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Sustainability at Career Fairs (Ongoing)

Project History

  • 10/3/2022

    Following the completion of the iWG assessment of Edu007 Big Ten Career Fair, the recommendation and assessment were transmitted to Jim Hintz, Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Success, Inclusion, and Belonging.

  • 8/30/2022

    The Education iCAP team had a hybrid meeting from 5:00 P.M. - 6:00 PM on Monday, August 29th. The team reviewed the Education iCAP objectives, shared project updates, and brainstormed new action ideas for this semester.

Key Objective


The iCAP 2020 objective 6.5 is to "Partner with The Career Center and potentially other career offices in FY22 to help students explore and discover career opportunities that are connected to professional interests and goals related to sustainability. Incorporate a sustainability component at a minimum of two events beginning in FY22." The responsible campus unit for championing this objective is Career Center with iSEE.

Career fairs are essential to student exploration of internships, jobs, and professional development both on campus and off. We propose to pilot a sustainability component in existing campus career fairs. Participating organizations may opt to display an “Eco-Friendly” tag to serve as a sustainability designation; alternatively, this objective may include a networking component or career panel to engage students with sustainability-focused opportunities.

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Sustainability Opportunities within Campus Career Fairs