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Queen's University Engineering and Technology Fair - 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 two-day event held every October connects Engineering and Technology focused employers with Queen's University's much sought-after engineering and computing students. Over 1,300 students attend the day eager to discuss internships and post graduate positions. 

The cost to register for the Engineering and Technology Fair depends on the package you select. There are 4 packages:



Package Option Closing Date

One Day

(plus hst)

Two Days 

(plus hst)

 Sponsor Package - Resume Clinic | One available

  • •Presenting sponsorship of the on-site Resume Clinic 
  • •Recognition on event signage and program
  • •Online Featured Employer Profile
  • •Unlimited featured job postings on MyCareer for 2020-21

BONUS! Half-page colour advertisement in Queen's Best Interview magazine

Register by August 28th for magazine advertisement






Advertisement Package | Limited availability

  • Virtual Booth at the Online Career Fair
  • Colour advertisement in QBI magazine with clickable link*
  • Online Featured Employer Profile
  • 2 complimentary Featured Job Postings on MyCareer

Register by August 28th for magazine advertisement

Full page ad: $1700

Half page ad: $1425

Quarter-page ad: $1175

Full page ad: $1900

Half page ad: $1625

Quarter-page ad: $1375

Recruitment Information Session Package | 8 available (4 per night)

  • Virtual Booth at the Online Career Fair
  • Online Featured Employer Profile
  • Virtual Information session, week before or after the Career Fair
  • 2 complimentary Featured Job Postings on MyCareer.

First come,
first served

$1000 $1200
Booth-Only Registration

First come,
first served

$525 $750

* Clickable link will only be active for limited time, at which time ad will be static


Registration Deadline

The deadline to register is Sept 30, 2020.  Registration may close earlier if the maximum number of spots has been reached. 

To learn about sponsorship opportunities or to customize an above package, please contact 

We’re moving to a virtual fair for 2020. Basic registration fees will be discounted for this year’s fairs (usual rate is $825; 2020 rate is $525). Each of the above packages reflects the lower registration fee as well. Please note: prices do not include HST.

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



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

A very successful job fair that witnessed our booth being extremely busy for the entire day...A personal thanks to you and Queen's University Career Services for organizing a very successful job fair. We received numerous applicants for both summer interns and full-time. - Transformix Engineering .

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 signage at the student preparation room, recognition on exhibitors guide and social media, advertisement space in our new Queen's Best Interviews Magazine and Featured Employer Directory, unlimited Featured job postings on our MyCareer portal.
For more information on sponsorship opportunities please connect with 

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Frequently Asked Questions

Who is the student audience at this event?
This Fair attracts upwards of 1,300 students twice annually from all years of study in engineering and computing programs. Undergraduates, Masters, and Ph.D students all attend this event.
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 Fair, students are greeted and briefed by our counselors.
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.