Careers in sustainability workshop weekend

Friday, September 26th - Sunday, September 28th 2014

Students come to Marlboro because they want to be part of a learning community that values who they are and what they have to offer. Marlboro College is a learning environment that emphasizes sustainability, social justice, and community. The undergraduate campus is located on the site of 19th-century hill farms, built around a cluster of restored historic buildings, and reflects the college's respect for the rural landscape and frugal community lifestyle. Our graduate campus is located in the heart of downtown Brattleboro, Vermont, and offers an MBA in Managing for Sustainability.

Come and explore Marlboro's undergraduate and graduate campuses, and learn how enrolling at Marlboro could benefit your intellectual interests and your future.

During the weekend, you will have a chance to hear from Marlboro alumni and community members with experience inthe sustainability field, learn valuable networking skills, participate in a choice of workshops in specific academic areas related to sustainability, and explore the natural beauty and sustainability initiatives on both of our campuses. Students are welcome to stay in a Marlboro College dormitory, and will have a chance to learn about what it means to be a Marlboro student.

Registration fee is $75, and includes room and board, all workshops, activities, and transportation between Marlboro College campuses for the duration of the program.

first semester free

Beginning this fall, transfer students will receive a full tuition scholarship for their first semester at Marlboro College. Careers in Sustainability Workshop Weekend is a great opportunity to get to know Marlboro, and to decide if you could see yourself within our community.

Instant Admissions Decisions:

If you would like to be considered for an instant admissions decision, you should bring the following materials with you when you visit:

  • The Common Application Form. This does not need to include the personal statement, and can be submitted online before the visit, printed out and brought the day of the event, or completed upon arrival.
  • Transcripts of all schools attended (high school and college; unofficial is acceptable pending that officials will be sent to the college).
  • An analytical writing sample. This paper should have been written for an academic class and accurately reflect your current analytical writing skills. There is no length requirement.

You should also be prepared for a campus interview. This will be an opportunity to chat with a community member about your academic experiences and learn how your academic goals can be realized through a Marlboro education. For questions about Careers in Sustainability Workshop Weekend and the instant decision process please contact the admissions office at 800-343-0049 or via email.