Our Alumni

ENRP graduates find diverse opportunities after graduating, applying their knowledge across environmental occupations and driving the change toward a sustainable future. Among graduates:

  • 37% work for government,
  • 26% work in the for-profit sector, and
  • 37% work in the non-profit sector.

A more detailed breakdown of employment shows that graduates make a contribution in a wide range of professional settings:

Alumni Employment

Notable careers include:

  • Director of River Protection, American Rivers
  • Transportation Energy Analyst, Department of Energy 
  • Reporter, Environment & Energy Publishing
  • Environmental Protection Specialist, Federal Highway Administration
  • Public Affairs, Fish and Wildlife Service
  • Senior Project Manager, Frontier Renewables
  • Congressional Affairs Liaison, National Marine Fisheries Service
  • Legislative Representative, National Wildlife Federation
  • Environmental Scientist, Tetra Tech
  • NEPA Specialist, Forest Service 
  • LEED Certification Reviewer, U.S. Green Building Council
  • Natural Resources Specialist, U.S. Navy

According to our alumni:

"In real-world job opportunities, knowing the interactions between science and policy will highly benefit a career."

"A unique attribute of the ENRP Program is the ability to network, intern, etc. with area organizations and government bodies in D.C."

"There was a large effort by the faculty to send over job/internship openings and alert us to events in the D.C. area."

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