Career & Job Fair

80 Employers/Organizations are ready to hire!

Time to get career ready for this Sold Out Event!

Part-Time/Full-Time/Contract/Placement/Co-op Opportunities

When:  Wednesday, January 31, 2024 | 10:00 a.m. —  3:00 p.m.
Where: Shuniah Building | Student Lounge | Ryan Hall Cafeteria | Thunder Bay Campus (Campus Map) (Exhibitor Map)
Who: Current students, prospective graduates, alumni, community job seekers.

Confederation College’s Career & Job Fair is the event to support students, upcoming graduates, alumni and community job seekers to get connected to our employer partners. This event is designed to help individuals to learn about opportunities and make connections with key local, provincial, regional and national employers.  

Complimentary parking is offered to event participants and exhibitors in the Green Lots (F, E & D).

How to Prepare

  1. Attend a Drop-in Career & Job Fair Preparation Workshop at NEW:
    • Wednesday, January 17, 2024 | 12:30 p.m. — 1:30 p.m.
    • Wednesday, January 24, 2024 | 12:30 p.m. — 1:30 p.m.
      Learn how to prepare for a career & job fair and receive tips for getting the most of the event. In addition, you can receive assistance with updating your resume.
  2. Review the participating employers prior to the event and do some initial research on each organization/company before attending.  As this is a busy event, each employer has a limited amount of time so the more research you can do in advance, the easier it will be to engage discussions and maximize your time with each employer.  Take notes and follow-up with the employers on any questions afterwards. 
  3. Prepare and update your resume by either attending a drop-in session or booking an appointment.
  4. BANK ON IT – Two Job Banks for Thunder Bay and Regional Job Search

    • Visit NEW’s Job Bank for opportunities in Thunder Bay, Marathon or Dryden community job seekers.

    • Visit the My Career Job Bank to view or apply to current recruitments for students, graduates and alumni.


Registered Employers

Atikokan Health and Community Services

Barrick Hemlo

Bayshore Home Solutions

Bayside Geoscience Inc.

BDO Canada LLP


Brain Injury Services of Northern Ontario (BISNO)

Canadian Mental Health Association


City of Thunder Bay


Community Living Thunder Bay

Confederation College (Human Resources)

CRC Communications

CSI North West


Digital Engineering Inc

Dilico Anishinabek Family Care

Enbridge Greenwich Wind Farm

Englobe Corp

Equipment World Inc

Ericksons LLP

First Student

George Jeffrey Children's Centre

Geraldton District Hospital

Grant Thornton LLP


Indigenous Services Canada

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 402


KF Aerospace

KGS Group

Lakehead Public Schools

LH North

Matawa First Nations Management

Ministry of the Solicitor General


MNRF - Aviation, Forest Fire and Emergency Services

Ne-Daa-Kii-Me-Naan Inc.

Newmont Musselwhite Mine

Nishnawbe-Aski Legal Services Corporation

North of Superior Healthcare Group

North Star Air

North Superior Workforce Planning Board

Northern Peak HR

NorWest Community Health Centres

Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry

Ontario Native Women's Association

Ontario Parks


OPTIONS Northwest


ParaMed Home Healthcare

Parks Canada

Pine View Nurseries

Pioneer Construction

Saketcheway Anishinabe School

Science North

SE Health


Sioux Lookout First Nation Health Authority

Southbridge Care Homes - Pinewood

Special Investigations Unit

St. Joseph's Care Group

Superior-Greenstone District School Board

Synergy North


TBT Engineering Limited

The District of Thunder Bay Social Services Administration Board

The Salvation Army Journey to Life Centre

Thunder Bay Police Service

Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre


Valhalla Hotel & Conference Centre

Wasaya Airways



William W. Creighton Youth Services

WSP Canada


Students & Upcoming Graduates

If you need support with your resume or cover letter, or require advice on how to navigate a career & job fair, please reach out to Student Career Services

  • Book a 1:1 Career Coaching Session by clicking here
  • Submit a resume and cover letter for feedback by clicking here
  • Stop by Sibley Hall to access NEW’s Community Employment Resource Centre (960 William St.)


Community Job Seeker

If you need support with your resume or cover letter, or require advice on how to navigate a career and job fair, please reach out to Northwest Employment Works!

  • Request an appointment with an Employment Advisor by clicking here
  • Stop by NEW’s Community Employment Resource Centre at 960 William Street



We look forward to welcoming you to our Main Campus! Our team has prepared an FAQ for your reference.

To encourage successful recruitments, Bank on Applications by posting job opportunities to our Job Banks:

If you have any questions about the career and job fair, please contact Patty Habl-Gregory, Career Development Advisor by phone at 807-475-6626 or [email protected].