Sustainability is a new and emerging field. Career paths and best practices in sustainability are becoming more widely accepted across disciplines.
The demand for sustainability-related careers is anticipated to grow with ‘Sustainability’ in the job title becoming more common. Concepts such as efficiency, impact reduction, stakeholder development, and true cost analysis will continue to be woven into more job descriptions. As a result, more opportunities for creation of individual entrepreneurial or advocacy roles for independent-minded graduates will emerge.
“I knew I had a passion for preserving natural ecosystems and I was interested in new technologies that could lower human impact on the planet. Now in my senior year in the program I enjoy applying sustainability theories and processes to real world solutions. The program helped me get an internship that turned into a paid position at a local renewable energy company, Pacific Biodiesel and I am really enjoying the work I do as the Marketing Coordinator.” -Kate Cheney, SSM Alumni 2017
[rev_slider city] HOME PROGRAM COURSES DEGREE PATH InFAQ CAREERS CONTACT In today’s world, immigration has greatly affected the population of Hawaii. Native Hawaiians are one of a number of ‘minority’ groups within a