THE SCHOOL OF THE ENVIRONMENT, UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO PROUDLY PRESENTS
ENVIRONMENTAL CAREER DAY 2016
Friday, March 4, 10am-3pm
Great Hall, Hart House University of Toronto
Last Updated March 9, 2016
The 2016 event was attended by 130 students from U of T and other universities in southern Ontario, including McMaster and Queen's.
Attendees were able to talk with 28 exhibitors from organizations representing government, industry, consulting and ENGO's. Attend the Environmental Employment Opportunities Workshop: "What I Need to Know to Get a Job!", and hear from speakers with extensive career experience and expert career advice. Get expert advice, including about your resumé, from the U of T Career Centre at their table.
For organizations, the Environmental Career Day event is an excellent opportunity for you to showcase yourself, as well as advertise career, internship, co-op and/or volunteer opportunities to a wide audience. For students, Environmental Career Day will allow those interested in pursuing environmental careers to have an opportunity to start early and develop marketable skills, experience and contacts.
NOTE TO STUDENTS: This is a FREE event, but is only open to all currently registered undergraduate/ graduate university students and community college students. Registration on the day of the event will require you to show your valid student ID card. You will be refused entry at the event if you do not provide your valid student ID card.
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Presented to you by:
Environmental Students Union
Forestry Union of Students
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