Get Ready On-Campus Recruitment – Workshops, Events & More!

| August 16, 2022
Submitted by Danielle Little for BCom CPD Team
This message does not apply to part-time students.

Employers are eager to engage and find top talent this Fall with new grad 2023 opportunities – we call this On-Campus Recruitment and it is already underway.

This year there will be several virtual and in-person opportunities to network, apply and interview with employers.

Don’t know how you’ll navigate Recruitment Events, Applications & Interviews? Didn’t know employers hired this far in advance? We’ve got you covered!

The Career and Professional Development (CPD) Team will be hosting 3 workshops to discuss how to make the most out of the upcoming On-Campus Recruitment Cycle.

Join us to learn more about:

  • Processes and timelines
  • Tips & Tricks to ensure success
  • How to navigate Recruitment Events, Applications, and Interviews
  • CPD Resources & Contacts
  • Open Q&A

Sign-up for the workshop that fits your schedule:

  • Wednesday, September 7
    Time: 2:30 – 3:30 p.m. (ET)
    OSCARplus
  • Friday, September 9
    Time: 10:30 – 11:30 a.m. (ET)
    OSCARplus

Registration in OSCARplus is required. All level students are welcome to join!

Stay in the know with all things Recruitment

As a final year student, you have been added to the DeGroote On-Campus Recruitment 2022 Microsoft Teams group. The group is set-up with various “interest” channels to make it easier for you to gather information regarding aligned opportunities. Turn on your notifications to see what’s already happening!

If you have secured a role or have other plans after graduation, you can always remove yourself from the group!

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