There are lots of ways to get involved throughout your Sustainable Energy studies. You can take advantage of professional development opportunities, become active in the SIGNALS network, or participate in the production of ISEMA . Becoming involved can enhance and extend the experience in your program, helping you build your network and professional skillset.
SIGNALS represents Students, Interested parties, and Graduate Networking And Liaising around Sustainability.
This network was formed by Carleton’s Sustainable Energy (SE) graduate program. Students, alumni, and professors interested in sustainable development are brought together by SIGNALS. Through events, mentorship programs, and social media postings, they aim to connect talented students and graduate professionals with meaningful employment opportunities.
To connect with the group, please check them out via social media.
ISEMA: Perspectives on Innovation, Science & Environment is a student-organized, annually published academic journal showcasing some of the best and brightest young minds studying sustainability at Carleton’s School of Public Policy & Administration.
ISEMA connects students, graduates, faculty and staff around some of the most exciting and innovative sustainability policy research in Canada today.
Graduate Professional Development
As a graduate student at Carleton, you have access to a variety of professional development resources. These include skill workshops, one-on-one career and writing consultations, career-oriented events, and even structured programs. Challenge yourself by acquiring new skills that can help you boost your employability. Visit the Graduate Professional Development website to learn more.