Get Hired: Summer & Full-Time Job Fair

Get Hired - Summer and full-time job fair.

#GetHiredUTM

Wednesday, January 15, 2020
10 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
RAWC, University of Toronto Mississauga


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 vanisa.dimitrova@utoronto.ca for more details.

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

 

GHF Pro-tips

Organization Information Booklet (2019)

GHF Floorplan and Opportunities (2019)

 

Attending Organizations (2020)

Check back regularly - more organizations to come.

Arctic Glacier

Bayshore Specialty Rx

Bonanza Gardens

Brightspark Travel

Camp Kodiak

CBSA

City Sightseeing Toronto

ClubRunner

Dalriada Drug Discovery

DHL Express Canada Ltd.

Discover Ability Network by The Ontario Chamber Of Commerce

Enterprise Holdings

EVAMAX Group

Explore and Odyssey Programs

FactSet Research Systems, Inc.

FirstOntario Credit Union

GoodLife Fitness

Halton Regional Police Service

Mad Science of Toronto

Metro Inc.

Monarch House

Moneris

OAKLearning

Quarterback Transportation

RCMP

Reynolds and Reynolds

Service Canada

Sherwin Williams Paint

Skillo Marketing

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

TransCore Link Logistics

University of Toronto, Master of Management & Professional Accounting

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, January 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