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Peace Corps to Grad School to Working for Sustainable Development: Video Reflections

Margaux Granat works as a DC consultant on issues related to women, development, and climate change. Kale Roberts advises cities on climate adaptation and mitigation strategies; he also spends time at the UN, helping drive international urban policy.

They both started their global journey in the Peace Corps and then headed to a career-focused graduate program at Bard's Graduate Programs in Sustainability

Learn about their experiences here:

For extended interviews with Margaux and Kale about the value of Peace Corps programs, their graduate school decision and experience, and finding work in sustainable development, head here.

Have you returned from the Peace Corps wondering what to do next? Check out our blog post to learn how to translate hands-on experience into career-focused marketability. 

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About the Author

Eban Goodstein

Eban Goodstein

Dr. Eban Goodstein is an economist and the Director of the MBA in Sustainability and the MS and MEd programs at the Center for Environmental Policy at Bard College. He is known for organizing national educational initiatives on climate change, which have engaged thousands of schools and universities, civic institutions, faith groups, and community organizations in solutions-driven dialogue. Goodstein is the author of three books and numerous journal articles focused on climate change, sustainability and green jobs.