Interested in social sustainability and how to get a paying job in the field? Read on…
My colleague, Khanjan Mehta, the Director of the Humanitarian Engineering and Social Entrepreneurship (HESE) Program and Assistant Professor of Engineering Design at Penn State, has recently released a book entitled, Solving Problems that Matter (and Getting Paid for It). Get a FREE Kindle copy TODAY ONLY!
From Dr. Mehta about the book
“This book stitches together a mosaic of perspectives, experiences, and actionable insights to illuminate the smorgasbord of STEM career pathways in social innovation and global sustainable development.
The book includes 54 expert briefs penned by leaders from USAID, Peace Corps, MIT, Engineers Without Borders, AAAS and other organizations. In addition, 100 STEM innovators from the World Bank, UNICEF, White House, Gates Foundation, Google and dozens of social ventures, government agencies, nonprofits, academia and corporations share their enlightening and inspiring profiles, including their current roles and responsibilities, career trajectories and lessons learned along the way.”
You can learn more about the book here, or grab a FREE Kindle copy here (today only!).