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Engineering & Technology Fair - Information for Students

  • Want a behind-the-scenes look at the fair and meet and network with employers before the fair – sign up to be a Career Services Ambassador Volunteer 
  • Meet employers – from the Engineering or Technology sector.
  • Get career help (student prep area; drop-in career advising; resume checks on-site)
  • Sign up for an Employer Information Session taking place the week of the Fair.  Check out the companies holding sessions here 

2020 Engineering & Technology Winter Exhibitor List  (PDF, 305 KB)

Engineering & Technology January 22, 2020  10:30 am - 3:30 pm – Grant Hall
START HERE - Welcome and Student Prep Area

Before you head in, don't forget to stop by our Student Prep Area:  

  • Use our mirror 
  • Grab a breath mint
  • Get ideas about questions to ask
  • Pick up an event map to help you plan your visit

 Employer Showcase  

  • Meet representatives from organizations and companies from a variety of geographic locations and sectors. Check out the Employers Exhibitor Guide.

Skills Development Zone    

  • Have your resume reviewed by a Career Services Resume Coach
  • Ask your career questions - head over to the drop-in career advising booth (no appointment required)
  • We look forward to seeing you at this year's Engineering & Technology Fair!

Top Tips For Success
Dress Appropriately
Research Exhibitors
Go Alone
SMILE
Introduce Yourself

How we help

Queen's Best Resume Magazine - Volume #1 2018 (.pdf, 14.9 MB)
Success Strategies for Career Fairs  - workshop
Information Interviewing - tipsheet (.pdf, 992 kB)
Dress code guidelines - tipsheet(.pdf, 26 kB)
Drop-in Career Advising Hours 

Wondering about resumes at career fairs?

Do your homework. Investigate the companies and schools that will be at the fairs. Check their websites for what they do and how they generally recruit. There might be a mention of what they want in their applications and whether or not they encourage submission of resumes at fairs.

Then, review your current resume to ensure that it includes the best mix of education (courses completed, courses currently being taken) and experience (paid and unpaid) for each particular employer. This may mean customizing two or three resumes to take with you to the fair.  Get resume help, if needed.