Careers in Science

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Are you considering a career in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics? Do you want to learn more about different career options that are available to you? Then you're in luck! Over the next 10 years, tens of thousands of jobs will be created in British Columbia that involve science, technology, engineering, and mathematics! Explore these resources and learn how to get your dream job.

  • Opening the Door—This program connects high school students to people across the province of British Columbia who are keen on sharing their knowledge and experience as you explore an exciting career in science and technology.
  • Explore Careers in Science—Check out these links for more information on various careers, post-secondary programs, institutions, scholarships, and volunteer opportunities.
  • Networking Tips—Learn how to network to create useful connections and relationships that will help you land your dream job.

 

Explore Careers in Science

: Explore career pathways, jobs, and discover what jobs will be in demand in the next decade.

: This resource allows you to search jobs, build your resume, and take quizzes that help you to discover more about your skills and learning style. It also has some great tips on how you can build your network!

: Student Jobs International is a new employment agency for students. We recruit students because they are flexible, intelligent and eager to learn. It's our mission to find study-related jobs that will give students valuable work experience for their future careers.

: Find information on career planning, programs, schools, and funding.

: Check out the Resource Centre to find more information on careers and salaries.

: Consider engineering! You'll find lots of information on careers and scholarships here.

: Find out the salary that you can earn in a particular career.

: Read profiles of over 250 Canadian scientists and learn more about science-related jobs in Canada.

: Science Careers strategically partners with organizations that share their mission of bringing the best career resources to the global scientific community.

: TalentEgg is Canada's leading job site and career resource for students and new grads. They post meaningful job opportunities from top Canadian employers as well as free career resources to help students and recent grads hatch their careers.

: In one simple search, JobCareer gives job seekers access to over 500,000 jobs sourced from thousands of company recruitment pages and job board sites.


Post-Secondary Programs and Institutions

: Connect with advisors, search for programs and courses and apply online to post-secondary institutions.

: Find information on transfer opportunities between post-secondary institutions.

: Search colleges, universities, and programs, and find out more about admission requirements and scholarships.


Scholarship/Financial Information


Volunteer Information


Youth-related Job Information

: A great resource for finding information on education, jobs and careers, and money.

: Find summer jobs and discover how you can build skills and on-the-job experience.


Other Science-related Links

: Learn more about diverse careers and navigate through profiles of scientists who work for government. Play fun science-related games

: A site dedicated to science fairs across Canada.

: This website encourages girls and women to enter science, engineering, and technology.

: Explore profiles of scientists who work for world-class Canadian researchers and their work.
 

Networking Links

: A useful resource to learn more about networking and to find networking tips.

: Check out the Resource Centre to find more information on networking.

: This website provides some great tips on how you can build your network.

: Listen to an excellent Podcast where you can learn about what networking is and why it's important, how to start networking, and hear some great tips too!

: Check out lots of good hints for networking success!

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