Environmental Studies Internships and Outcomes


Students in the Environmental Studies program are required to have an internship experience. Some examples of intership sites are:

  • Buffalo Niagara Waterkeeper
  • New York State Department of Environmental Conservation
  • US Senator Kirsten Gillibrand's Office
  • US Senator Charles Schumer's office
  • Earth Spirit
  • Hawk Creek Wildlife Refuge
  • Erie County ASPCA
  • Stohl Environmental Consulting
  • Darwin Martin Historic Preservation
  • Big Island Farms, Hawaii, US
  • Department of Fish and Wildlife
  • US National Parks Service

Post-graduate work

While you are prepared to enter the workforce with an undergraduate degree, you may choose to continue your education in Environmental Studies or combine it with related fields such as law, education or even business. Post-graduate programs to consider include:

  • Duke Environmental Leadership Master of Environmental Management
  • Rochester Institute of Technology, Sustainability PhD
  • Slippery Rock University, Environmental Education
  • Island Woods Graduate Environmental Immersion in Partnership with the University of Washington
  • New York University Graduate Studies in Bio-Environmental Ethics
  • Antioch University, Seattle, Graduate Studies in Environment and Community
  • York University, Graduate Program in Environmental Studies
  • State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry