D2L’s Co-op & New Grad Virtual Career Fair | Oct 1

| September 23, 2020
Submitted by Nia Lagleva for Career and Professional Development
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Desire2Learn (D2L) is hosting a Co-op and New Grad virtual career fair! Join some of their Senior Leaders and teams to learn more about what many of the amazing departments at D2L are doing to help transform the way the world learns.

Customer Engagement – Thursday, October 1
12 – 1 p.m. (EST)

  • Are you passionate about customer service and helping other? D2L’s Customer Engagement Teams spend their days helping clients better utilize D2L’s software and products to achieve their goals. Join some key members of theur Customer Engagement Team to learn how you can kick start your career in Customer Engagement!

Sales and Business Development – Thursday, October 1 
1 – 2 p.m. (EST)

  • Interested in kick starting a career in Sales or Business Development? Meet D2L’s Senior Sales and Business Development Leaders to learn how the Business Development and Sales teams work together to connect with clients and provide them with learning software to help achieve their education goals!

Technology, Engineering, Design – Thursday, October 1 
2 – 3:30 p.m. (EST)

  • Ever wondered what it is like to work with a product that millons people use on a daily basis? Join D2L’s Senior Leaders and Team Members to discuss how their Technology, Engineering and Design Teams are working towards developing software and products that will transform the way the world learns!

Click here to register.

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