Information Session & Booths

Information sessions and pop-up booths are a great way for employers to connect with talented Queen’s students, promote their brand across campus, and meet their recruitment needs. Please email with any questions.

Information Sessions

Companies or education programs that want to recruit Queen’s students or raise students’ awareness of their organization or programs are invited to hold information sessions on campus. These sessions are a means of networking with interested students and presenting your organization, culture and job opportunities. Career Services makes the process simple by handling all logistical components including:

  • Strategizing with your company to develop the most effective information session for your needs (i.e. Presentation, Informal Networking Event, Panel Discussion, Q&A, etc.)
  • Promoting the event to your target audience
  • Tracking student audience through an online RSVP system
  • Providing a host on the day of the event to ensure optimal event delivery

Pop-Up Booths

An Information Booth is an opportunity for educational, employment, volunteer or professional organizations to set up a table or booth in high traffic areas of campus. Information Booths offer students a chance to meet people from organizations in a friendly, informal venue to ask questions and learn about what’s "out there" for them. Information Booths are advertised on our weekly events calendar.


  • Information session on-campus: $250 + catering
  • Information session online: $150 (using Zoom or other event platforms)
  • Pop-Up Booth at the Queen's Centre: $210

Prices are in CAD and do not include HST.

Information sessions are available Monday-Thursday with start times of 5:30 or 6:30 p.m. Sessions typically last one hour, but length can be altered depending on your needs.

The Events and Employer Development Coordinator will work with you to determine the best time of year to reach your target audience.

Peak attendance: September, October, and January 
Low attendance: Early November, February, and early March 

Sessions are not typically scheduled in late November, December, late March, April, or during the summer months.

Career Services will determine the best strategy for reaching your target audiences. All information sessions are posted on our MyCareer event calendar and in our weekly bulletin. Career Services may also email departments and student groups with event information. Where appropriate, the event will be posted on our social media accounts.

Employers are encouraged to promote their (virtual) visit to campus through channels such as your recruitment website, LinkedIn, Alumni networks, and social media. Jobs posted to our MyCareer job portal can also be linked to your upcoming information session.

Career Services would be pleased to assist you with specific disability accommodations or alternate formats needed to facilitate your participation. Please contact us at 613-533-2992 or