Q: Where will the Career Fair be held?
The Career Fair will be held in the Casa Loma Campus gymnasium.
Q: What do I need to get into the Career Fair?
Registration is required to gain access to the Career Fair. Register for the event online at GBCareers
A resume and dress code check will be required in order to gain admittance to the Career Fair. You must present your resume to be admitted to the Career Fair.
Q: What time should I come to the Career Fair?
The Career Fair will be on from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM. Give yourself enough time to meet with the employers by not coming during the last half hour. The Career Fair will promptly end at 2:00pm so please strategize on who you would like to meet.
Q: I’m a graduate of a GBC Technology Programs and am seeking work. Can I attend the Career Fair?
Yes you can!
The Career Fair is intended for currently registered full time students however if you are seeking work; please let us know by sending us a brief email to firstname.lastname@example.org so we can keep you updated on the day’s events and add you to the registration list.
Q: How do I prepare for the Career Fair?
- Visit this web page frequently to see the attending organization’s employer profiles.
- Research the organizations in advance of the Fair so you know who you want to target that day and you can come knowledgeable about the company.
- Attend a workshop to help you make the most of the Career Fair.
- Dress to assist with giving the best impression you can.
Q: What is the difference between a Career Fair and a Job Fair?
A Career Fair is an opportunity for students to network with employers and learn about career opportunities that may be available to you upon graduation. In addition, many of the employers in attendance are currently recruiting for co-op positions, internships and permanent or contract positions either immediately or after graduation. At a Job Fair, organizations have job opportunities available at the time of the Fair or within six months following the Fair. Job Fairs can encompass employers hiring for summer, co-op, full-time, part-time, and permanent or contract positions.