Klick – Ignite Your Future: Early Talent Networking Event

| November 16, 2023
Submitted by Alex Cotoc for DeGroote School of Business
This message does not apply to part-time students.

Sign up for Klick’s Fall Early Talent Networking Event exclusively for students or new grads who identify as Black or Indigenous, exploring careers in our various fields of expertise.


  • Tuesday, November 28
  • Time: 4:00-6:30 p.m. (EST)
  • Location: 175 Bloor Street East, Toronto ON

Register here.

Klick is the world’s largest independent marketing agency and commercialization partner for life sciences brands, with 1,500+ people headquartered in Toronto and other six global locations. This networking event aims to provide attendees with valuable insights from our top-notch leaders and recruiters, and our main objective is to bring these talented individuals into our pipeline for current and upcoming internship and full-time opportunities.

  • Analytics (careers in Marketing Data Analysis, Data Engineering)
  • Applied Sciences (careers in Biotechnology, AI studies, Engineering)
  • Consulting (careers in Data Sciences, Consulting, Health Sciences, and general disciplines)
  • Creative (careers in Creative Copywriting, Art Direction, Studio Production, Design)
  • Delivery & Project Management (careers in Advertising Project Management)
  • Experience Design (careers in Customer Experience Design (CX), User Experience Research (UX), Content Strategy)
  • Media (careers in Media Planning, Paid Search, Paid Social, Programmatic, Media Operations)
  • Medical (careers in Medical and Pharmaceutical Regulatory Affairs)
  • Strategy (careers in Digital Strategy, Community Management, Social Strategy)
  • Technology (careers in Quality Assurance, Software Development, Digital Transformation)
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