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Careers

Focused on a Sustainable Future - Yours

HARC is a collaborative workplace of smart, skilled people who are excited about what they do and are looking forward to what they will accomplish in the future. As a thought leader in the Greater Houston region, the organization seeks agile and principled thinkers who thrive in a diverse team environment and support the application of science.

Job Openings

Join a team of thought leaders that are leading the discussion on sustainability in our region.

HARC's team of innovative leaders focus on building a more sustainable future through applied research.

HARC’s program of work is conducted by a team of dedicated research professionals and business administrators with diverse backgrounds.

HARC researchers have broad experience in basic and applied research, technology innovation and adoption, policy analyses, stakeholder engagement, geospatial and data analytics, and public outreach.

HARC’s multi-disciplinary approach allows the organization to respond to the needs of varied sponsors, communities, stakeholders and partners.

Internships

Engaging the Next Generation of Sustainability Professionals.

HARC annually opens its campus to a team of bright and enthusiastic high school and university-level interns.

Each year, HARC participates in the Education for Tomorrow Alliance’s Summer Intern Program for high school students. As a participant in EfTA’s Summer Intern Program, HARC provides hands-on learning opportunities in sustainability research, geospatial and data analysis, and non-profit administrative operations.

In 2019, HARC launched the Intern Program for a Sustainable Future to introduce college students to applied sustainability science. The internships are designed to provide valuable work experience for college students who are just starting to explore career options. Undergraduate and graduate level students participate in a wide variety of roles, from data analyses to public engagement and research administration.

Meet the experts leading the regional discussion on sustainability.

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