Register For an Interactive Global Virtual Career Fair Series this Fall

| September 4, 2020
Submitted by Nia Lagleva for Career and Professional Development
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Both students and alumni are invited to connect with companies and organisations from around the globe in a sophisticated job fair simulation environment that enables real-time interaction between recruiters and candidates.

Event details: 

  • September 15 – November 19
    • Includes eight weeks of three-day events (Tuesday to Thursday).
  • Click here to view a list of pre-registered employers who will be attending

Agenda (by sector):

  • September 15-17: Management, Organisation, Leadership, Business, Strategy
  • September 22-24: Finance, Accounting, Economics, Risk, Business Intelligence, Analytics, Consulting
  • September 29-October 1: Supply Chain, Logistics, Project Management, Transportation
  • October 6-8: Global MBA
  • October 13-15: Digital Marketing, Communications, PR, Digital Media
  • October 27-29: Start-ups, Entrepreneurship, Innovation
  • November 10-12: NGOs, International Organizations, Public Administration, CSR
  • November 17-19: Big Tech, Engineering, Biotech, Pharma, Telecom

How to register:

  • Log in or create an account with your McMaster email at
  • Click on the tab in the top toolbar of the platform called “Virtual Career Fairs”
  • Confirm your attendance to the fairs of your interest
  • Attend the upcoming Masterclass on Thursday, September 10 at 17:00 CEST – “Succeed in Your Fall Hiring Processes in a Virtual World” to best prepare for the virtual fairs!

The Career and Professional Development (CPD) team is always here to support you and is continuing to look for ways to enhance your job search. If you have any questions or want to learn more about the CPD team, visit their website.


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