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Queen's University Career Fair - Information for Educators  

Reach out to 1200+ students who want to connect with you about professional development, further education opportunities and employment, . The annual Career Fair is the premier recruitment event at Queen's University. You will meet students and alumni from all years, programs and disciplines. 

Costs 

Costs:
The cost to register for the Career Fair depends on the package you select. There are 2 (two) packages:

Package Option Closing Date Price (plus HST)

Standard Advertising Package  |  Limited available

  • Colour advertisement in Resume magazine (over 2,500 copies printed and distributed to students)
  • Institution listed in online Employer Guide Fair program
  • Skirted 4' X 6' table with white cloth 
  • Lunch for 4 (four) representatives  
    (Costs for each additional representative $30)
  • Electricity available in requested
July
20th, 2018

 

Full page ad:
$1,300

 

Half page ad:
$875

Quarter page ad:
$650
 

Basic Booth Package

  • Institution listed in online Employer Guide and Fair program 
  • Skirted 4' X 6' table with white cloth 
  • Lunch for 2 (two) representatives
    (Cost for each additional representatives $30)
  • Electricity available if requested 

September
14, 2018

 

$375

 

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Registration Deadline

The deadline to register is Friday, September 14, 2018.  Registration may close earlier if the maximum number of sports has been reached. 

To learn about sponsorship opportunities or to customize an above pacakge, please contact JoAnne at qocr@queensu.ca or call 613-533-6189
 

Logistics

Booth Setup & Hours

Booth set up begins at 8:30 a.m. and includes:

  • Skirted table with white table cloth and chair
  • Internet and electricity if requested 

Career Fair hours are 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Shipping Your Materials

If you are shipping ahead of time, please ensure their arrival to the Career Services office by 4:00 p.m. on Friday September 21st, 2018. The packages will then be awaiting you at your assigned booth on the day of the fair.

Items must be clearly labeled and directed as follows:

  • Exhibitor's Name
  • Name of the event: Queen's University Career Fair
  • Date of event: Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Care of:
Queen's University September Career Fair
Attention: Employer Team 
Queen's University Career Services Gordon Hall, 3rd Floor
74 Union Street, Kingston, ON K7L 3N6

​Parking/Directions

Parking is not included in the registration package. Parking is available at the Stuart Street Underground lot. The entrance to the garage is on the north side of Stuart Street, at the intersection of Stuart and Lower University.

The garage is located a few blocks south of the ARC, so if you have materials to drop off, you can do so at the main entrance of the ARC at 284 Earl St. before proceeding to the garage.

 

Past Participants Review
Here's what previous exhibitors at our Career Fair have to say:

Thank you both for the success of yesterday. The fair was exceptionally well organized, attended, and my staff delighted with the candidates we met.

You guys put together a great event. Everything was well organized. [We] found it easy to get our gear unloaded and set up, and the staff was very helpful. All in all I feel like we had a successful day.

Sponsorship Opportunities
Sponsorship is an excellent way to build brand awareness among your target student audience. Sponsors also receive benefits at their chosen career event, which can include premium booth locations, recognition on event materials and social media, advertisement space in our new Resume Magazine and Featured Employer Directory, unlimited Featured job postings on our MyCareer portal, and a free interview room.
For more information on sponsorship opportunities please connect with Events and Employer Development Coordinator, JoAnne Metcalfe at qocr@queensu.ca or 613-533-6189

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Frequently Asked Questions

Who is the student audience at this event?
This Fair attracts upwards of 1,500 students annually from all years, programs, and disciplines.
How do students prepare for this event?
Queen's students can access Career Services resources such as counseling year-round. During the academic year, qualified counselors run student workshops, including a series on preparing for each Career Fair. Students are encouraged to read our exhibitor guide and do their research before attending. On the day of the event, many bring their resume and are prepared to set up an interview. Once at the Career Fair, students are greeted by our counselors, and can even participate in a Tour of the event.
How can I maximize my impact at the Fair?
  • Send representatives who can speak directly to your current opportunities, especially Queen's alumni or other new graduates who can connect with students.
  • Maximize your impact at the fair through sponsorship of our LinkedIn Booth, On-Site Resume Clinic, or Student Ambassador Apparel.
  • Maintain a year-round presence on campus in print and online with an Advertisement Package.
  • Build your brand awareness with students through an Information Session Package.
  • Post your current job opportunities to our MyCareer portal to reach as many Queen's students as possible.