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17-18 March : Ecological transition career fair

ecological transition career fair
Confronted with the climate emergency and global environmental upheavals, our graduates are increasingly taking up positions of responsibility linked to the challenges of ecological transition in all sectors of activity. Within private sector companies, public administrations, local authorities, international organisations, associations or start-ups, they put their skills and expertise as analysts of societal changes at the service of the organisations they join and are key collaborators in addressing their transformation issues related to the current ecological and environmental transitions.  

On internships or in employment, our students and graduates can occupy a wide variety of positions - negotiators, analysts, consultants, communicators, lawyers, etc. - depending on their areas of specialization: public policy, CSR, sustainable food, energy, climate, mobility, circular economy, biodiversity, waste management, real estate, infrastructure, sustainable finance, etc.


Recruit competent employees for your ecological transition issues and problems during the Ecological transition career fair which will take place online on Thursday 17 and Friday 18 March on Seekube.

Fill in the compulsory registration form

Who can attend ? 

Any organisation offering internship and job opportunities related to the ecological transition.

  • Companies from all sectors (social and environmental innovation start-ups, SMEs, etc.)
  • Specialized consultancy firms or those offering specialized practices
  • Public administrations, local authorities
  • Positive impact organisations
  • Associations, NGOs

An online forum, how does it work? 

3 good reasons to participate in the online learning forum :

  • Access the CV library of all students before the Fair and up to 15 days after the Fair.
  • Inform students  about your activities, values, opportunities and recruitment process in your firms or organisations via online presentations,
  • Recruit your future interns during individual appointments predefined in the platform

Attend our information session (zoom in)

During 30/45 minutes, we will introduce you to the Seekube tool and how the Online Forum works: how to create your virtual booth, how to add collaborators to your booth, how to submit your offers, make appointments....we will also answer all your questions.

  • Thursday, February 10, in English 11:30am - 12:15pm register
  • Tuesday, March 1, in English 2:00 - 2:45 pm register
  • Thursday, March 3, in French 11:30am - 12:15pm register
  • Learn more about our training and internship schedules

Consult the "recruiting our talents" guide


Registration for the Forum opens on March 2

You will be informed via the Sciences Po Carrières Newsletter and on the Sciences Po Carrières group on Linkedin

Share your ideas

Should you have an idea for an organization, a company or a graduate to invite, please contact us.

contact and information

Audrey SCHULER, audrey.schuler@sciencespo.fr 01 45 49 50 24

Last modified 2022-02-28
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