Careers & Outcomes
You want to make a positive difference. And you want to find a rewarding career with a bright future. At Unity, you’ll get the knowledge, skills, and experiences you need to do both.
Today, our graduates are achieving success and making their mark in high-growth careers ranging from conservation biologists to environmental engineers and urban planners. What kind of future can Unity prepare you for?
See our real-world examples.
Map of Employer Locations for 2019-2023
Come ready to challenge your mind.
Leave prepared to change the world.
“I enjoyed my experience, the professors were very insightful and understanding, and I gained a lot of valuable information that I can apply to my future career and everyday life.”Jordan D., B.S. Environmental Studies
Assistant Manager of Wildlife Conservation in Bahamas at Disney
Careers and Outcomes
Follow your curiosity.
Realize your potential.
A Unity education can lead to careers that are purposeful, rewarding, and in demand. Explore the possibilities by searching our list of careers to see how your interests plus your Unity degree equal a career with a future.
Follow your passion.
Find your purpose.
Starting your job hunt while still in school pays off.
Unity Environmental University has partnered with Handshake to help you connect with employers, and secure internships and jobs. It doesn’t matter if you know exactly the position you are seeking or if you’re just starting out. Handshake, combined with internship, resume writing, and other career services at Unity, gives you the advantage to be ready to work as soon as you finish your college education.
A degree is only part of getting your dream job.
59% of our graduates stated that internship experiences helped secure their employment. And more than 90% of internship employers tell us they would hire their Unity interns again.
59% of students who do internships are offered a job!
According to a 2018 survey by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), employers made full time offers to 59% of their interns. After one year, employers retained about 78% of new college hires with internship experience.