Meet a variety of employers in an exhibition-like setting to learn more about their employment opportunities. Over 65 employers will be exhibiting at this year’s fair and recruiting York students and new grads for: full-time jobs, part-time jobs, internships and summer jobs.
Students are invited to drop by the Victor Phillip Dahdaleh Building (formerly TEL Building) any time between 10am and 3pm to speak to employers.
See the full list of participating employers and tips to prepare for the Career Fair at careers.yorku.ca/fair.
Not sure what career options your degree might lead to? Attend this workshop to learn how the skills you’re developing in your degree and the experiences you’re gaining while at York will help build a foundation for your future.
Registration is required. You may register for this event on the Career Centre’s online system (you must sign up for an account before you will be able to register for any events on the system).
In this workshop, participants will receive a detailed overview of the rights and responsibilities in the accommodations process based on the Ontario Human Rights Code, such as those involving disability (including mental health), creed (religion), and sex/gender. In addition to learning how to request and respond to accommodation needs, participants will learn strategies that will assist in increasing inclusion and accessibility in the York community.
York University’s 6th annual multidisciplinary Undergraduate Research Fair will take place in the Scott Library Collaboratory (2nd floor) on March 7, 2018. Everyone is welcome to drop in to this showcase of undergraduate research work and art exhibit. Students present their projects in the form of poster sessions, presented simultaneously in a friendly, marketplace-like environment. The Art Walk exhibit leading to the Fair will display student art and design work. Several prizes will be awarded, and a reception follows the Fair. Please drop by to help celebrate undergraduate research at York!