College Students

EXPLORING CAREER PATHWAYS

VOYAGE I - CLIMATE CHANGE

OFF TO COLLEGE
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STEPS 9-12

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FOLLOW THE STEPS

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Maria wants to stay close to home while at college. She discovers the two-year program at her local Community College has studies designed to prepare her for careers in preserving Earth’s Environment.

 

SOMETHING YOU MIGHT WANT TO CONSIDER?

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Pathway 3 - STEP#9 - ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE

Environmental Science

Maria's main courses of study at Suffolk Community College for Environmental Science/Forestry are:

  • Introduction to Environmental Sciences

  • Global Climate Change

  • Introduction to College Research

 

Take a moment to explore this environmental option by reviewing details about the Science Programs at Suffolk. 

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Pathway 3 - STEP#10 - CLUBBING IT!

Clubbing It!

While investigating her options, Maria runs into a friend who just joined an on-campus club. One of 90, she can research at Suffolk Community College's Student Organization Database.

Top recommendations are the Environmental Alliance Club and the Environmental Awareness, Action & Sustainability Club.

Which are your top choices?

Sustainability Matters!
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environmental awareness

Pathway 3 - STEP#11 - NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT

Pathway 3 - STEP#12 - COLLEGE CLUBS

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Ricardo is visiting the Ranger School offered through SUNY College at Syracuse, NY.

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Natural Resources Management

Ricardo's main courses of study for Environmental Science/Forestry are:

  • Introduction to Environmental Resources Engineering

  • Climate Change Science and Sustainability

  • Introduction to Renewable Materials Science.

Wanting to be hands-on with nature, Ricardo opted to explore colleges away from home. He decided to visit SUNY College at Syracuse, New York, because they offer an environmental program of study that earns him a four-year degree in Natural Resources Management.

 

Ricardo's work-based learning coordinator also suggested finding out about their well-known Environmental Science/Forestry program.

  • Would you also considering this opportunity? Why?

  • Journal your thoughts about Ricardo's selected career path.

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Pathway 3 - STEP#12 - COLLEGE CLUBS

SUNY ESF CLUBS

RICARDO's TWO CHOICES:

Engineering for a Sustainable Society

ESF ESS is a group of over 80 engineers, scientists, landscape architects and environmental scholars with interest in international development

Environmental Resources Engineering

The ESF ERE club familiarizes members with current developments and events in the field of environmental resource engineering.

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