The Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies today looks to provide national and international leadership in environmental education, management, and policy in response to the urgent and increasingly complex challenges of the new century.

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New Career Management System!

We welcome employers to create an account in F&ES Next, the Career Development Office’s new career management system. Through F&ES Next employers can schedule an information session and coordinate interviews for on-campus recruiting, post job opportunities for students and/or alumni, as well as search the F&ES Student Database to help identify students who fit their candidate profile and better target their outreach efforts. If you have general inquiries, or need assistance with accessing your account, please contact Alyssa Student at,

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Our students are uniquely prepared to face increasingly complex environmental challenges in all sectors through our range of degrees and concentrations suited to corporate, government, educational, non-profit and NGO career tracks.

Work with us to meet students through on-campus recruiting, major targeted career fairs, our on-line posting system, annual resume book and through Student Interest Groups.

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2013 Incoming Student Profile

  • Average of 4 years of professional experience prior to enrollment
  • Students from 34 U.S. states & territories and 20 countries
  • 60% female, 40% male
  • 20% international
  • 16% U.S. minorities
  • Average age of students: 27 years
  • Average undergraduate GPA: 3.52
  • Average GRE scores (no minimum):
    • Verbal: 633 or 162, Quantitative: 708 or 158, Writing: 4.5 
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