Recruit on Campus


Throughout the academic year, Student Career Services welcomes employers on campus to engage with students in those programs that have a co-op or work placement component, as well any other program.

This event can be a great opportunity for your business, large or small to meet and build a mutually rewarding relationship with students that are planning ahead for a work placement or co-op work term.

  • We will set you up in a high traffic location – in proximity to the postsecondary program/s you wish to recruit from
  • No fees attached
  • Booth bookings can occur Monday through Thursday between the hours of 8:30 to 3:30 p.m. Duration of stay is up to you!
  • Table, chairs and parking permit provided


For classroom presentations our professional staff will work with faculty and program coordinators (in those programs you wish to recruit from) to arrange this.

  • Booth set-up and a classroom presentation available  Wednesday's with 10:00 to 12:20 booth set-up, followed with a 50-minute classroom presentation 12:30 to 1:20 p.m.
  • No fees attached
  • Audio/visual equipment available
  • Parking permit provided


Student Career Services can partner with Northwest Employment Works (NEW) to host private career/job fairs for our employer partners.  These program/industry specific fairs can help support your recruiting needs, while supporting our graduates, alumni and community jobseekers gain meaningful employment – all free of charge! 

Our staff can provide a variety of services – for example:

  • Pre-screening of candidates
  • Collecting resumes and cover letters
  • Providing breakout rooms for 1:1 interviews/chats for the HR/Hiring Managers and candidates
  • We also will track the total amount of attendees and will compile it and provide to you (this helps with follow up of candidates)

We will help market the fair by:

  • General communication to the student body (posting on student news, promotion to the Student Union and student leaders, promotion on the digital display monitors across campus buildings)
  • Program specific communication – targeted email to program groups and upcoming graduates
  • Faculty communication ensuring all students and upcoming graduates are aware of the fair
  • Information to work placement and co-op students
  • Work with Northwest Employment Works to target community jobseekers and clients in their employment programs

"Employer In The House" and "Employer Information Session"- Request Form