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ECO Canada to be Featured on BNN Bloomberg Channel: Creating a Win-Win for the Environment and the Economy
Cleantech is poised to become a $2.5 trillion industry by 2022. Hear from our CEO Kevin Nilsen on the win-win cleantech provides for the economy and the environment.
Natural Resources Canada Announces $15.8 Million for Green Jobs & Training for Youth
ECO Canada has been selected as a partner to provide youth training and green job opportunities for youth in STEM. Our employment programs provide Canadian employers with wage funding for environmentally-related roles.
Job Search Tips from a Recruiter!
Finding the perfect job – or any job- is a full-time job. There is so much information available, either through a google search or from friends and family. Here are some helpful tips from a professional recruiter to assist you with your job search.
Wage Funding and Job Skills Training Creates Higher Success for Immigrant Employment
Tweet ECO Canada’s Environmental Immigrant Bridging Program, a pilot project funded by the Government of Canada’s Foreign Credential Recognition Program, is distributing $300,000 in wage… Read more
Immigrant Bridging Success in the Environmental Sector: An Interview with Hari Pemmaraju
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Environmental Trends 2019
Environment issues will continue to attract attention in 2019. Find out the top trends that environmental professionals are watching this year. Based on our outreach to our Research Community, we have compiled the top trends and emerging themes that will shape the sector in the coming months.
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.
The Skills You Need to Succeed in 2019
ECO Canada recently surveyed environmental employers, workers and other stakeholders to discover the tops skills needed to work in the environmental sector. Whether it’s skills that every employer needs, or a highly-technical and specific skill set, professional development is always worth the investment.
AET Group Wins ECO Canada’s Employer Impact Award
AET Group Inc. wins ECO Canada’s inaugural Employer Impact Award for their outstanding commitment to the environmental professionals working for them, their dedication to sustainability, and their community-minded projects.
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