Get Hired: Summer & Full-Time Job Fair


Get Hired - Summer and full-time job fair.


Cancelled for 2021

Visit our Events & Workshops calendar on CLNx to register for:

Student Services Hiring Event - Jan. 20
Employer Networking Event - Summer Jobs - Jan. 27
Employer Information Sessions - various dates

Speak with representatives from dozens of organizations and learn about a wide range of summer, part-time and full-time opportunities!

This fair is exclusively for current U of T students and recent graduates (within two years of graduation). Valid TCards required for entry.

Are you an employer looking to attend our Get Hired Fair? Please contact for more details.

Are you Faculty or Staff at U of T? Attend to meet possible partners for your internships or co-op placements.


Fair Pro Tips

Organization Information Booklet

Floor Plan and Types of Opportunities

Attending Organizations (2020)

Archeoworks Inc.
Arctic Glacier
Armstrong Moving
Aviva Canada Insurance 
Bayshore Specialty Rx
Bison Transport Inc.
Bonanza Gardens
BrightPath Child Care and Early Learning
Brightspark Travel
Camp Kodiak
Camp Tournesol Inc.
Canadian Food Inspection Agency - new
Canon Canada Inc.
CBC Radio Canada
CBSA (Canada Border Services Agency)
City of Toronto, Parks Forestry & Recreation
City Sightseeing Toronto
CNIB Deafblind Community Services
Code Ninjas
Community Living Mississauga
Dalriada Drug Discovery
DHL Express Canada Ltd.
Discover Ability Network by The Ontario Chamber of Commerce - get personalized assistance in DV 3130 between 12:30-3 p.m.
Economical Insurance 
Education First
Enterprise Holdings
Exceed Robotics
Explore and Odyssey Programs
Explorica by Worldstrides 
FactSet Research Systems, Inc. 
FDM Group Canada Inc
FirstOntario Credit Union 
GoodLife Fitness
Halton Regional Police Service
Harding Waterfront Estate - Pegasus Hospitality
Insight Canada
Intact Financial Corporation
Islamic Relief Canada
ISX Canada
Jays Care Foundation
Mad Science of Toronto
Metro Inc.
Monarch House
Moorelands Camp
Ontario Bioscience Innovation Organization 
Options Consulting Solutions
Oracle NetSuite
Quarterback Transportation
Reynolds and Reynolds 
Royal Botanical Gardens
Royal Canadian Navy (Canadian Armed Forces) - new
Service Canada
Shanghai Overseas Education Exchange Centre (SOEEC)
Sherwin Williams Paint
Skillo Marketing
Speridian Technologies Canada
Swob Inc. 
TD Canada Trust
Tech Data Corporation
Temple and Temple Tours Inc. TNT
The Main Event Fun Games Inc.
The Princeton Review Canada
The Tutoring Expert
Toronto Police Service 
Town of Oakville
TransCore Link Logistics
Trillium Health Partners - Offering same-day interviews for summer jobs. Read More about THP at the Fair
University of Toronto, Master of Management & Professional Accounting
Vizetto Inc.
VWR International Co.
YWCA Camp Tapawingo

Preparation Tips

Before coming to the fair, please take note of the following suggested guidelines to ensure you stand out from the crowd and have a resume you're proud to hand out to employers.

Find out who is participating in the fair

Review the list of participating employers and visit their web sites. Think about what types of opportunities are of most interest you. Visit this page often as new organizations will be added as they register.

Update your resume

Highlight key skills and experiences you have that match their needs. Need help with your resume?

  • Attend a Resume & Cover Letter workshop before the fair.
  • Follow-up by booking an individual resume critique. Be ready to discuss your skills and experiences with employers. You can also sign up for our Resume Blitz. Sign-up is in person. The next Resume Blitz session will be offered Tuesday, Jan. 14, 2020. 

Prepare questions 

Try to include questions that show you have done some research about their organization, as potential employers are impressed with candidates that prepare in advance and can demonstrate knowledge of their organization. Before moving on, ask for a business card and find out how you should follow-up after the fair (and make sure you then do a follow-up).

Dress for success

While there is no 'dress code' for the fair, first impressions are important. Put your best foot forward and make sure your attire is neat and tidy. We recommend 'business casual' for the fair. Look through our Dress for Success page.


Useful Resources



This Fair is Co-Curricular Record EligibleCo-Curricular record

The Get Experience & Get Hired Fairs provide students with an opportunity to speak with representatives from dozens of organizations and learn about a wide range of full-time, summer and volunteer job opportunities. Students attended the Fair, made connections with potential employers, and gathered information about organizations and job opportunities.   With the assistance of an Employment Strategist or Career Counsellor, students reflected on the insights gained as well as their long term goals. Students also received coaching on developing a customized job search plan.  

What is required to have this validated:

  • One hour individual appointment with an Employment Strategist or a Career Counsellor
  • Attendance at the Get Experience Fair or the Get Hired Fair
  • One hour follow up Reflection appointment with an Employment Strategist or a Career Counsellor