On-Campus Information Sessions
We welcome you to promote your company to U of T Engineering students through on-campus information sessions. We can help you book space on campus for your session and advertise the event to students. The presentation format, information and speakers are determined by you, the employer.
There are two optimal times in the year to host information sessions:
- September to November; and
- January to mid-February.
Most employers opt for sessions that run for one hour. Given students' varied schedules, hosting a session in the early evening or during lunch hour tend to be well attended.
We also work with the U of T Career Centre to ensure that info sessions targeting engineering students are advertised to the appropriate students.
To organize an employer information session on campus, please contact Joanne Huynh at email@example.com In your message, please indicate the types of students you're looking to attract (e.g., engineering students of a particular discipline, new graduates, current students) and the kinds of positions you're looking to fill (e.g., full-time positions, ESIP positions, PEY Co-op positions).
Annual On-Campus Career Events
U of T hosts a number of on-campus events throughout the year to help employers recruit top engineering talent in a wide range of positions.
University of Toronto Career Fair – September 17th, 2019
The University of Toronto Career Fair is the University of Toronto’s largest annual career fair for students. The University of Toronto Career Fair is open to University of Toronto students and recent graduates from all three campuses and is a great opportunity to meet with students.
Engineering Fall Career Fair- September 27th, 2019
the Engineering Career Centre is excited to partner with the University of Toronto You’re Next Career Network (YNCN) to host an engaging career fair focused on bringing together Engineering and Tech students with industry-leading companies.
YNCN is a reputable and successful student-run, multi-disciplinary team that brings rich and impactful options for career development to over 4000 students every year. The ECC is thrilled to collaborate with YNCN to deliver innovative services, to both our students and employers, for efficient and fruitful recruitment results.
You're Next Career Network (YNCN) Winter Career Fair – Early 2020. Date TBD
The You’re Next Career Network (YNCN) is a student run organization empowering students to fulfill their professional development goals. YNCN helps students discover, prepare and apply for their dream careers - whether it be exposing students to job opportunities from the likes of Google, Flipp, and Pepsi at their flag ship career fairs – the largest on campus! The YNCN winter career fair connects 80+ companies with 2,800+ engineering students in a one-day recruitment and networking event.
New Grad Career Fair – Early 2020. Date TBD
In partnership with Ryerson University, this event connects final-year engineering students and new grads with up to 100 unique companies from 30 industries looking to hire for full-time positions. In addition to the traditional fair format, students will have access to a professional photo booth, resume review, and mini coaching briefs from career educators. The New Grad Career fair has a unique focus on Equity Diversity and Inclusion.
** Note in 2019 it was held on February 7th, 2019
Graduate Engineering Career Fair- Early Spring 2020 Date TBD
This is your opportunity to recruit graduate students and recent alumni with graduate degrees (MEng, MASc, PhD and MHSc) from Canada’s #1-ranked engineering school. you will have access to more than 2,000 ambitious change-makers across seven engineering departments who are pursuing or have recently attained their master’s or doctoral degrees at U of T Engineering. They represent some of the brightest minds in Canada, and are eager to make their mark within a range of industries.
** Note in 2019 it was held on May 7th, 2019
Inquiries: Teresa Didiano, M.Sc., Special Programs Coordinator, Troost Institute for Leadership Education in Engineering