The Earth and Environmental Engineering Department is dedicated to supporting students with career development to help them achieve their professional goals.

Earth and Environmental Engineering majors have a strong foundation of technical skills, leadership, and innovation that serve them well in their multidisciplinary careers. Alumni work for governments, large environmental engineering firms, major power utilities, financial groups, and consultancies. 

Undergraduate Students

Engineering Resources

CCE Resources

The Center for Career Education (CCE) works with Columbia Engineering undergraduate students to help them define career goals and gain meaningful work experiences through:

  • LionSHARE internship/jobs database
  • Domestic and international internship programs, including the Science Technology Engineering Program (STEP)
  • Career Fairs - Engineering Consortium Career Fair/Networking Reception, Start-up Career Fair, Fall & Spring Career Fairs
  • Alumni Connections and Networking Events, including Engineering Student-Alumni Speed Networking, Columbia Career Connections on LinkedIn, Employer Site Visits, and Professionals in Residence
  • Individual career counseling, workshops, and online resources to help with internship/job applications, interviewing, networking, negotiations, and the decision to pursue graduate school
  • Earth and Environmental Engineering industry-specific resources covering career paths, employers, professional associations, internship/job sites, and research opportunities

Graduate Students

Job Postings

Raina Ranaghan

Career Placement Officer

842E Mudd Building


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