The VirtualEnvironmental, Energy, and Engineering Career Fair is an opportunity to explore careers in the environmental, energy, engineering, and natural resources fields. The Virtual Fair features employers from the private, government, and nonprofit sectors with career-level positions and paid internships.
Free to attend and open to all, this extension of the in-person EBC Environmental, Energy, and Engineering Fair offers students and job seekers from all over 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 Virtual Fair?
EBC is adding more companies every day – check back soon to find an updated list.
Aeterra, LLC – Aeterra is a newly established, fast-growing environmental and sustainability consulting firm focused on providing high-quality, responsive, and pragmatic services to clients.
Battelle – Battelle is the largest independent nonprofit applied science and technology organization in the world. We support a diverse spectrum of clients, from small start-up companies to multinational corporations and government agencies.
BSC Group – 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.
Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc. (CEC) – 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.
EBI Consulting – EBI Consulting provides environmental risk and compliance management, due diligence, energy efficiency, and engineering services to organizations seeking to improve operations, lower costs, manage risk and exceed stakeholder expectations.
EPI Group – EPI Group are The Energy People, a leading geoscience and geophysical consultancy providing integrated technical services to the energy industry
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.
Great American Insurance – Environmental Division – Great American’s Environmental Division offers an exclusive focus on environmental insurance solutions to a wide variety of commercial customers. Our core products and services enable businesses to effectively and efficiently manage risks that can threaten their financial security.
Gomez and Sullivan Engineers, DPC – Gomez and Sullivan is a growing, employee-owned engineering and environmental science company working at the intersection of renewable energy and environmental restoration.
GZA – GZA is a professional services engineering and consulting firm focused on geotechnical, environmental, water, ecological, and construction management services.
ISO New England – ISO New England is an independent, not-for-profit corporation responsible for keeping electricity flowing across the six New England states and ensuring that the region has reliable, competitively priced wholesale electricity today and into the future.
League of Conservation Voters (LCV) – LCV influences policy, holds politicians accountable, and wins elections. This is how we fight to build a world with clean air, clean water, public lands, and a safe climate that are protected by a just and equitable democracy.
Lockwood Remediation Technologies (LRT) – LRT works with a variety of different clients including environmental consulting and engineering firms, general contractors, developers, utility/power companies and other large industrial entities.
Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) – MassDEP is currently hiring for multiple positions with more openings planned for the next year. MassDEP also offers a paid internship program in three sessions each year. MassDEP is the state’s environmental regulatory agency whose 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. In carrying out this mission MassDEP commits to address and advance environmental justice and equity for all people of the Commonwealth, provide meaningful, inclusive opportunities for people to participate in agency decisions that affect their lives; and ensure a diverse workforce that reflects the communities we serve.
Nobis Group – Founded in 1988, Nobis Group is an integrated consulting firm providing engineering and environmental solutions for public and private projects of all sizes.
Pare Corporation – Pare Corporation is a multidisciplinary engineering firm with offices in Foxboro, MA, Holyoke, MA, and Lincoln, RI. Our engineers, planners and scientists specialize in the areas of civil, structural, geotechnical, environmental, traffic, highways, bridges, water/wastewater, marine/waterfront, dams, wetlands, permitting, GIS, and Envision and LEED documentation for sustainability. Learn more about the firm, our project experience, and what it is like to work at Pare!
Ramboll – Currently hiring for a Water & Wastewater Entry Level Engineering Consultant, Entry Level Civil/Environmental Engineer, Early Career Design Engineer – Ramboll is a leading engineering, design and consultancy company founded in Denmark in 1945. The company employs 15,000 globally and has especially strong representation in North America, the Nordics, UK, Continental Europe, Middle East and Asia-Pacific. Ramboll works across the markets: Environment & Health, Buildings, Advanced Manufacturing, Water, Energy Sustainability and Management Consulting. In the New England area, 60 employees conduct cutting-edge environmental, safety, ecological, and remediation services.
Riverstone Sustainability – Riverstone Sustainability is consulting firm that partners with clients to promote sustainable change, balancing all three elements of the triple bottom line: environmental, social, and economic performance.
Stantec – With 13 offices across New England, Stantec’s environmental services team of over 100 qualified technical staff has expertise and experience in a wide range of environmental disciplines and is supported by over 3,000 environmental services professionals across North America.
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.
Tech Environmental, Inc. – Tech Environmental, Inc. has 30 years of experience addressing air quality and noise concerns in New England. Our staff is a mixture of scientists, engineers and technicians, many of whom hold advanced degrees in support of a specialized professional focus.
Tetra Tech – Founded in 1966, Tetra Tech is a leading provider of environmental, engineering and transportation services.
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.
Trinity Consultants – Trinity Consultants’ mission is to develop and implement intelligent solutions that efficiently achieve clients’ EHS, engineering, and science-related business objectives, while benefiting our employees and stockholders.
Weston & Sampson – Weston & Sampson offers interdisciplinary design, engineering, and environmental services for public and private entities.
Tips for students for career fair success
Do your research — review the employer’s website before the career fair so your questions are specific.
Introduce yourself — work on your brief elevator pitch and tell them 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 your pitch – and work through any nerves – with a handful of other organizations first. You also never know what you will learn and connections you might make!
Leave them with something — provide the employer representative with your contact information.
Follow up — ask for contact information and follow-up with employers after the fair to thank them for their time and remind them of your interest.
If you’re looking for more guidance on navigating a career search, contact your institution’s career services office.
Connect with future environmental and engineering professionals at the Virtual 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.
If you are interested in registering solely for the Virtual Environmental, Energy, and Engineering Career Fair, please contact Jessamyn Cox, EBC Operations and Programs Coordinator, at [email protected]