UW-Green Bay’s Associate Professor Vallari Chandna (Marketing and Management) was among those interviewed and was asked to comment on graduates interested in sustainability jobs. Among other things she also mentions, “for all job seekers, certifications are an important way to indicate your interests and show your desire and propensity to “upskill.” Additionally, sustainability graduates’ experience with grant-writing and any major endeavors or projects that are communication-related, is a plus.“ Read the full article including her comments on Zippia’s website.
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