Participate in Career Education
Stand out to our top talent by building and maintaining a strong presence on campus. Contributing to the career education of students improves your brand awareness and makes your organization more attractive to potential candidates.
Alumni Fireside Chats
Throughout the academic year, we hold a series of fireside chats with U of T alum that are educational in nature. Having member of your staff participate to offer insight into their career and industry, give advice, and inspire our students is an effective way to improve your brand awareness and inspire students to apply to your organization.
Past themes include: communications and marketing, government, math and computer science, non-profit, HR, geography and environment, applied health care, accounting, economics, earth sciences, and more.
Job Shadow Program
Job shadow is a model of experiential learning whereby students gain a first-hand look at a work environment within an industry. During this experience, students engage with professionals/hosts who can help in their academic decision-making and career planning.
By participating as a host in our Job Shadow Program and sharing your insights and experiences, you play an active role in educating students about your career field and the workplace.
UTM has over 140 recognized student clubs and academic societies. Connecting with them can be an excellent way to promote your organization.
Get Experience Week
Tap into our elite UTM candidate pool and meet students across all areas of study. We offer themed recruitment events in September and January.
In The Field
Host a short site visit at your organization to show our students the different divisions and opportunities within your offices. In The Field is a customized employer engagement opportunity that allows students to visit an organization and learn about its day-to-day operations. Note: Cancelled for 2021-22.
Send us handouts, brochures or posters promoting your organization or the available job(s). We can post them on our UTM Career Centre bulletin boards.