets), and what they are capable of accomplishing are studied.  The way energy markets may fail are also discussed.  This will lead into an overview of the role of government in influencing energy decisions, starting with a high-level perspective, and then working with a series of case studies that examine in depth what government has accomplished in the area of energy policy.  The course will wrap up with several current policy/business issues such as renewable portfolio standards, markets for renewable energy credits, and integrating the transportation sector into a cap-and-trade system for greenhouse gas emissions.

Natural Resources and Environmental Conflict Management This course builds an understanding of the causes, dynamics and consequences of natural resource and environmental conflicts as well as the range of possible procedural interventions that can be used to manage these conflicts. The course emphasizes the practical application of dispute resolution theories to the environmental and natural resource context. Case materials for the course are drawn from current conflicts in situations including public lands management, air and water pollution regulation, solid and hazardous waste facility siting, wildlife and endangered species management, and community planning.

Students can also reach out to other schools and departments on campus to find faculty members interested in Sustainable Systems. Faculty members in Engineering (Chemical Engineering, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Energy Systems Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering), Environmental Health Sciences in the School of Public Health, Ford School of Public Policy, Ross School of Business, Taubman College of Architecture, and Taubman College of Urban and Regional Planning offer courses and conduct research in Sustainable Systems.

Conferences of interest

Conferences are great avenues for resource sharing, presenting papers/poster, networking, and meeting possible future employers!

Advanced Energy Solutions Conference
American Renewable Energy Day
Business Climate Conference
Business for Social Responsibility (BSR) Conference (11.1-4.2011)
Carbon Expo
Ceres Conference (4.25-26.2012)
Cleantech Forums (multiple events each year)
Cleantech Open Global Forum
Climate Week NYC
Clinton Global Initiative Annual Conference
Conference Alert (listing of upcoming environmental conferences)
Ecocity World Summit
Enviro Expo (11.5-6.2011)
Envirotech & Clean Energy Investor Summit
Etech Germany Conferences (multiple conferences related to sustainability and the education of sustainability)
Fieragricola International Agri-Business Show (includes a Bio Energy Expo)
Global Operations Conference
Go Green Expo
Good Jobs, Green Jobs National Conference (search the internet for workforce, labor development, or other green job conferences)
GOVgreen Conference 
Greenbuild Conference
Green Hawaii Conferences
Green Manufacturing Expo
International Conference on Biofuels
International Conference on Business and Sustainability (11.3-4.2011)
International Conference on Life Cycle Assessment in the Agri-Food Sector (9.22-24.2010) 
International Conference on Sustainability, Transition & Culture Change
Katoomba Group Conferences
Massachusetts Green Career Conference
Michigan Association of Planning Annual Student Conference (2012 date to be determined)
Michigan Energy Fair (held annually - 6.24-26.2011)
Michigan Recycling Coalition Annual Conference and Trade Show
Michigan Wind Energy Conference (held annually)
National Biodiesel Conference
National Environmental Sustainability Summit (6.7-9.11)
Natural Gas Vehicles Association Europe International Show & Workshop
Net Impact National Conference (held annually, world"â„¢s largest and most inspirational event for students and professionals using their business skills to create social and environmental good)
New Partners for Smart Growth Conference
North Carolina Sustainable Energy Conference
Opportunity Green Conference
Pierce Cedar Creek Institute's Annual Renewable Energy/Sustainability Conference (3.17.2012)
Renewable Energy Technology Conference (RETECH)
South-East European Exhibition and Congress - Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
South-East European Exhibition and Congress - Waste Management, Recycling & Environment
Sustainability in Business Conference
Sustainable Meetings Conference
Teaming up for Renewable Heating and Cooling - Annual Conference
Texas-Israel Cleanovation Conference (energy efficiency, water, smart-grid and more)
The Ecotourism and Sustainable Tourism Conference (ESTC)
The Greening of Industry Network Conferences
Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting (1.22-26.2012) 
View the SNRE Conference Website
Wall Street Green Trading Summit
Wharton Energy Conference
Wind Wildlife Research Annual Meeting
Women in Green Forum (8.28-29.2012)
Women's Network for a Sustainable Future
World Bioenergy Conference & Exhibition on Biomass for Energy
World Biofuels Markets Congress & Exhibition
World Future Energy Summit

Many of the Professional Organizations listed below hold annual conferences, visit their websites for more information.  There are also many state and local chapters that hold conferences in which you may have interest.  The benefits are that the conferences are close to home and usually are less crowded than national conferences.

Professional organizations to join

Air & Waste Management Association
American Association for the Advancement of Science (Annual Meeting 2.16-20.2012)
American Chemical Society (Environmental Chemistry Division) 
American Solar Energy Society
American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) (WINDPOWER Conference 6.3-6.2012) 
Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (AERE)
Business Council for Sustainable Energy (BCSE)
California Resource Recovery Association (Annual Meeting 8.5-8.2012)
Environmental Markets Association (EMA)
Federation of American Scientists 
Global Cleantech Cluster Association (Cleantech Forum 2.27-29.2012)
Great Lakes Renewable Energy Association (GLREA)
Green America
Institute of Electronics and Electrical Engineers (IEEE)
International Association for Life Cycle Civil Engineering
International Society for Industrial Ecology (multiple conferences and events held)
International Society of Sustainability Professionals (Conference 9.21-23.2011 - Portland, OR)
Michigan Women of Wind Energy
National Association of EHS Management (NAEM) (membership organization for environmental, health, safety and sustainability) Annual Conference 10.19-20.2011
National Association of Environmental Professionals
Net Impact
Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE)
United States Energy Association
World Renewable Energy Congress/Network (WREC/WREN) (Congress is biennial - next Congress is in Denver, CO in 2012)

Need a help finding a job?

Email to request an appointment with a SNRE Career Services staff member.

Lisa Yee-Litzenberg: Coordinator of Student Career Services
Room 1520 Dana Building
(734) 615-1633,

Need help finding an internship?

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*Data taken from 2006-2011 surveys of SNRE students/alumni and from our eRecruiter system