Environmental Studies Graduates

Since the creation of the Environmental Studies program in 1972, nearly 200 students have graduated with an environmental studies area of concentration or another environmental area of concentration. Current professions span the fields of law, science, government, education, agriculture and the nonprofit sector. Positions include environmental scientist and consultant, ecologist, biologist, professor, teacher, attorney and organic farmer.

In Florida
Many of our alumni reside in Florida, working with organizations including:

The Nature Conservancy
Sarasota Conservation Foundation
1000 Friends of Florida
Sarasota County Area Transportation
South Florida Water Management District
University of Florida
New College of Florida
Florida Environmental Protection Agency
Coral Reef State Park in Key Largo

Outside of Florida

Outside of Florida, our alumni work with organizations including:

The Center for Disease Control (GA)
Wildlands Restoration Team (CA)
Ecological Restoration Institute (AZ)
Academy for Educational Development (DC)
Peace Corps
Urban Ecology Institute (MA)
Duke University (NC)

Graduate School
Sampling of graduate schools where our alumni have continued their education:

Antioch University
Lewis and Clark Law School
Tulane
Pennsylvania
Bard College
Louisiana State
UCLA South Florida
Colorado State University
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Cal Berkeley
Southern California
Duke University
New Mexico State
Colorado
Toledo
Florida Institute of Technology
New York School of Law
Florida
Virginia
Florida State
New York University
Hawaii
Washington
FSU Film Conservatory
Ohio State
Maryland
Wisconsin
Georgetown
Oregon State
Miami
North Texas
Indiana
Pacific Christian College
Montana
Vermont Law School
John F. Kennedy University
Portland State
North Carolina
Yale
Lesley College
Stanford
Oregon

Alumni Outcomes
 

Environmental Studies
New College of Florida
CGR 200
5800 Bay Shore Road
Sarasota Florida 34243

Phone: (941)487-4365
Fax: (941)487-4538
environmentalstudies@ncf.edu