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Reverse Career Fairs

At our Reverse Career Fairs, students and graduates host tables and employers circulate the room to share information about their job and internship opportunities. Employers are looking for the skills our students are developing inside and outside the classroom, such as leadership, team-building, event planning, and problem-solving. We currently host two different Reverse Career Fairs, one for students in our Faculty of Business and Information Technology programs, and one for students in our Faculty of Engineering and Applied Sciences, and Faculty of Energy Systems and Nuclear Science programs.

Engineering Reverse Career Fair

The Engineering Reverse Career Fair gives employers a chance to network with undergraduate and graduate students to discuss co-op, internship, and new graduate opportunities at your organization. Students from all of our engineering programs will be displaying and sharing the skills, research, and projects they have completed at the university. You are encouraged to approach student booths to ask questions and converse with the students about their displays.

As part of the fair, employers may also tour:

• Borehole Thermal Energy Storage System
• Nuclear Simulation Laboratory
• Automotive Centre of Excellence
• Electrical Vehicle Research
• Various university labs

The 2018/2019 Engineering Reverse Career Fair took place on Thursday, October 4, 2018. Stay tuned for information on the 2019/2020 Engineering Reverse Career Fair. For more information, contact Janette Banga, Co-op and Internship Coordinator.


FBIT Reverse Career Fair

Friday, November 29, 2019, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

FBIT Reverse Career Fair, hosted in collaboration with the Faculty of Business and Information Technology (FBIT), allows employers to view and discuss Capstone projects and Internship experiences with fourth-year students graduating in April. At this event, you have a chance to:Students networking

  • Meet students in their final year of our Accounting, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Game Development, Human Resources, Marketing or Networking and Information Technology Security programs.
  • Learn about their skills, experience, research, internships and Capstone projects.
  • Share information about your organization and recruit for potential new graduate opportunities.
  • Network with faculty representatives and tour the campus.

For more information, contact Darren Grant, Employment Advisor.

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