Job search and networking opportunities for all students continue online this term as pandemic restrictions remain in place. Faculty and staff are encouraged to promote these activities to students exploring their career options.
Upcoming events this month include:
Indigenous Student Professional Networking Event – Wednesday, January 19, 4-6 p.m.
Co-hosted by Queen’s Career Services, Four Directions Indigenous Student Center and Aboriginal Access to Engineering, Indigenous students and recent Queen’s graduates can connect with potential employers that can lead to short- and long-term career opportunities .
First piloted in November 2020, the event was a success for both students and employers who recognize and value the contributions of Indigenous colleagues, employees and partners.
Students can register on MyCareer.
Engineering and Technology Fair – January 19-20
This two-day event is open to all students and recent graduates looking for internships and full-time jobs in the fields of engineering and technology.
On Wednesday, January 19, Career Services staff members and CV coaches will be available to provide guidance and support to help prepare participants to meet employers the following day.
Students from all disciplines are encouraged to attend, as recruiters often look for candidates other than those with a background in engineering and technology. Once registered, students can preview exhibitor booths and find out which employers will be attending, their organizations and available jobs.
Students and recent graduates are invited to register below for one or both days:
Summer Opportunities Fair – January 26, 10:30am-3:30pm
This annual event is open to all students and connects them with employers for summer jobs, including part-time positions, internships, international experiences, and more.
Once registered, students can preview exhibitor booths. Some booths may not be fully set up before the event date and additional booths are added as exhibitors continue to register.
For all Career Services events, services and supports, visit careers.queensu.ca