October 26, 2022
California has invested more than any other state in developing regulations and tools to protect the climate and air quality experienced by its citizens. If you have every wondered “How does California increase renewables on the electricity grid while maintaining reliability?” or “How are we sure that cars meet the state’s aggressive emission standards?” the answer is with significant contributions from passionate state workers! Come to learn about the many opportunities for scientists, engineers and mathematicians to perform technical work and develop policy for the state of California. Camille Sultana '10 will also share her thoughts on applying to state jobs, her experience on the California Air Resources Board and the impact of working on climate and air pollution topics for a national policy leader such as California.