Student Life Events at St. George
Health and Life Sciences Career Fair
Mar 3, 2020 11:00 AM
to 03:00 PM
Medical Sciences Building, Stone Lobby (MS2171)
Registration Deadline: Mar 3, 2020 12:00 PM
Health care and social assistance was the largest contributor to the overall employment growth in 2018 (Statistics Canada). Attend the Health and Life Sciences Career Fair to explore the front-of-the-line healthcare jobs, as well as the unique opportunities and innovative organizations that are emerging within one of Canada's largest and fastest-growing industries.
Join us to...
- Discover organizations, professional career, and employment options in the health and life sciences field
- Speak with recruiters and hiring managers to gain industry insights and understand hiring processes
- Apply for jobs on the spot
Time: 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Location: Medical Sciences Building, Stone Lobby (MS2171)
Your T-Card is required to enter the Fair.
Need more space and less crowding?
Attendees with accommodation needs, academic merit (President's and Pearson Scholars), and Career Fair volunteers and partners (BlueCrew, Peer Career Advisors Program) are invited to access the Career Fair during a less populated period of time (10:30 to 11 AM).
Check out the Health and Life Sciences Career Fair Student Guide for more information about the event and tips on how to prepare.
Recommended pre-Fair workshops (register on CLNx):
Career Chat: Exploring Careers in Health February 26, 12 to 1:30 PM
Interested in careers within health? In this small group session, we will explore strategies for exploring careers in this area, identify possible career options, and discuss industry-specific resources to support your career research.
Finding Full-Time Work March 2, 1 to 3 PM
The search for full-time work is a dynamic, often complex process. This session will equip you with resources, tools, and strategies that will assist you in locating and pursuing a full-time job. Discover places and people to help target your search, and begin developing your personalized job search action plan.
Free Professional Photo Booth
Update your professional profile picture with our professional photography at the Career Fair, brought to you by the University of Toronto Student Union (UTSU). First come, first served. Limited spots available, line up early!
- Breakthrough Autism
- Carecor Health Services Ltd.
- Michael Garron Hospital
- Moorelands Kids
- Rehab First Inc.
- Rehab Centre of Maple
- Roche Canada
- SE Healthcare
- St. Joseph's Care Group
- Thunder Bay Community Economic Development Commission (CEDC)
- Toronto Research Chemicals
- Unity Health Toronto
- Analytical Chemist
- Instructor Therapist for Children and Youth
- Inventory associate
- Lab Technicians
- Marketing Associate
- Medical Science Liaison
- Medical Manager
- Occupational Therapists
- Personal Support Workers
- Pharmacy Techs
- Physician (Family and Specialty)
- Research Scientists
- Registered Nurses
- Scientific Communications
- Speech Language Pathologists
- Synthetic Chemist
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You are welcome to bring copies of your resume to apply in-person. Most employers will also offer you the opportunity to apply online. Please note that you will not have access to a printer at the Fair.
Coat check will not be available at the Fair. Please ensure that you do not leave valuables unattended, including electronics, identification documents, money, etc. We are not responsible for lost or stolen valuables.
Food & Beverages
Meals are not provided at the Fair. No food and beverages are permitted into the event space.
The Fair does not have a dress code. We encourage you to look "professional" as it relates to the organizations and industries you are pursuing.
If you are a person with a disability and require accommodation please email us 10 working days prior to the event.
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