While many U.S. states and Ontario are working to ban microbeads, Canada’s federal government has yet to make a move.
Here is a snapshot of the latest environment-related learning opportunities, jobs, and volunteer postings across Canada from our Work Opportunity Partners. If your organization would like to see your job or volunteer position added to our feed, simply visit any of our Work Opportunity Partners and post your job with them.
If your organization would like to see your job or volunteer position added to our feed, simply visit any of our Work Opportunity Partners and post your job with them.
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Application Deadline: March 21, 2014
The competition is open to students around the world ages 3-18. All you need to do is visit their website and submit a 2-3 minute video of the green projects you are a part of and why you are the “greenest student on earth.”
Green Jobs BC, Vancouver – The Good Jobs for a Green Future conference will bring together British Columbians from across the Labour and Environmental movements, as well
business, First Nations, community, government, and other sectors interested in building a strong green economy…. Read more..
It’s a brave new world out there EDMONTON, AB, Jun 30, 2012/ Troy Media/ – Declining a significant promotion, one from the only company you have ever worked for, and a position they had been grooming you for from almost the beginning of your career, especially when you are young, can be a huge, and […]
Become an Eco Ranger with Surrey’s Natural Areas Partnership.
Hydro One has co-op, internship, apprenticeship, summer and entry-level opportunities.
ALTERNATIVES JOURNAL * CALL FOR PROPOSALS *Education & Careers* Proposals due Monday March 26, 2012 at 9am EST ALTERNATIVES’ final issue of 2012 will explore the next generation of job opportunities and identify how to choose an environmentally conscious career path right now. To complement our annual Canadian Environmental Education Directory (which compiles post-secondary […]
Leading Change is a Canada-wide movement started by young environmental and sustainability professionals working together to catalyze action and influence positive change locally, regionally and internationally.