Job Opportunity – Bird Studies Canada

Bird Studies Canada – British Columbia Region – BC Programs Coordinator Bird Studies Canada is seeking one highly motivated, organized and experienced individual to coordinate volunteer participation in BSC’s British Columbia office, in particular the British Columbia Coastal Waterbird and Beached Bird Surveys, the Important Bird Area program, and the Vancouver Urban Birds project. The Programs Coordinator is … Read more

Hiring at VARC – Bird Banding Technician

The Vancouver Avian Research Centre (VARC) is seeking an experienced part-time student to help with bird banding operations at Colony Farm Regional Park in Vancouver, BC, Canada. Primary duties will be to assist with all aspects of the daily banding operations.  This is an excellent opportunity to take your avian knowledge, ageing/sexing and banding skills  … Read more

Natural Resources Canada’s Science & Technology Internship Program

Funding Now Available!  Natural Resources Canada’s (NRCan) – Science and Technology Internship Program (STIP)  Are you (or do you know of) an organization, business, university or community college that could benefit from funding to support an internship in the area of natural sciences? Do you know a post-secondary graduate who is looking for practical experience … Read more

Volunteer Opportunity to Learn Augmented Reality Technology

The Reach Museum and Gallery is creating an extremely exciting exhibition starting in March 2015. The exhibition will include an augmented reality experience for visitors and ITcredible is about to start the process of setting up the technology. This project requires 2-3 students to join on a volunteer basis. The focus will be on the technology involved in augmented reality, … Read more

M.Sc. or Ph.D. position in ecotoxicology to study the effects of neonicitinoid pesticides on salmonids.

QUALIFICATIONS B.Sc. in biology/toxicology or related discipline Demonstrated excellence in academic achievement Excellent oral and written communication skills Experience with animal physiology, comparative endocrinology and molecular biology Training and experience in aqueous environmental chemistry would be an asset Experience in biology/toxicology lab and field research would be an asset Contact for further information or to … Read more

Careers in Planning and Urban Studies: Nov. 20th Guest Panel

A reminder to all Arts and Science students interested in a career in Planning and Urban Studies. A panel of Geography alumni guest speakers will be answering your questions from Date: Thursday, November 20, 2014 Time: 12:30pm – 2:30pm Location: Room A225 & 229 Abbotsford Campus Dress code: Business casual The guest speakers are as follows: Amy Anaka – … Read more

Intern with the South African Shark Conservancy

South African Shark Conservancy Committed to research, conservation & sustainability Special discount for the rest of 2014! SASC is a non-profit organisation dedicated to promoting the conservation and sustainable utilisation of marine resources through research, education and outreach. Since its inception in 2007, SASC has developed partnerships with academic and conservation organisations around the globe, … Read more

Interested in Neuroscience?! Summer Employment Opportunity for Students

Considering graduate studies in Neuroscience?  The newly founded Hildebrand lab is seeking enthusiastic students interested in using electrophysiological tools to develop new approaches for pain relief and management. The Hildebrand lab has received external research funding from the Canada Foundation for Innovation, the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada and the International Association … Read more

Free career assessments for students — May 21

FREE Career Assessments for students today, May 21st Time: 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm Place: B214 – Abbotsford Campus Register: Student Services Counselling Department – 604 854-4528 This 2 hour workshop explores career and life options through self-assessments, exploring the work of work, decision-making and action steps. For more information, contact Eileen Burkholder at