FESinDC provides an unparalleled opportunity to explore the landscape of environmental work in the DC area and around the world.
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FES students Kathryne Cleary, Nina Hatch & Mark DeSantis met Senator Elizabeth Warren during FESinDC 2017.

2017 Employer Visits

Chemonics
CI
EcoAg Partners
EDF
FAO
IADB
IUCN
NatGeo Partners Digital Products
NOAA
NPCA
NPS
NRDC
Tetra Tech
TNC
US EPA
US Senate Environmental Advisors
USAID
USFS
Wilson Center Urban Sustainability Lab
World Bank
WRI
WWF
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Photo: David McCarthy
Dean Indy Burke addressing over 200 students, alumni and staff at the FESinDC Networking Reception.

Why host a regional job trek and career events in Washington, DC?


Washington, DC is home to approximately 650 F&ES alumni--our largest alumni concentration. The trip provides  students an opportunity to meet a large number of alumni and employers in a two day period.

FESinDC also provides an unparalleled opportunity to explore the landscape of environmental work in the DC area and around the world.
 

Who attends FESinDC?


FESinDC is open to all current first-year and returning F&ES graduate students. CDO staff members accompany students at employer visits.
 
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Photo: David McCarthy
Students visiting WWF headquarters as part of 2-day event in Washington, DC.
I can’t recommend FESinDC highly enough to next year’s class. The social and environmental challenges we face collectively could not be in better hands than with F&ES Alumni. Thank you for making it happen!
— Kata Young, MESc '17
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ELM mentor/alumni/student dinner. #fesindc With Jen Molnar, TNC, Stephanie Wnuck, Ryan Sarsfield, WRI and Stefan Kuzmanovski.
How are employers selected for FESinDC?

ALL F&ES students will be invited to provide top choices of employers to visit in Washington, DC through a Google spreadsheet created by CDO.

Selections are compiled and ranked to identify the top 25 employers. 

Student Interest Groups are encouraged to work with CDO to organize a visit to an employer of special interest to group members that may not be among the top 25.

Who pays for the trek?

Students are responsible for self financing personal travel, lodging and meals. Funding is not provided by F&ES or CDO.
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Visit to The World Bank, 2017.

What is a job trek?


A job trek is a series of employer site visits.  It is way for students to learn firsthand about an organization, specific fields and a region. It is an opportunity to step inside a headquarters, visit workplaces, and network with alumni and employers. Trek visits may consist of presentations with Q&A session, tours, or panel presentations.
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