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The Wildlife and Landscape Science Directorate at Environment Canada hires students from across Canada every year to conduct office, field and/or laboratory work. Their valued work actively contributes to research, and can lead to employment opportunities through student bridging mechanisms.
Most student placements are arranged through college/university co-op programs. To investigate a placement with the Wildlife and Landscape Science Directorate at Environment Canada, please contact your academic institution's co-op office.
Opportunities for Supervision
To investigate the possibility for a researcher to supervise studies, please visit the Wildlife S&T Experts section.
Opportunities for Youth
- Science Horizons Youth Internship Program
- Federal Student Work Experience Program
- Youth Internship Program
- Youth Resource Network
Visiting Fellowships in Canadian Government Laboratories
Job opportunities at Environment Canada that are open to the public are posted on the following web sites:
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