Job and Volunteer Opportunities, Clubs and Organizations

There are a number of web-based sources with environmental job postings.  Participation in the environmental community is the best way to develop much needed connections in the job world. In particular, volunteering your time shows determination and initiative, setting an applicant apart from the rest. It makes you known to the community and provides one with key employment skills and experience. The following links offer work and volunteer opportunities, as well as a variety of clubs and organizations that may help you in your search for participation.

Employment Opportunities

People and Planet Friendly - GoodWork Canada  http://www.goodworkcanada.ca/

Work Cabin http://workcabin.ca/

Environmental Careers Organization Canada (ECO) has a wealth of information about environmental careers, career trends, and environmental education and training programs, as well as a job board. 
http://www.eco.ca/Portal/default.aspx

Charity Village Non-Profit Work Search Engine
http://www.charityvillage.com/applicant/jobs.asp 

Ejobs: This site provides specialized listings for environmental employment in Canada and the U.S.
http://www.ejobs.org/

Jobs with the Federal Government: 

Public Service Commission of Canada employment page (the centralized job listings with the Federal Government)

Environment Canada's employment page

Environment Canada's Youth Internships in Science are listed under the Science Horizons Program - Science and Technology - Environment Canada

Jobs with the Ontario Government:

Ontario Public Service employment page (the centralized job listings with the Ontario Government.

Summer employment opportunities, internships and resources for youth and new professionals at:   https://www.gojobs.gov.on.ca/Pages/YNPS.aspx 

Volunteer Opportunities

People and Planet Friendly - Planet Volunteer  http://www.planetfriendly.net/volunteer/

University of Toronto Clubs and Organizations 

There are a number of student clubs on all three campuses that are involved in activities related to sustainability and the environment. A listing of clubs, as well as opportunities for involvement, can be found at: https://www.ulife.utoronto.ca//