What is your dream career?
Become an advocate, consultant, educator, engineer, lawyer, or policymaker tackling real-world sustainability challenges such as food security, clean energy, climate change, sustainable development, environmental justice, and access to clean water.
Keep your focus local like Stan Riggs’60, a coastal geologist and evangelist for science education who’s been advocating for coastal conservation in North Carolina for nearly 60 years.
Or, perhaps, seek solutions with global impact like Aaron Nesser’11, whose work on sustainable materials for durable products such as sneakers is bringing eco-options to a notoriously polluting industry.
Chart your own path
Find coursework to match your interests. Get involved with one of Beloit’s numerous environmental groups to effect change on campus. Gain experience through your job or internship to build your resume and explore different fields.
Your new professional network
Along the way, Beloit faculty, staff, and alumni are your guides and mentors. They open doors. Share opportunities. Help you make decisions.