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Career development in International Develeopment and Social Change - Clark University

Graduate Profiles and Outcomes

We are very proud of the professional accomplishments of our IDCE alumni. Our graduates are making an impact in the world as decision makers and agents of change in environmental, development, and social service agencies, consultancies, businesses, and non-profit organizations in the U.S. and abroad. Our graduates work with civil society organizations, communities, government policy makers, academics, scientists, and technical experts. Some of our graduates pursue research fellowships or Ph.D. degrees throughout the world.

Of the alumni reporting, 60% of our graduates work in non-profit organizations, 27% work in the private sector, and 13% work for government institutions. Approximately 75% of IDCE graduates work in the United States, 25% work internationally, including, India, China, Ghana, Mozambique, Laos, Cambodia, Germany, Switzerland, and Belize, for example.

Recent Career Outcomes

Organizations that have hired IDCE graduates include:

International Development and Social Change

  • Last Mile Health
  • YMCA of Central Massachusetts
  • African Community Education Program
  • Children's Health Fund
  • The World Bank
  • World Vision
  • Horizons for Homeless Children
  • Israel Movement for Progressive Judaism
  • Mercy Beyond Borders
  • Healthcare Talent
  • Lincoln Institute of Land Policy
  • Peace Corps
  • Independent Commission for Human Rights
  • Cloudburst Consulting Group

Community Development and Planning

  • Regional Environmental Council of Central Massachusetts
  • Family Health Center
  • Bilingual Education for Central America
  • Centro Las Americas
  • City of Worcester
  • State Representative Mary Keefe
  • Food Share
  • Worcester County Food Bank
  • Worcester Common Ground

GIS for Development and Environment

  • Cadmus Group
  • Azevea
  • Mueller Systems
  • Clark Labs
  • World Resources Institute's Global Forest Watch
  • Texas A&M University
  • NISource
  • bcWorkshop
  • ALL Consulting

Environmental Science and Policy

  • Charles River Watershed Association
  • National Grid
  • Empower Design
  • AmeriCorps
  • California Center for Sustainable Energy
  • Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection
  • Duke University
  • China Association of Circular Economy
  • Pacific Gas and Electric Company
  • Government of Ghana
  • Ernst & Young LLP
  • Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
  • The Environmental Protection Agency
  • Cuc Phuong National Park
  • Second Generation Energy