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Mentorship Programs provide a forum for experienced environmental professionals, less experienced professionals, and protégés to discuss professional growth and further development of soft skills, project planning and execution, and working in the environmental sector. Mentoring is a personal and rewarding way to give back to the environmental profession.
Nearly 1 in 4 Environmental Professionals Are Set To Retire In The Next 10 Years
Tweet For over 25 years ECO Canada (Environmental Careers Organization) has helped nurture the environmental sector by connecting professionals to training programs, certifications, career… Read more
Natural Networking: Strategies for any Business Event
There’s something about walking into a room full of strangers that makes people nervous. ECO Canada hosted an event to help professionals build the skills required to network and feel comfortable in any business setting. Learn tips and practical advise that will help you network with ease.
Working From Home: Could It Work for You?
If you’re job hunting, you’ve probably considered working from home as a possible solution. Telecommuting suggests great flexibility, freedom from distractions and a healthy work-life balance. Although this kind of arrangement comes with many benefits, it does present some challenges.
How Volunteering Can Boost Your Environmental Career
Tweet For many people, volunteering is about supporting a cause that is important to them. But did you know that it is also an… Read more
Building Your Green Career
Find out how ECO can help you build your green career with our resources for junior to mid-career environmental professionals.
Carbon Tax and GHGs: What Will it Mean for Green Jobs?
Tweet It’s a new year and there’s a new vision for Canada; a future that includes putting a price on carbon in a bid to… Read more
ECO Canada and Royal Roads University: Helping You Develop Leadership Skills
No matter what industry, good leaders share essential qualities: good communication, strategic thinking, understanding team dynamics – to name a few.
The good news is, you can develop those skills no matter where you are in your career with help from ECO Canada and Royal Roads University.
Why understanding Canadian environmental law isn’t just for lawyers
Lawyers aren’t the only professionals who benefit from understanding environmental law.
Develop practical skills and find ways to apply this knowledge for a variety of projects and industries.