The NEB values the potential students bring to an organization and supports the integration of students in the workplace. In response to an increasingly more competitive workforce, the NEB is aggressively hiring students to increase the potential for qualified students to choose long term employment with the NEB after graduation. The NEB actively participates in career fairs on university campuses, participate in government student hiring programs and ensure that students have a meaningful work experience.
Canada’s forests represent a tremendously abundant source of biomass. This is a significant advantage because biomass is a resource of rapidly growing importance in what many analysts refer to as the burgeoning global “bioeconomy.” Biomass is the basis for making renewable bioenergy, biofuels and other bioproducts that are increasingly replacing fossil-fuel based products.