Registration for the September 2017 Career Fair will open in June. To receive an evite, please email Kate Baker: email@example.com
The hirewesternu Job Fair is another exciting opportunity to recruit at Western University. Companies who recruit at this Fair are seeking to fill new graduate, summer, internship/co-op and part-time roles. You can educate Western students and alumni about your industry, promote the roles you offer, and explain what it takes to be successful within your organization.
Our Job Fair attracts students from over 200 programs in 12 different faculties, with an approximate attendance of 1500 – 2000...making this one of the best ways to connect with Western's Extraordinary Talent!
Questions about the Fair?
Contact Kate Baker, Employer Relationship Developer: firstname.lastname@example.org or 519-661-2111 x82683
Maximize your visibility, build your brand!
If you are looking to generate even more excitement about your organization, consider becoming a Fair Sponsor. Our sponsorship opportunities provide you a unique edge with extensive visibility, promotion through social media, and campus-wide print material promotion. Sponsoring a Fair is an excellent way to put your organization at the forefront, and create additional interest about your organization and its opportunities.
If you are interested in sponsoring this year's Job Fair, please contact Kate Baker, Employer Relationship Developer: email@example.com or 519-661-2111 x82683
The fee for Registration is $565 + HST and includes:
You will register through your CareerCentral account and follow the directions below:
New User? You must first create an account on CareerCentral:
We anticipate between 1500 and 2000 students and alumni at each of our Fairs. These students and alumni are from a broad range of academic disciplines.
Larger booths are reserved for our Fair Sponsors. If you are interested our sponsorship opportunities, please contact Kate Baker: firstname.lastname@example.org or 519-661-2111 x82683
You will have access to one electrical outlet at your booth.
There is no internet access.
No printing or photocopying is available at the Fair, so please bring a sufficient supply of materials. If you require photocopies, you can visit the University Community Centre or BooksPlus on Western Road.
Contact Paul Perret at 519-661-2111 ext 89082 or email@example.com to make arrangements for your session.
All organizations recruiting at Western University are expected to comply with all applicable federal, provincial and municipal laws, including but not limited to laws relating to human rights, employment standards, occupational health and safety, and labour laws.
The Student Success Centre at Western University reserves the right to prohibit an employer from participating in any of its events based on an employer's failure to comply with the law, and complaints, behaviors or actions contrary to the guidelines listed in this document, and for any other reason at the reasonable discretion of The Student Success Centre.
Please carefully review the policies below for recruiting at the Career Fair or Job Fair:
1. Your organization will be promoting current or upcoming *paid employment opportunities within your company, such as:
- Full-time employment (35+ hours/week)
- Part-time employment (<35 hours/week)
- Summer Employment (May 1st - August 31st)
- Work Integrated Learning opportunities, such as: Internship, Co-op, Practicum
2. Should an organization be promoting Work Integrated Learning opportunities, (e.g. internship, co-op and/or practicum) The Student Success Centre reserves the right to request to review the opportunity, in advance of attendance
An internal committee assesses whether the offering is applicable to the Western student body as a whole, as well as other organizational and community outcome factors. Should the offering be deemed ineligible, The Student Success Centre will notify the organization, and reserves the right to cancel an organization's registration, or mandate that the organization only promote opportunities eligible for promotion at the fair.
3. An organization will **not promote products or a service
The focus of a participating organization will be to recruit Western students for employment opportunities, not to promote products or services offered.
*Promoting unpaid or volunteer opportunities at the Career Fair or Job Fair is not permitted. Please contact Dave Cano on the Experiential Learning Team to discuss any unpaid or volunteer opportunities available within your organization: firstname.lastname@example.org
**All vendors must abide by the University Policy on Advertising and Commercial Activity, 1.12 when on-campus. A reasonable amount of items with organization branding (i.e. swag) is permitted at an organization's booth at the fair location. This can include pens, sticky notes and other small items for distribution to students during conversations regarding employment opportunities.
Cancellations will not be accepted verbally, and must be emailed to: email@example.com
Should an organization be eligible for a refund, a cancellation fee will apply and will be deducted from the registration cost. The remaining amount will be returned within 5 business days.
The Student Success Centre reserves the right to cancel a Fair based on severe weather conditions which result in the closure of Western University. In the case of event cancellation by The Student Success Centre, participating organizations who have submitted payment of registration at the time of cancellation will be offered participation at the next year’s fair. No registration fee refunds will be issued.
Notice of cancellation will appear on hirewesternu.ca.
Neither a refund nor a compensatory registration at an upcoming Fair will be issued if the Fair is in operation and an exhibitor is unable to attend due to severe weather in his/her geographical region.