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Career Fairs and Events

Career Fair
Career fairs and other employment events allow employers to showcase their company and discuss employment opportunities with a focused group of employment-ready students and graduates.


Career Fairs - are large events, set up in a trade show format, for employers to network with graduating year students, as well as graduates, in specific program areas (e.g., business administration) to discuss both specific positions and career opportunities in general.

Job Fairs - are targeted events with specific themes (e.g., Summer Jobs Fair) for a variety of employers to be on campus at the same time to discuss specific employment positions with students.

Networking Events - are opportunities for students to connect with employers relevant to their fields of study in order to learn what is happening in the industry and the job market.

Check our list of upcoming employment events to find the one(s) that suit your needs. Then download registration forms or contact our Employer Services Team if you have questions. Registration includes:
  • pre-event publicity - whiteboards, posters & online
  • listing on our web site, including link to your corporate site while listed
  • display table or space for your booth
  • company identification sign
  • on-campus parking
  • meal or refreshments (depending on event timeframe)
Have you heard about our Career Mentoring program? The aim of the Connections program is to match current Sheridan students with alumni and industry Mentors to gain insightful guidance and assistance with their career paths.