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ECOLOGICAL TRANSITION CAREERS FAIR - RECRUIT IN JOB OR INTERNSHIPS OUR TALENTS

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In the face of a climate in crisis and a planet experiencing profound ecological disruption, more and more Sciences Po students, doctoral researchers and graduates are seeking to pursue careers in the field of ecological transition.

As a reflection of our students’ growing interest in the environment-related positions emerging within your organisations (environmental consultants, sustainable development, CSR, energy, sustainable finance analysts, positive impact jobs etc), we have the pleasure of inviting you to present your internship or job opportunities to them at Sciences Po’s first Ecological Transition Careers Fair.

ecological transition careers fair
from 20 to 29 may
online on seekube

who can participate?

  • Any organisation with career opportunities available in the field of ecological transition:
  • Companies of all sectors (social and environmental innovation startups, SMBs, SMEs, etc)
  • Consultancy firms specialising in ecological transition or proposing related practices
  • Public administrative bodies, local governance
  • Positive impact organisations

Conditions et inscriptions

  • Participation in the Fair is free

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