The Environmental Resources Technology program ensures graduates are well rounded in natural resource sectors including forestry, fishery enhancement, environmental assessment, mining, and grassland ecology. This generalist approach gives students various career paths they can travel within the natural resources sector.

At NVIT, students enter Co-op at various points in their education depending on program requirements. While the summer semester is the most common time to complete work-terms, students registered in Diploma programs are required to complete work-terms in the fall and/or winter semesters to fulfil their Co-op designation. Co-op work-terms in the fall and winter semester provides students with additional experience they would not normally receive during the summer.

Learn more about NVIT Co-operative Education.