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Career Resources

A concentration in EEB or Biology provides students with the competitive skill sets they will need in a diverse array of careers.

Many students go on to work in conservation and natural resource management, government agencies, biotechnology, healthcare, non-profits, forensic science, science communication and outreach, environmental consulting, teaching, parks and nature reserves, research labs, zoos, natural history museums, and ecotourism (to name a few). Many students also choose to pursue further education: graduate school for a MSc or PhD, veterinary or medical school, law school, business school, or public health programs.

This page is full of resources to help you find jobs, explore career options, build your resume, and gain experience!

Career Exploration & Development

Work-Study Program

The Work Study Program offers paid, on-campus positions that provide you with an opportunity to deepen your knowledge, strengthen your skills and explore how your academic studies translate to career possibilities.

Log in to with your UTORid to find job postings and to apply through the CLNx portal.

Gain Lab Experience

Volunteering or working in a research lab is a great way to gain practical experience. Read about the research going on in EEB labs to find out which ones interest you and contact the professors. It’s also a great idea to chat with your TAs and professors during class and office hours.

Volunteer in the Community

U of T Trash Team

We engage with the public to increase waste literacy and facilitate the use of scientific evidence in the decision-making process.

Science Rendezvous

Feature numerous exhibits that integrate science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and human ingenuity.

Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup

A national conservation program that provides Canadians the opportunity to take action in their communities wherever water meets land, one bit of trash at a time.

Let’s Talk Science

Throughout the year, volunteers engage youth through the delivery of curriculum-based, hands-on STEM (science, technology, engineering, & mathematics) workshops.

Toronto Field Naturalists

Toronto Field Naturalists (TFN) connects people with nature in the Toronto area. TFN help people understand, enjoy, and protect Toronto’s green spaces and the species that inhabit them.

Toronto Region Conservation Authority

Opportunities are available across Toronto and Region Conservation Authority’s (TRCA) jurisdiction.