"[The student]... worked steadily and reliably and helped supply all requested tools and analyses in time... we will miss her a lot... any institution would be lucky to have her on board."
IPSS Supervisor, Conservation International
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
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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:
Two Monterey Institute alumni are helping the environment by delivering fresh local seafood to the Monterey Bay area.
Monterey Institute alum, Alan Lovewell (MAIEP ‘10), was a presenter at the most recent 2012 TedxMonterey – Sea Change conference. As a presenter at this event he talked about how the ocean sustains, inspires, and defines his way of life.
Monterey Institute student Heather Bessette landed an internship that combines her focus on renewable energy projects and development, as well as her French language skills, at a non-profit organization founded by MIIS alumna Mary Graham Bliss.
Monterey Institute alumni Alan Lovewell and Oren Frey have successfully launched Local Catch Monterey Bay – a new venture matching sustainable local fishermen with consumers on a regular basis.
The Monterey Herald published a front-page story on Monterey Institute alumnus Michael Seaman’s new role as the environmental and purchasing manager for the Monterey Bay Aquarium.