Volunteer! As a UBC Science alumnus, you have a lot to offer.
Whether you're in industry, academia, government or business, you have a unique story. By sharing your experiences, either as a volunteer, speaker, industry representative or as a co-op employer, you can provide students with invaluable insight that will help them choose their own path in science.
UBC SCIENCE STUDENT CAREER EXPO
Your BSc: Majors & Futures
February 26, 2014
An evening event where students, alumni and mentors discuss the journey and decision-making process one may encounter following graduation. Share your own experiences in a small group setting to help UBC Science students map their path to a fulfilling career.
Departmental Career Nights
Mingle with students from your program and share career advice and networking tips in an informal setting. Students practice their professional communication skills and gain valuable networking experience. This is a great way to help students develop valuable professional soft skills and become confident job-seekers. Departments participating.
- March 3, 2014 - Geography Career Night
- March 4, 2014 - Biology Career Night
- March 6, 2014 - Environmental Science Career Night
- March 10, 2014 - Microbiology & Immunology Career Night
Science Career Information Fair
March 13, 2014
An evening event designed to connect students with public and private sector employers in order to showcase the wide range of career opportunities available to UBC Science graduates.
Exhibitors can showcase their organization, profile employment opportunities and career trends, build a profile with UBC students, and increase understanding of the education, skill set and culture-fit your organization is looking for.
To learn more about the above opportunities, please email: email@example.com
The UBC Computer Science Tri-mentoring Program offers unique opportunity for UBC alumni in the IT field to mentor Computer Science undergraduate and graduate students, and to connect with other industry and faculty mentors in the program.
UBC depends on a large number of volunteers from the community at large to provide their expertise on specific issues, to sit on a variety of committees and task forces and to generously give their time for alumni related events.
UBC Science and our departments run a variety of outreach programs that welcome alumni, public and industry involvement.