Salata Institute Climate and Sustainability Expo
Harvard University is deeply committed to supporting sustainability efforts and finding effective and equitable solutions to climate change. The Climate and Sustainability Expo is a new collaborative effort across Harvard schools to connect organizations focused on climate, sustainability, and the environment with Harvard undergraduates, graduate students, and alumni.
How is an expo different from a career fair?
This event is intended to be an educational opportunity that encourages employers to showcase their work in the climate and sustainability space even if their full-time or internship opportunities are not yet posted.
This event is hosted by the Harvard FAS Mignone Center for Career Success (undergraduate, MA/MS, and PhD) in partnership with the Salata Institute for Climate and Sustainability, Harvard School of Engineering & Applied Sciences, Harvard Business School, Harvard Divinity School, Harvard Graduate School of Design, Harvard Graduate School of Education, Harvard Kennedy School, Harvard Law School, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, and Harvard Medical School.
Do you know of a climate or sustainability focused employer that should attend this expo? Share the names of organizations you’d like us to invite via this form.
Join us at the expo to showcase jobs, internships, research experiences, and/or potential projects related to climate and sustainability within your organization.
- This event has filled, join the waitlist by submitting a registration request. Your registration will be approved if space becomes available at the 2023 Harvard Salata Institute Climate and Sustainability Expo. The registration page will have additional information, including event fees. Registration will include a table with two chairs, lunches will be provided for attending representatives.
- Register by Friday, November 17th to secure a spot