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FES Career Services offers job listings, sample environmental career profile, job search tips and links, a resource library for you to research prospective employers, various workshops as well as individual career guidance. Please see the “For job seekers” section of the Career Services page or contact us for more information.
As a member of the York University community, York's Career Centre supports you in realizing your career potential. Visit the Career Centre website for descriptions of their services and programs.
Most programs and companies launch summer recruitment programs in February/March. To locate summer job opportunities, first check the FES Career Opportunities Board for summer job listings. You can then try our links for…
See information about on-campus employment from York’s Career Centre.
Make an appointment with the Manager, Student and Alumni Resource Centre.
A field experience is essentially when you get academic credit for a structured work experience. Because you get credit for it, the field experience must be related to your Plan of Study and is subject to academic regulations.
If you are interested in a field experience placement, you will need to:
Note: FES Career Services can help you search for potential opportunities, but does not arrange field placements for students.