Can you go into business with an ES degree?
I’m about to start my freshmen year as an ES major and I’m worried about my choice. I was interested in ES because I’m outdoorsy and didn’t want to sit in an office all day. But after looking at the traditional ES jobs, none of them interest me. I don’t want to work for the gov and there looks to be a glass ceiling for consulting jobs (I don’t plan on going to graduate school).
Is it possible to go into business with an ES degree? My ideal job would be working at a startup/small business dealing with issues related to food or waste management (See Enviroflight or Lotus Food as companies I’m interested in.) Is there a specific job/career that this reminds you of? I’m freaking out trying to find a job that I would like and would motivate me to do well in my studies.
Is this the right major for me? I would certainly like the curriculum, but I want to be prepared/qualified for the jobs I’m interested in. The only thing that consoles me is that I’m going to an Ivy League school and will have the connections that come with it.
Submitted July 22, 2017 at 06:01PM by throwway12124
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