Organizations promoting current and upcoming paid employment opportunities within their organization may register.
Promotion of products and/or services is strictly prohibited.
Third party international internships may not be promoted at the fair. If you are a third party organization providing international internship opportunities, please contact Western International to learn more about partnering with Western: email@example.com
Volunteer and Unpaid opportunities may not be promoted at this fair. If you have volunteer/unpaid opportunities available, please contact Hope Aquino-Chen to learn more about the Volunteer Fair, happening in mid-September: firstname.lastname@example.org
The fee for Registration is $565 + HST and includes:
Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis through our portal, CareerCentral
New to CareerCentral?- You will need to first create an account by going to this link
Existing CareerCentral User- Login to your CareerCentral account
The deadline to register is when booths sell-out (typically late July/early August). If booths do not sell-out, the deadline is one week before the event (September 25th).
We recommend registering before the end of July, to increase the chance of securing a booth. This is one of our most popular fairs.
The Career Fair is an event that takes place in the Fall term. At this Fair, you can promote opportunities that students can pursue following graduation, and also any internship or co-op offerings becoming available for current students. Western offers over 45 different internship/co-op programs, and you can find our full list at this link. You can also contact us at 519-661-3619 or email@example.com to learn more.
The Job Fair is an event that takes place in the Winter term. The Job Fair is for organizations who are recruiting for new graduate, internship/co-op, part-time, and summer positions.
We anticipate between 1500 and 2000 students, alumni, and community members at each of our Fairs. These students and alumni are from a broad range of disciplines and academic levels (Undergraduate, Masters, and PhD).
We also see many of our first and second year students at these fairs, as they are gathering information and starting to build their professional network. This is a good place to start building your brand and creating awareness for this group about what your organization offers.
In addition, we see many of our highly-skilled alumni and community members at these events. These alumni and community members are often eligible for your immediate hire opportunities.
To learn more about the different programs offered at Western please visit this link, or contact one of our Employer Relationship Developers to discuss your needs and building your Western talent pipeline: 519-661-3619 or firstname.lastname@example.org
We will not be offering larger booths for this fair, due to a venue change. We will be back in our regular venue for the Job Fair in the winter, and larger booths will be available.
You will have access to one electrical outlet at your booth.
We will provide wifi information when you arrive at the fair, so that you may try to connect your devices. However, we cannot guarantee connectivity or that a consistent signal will be available throughout the day.
Please bring a sufficient supply of materials.
You can find more details and book online by visiting our information session page.