Environmental, Energy, and Engineering Career Fair


Date: October 24, 2022


Phone: (617) 505-1818

Email: [email protected]


John B. Hynes Convention Center

Junior Ballroom, 302 & 304

900 Boylston St.
Boston, MA 02115

Connect with future environmental and engineering professionals at the Environmental, Energy, and Engineering Career Fair, which attracts hundreds of students and recent alumni from a range of environmental and engineering fields and disciplines seeking paid internships and full-time employment. Whether you are recruiting interns or hiring right now, come share your organization’s professional opportunities.

Employer registration includes a six-foot skirted table, access to wifi and electricity, and registration for two company representatives. Dinner and refreshments will be provided for employer representatives.

Sponsorship opportunities provide employers with access to student and job seeker contact information and resumes, the option to highlight open positions with the company, and receive premier table placement.

What past participants have to say:

“It was a nicely arranged event (not chaotic) and I got to meet a number of extremely talented students, whose attendance and representation of women and minorities was great to see.”  -consulting/engineering representative

“Participating in a more industry-specific career fair was helpful – we were able to meet several students with a suitable background for our openings, so it felt like it was a good use of our time.”  -geotech representative

“It was a good experience, the first in person career fair in a couple of years. Good candidates, timing was good, since many students are looking for internships or graduating soon.”  -government agency representative

Sponsorship Opportunities

*Requires purchase of a employer table in addition to the cost of sponsorship.

$1,000 – Gold Sponsorship benefits include:

  • Registration for up to four representatives of your company
  • Prime booth location providing the highest level of student engagement
  • Up to four current open positions with your company highlighted on the career fair webpage and in the marketing materials
  • Contact information of student and job seeker attendees (with their permission) – name, email, class year, path of study
  • Resumes of student and job seeker attendees (with their permission)

$500 – Silver Sponsorship benefits include:

  • Registration for up to three representatives of your company
  • Contact information of student and job seeker attendees (with their permission) – name, email, class year, path of study
  • Resumes of student and job seeker attendees (with their permission)

The Environmental, Energy, and Engineering Career Fair is an opportunity to explore careers in the environmental, energy, engineering, and natural resources fields. The Fair features employers from the private, government, and nonprofit sectors with career-level positions and paid internships.

What past attendees have to say:

Great community and networking opportunities, just wish there was more time to meet everyone.

It was my first career fair and it was helpful to be able to talk to so many different employers.

Awesome opportunity for Environmental Engineer.

The career fair was nice, there was enough companies to occupy my time for the full time but there was not so many that it felt overwhelming.

Free to attend and open to all, the Fair provides students and job seekers access to regional consulting and engineering firms, energy providers, natural science and research organizations, specialty contracting firms, analytical labs, and many more companies operating in the environmental and energy industries. These employers will be available to discuss careers, internships, part- and full-time opportunities.

Who will be at the Fair?

EBC is adding more companies every day – check back soon to find an updated list.

Beals and Thomas, Inc. – B+T is a multidisciplinary consulting firm providing professional services that support the development and conservation of land and water resources.

Boston Water and Sewer Commission – The Boston Water and Sewer Commission (BWSC) manages the largest and oldest system of its kind in New England, providing drinking water and sewer services to more than one million people daily.

BSC Group, Inc. – BSC brings a team planning and design approach to New England’s infrastructure and economic development projects. Our employees combine their analytical and creative skills to fulfill client goals. The work we perform builds on BSC’s history and experience while looking to the future.

Capaccio Environmental Engineering, Inc. – Capaccio aligns Environmental, Health, and Safety (EH&S) with overall business objectives to strategically position their clients for success. This unique approach combines their extensive EH&S experience with innovative tools which enables them to tailor innovative total solutions which have resulted in award-winning EH&S programs and overall business performance for their clients.

Civil & Environmental Consultants –  CEC scientists and engineers are recognized for delivering knowledge, innovative design solutions and integrated expertise in the primary practice areas of civil/site engineering, environmental services, ecological services, waste management and water resources.

Cooperstown Environmental, LLC – From environmental due diligence and site investigations to remediation and soil management to compliance and sustainability, Cooperstown Environmental provides expert service.

EBI Consulting – EBI Consulting provides environmental risk and compliance management, due diligence, energy use reduction and management, and engineering services to organizations seeking to improve operations, lower costs, manage risk and exceed stakeholder expectations.

Epsilon Associates, Inc. – Epsilon Associates, Inc. is a full range environmental consulting firm specializing in securing environmental approvals for real estate, energy, and infrastructure development projects for public and private sector clients.

Eversource – Eversource is New England’s largest energy delivery company, safely and reliably delivering energy to more than 3.6 million electric and natural gas customers in Connecticut, Massachusetts and New Hampshire.

GZA – GZA is a professional services engineering and consulting firm focused on geotechnical, environmental, water, ecological, and construction management services.

Integral Consulting Inc. – Science and engineering firm Integral Consulting Inc. provides technical insight, strategy, and project delivery to help our clients move forward in an evolving world.

Massachusetts Clean Energy Center – MassCEC is a state agency dedicated to accelerating the growth of the clean energy sector to meet the Commonwealth’s clean energy, climate, and economic development goals.

Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection – MassDEP’s mission is to protect and enhance the Commonwealth’s natural resources – air, water, and land – to provide for the health, safety, and welfare of all people, and to ensure a clean and safe environment for future generations.

McPhail Associates – Since 1976 McPhail Associates has been providing geotechnical engineering services to architects, owners, contractors, institutions and developers. Over the years our services have expanded to include geoenvironmental, geothermal energy and below-grade waterproofing consultation.

Normandeau Associates, Inc. – Normandeau Associates Inc. is one of the largest science-based environmental firms in the U.S. and serves both the private and public sectors. The company is 100% employee-owned through an Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) and believes such an ownership structure provides a competitive advantage.

Northeast Waste Management Officials’ Association (NEWMOA) – NEWMOA is a non-profit, non-partisan, interstate association whose membership is composed of the state environment agency programs that address pollution prevention, toxics use reduction, sustainability, materials management, hazardous waste, solid waste, emergency response, waste site cleanup, underground storage tanks, and related environmental challenges in the northeast states.

PosiGen and Energy Efficiency – PosiGen is working to implement solar power for all. By making solar more accessible through our solar leasing program, PosiGen is making it possible for families in low- to moderate-income communities to invest in their homes, save money on their utility bills, and take steps toward a brighter future.

Republic Services – Republic Services is an industry leader in U.S. recycling and non-hazardous solid waste. Through our subsidiaries, Republic’s collection companies, recycling centers, transfer stations and landfills focus on providing effective solutions to make proper waste disposal effortless for our 14 million customers.

Resource Options, Inc. – ROI is the premier provider of construction, design and environmental staffing solutions.

Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) – The Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) designs, constructs, and maintains the state’s surface transportation system. This includes not only roads and bridges but also the state’s rail stations, tolling program, bike paths and ferry service.

RPS Ocean Science – RPS Ocean Science, a member of the RPS Group, is a global science and technology solutions company. Through consulting, environmental modeling, and application development, RPS Ocean Science helps a diverse range of clients in government, industry, and academia investigate their issues of concern and obtain functional answers.

SAGE Environmental – SAGE Environmental is a passionate team of highly experienced Environmental, Health and Safety consultants, founded on the belief that your success is our success.

Sanborn Head & Associates, Inc. – Sanborn Head is a multi-disciplinary engineering and geosciences firm offering both breadth and depth of earth, energy, and environmental services.

SumCo Eco-Contracting – A site, civil and environmental construction company, SumCo Eco-Contracting (“SumCo Eco”) and its more than ninety employees are devoted to the specialized field of ecological construction.

Sustainable Energy Advantage, LLC –  Sustainable Energy Advantage, LLC focuses exclusively on surmounting the barriers and tapping the potential of clean, renewable energy sources. focuses exclusively on surmounting the barriers and tapping the potential of clean, renewable energy sources.

Tighe & Bond – Tighe & Bond is an employee-owned, multi-disciplinary consulting firm in the Northeast specializing in water engineering, site planning & landscape design, full-service engineering for real estate development, infrastructure improvements, and environmental services.

Veolia – Veolia group is the global leader in optimized resource management. With nearly 179,000 employees worldwide, the Group designs and provides water, waste and energy management solutions which contribute to the sustainable development of communities and industries.

Weston & Sampson – Weston & Sampson offers interdisciplinary design, engineering, and environmental services for public and private entities.

WIN Waste Innovations – At WIN Waste Innovations, we believe that efficient recycling and waste management is an essential part of a more sustainable future. Every day, our team delivers curb-to-grid waste solutions that not only serve our communities — but support our vision of a healthier planet.

Woods Hole Group – Woods Hole Group solves environmental engineering problems worldwide with a focus on serving clients along the coast, in the ocean, and in wetland and terrestrial environments.

Tips for career fair success

Do your research

  • Review the employer’s website before the career fair to prepare targeted questions for each employer in advance.

Introduce yourself

  • Work on your brief elevator pitch to tell employers what skills, education, and experience you have. Be specific about how these skills relate to the organization or position that you are pursuing. Don’t talk to the employer you’re most interested in first. Give yourself the chance to practice – and work through any nerves – your pitch with a handful of other organizations first. You also never know what you will learn and the connections you might make!

Leave employers with something

  • Bring printed copies of an updated resume that includes your contact information to share with employers.

Follow up

  • Ask for a business card or contact information and be certain to follow-up with employers after the fair to thank them for their time and remind them of your interest.
  • All attendees must submit the required health questionnaire while registering for this event.
  • Attendees are encouraged to take an at-home test prior to attending any EBC in-person program.
  • While encouraged, masking is not required.
  • Please do not attend this program if you are experiencing any of the following symptoms: a cough, shortness of breath, troubled breathing, fever, chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, loss of taste, or loss of smell.
  • Please do not attend this event if you are testing positive for COVID-19, or have been in contact with anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19.

Have Questions?

If you have any questions about attending this program, please reach out to EBC staff by calling the office (617-505-1818) or via email ([email protected]).

Event Sponsors

John B. Hynes Convention Center

900 Boylston Street
Boston, MA 02115 United States

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