Alumni Office Hour: Success within the Environmental Consulting Industry with David Wade
Have you ever wondered what environmental consultants do for a living? David will walk you through many aspects of a successful career as an environmental consultant, providing tips on finding the right company to work for, pointers for a successful interview, and an outline of many of the typical tasks carried out by environmental consultants both in the office and in the field.
Find out what is involved in pursuing a career within the environmental science and engineering consulting industry, how to approach getting a job in the industry and what makes a successful environmental consultant.
Join us Thursday, May 20, 2021
4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Zoom - link will be provided
Submit your questions for David when you register or ask them during the event
BES '87, Geography
President at Premier Environmental Services Inc.
David is a Professional Geoscientist and Environmental Risk Manager who specializes in assessing and cleaning up contaminated land. David is the President of Premier Environmental Services Inc., an environmental science and engineering consulting company located in Cambridge, Ontario and with offices across Canada. David has been working in the consulting field for over 30 years and has started numerous businesses aimed at solving environmental challenges faced by public and private sector clients.
Please Note: This is a limited space event. If you register and are no longer able to attend, you must notify the advancement office so we may offer your spot to another person. Failure to comply with this policy will result in you not being able to attend the next two Alumni Office Hour events.
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ALUMNI OFFICE HOURS, A Leadership Series Event
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The Leadership Series was created in 2016 to provide Faculty of Environment students an opportunity to connect with, and learn from, a broad range of faculty alumni through themed discussions and small-group networking. Building on its success, Alumni Office Hours was launched in winter 2021 to facilitate bi-monthly online events hosted by alumni on a variety of career-related topics. The series gives students a chance to connect with alumni in a smaller, more comfortable setting to learn about career paths, broaden their perspectives and hone desirable career skills.