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Career Resources

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

Graduates have pursued careers in a wide variety of fields including biotechnology, environmental management and conservation, healthcare, natural resource management, non-profits, forensic science, science communication, consulting, education, government positions, and graduate school. 

These resources can help you plan your career path, build your resume, and gain experience while you are an undergraduate.

Career Exploration & Development

Work-Study Program

Get paid to work in a lab during the school year with U of T’s Work-Study program. Develop your skills and experience while exploring your interests.

Login to the Career & Co-Curricular Learning Network (CLNx) to view positions in EEB and positions across campus.

Volunteer in a Lab

A great way to gain practical experience in biology. Browse the labs to find out which ones interest you and contact the professors. Or, take smaller courses and chat to your TAs and professors.

Volunteer in the Community

Science Rendezvous

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

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.

Let’s Talk Science

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

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.

Operation Wallacea

 A network of academics from European and North American universities, who design and implement biodiversity and conservation management research expeditions.

Ontario BioBlitz

A BioBlitz brings together taxonomic experts, citizen scientists and the general public to inventory all species (plants, animals, fungi and more) in a particular area over a  24 hour period.