Membership is open to all alumni of Oberlin who wish to foster sustainability and environmental education within the Oberlin community. We strive to seek a membership that reflects the diversity within Oberlin’s alumni body.
Offering Opportunities for Students
If you would like to recruit current Oberlin students for jobs, internships, summer opportunities, Winter Term projects etc. Post them on Handshake, an Oberlin specific job board.
Sign up as an employer and post your opportunity. The Oberlin Career Development Center will review your posting and approve it. Have questions about the Career Development Center or want to increase visibility and student engagement, connect with the Career Development Center.
To offer your experience or other services to students, create a Wisr account (an Oberlin specific professional social network similar to Linkedin). You can upload your professional history from an existing Linkedin profile and add more relevant information. You can also mark the kinds of student engagement you’re open to from fielding emails, information interviews, career communities, and offering Winter Term housing.
Interested in housing a current student during winter term or over the summer? The most efficient way to do this is to post an Offer on Oberlin Switchboard- an Oberlin specific classifieds page where members of the Oberlin community can ask for help or offer their resources/ expertise to fellow Obies. Switchboard is the most effective way to off your space to Oberlin students for Winter Term.
If you need help offering an opportunity for current students, send us an email.
The EnviroAlums Annual Fund supports our work and allows the EnviroAlums to pay our interns and support fellowships.
Get More Involved
The EnviroAlums are passionate about creating opportunities for current students and alumni to connect. If you’re interested in a more active role in the EnviroAlums, please click this form to get more information about becoming a speaker at the ENVS department’s Annual Careers day or click here to volunteer to join the Steering Committee.