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The Faculty of Environment and Ten Thousand Coffees are making it easier than ever to meet fellow students and approachable alumni who share your passion. Tap into their experience and networks for career-driven conversations in the ENV Connect community.
We are all facing new ways of living, working, and learning in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. In the Faculty of Environment, we are committed to meeting our challenges by connecting and working together. Even though we can’t be together in person, we can still build our networks online!
By joining ENV Connect, powered by Ten Thousand Coffees, growing your network has never been easier.
This online platform is free to use and is a perfect fit for our new digital-first reality.
Personalize your profile by choosing your program, industry, interests and goals. Your answers drive the matching process.
Every four weeks you'll receive an email with a new connection, plus tips on how to reach out and get the conversation started.
Send your new contact an email & suggest a time to connect. Meet on any platform you choose and at a time that works for you.
This platform is free to use, easy to navigate, and a great way to give back!
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Did you know that networking helps fill 85% of job openings? As a Faculty of Environment student, you have access to a diverse network of more than 16,000 ENV alumni in over 80 countries working in a wide range of industries.
The top skills companies are looking for across ALL industries are active listening, public speaking, critical thinking, and social perceptiveness. Improve these skills by connecting with others, sharing your story and asking thoughtful questions.
ENV Connect, powered by Ten Thousand Coffees is your exclusive networking and mentoring platform. The service introduces you to alumni and other students based on your specific career interests and goals. Once you join, all introductions are sent directly to your @uwaterloo.ca inbox. Plus, you'll receive an official LinkedIn certification to recognize your commitment to continuous learning and career advancement!
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Networking is a long-term investment that will continue to give back as your career grows. Join ENV Connect today to get started!
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As a Faculty of Environment graduate, you have valuable life experience and career advice to share. With the Covid-19 pandemic shrinking economies and increasing unemployment, it is more important than ever for students to receive support and advice from working professionals like you.
We know that networking helps fill 85% of job openings, and the top skills companies are looking for across ALL industries are active listening, public speaking, critical thinking and social perceptiveness. You can help students develop these skills, and improve your own, by connecting with others, sharing your insights, and asking thoughtful questions.
ENV Connect, powered by Ten Thousand Coffees is an exclusive networking and mentoring platform that introduces you to students and other alumni based on your specific career interests and goals. Once you join, all introductions are sent directly to your preferred inbox. Plus, you'll receive an official LinkedIn certification to recognize your commitment to continuous learning and career advancement.
You're in charge:
RBC Future Launch is RBC’s commitment to empower Canadian youth for the jobs of tomorrow. RBC is dedicating $500 million to help young people access meaningful employment through practical work experience, skills development, networking and access to mental well-being supports and services.
The University of Waterloo acknowledges that much of our work takes place on the traditional territory of the Neutral, Anishinaabeg and Haudenosaunee peoples. Our main campus is situated on the Haldimand Tract, the land granted to the Six Nations that includes six miles on each side of the Grand River. Our active work toward reconciliation takes place across our campuses through research, learning, teaching, and community building, and is centralized within our Office of Indigenous Relations.