The Campus Career Expo (September) is a campus-wide multi-discipline event. It is an excellent venue for employers to influence the careers of students and alumni and to promote their companies. Your organization will be exposed to students from disciplines across campus including Engineering, Commerce, Arts & Science, Agriculture, Geological Sciences, Computer Science, Health Sciences, Education, Kinesiology and general trades.
The Accounting Career Fair (September) is an event that allows current CA Training Offices who are moving over to the new CPA Training Office Designation to meet with accounting students who are looking for their co-op, summer or full time CPA positions.
The Health Sciences Career Fair (September) is an excellent opportunity to recruit students for future health sciences related positions within your organization. Meet with U of S students from the Colleges of Pharmacy & Nutrition, Medicine, Nursing, Physical Therapy, Kinesiology, and the School of Public Health, as well as students from health science programs at Saskatchewan Polytechnic (Kelsey Campus).
The Agriculture & Bioresources Career Fair (November) provides the opportunity to meet with our outstanding Agriculture students and graduates! The event is held in the Agriculture building on campus and targets students from all agriculture majors.
The Education Career Fair (January) welcomes school boards and employers from the various local, provincial, national, and international regions, in order to hire University of Saskatchewan students and alumni.
Additional U of S Career Fairs
- Edwards Networking Event (January) – January 28th and 29th, 2015, free of charge, but must be booked in advance through Edwards Career Services – registration for the 2015 event open in October 2014 – email: firstname.lastname@example.org to be put on the invitation list. Initiations will be emailed out in early October.
- Computer Science Career Fair (February) – organized by the Computer Science Students’ Society
- Physical Therapy Career Fair (June) – organized by the Physical Therapy Student Society, for a fee of $60.00 a booth