Regular academic seminars complement off-campus work on an environmental project. The course enables students to gain practical experience of the needs and demands of professional environmental agencies. Students are given a choice of placements in a variety of sectors (such as government, NGOs, industry).
Eligible students who wish to do a work placement in the Summer Session or Fall Term of 2016, must submit an application to the Placement Coordinator electronically by January 19, 2017, to participate in the first round of work placement applications.Some additional applications after the deadline above will be accepted, space in the course permitting.Contact Placement Coordinator, David Powell, at firstname.lastname@example.org
The application form for the summer and fall of 2017 is available after October 1, 2016 at: http://www.environment.utoronto.ca/Upload/undergradsyllabus/440ApplicationForm2017.doc.
10 full courses or their equivalent, including three FCE of environmental courses in the student's environmental program completed before ENV440H1 taken; or permission of Academic Associate Director