Engineering and Technology - For Employers


Queen's University Engineering and Technology Fairs - Information for Employers  

Whether you are hiring today or looking to grow your brand on campus, Queen's students and alumni want to know more about your organization and potential careers.

The popular events, held every October and January, connect Engineering and Technology focused employers with Queen's University's much sought-after engineering and computing students. Many students attend the event eager to discuss internships and post-graduation positions. 

Engineering & Technology Day at Career Expo

  • Date:  Engineering & Technology Day - October 3, 2023. Stay for the full Career Expo - October 3 & 4, 2023
  • Time: To be confirmed
  • Location: Main Gym, Queen's University Athletics and Recreation Centre

Winter 2024 Engineering & Technology Fair

  • Date: TBC
  • Time: TBC
  • Location: Online on Brazen

For more information, about the career fairs and other services, including in job postings, information sessions, and advertisements, please contact the Career Services team via email at


  • Please check back - registration is opening soon!
  • Registration Deadline: TBC -  Registration may close earlier if the maximum number of spots has been reached. 

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 special recognition at event and on social media, preferred booth placement, advertisement space in our new Queen's Best Resumes Magazine, space in the Featured Employer Directory, unlimited Featured job postings on our MyCareer portal.

For more information on sponsorship opportunities please connect with 

Frequently Asked Questions:

This Fair attracts many students twice annually from all years of study in engineering and computing programs. Undergraduates, Masters, and Ph.D students all attend this event.

Queen's students can access Career Services resources such as counselling year-round. During the academic year, qualified counsellors 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 Fair, students are greeted and briefed by our counsellors.

  • 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 or advertising opportunities.
  • Build your brand awareness with students through a Recruitment Package.
  • Post your current job opportunities to our MyCareer portal to reach as many Queen's students as possible.