Sierra Nevada College graduates through their hats in the air at the end of the commencement ceremony.
Graduate with a job.

Our Job Guarantee

We believe in our graduates. In fact, we know that, if you follow the guidance of your mentors and instructors, and meet the criteria of the Job Guarantee Program, at commencement you will throw your cap in the air and start your career.

The Sierra Nevada College of Entrepreneurial Leadership Job Guarantee: You will have a job offer in a field that’s appropriate for your major before you graduate.


What exactly do I get from this job guarantee?

If, by some quirk of fate, you find yourself unemployed upon graduation with no prospect waiting, don’t despair. We will take you back, for free, for a full semester of coursework to add to your skillset in a job-ready way.

How do I qualify for the job guarantee program?

The requirements are simple:

How does it work if I don’t have a job at graduation?

If you don’t immediately find work upon graduation, you will work with your adviser and a mentor to determine courses that will enhance your prospects and your current degree. You’ll work directly with Career Services to work on presentation and job search skills. You’ll do all this on our dime because we know that our graduates are employable.

Kimberly Oyervides

Major: Environmental Science, Ecology

Class of 2016 I’ve always had a passion for science, and how things work and influence each other. I chose to purse a degree in environmental science knowing that it would give me a opportunity to get a job working outdoors were I love to be. Now that I've graduated I'm working for a private company as a forester, coordinating with the USFS and BLM. . . . Read More

Sustainability and Ski Business Resort Management alumna Marina McCoy enjoys a sunset

Marina McCoy

Major: Interdisciplinary Studies in Sustainability, Ski Business and Resort Management

Class of 2016 "Waste Free Earth isn’t just about music festivals. It’s about using music festivals as a platform to inspire environmental sustainability in our everyday lives and in our communities. Imagine the kind of impact that would have.” . . . Read More

Ski Business & Resort Management student Connor Clayton relaxes lake side

Connor Clayton

Major: Marketing, Ski Business and Resort Management

Class of 2018 I chose to major in Ski Business and Resort Management because how could someone who lives and breathes skiing not be interested in a career in the ski industry? I chose a second major in marketing because I love analytics and being able to track and see what drives a customer. I've already started my business career, as the Tour Manager for the Association of Freeskiing Professionals (AFP). . . . Read More

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