Below are some key figures based on the May, August & December 2012 Alumni One Year Out Survey. Also included are examples of employers who have hired recent graduates and positions held by those graduates:
|Response Rate: 24/33 alumni = 73%
Employed: 22 = 92%
Seeking Employment: 1 = 4%
Not Seeking Employment: 1 = 4%
Base Annual Salary (Avg., in USD): $53,135
By clicking on one of the academic tracks below, you can view even more positions held by our alumni:
The following information was gathered by the Center for Advising and Career Services through the summer and early fall of 2014, and reflects the opportunities pursued by continuing students in the International Environmental Policy program.
|Results: 82% response rate. 96% of seeking students secured at least one offer
Average Internship Salary: $18.25 per hour
Salary Range: $12.00 - $27.50 per hour
Source of Opportunity: 74% MIIS facilitated, 26% student facilitated
View the full International Environmental Policy Program 2014 Internship Report here:
Heather Bessette set a goal for herself of a specific career in a specific location, and a year after graduating with a Joint MBA/MA International Environmental Policy degree from the Monterey Institute, she has achieved both.
Catherine Carlton, a recent graduate of the International Environmental Policy program at the Monterey Institute, turned a summer internship into a leadership position working to combat malnutrition and environmental degradation through community-based permaculture projects in Malawi.
Monterey Institute alumna Abbie Beane (MAIEP ’12) led her team from The Offset Project to set a new record for diverting waste at the celebrated AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, earning coverage from local NPR station KAZU.
Ninety-six percent of the May 2012 graduates from the International Environmental Policy program at the Monterey Institute are currently employed in the field of their choice, including Elizabeth Wood, who landed a job where she “always wanted to work” at Boeing.
Ashley Camhi (MAIEP '09) talks about her work on environmental projects with the World Bank and the Inter-American Development Bank.