February 13 Career Development Fair Offered Something for Every Presidian


By Mitchell Friedman, Associate Dean of Career Development and Student Affairs

Published 3.1.13

The Career Development Fair on February 13th attracted representatives from 18 organizations, each of which offered Presidio students and alumni alike access to opportunities bound to help further individual career goals.  From internships with Environmental Entrepreneurs and Civic Solar, to EL project options shared by individuals from John Muir Health and Kiva, and the prospect of full-time openings with the U.S. EPA, the event continued the work we’ve been doing to connect members of our community with exciting sustainability-related work across the public and private sectors.

Presidio-Career-Development-Fair-Spring-2013We’re grateful to each of the following organizations that participated in the event:

• Bosch Solar Energy

• Civic Solar

• Environmental Entrepreneurs (an affiliate of the Natural Resources Defense Council)

• EOS Climate

• Fenix International


• John Muir Health

• Kiva

• Marin Municipal Water District Main site

• Nimble Consulting

• One PacificCoast Foundation

• Saatchi and Saatchi S

• San Francisco Mayor’s Office of Civic Innovation

• Scientific Certification Systems

• Sonen Capital

• Sustainable Business Alliance/Oakland Grown

• US EPA Region IX

• Volunteer Match
I was delighted to see 54 students and alumni avidly connect with these organizations on February 13, and look forward to hearing about your successes in building relationships kindled then.  If I can help support you in these efforts, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Also, you’ll want to save the dates for two Career Development Fairs scheduled for the 2013-2014 academic year.  They will be held on September 18, 2013 and February 19, 2014.  Check your inbox for details on these two events, and let me know if you have questions.

Mitchell Friedman, Associate Dean of Career Development and Student Affairs

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