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.
More information: http://events.yorku.ca/#event|career-fair-fall-2017|51006
Power, Public Policy, and Living Conditions: The Social Determinants of Oral Health.
Canadians occupying vulnerable social and economic locations in society are more likely to experience problematic oral health. The sources of these inequalities in oral health can be traced to the public policies that inequitably distribute economic and social resources amongst different groups. These public policies are themselves shaped by differences in political and economic power amongst various societal sectors such as the corporate community, the labour movement and civil society.
In this presentation, these concepts are illustrated and means of improving the oral health of all Canadians are presented. York University Professor Dennis Raphael will be speaking.
Created in 1980, the Sport Hall of Fame honours individuals who have significantly contributed to York’s varsity sport program as athletes, coaches and administrators, and who have exemplified the spirit and ideals of York University sports in their professional and community life.
2017 induction class:
Peter Bedard (MBA ’93), men’s tennis;
Greg Rolston (BA ’89), men’s hockey;
Jeff Johnson (BA ’00), football;
Frank Cosentino, football coach;
Melanie Roach (BA ’03), women’s hockey;
Patricia Murray, coach/builder.
For more information on York’s Sport Hall of Fame, visit yorkulions.ca/halloffame.
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