Calendar

Career Centre workshops and events (including employer recruitment sessions, educator information sessions, Career Conversations panels, and career fairs) are posted on an ongoing basis as they are scheduled.

Oct
22
Wed
2014
GPSE 2014: Getting into an MBA Program Panel @ 001 Vanier College (Renaissance Room)
Oct 22 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

This conversational panel will consist of representatives from MBA programs who will discuss their schools’ strengths and selection processes/requirements (5-7 minutes), and then spend the rest of the time answering students’ questions and giving suggestions on preparing a strong application.

The purpose of this session is to provide students with information and advice by clarifying the differences between and benefits of the participating MBA programs and explaining the application process so that they can create their own strategies for moving forward.

Registration is required. You may register for this event on the Career Centre’s online system (you must sign up for an account before you will be able to register for any events on the system).

Participating Panelists

Sheldon Dookeran
Assistant Director, Full-Time MBA Recruitment and Admissions, Rotman School of Management

The Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto is home to the #1 MBA program in Canada. Located in the heart of downtown Toronto, the nation’s business and financial centre, the Rotman School will transform your career and your leadership potential.


Kristel Glockner
MBA Student Recruitment Officer, HEC Montréal

HEC Montréal is an independant university dedicated to management teaching since 1907. It holds the prestigious triple accreditation from AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA.


Renice Jones
Assistant Director, Recruitment & Admissions, Schulich School of Business

The Schulich MBA is a 16 month program that offers an integrated approach to business fundamentals. It is designed to teach you how to lead through the environmental, social and ethical complexities of modern day business. Year-round study options including full-time, part-time (evening and weekend) and accelerated and the choice of 160 electives across 20 areas of specialization allows for customization of the program to your career goals.


Daniel McBride
Program Manager, Queen's University School of Business

The Queen's Full-Time MBA program is a 12-month program starting each January at the Queen’s campus in Kingston, Ontario. It is designed to develop exceptional leaders, valuable team members and highly effective managers. The program has numerous optional features that can be personalized around individual strengths and aspirations.


Steven Walker
Administrator, Recruiting and Admissions, DeGroote School of Business, McMaster University

DeGroote’s Co-op MBA program is designed for recent graduates (work experience is not required) from all backgrounds to earn their MBA in 28 months while completing one year of paid work experience. Combining academic study with hands-on work experience makes the co-op MBA our most popular program.


GPSE 2014: Financing Graduate Studies, Professional Programs and Repaying your OSAP Loan @ 103 McLaughlin College (Career Centre Presentation Room)
Oct 22 @ 11:30 am – 12:30 pm

This is a useful session for Year 3 and Year 4 students who are coming to the end of their degree and may have some questions regarding repaying their OSAP loan, paying off their student account, and finding some useful tips on funding for graduate studies or professional programs. Topics to be discussed include loan repayment plans, funding options, application processes and tips on where to find information.

Registration is required. You may register for this event on the Career Centre’s online system (you must sign up for an account before you will be able to register for any events on the system).

GPSE 2014: Getting into a Teacher Education Program Panel @ 103 McLaughlin College (Career Centre Presentation Room)
Oct 22 @ 3:15 pm – 4:15 pm

This conversational panel will consist of representatives from Education programs who will discuss their schools’ strengths and selection processes (5-7 minutes), and spend the rest of the time answering students' specific questions and giving suggestions on preparing a strong application.

The purpose of this session is to provide students with information and advice by clarifying the differences between and benefits of the various schools’ programs and explaining the application process so that they can create their own strategies for moving forward.

Registration is required. You may register for this event on the Career Centre’s online system (you must sign up for an account before you will be able to register for any events on the system).

Participating Panelists

Cindy Barnes
Program Advisor, Education
Western University

Western’s Faculty of Education (located in London, Ontario) offers a two year Bachelor of Education program in three program routes: Primary/Junior (and Primary/Junior French), Junior/Intermediate, and Intermediate/Senior. Our program is taught by outstanding, experienced, and award-winning instructors and is designed to introduce teacher candidates to the knowledge and skills required of beginning teachers and to encourage the qualities and enthusiasm of a professional educator.


Heather Crowley
Education Enrolment Advisor
Trent University School of Education & Professional Learning

Trent University’s School of Education & Professional Learning offers a two-year full-time Bachelor of Education degree leading to recommendation to the Ontario College of Teachers for teacher certification. Trent University offers the Primary/Junior division (JK – Grade 6) and Intermediate/Senior division (Grade 7-12). Visit www.trentu.ca/education for admission requirements and application information, including an applicant handbook.


Vanessa Grafi
Manager, Student Services
Faculty of Education, York University
alumni icon Alumna: BA 1995

As one of the largest Faculty’s of Education in Ontario, we strive to provide passionate, creative people with an inspiring environment in which they can cultivate their interests, gain the tools they need to motivate students and engage communities, actively contribute to the evolution of education, and become powerful catalysts for change themselves. We offer two teacher education programs - Concurrent and Consecutive (BEd) degree.


Allison Mackey
Programs Coordinator
Faculty of Education, Queen's University

Our Faculty offers innovative programs with opportunities to specialize and make your own program unique. Our new program for 2015 is unique because it will take place over four consecutive semesters, starting in May and ending in August of the following year. The advantage of the Queen's program is that graduates are out into the job market one year early. The second factor that will make Queen's grads more marketable is that they will all graduate with a concentration.

GPSE 2014: Getting into Law School Panel @ 001 Vanier College (Renaissance Room)
Oct 22 @ 3:15 pm – 4:15 pm

This conversational panel will consist of representatives from law schools who will discuss their schools’ strengths and selection processes (5-7 minutes each), and spend the rest of the time answering students' specific questions and giving suggestions on preparing a strong application.

The purpose of this session is to provide students with information and advice by clarifying the differences between and benefits of the participating law schools and explaining the application process so that they can create their own strategies for moving forward.

Registration is required. You may register for this event on the Career Centre’s online system (you must sign up for an account before you will be able to register for any events on the system).

Participating Panelists

Francine Herlehy
Assistant Dean (Student Services)
University of Windsor Faculty of Law

Windsor Law is situated at the gateway to the Americas and borders a beautiful and artistic waterfront. Our institutional themes are Access to Justice and transnational issues. At Windsor Law, our greatest asset is our people. Our professors are engaged in research and teaching and our staff is committed to students' success. Windsor Law values intellectual curiosity, social justice and community. We provide the time, opportunities, connections and environment to ensure the success of our students in law school and beyond.


Christine Hunter
Manager, Admissions & Student Financial Services, Osgoode Hall Law School, York University

As one of the oldest, largest and most distinguished law schools in Canada, Osgoode has been the leader in developing the principal features of the modern law school curriculum. Our Juris Doctor, Graduate and Professional Development Programs offer extraordinarily rich and varied perspectives on law taught by the country’s leading scholars and finest practitioners.


Danielle Istl
Assistant Dean, Admissions & Recruitment
Western University Faculty of Law

Western’s Faculty of Law is one of Canada’s top law schools. Our rich array of academic, practical, and international educational opportunities make the program at Western Law an exciting, dynamic, and enriching experience. Our application policies, which allow applicants to show their potential in a variety of ways, are designed to produce a mix of students with diverse backgrounds and experiences, whose enthusiasm make Western Law a truly remarkable place.

Oct
22
Thu
2015
GPSE 2015: Getting into an MBA Program Panel @ 001 Vanier College (Renaissance Room)
Oct 22 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

This event is part of Graduate & Professional Studies Expo (GPSE) 2015.

This conversational panel will consist of representatives from MBA programs who will discuss their schools’ strengths and selection processes/requirements (5-7 minutes), and then spend the rest of the time answering students’ questions and giving suggestions on preparing a strong application.

The purpose of this session is to provide students with information and advice by clarifying the differences between and benefits of the participating MBA programs and explaining the application process so that they can create their own strategies for moving forward.

Registration is required. You may register for this event on the Career Centre’s online system (you must sign up for an account before you will be able to register for any events on the system).

Participating Panelists

Steve Walker
Administrator, Recruiting and Admissions
DeGroote School of Business, McMaster University

DeGroote's Co-op MBA program is a 28 month MBA program that includes 16 months of academics and 12 months of paid work terms. Domestic students can enter the program directly from their undergraduate degree.


Liane Mazzulli
MBA Promotion & Admissions
Sprott School of Business, Carleton University

Carleton University's Sprott MBA program has been designed to provide you with the knowledge to compete, manage and lead now and in the future. The program is market-driven to equip you with the knowledge and skills employers have identified as integral to success.

The Sprott MBA may be completed on a full or part-time basis.

The 16 month full-time MBA option with an Internship is suited to the aspiring professional. Those without two years of professional work experience, are required to complete the MBA Internship portion of the program.

The 12-month Accelerated MBA option with an Internship is designed for those with a 4- year degree in Business and who also meet all other admission criteria.

Carleton University’s location in Ottawa, offers you unique opportunities only found in the nation’s capital. You will have access to federal government departments, international agencies, global companies, over 120 embassies and commissions as well as more than 1,900 technology companies.

Whether you are a domestic or an international student, the Sprott MBA offers you a quality education for a reasonable investment.


Dan McBride
Program Manager
Smith School of Business, Queen's University

Smith School of Business Master’s programs provide extensive practical training, and are designed to prepare graduates for a professional career in a specific functional area of business management, including  Finance, International Business, Analytics or Accounting.


Emily Song
Recruiter
Schulich School of Business, York University

Known as Canada’s Global Business School™, the Schulich School of Business in Toronto is ranked among the world’s leading business schools by a number of global surveys.

GPSE 2015: Financing Graduate Studies, Professional Programs and Repaying your OSAP Loan @ 103 McLaughlin College (Career Centre Presentation Room)
Oct 22 @ 11:30 am – 12:30 pm

This event is part of Graduate & Professional Studies Expo (GPSE) 2015.

This is a useful session for Year 3 and Year 4 students who are coming to the end of their degree and may have some questions regarding repaying their OSAP loan, paying off their student account, and finding some useful tips on funding for graduate studies or professional programs. Topics to be discussed include loan repayment plans, funding options, application processes and tips on where to find information.

Registration is required. You may register for this event on the Career Centre’s online system (you must sign up for an account before you will be able to register for any events on the system).

GPSE 2015: Getting into a Teacher Education Program Panel @ 103 McLaughlin College (Career Centre Presentation Room)
Oct 22 @ 3:15 pm – 4:15 pm

This event is part of Graduate & Professional Studies Expo (GPSE) 2015.

This conversational panel will consist of representatives from Education programs who will discuss their schools’ strengths and selection processes (5-7 minutes), and spend the rest of the time answering students' specific questions and giving suggestions on preparing a strong application.

The purpose of this session is to provide students with information and advice by clarifying the differences between and benefits of the various schools’ programs and explaining the application process so that they can create their own strategies for moving forward.

Registration is required. You may register for this event on the Career Centre’s online system (you must sign up for an account before you will be able to register for any events on the system).

Participating Panelists

Cindy Barnes
Program Advisor
Western University, Faculty of Education

Western’s Faculty of Education (located in London, Ontario) offers a two year Bachelor of Education program in three program routes: Primary/Junior (and Primary/Junior French), Junior/Intermediate, and Intermediate/Senior. Western’s B.Ed. has been purposefully designed to address current needs in education and prepare graduates to become educational leaders on a global scale. Our teacher candidates gain real world experience through a unique combination of alternative practica and field placements which will result in them spending as much time working in the field as studying on Western’s campus.


Joanne Chartrand
Academic Administrator
University of Ottawa, Faculty of Education

Come join one of the most dynamic and innovative Teacher Education programs in Canada. Our comprehensive two-year full-time BEd program offers aspiring teachers five specialized areas of study: 1) Comprehensive school health, 2) Developing global perspectives, 3) French as a second language, 4) Imagination, creativity and innovation and 5) Urban education community. Successful applicants will have a unique opportunity to work with a team of education leaders who have strong research relationships and professional partnerships with different local, national and international communities.


Vanessa Grafi
Manager Student Services
York University, Faculty of Education

The driving force behind York’s Faculty of Education is the belief that where there is education, there is also a powerful transformation. As one of the largest Faculties of Education in Ontario, we strive to provide passionate, creative people with an inspiring environment in which they can cultivate their interests, gain the tools they need to motivate students and engage communities, actively contribute to the evolution of education, and become powerful catalysts for change themselves.


Jessica Lee
Education Enrolment Advisor
Trent University, School of Education

Trent University is a vibrant university located in Peterborough, Ontario. The Consecutive Bachelor of Education program combines attention to individual learners in small class settings with a community-based approach. Programs of study are offered in full-time format for students interested in teaching at the Primary/Junior level (K-Grade 6) and at the Intermediate/Senior level (Grades 7-12).


Abigail Ruggi
Faculty of Education Recruiter
Wilfrid Laurier University, Faculty of Education

Laurier’s Faculty of Education offers a Bachelor of Education degree that provides you with the hands-on education necessary to go into the classroom, as well as the theoretical and research background to further your knowledge and participate in other areas of education too. You’ll emerge a well-rounded educator prepared for the challenges of today’s classroom.

GPSE 2015: Getting into Law School Panel @ 001 Vanier College (Renaissance Room)
Oct 22 @ 3:15 pm – 4:15 pm

This event is part of Graduate & Professional Studies Expo (GPSE) 2015.

This conversational panel will consist of representatives from law schools who will discuss their schools’ strengths and selection processes (5-7 minutes each), and spend the rest of the time answering students' specific questions and giving suggestions on preparing a strong application.

The purpose of this session is to provide students with information and advice by clarifying the differences between and benefits of the participating law schools and explaining the application process so that they can create their own strategies for moving forward.

Registration is required. You may register for this event on the Career Centre’s online system (you must sign up for an account before you will be able to register for any events on the system).

Participating Panelists

Vicky Faclaris
Recruitment and Admissions Coordinator
Osgoode Hall Law School, York University

Our motto is “Through Law to Justice.” It’s what we live and breathe.

We are committed to critical thinking, professionalism, ethics and experiential education that extends beyond the conventional classroom and library experiences.

As one of the oldest, largest and most distinguished law schools in Canada, Osgoode has been the leader in developing the principal features of the modern law school curriculum. Our Juris Doctor, Graduate and Professional Development Programs offer extraordinarily rich and varied perspectives on law taught by the country’s leading scholars and finest practitioners.

Our students are the lifeblood behind who we are and what we do in a great law school. They bring intelligence, diversity, creativity and leadership to our vibrant, engaged community. They leave with a drive to excel, and make a difference in their communities.


Francine Herlehy
Assistant Dean (Student Services)
University of Windsor Faculty of Law

Windsor Law is situated next to North America's busiest international border crossing, faces one of Canada's most beautiful waterfronts that stretches along the Detroit River. Talented students, faculty, and staff work together to build a creative and supportive place in which to study and work. We offer the following programs: JD, Canadian & American Dual JD, MSW/JD, MBA/JD, and LLM.


Danielle Istl
Assistant Dean, Admissions & Recruitment
Western University, Law

Western Law is one of the top law schools in Canada. Our rich array of academic, practical and international educational opportunities make Western’s program exciting and enriching. Our Small Group program lies at the heart of our approach to legal education and ensures one of the best student experiences. Additionally, we offer several optional curricular streams, which provide students with guidance on courses and co-curricular activities tied to their career aspirations.


Janet Petson
Admissions Officer
University of Victoria

Oct
13
Thu
2016
GPSE 2016: Getting into a Teacher Education Program Panel @ 103 McLaughlin College (Career Centre Presentation Room)
Oct 13 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

This event is part of Graduate & Professional Studies Expo (GPSE) 2016.

This conversational panel will consist of representatives from Education programs who will discuss their schools’ strengths and selection processes (5-7 minutes), and spend the rest of the time answering students' specific questions and giving suggestions on preparing a strong application.

The purpose of this session is to provide students with information and advice by clarifying the differences between and benefits of the various schools’ programs and explaining the application process so that they can create their own strategies for moving forward.

Registration is required. You may register for this event on the Career Centre’s online system (you must sign up for an account before you will be able to register for any events on the system).

Participating Panelists

Vanessa Grafi
Manager Student Services BEd/BA
York University, Faculty of Education

The driving force behind York’s Faculty of Education is the belief that where there is education, there is also a powerful transformation. As one of the largest Faculties of Education in Ontario, we strive to provide passionate, creative people with an inspiring environment in which they can cultivate their interests, gain the tools they need to motivate students and engage communities, actively contribute to the evolution of education, and become powerful catalysts for change themselves.


Jessica Lee
Education Enrolment Advisor
Trent University, School of Education and Professional Learning

Trent University’s School of Education & Professional Learning offers a two-year Consecutive Bachelor of Education program leading to certification with the Ontario College of Teachers. Trent University offers both the Primary/Junior (JK – Grade 6) stream and the Intermediate/Senior (Grade 7-12) stream.


Joanne Chartrand
Academic Administrator
University of Ottawa, Faculty of Education

The Faculty of Education of the University of Ottawa, along with its commitment to the promotion, advancement and dissemination of knowledge in the field of education, is actively involved in the preservice and professional development education of teachers. Personnel representative of Canada’s two official linguistic communities are involved in the delivery, both in French and English, of programs at the baccalaureate, masters, and doctoral levels along with professional development programs. Teacher education programs prepare students for the French and English schools of Ontario.

The Faculty strives toward leadership in the field of education through collaboration with other postsecondary institutions and the various partners in the educational community.


Vince Rinaldo
Associate Dean
Niagara University, Faculty of Education

Located in Ontario and offered at sites in Toronto and York, Niagara University in Ontario offers a bachelor's degree in teacher education with programs in primary-junior and intermediate-senior teacher preparation, a master's degree in Educational Leadership and fully online AQ courses. With ministerial consent and accreditation by the Ontario College of Teachers, the university has brought outstanding teacher training, education and opportunities to convenient locations near you for more than 30 years.


Dorothy Buchanan
Coordinator, Professional Learning for Students, Recruitment and Retention
Brock University, Faculty of Education

Brock University offers programs leading to a Bachelor of Education at two campuses: Hamilton, ON and St. Catharines, ON. Programs offered include: Primary/Junior, Junior/Intermediate, Intermediate/Senior as well as Technological Education. Each of the initial teacher education programs is field-oriented and based on an approach which is unique in Ontario, the Triple C Model of Community, Course Work, and Cohort. A beginning teacher's professional growth occurs under the careful guidance of Practicum Advisors, Practicum Instructors, and Associate Teachers in schools in Hamilton, Niagara and throughout Ontario.

GPSE 2016: Getting into an MBA Program Panel @ 001 Vanier College (Renaissance Room)
Oct 13 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

This event is part of Graduate & Professional Studies Expo (GPSE) 2016.

This conversational panel will consist of representatives from MBA programs who will discuss their schools’ strengths and selection processes/requirements (5-7 minutes), and then spend the rest of the time answering students’ questions and giving suggestions on preparing a strong application.

The purpose of this session is to provide students with information and advice by clarifying the differences between and benefits of the participating MBA programs and explaining the application process so that they can create their own strategies for moving forward.

Participating Panelists

Emily Song
Recruiter
Schulich School of Business, York University

Global, innovative and diverse, the Schulich School of Business is rated among the world’s leading business schools.


Marie Lyster
Associate Director, Executive Programs Marketing & Student Recruitment
John Molson School of Business, Concordia University
Offered in our facilities in Toronto’s financial district since 2001, Canada’s first MBA program to gain CFA® Program Partner status, the MBA with Complete CFA® Integration offered by Concordia University’s Goodman Institute of Investment Management fully integrates the requirements of the CFA®’s Candidate Body of Knowledge into its curriculum. The program is specifically geared toward preparing students to successfully write all three levels of the CFA® exam while studying towards an MBA.


Mischa Ragona
Manager, Recruitment and Admissions
Sauder School of Business, University of British Columbia
The 16-month, full-time MBA program at UBC Sauder's Robert H. Lee Graduate School empowers candidates to embrace challenge and change their lives and businesses for the better. Challenged to strategize like a CEO, graduates move on to leadership positions in Vancouver and around the world, realizing their personal and professional potential.


Dan Shaw
Director, Corporate Residency MBA Program
Faculty of Management, Dalhousie University
Dalhousie University's Corporate Residency MBA program seeks high-achieving, self-motivated students from all undergraduate degrees who are looking to fast-track their career. The Corporate Residency MBA requires no work experience and includes an 8-month paid residency. Students benefit from an innovative curriculum, exposure to an extensive employer network as well as personalized leadership development throughout their 22-month program.


Steve Walker
Administrator, Recruiting and Admissions
DeGroote School of Business, McMaster University

DeGroote's offers Canada's leading Co-op MBA. The 28 month program includes 3 paid work terms, and offers students the opportunity to start the program right after their undergraduate program.


GPSE 2016: Financing Graduate Studies, Professional Programs and Repaying your OSAP Loan @ 103 McLaughlin College (Career Centre Presentation Room)
Oct 13 @ 11:30 am – 12:30 pm

This event is part of Graduate & Professional Studies Expo (GPSE) 2016.

This is a useful session for Year 3 and Year 4 students who are coming to the end of their degree and may have some questions regarding repaying their OSAP loan, paying off their student account, and finding some useful tips on funding for graduate studies or professional programs. Topics to be discussed include loan repayment plans, funding options, application processes and tips on where to find information.

Registration is required. You may register for this event on the Career Centre’s online system (you must sign up for an account before you will be able to register for any events on the system).

GPSE 2016: Getting into Law School Panel @ 001 Vanier College (Renaissance Room)
Oct 13 @ 3:15 pm – 4:15 pm

This event is part of Graduate & Professional Studies Expo (GPSE) 2016.

This conversational panel will consist of representatives from law schools who will discuss their schools’ strengths and selection processes (5-7 minutes each), and spend the rest of the time answering students' specific questions and giving suggestions on preparing a strong application.

The purpose of this session is to provide students with information and advice by clarifying the differences between and benefits of the participating law schools and explaining the application process so that they can create their own strategies for moving forward.

Registration is required. You may register for this event on the Career Centre’s online system (you must sign up for an account before you will be able to register for any events on the system).

Participating Panelists

Louise Resendes
Admissions Officer
Osgoode Hall Law School, York University

Osgoode Hall Law School provides students with a superior legal education. We do this through an innovative, experiential and relevant curriculum, globally renowned faculty who are thought leaders in their fields, and a welcoming and inclusive academic community.


Danielle Lacasse
Assistant Dean, Admissions & Recruitment
Western University, Law

Western Law is one of the top law schools in Canada. Our rich array of academic, practical and international educational opportunities make Western’s program exciting and enriching. Our Small Group program lies at the heart of our approach to legal education and ensures one of the best student experiences. Additionally, we offer several optional curricular streams, which provide students with guidance on courses and co-curricular activities tied to their career aspirations.


Catherine Valestuk
Director, Admissions & Recruiting
University of Calgary, Faculty of Law

UCalgary Law has a reputation for innovation and teaching excellence, providing students with extensive opportunities for real-life legal experience. Calgary Law believes that the key to thriving in the future legal market is innovation - including innovation in how lawyers are educated and trained. This belief is embodied in our Excellence in Lawyering Initiative and ground-breaking Calgary Curriculum. UCalgary Law has an internationally recognized expertise in NREEL (natural resource, environment & energy law).


Aimee Burtch
Recruitment & Admissions Manager
Queen's University, Faculty of Law

Established in 1957, Queen’s Faculty of Law has long been the school of choice for law students in Canada, thanks to its preeminent reputation for both academic excellence and community spirit. Located in Macdonald Hall – named for Kingston’s most famous lawyer and Canada’s first Prime Minister – the Faculty is part of a leafy campus near the shores of Lake Ontario and historic downtown Kingston. This setting encourages our students’ engagement with intellectual, social and experiential learning opportunities fundamental to building legal, interpersonal and leadership skills.

Oct
19
Thu
2017
GPSE 2017: Getting into a Teacher Education Program @ 103 McLaughlin College
Oct 19 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

This event is part of Graduate & Professional Studies Expo (GPSE) 2017.

This conversational panel will consist of representatives from Education programs who will discuss their schools’ strengths and selection processes (5-7 minutes), and spend the rest of the time answering students' specific questions and giving suggestions on preparing a strong application.

The purpose of this session is to provide students with information and advice by clarifying the differences between and benefits of the various schools’ programs and explaining the application process so that they can create their own strategies for moving forward.

Registration is required. You may register for this event on the Career Centre’s online system (you must sign up for an account before you will be able to register for any events on the system).

Participating Panelists

Kathleen Crook
Education Enrolment Advisor
Trent University, School of Education and Professional Learning

Trent University’s School of Education & Professional Learning seeks to admit and educate future teachers who demonstrate a deep commitment to social justice and a dedication to developing teaching practice that fosters inclusivity and ethical consciousness.


Joanne Chartrand
Academic Administrator
University of Ottawa, Faculty of Education

We are the Faculty of Education at the University of Ottawa. We offer our Teacher Education program in both French and English. Both are a two year program.


Cindy Barnes
Program Advisor & Practicum Assistant
Western University, Faculty of Education

Western’s Faculty of Education (located in London, Ontario) offers a two year Bachelor of Education program in three program routes: Primary/Junior (and Primary/Junior French), Junior/Intermediate, and Intermediate/Senior. Western’s B.Ed. has been purposefully designed to address current needs in education and prepare graduates to become educational leaders on a global scale. Our teacher candidates gain real world experience through a unique combination of alternative practica and field placements which will result in them spending as much time working in the field as studying on Western’s campus.


Carissa MacKendrick
Senior Recruitment Coordinator
Wilfrid Laurier University, Faculty of Education

Laurier’s Faculty of Education offers a Bachelor of Education degree that provides you with the hands-on education necessary to go into the classroom, as well as the theoretical and research background to further your knowledge and participate in other areas of education too. You’ll emerge a well-rounded educator prepared for the challenges of today’s classroom.

Laurier’s interdisciplinary Master of Education program is attractive to educational leaders and professionals in a wide range of corporate and not-for-profit industries, health and community service organizations, and postsecondary institutions, as well as public and private school systems.

We also offer an additional qualifications program and numerous community-outreach programs for teachers, children and families. We are proud of our extensive community partnerships, our vibrant student community and our growing alumni network.


Vanessa Grafi
Manager Student Services
York University, Faculty of Education

The York U. Faculty of Education Bachelor of Education (BEd) degree qualifies successful graduates to teach in K-12 schools and to be recommended for certification with the Ontario College of Teachers. Our program provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to enter the teaching profession as confident and effective teachers. The BEd is a full-time professional degree program, which includes:

  • Coursework (including in-class and blended)
  • School practicum placements
  • Community practicum placement
  • Optional concentrations and specializations
  • Opportunities to get involved in student life and international learning
  • Opportunity to earn advance standing credits towards a Master of Education (MEd) degree
  • Career services

Dorothy Buchanan
Coordinator, Professional Learning for Students, Recruitment and Retention
Brock University, Faculty of Education

Consecutive teacher education programs for Primary-Junior, Junior-Intermediate, Intermediate-Senior and Technological Education. Two campuses.


GPSE 2017: Financing Graduate Studies, Professional Programs and Repaying your OSAP Loan @ 103 McLaughlin College
Oct 19 @ 11:30 am – 12:30 pm

This event is part of Graduate & Professional Studies Expo (GPSE) 2017.

This is a useful session for Year 3 and Year 4 students who are coming to the end of their degree and may have some questions regarding repaying their OSAP loan, paying off their student account, and finding some useful tips on funding for graduate studies or professional programs. Topics to be discussed include loan repayment plans, funding options, application processes and tips on where to find information.

Registration is required. You may register for this event on the Career Centre’s online system (you must sign up for an account before you will be able to register for any events on the system).

GPSE 2017: Getting into an MBA program @ 103 McLaughlin College
Oct 19 @ 3:15 pm – 4:15 pm

This event is part of Graduate & Professional Studies Expo (GPSE) 2017.

This conversational panel will consist of representatives from MBA programs who will discuss their schools’ strengths and selection processes/requirements (5-7 minutes), and then spend the rest of the time answering students’ questions and giving suggestions on preparing a strong application.

The purpose of this session is to provide students with information and advice by clarifying the differences between and benefits of the participating MBA programs and explaining the application process so that they can create their own strategies for moving forward.

Registration is required. You may register for this event on the Career Centre’s online system (you must sign up for an account before you will be able to register for any events on the system).

Participating Panelists

Liane Mazzulli
MBA Promotions and Admissions
Carleton University, Sprott School of Business

Carleton University's location in Ottawa, offers you unique opportunities only found in the Nation's Capital. You will have access to federal government departments, international agencies, global companies, over 120 embassies and commissions as well as more than 1,900 technology companies.

The 16 month full-time MBA option is suited to the aspiring professional whereas the 12-month Accelerated MBA option is designed for those with a 4-year degree in Business. Each stream offers an Internship as part of the program.


Julie Tarry
Program Manager
Dalhousie University, Faculty of Management

The Dalhousie Corporate Residency MBA program is a direct entry MBA program designed to immerse you quickly and intensely into the real business world with an eight-month corporate residency. Accelerate your leadership skills with the Personal and Professional Effectiveness course combined with career coaching from our Management Career Services team.


Steven Walker
Manager, Recruiting and Admissions
McMaster University, DeGroote School of Business

DeGroote offers Canada's leading Co-op MBA program which includes three paid work terms in your 28 months. This program is designed for those with little or no work experience looking to advance your career.


Kevin Ly
Recruitment & Admissions Manager
University of British Columbia, Sauder School of Business - Robert H. Lee Graduate School

The Robert H. Lee Graduate School at the UBC Sauder School of Business delivers a diverse range of high-quality, well-regarded graduate programs, including the UBC MBA, which ranks in the Global Elite, or the top 50 programs in the world by the QS Top 250 Business Schools Report 2017. In addition, we are also the home to North America's #1 Master of Management, and a new Master of Business Analytics.


Hollis Sinker
Assistant Director, Graduate Recruitment & Admissions
York University, Schulich School of Business

Ranked #1 in Canada by a number of leading business publications, Schulich is Canada’s preeminent MBA program. The Schulich MBA combines classroom learning of fundamental and advanced management concepts with real world experience, including a two-term strategic consulting project where you will work with real clients on real business problems and solutions. Apply today to start as early as January 2018!


GPSE 2017: Getting into Law School @ Vanier Renaissance Room (001)
Oct 19 @ 3:15 pm – 4:15 pm

This event is part of Graduate & Professional Studies Expo (GPSE) 2017.

This conversational panel will consist of representatives from law schools who will discuss their schools’ strengths and selection processes (5-7 minutes each), and spend the rest of the time answering students' specific questions and giving suggestions on preparing a strong application.

The purpose of this session is to provide students with information and advice by clarifying the differences between and benefits of the participating law schools and explaining the application process so that they can create their own strategies for moving forward.

Registration is required. You may register for this event on the Career Centre’s online system (you must sign up for an account before you will be able to register for any events on the system).

Participating Panelists

Rose Godfrey
Director, Admissions & Outreach
Dalhousie University, Schulich School of Law

The JD program at the Schulich School of Law is a first degree in law that gives you a solid preparation for the practice of law as well as a respect for and participation in public life. As Canada's national law school, we welcome students from every province and territory, and this gives our community a range of perspectives not available in many law school settings. Your JD degree from Dalhousie will be recognized for Bar admission in all provinces nation-wide.


Andrew Van Overbeke
Admissions Coordinator
Queen's University, Faculty of Law

Established in 1957, Queen’s Faculty of Law has long been the school of choice for law students in Canada, thanks to its preeminent reputation for both academic excellence and community spirit. The Faculty is part of a leafy campus near the shores of Lake Ontario and historic downtown Kingston. This setting encourages our students’ engagement with intellectual, social and experiential learning opportunities fundamental to building legal, interpersonal and leadership skills.


Elaine Borthwick
Director, J.D. Admissions
UBC - Allard Law

Allard Law graduates have assumed leading roles in the Canadian judicial system, legal profession, business world, politics, government, community and academic world. Allard offers a variety of degree options; JD/MBA degree and joint legal education opportunities with the University of Hawaii, University of Melbourne and University of Hong Kong. Every year many of the finest students in Canada choose Allard as the place where they will pursue their legal education.


Janet Person
Admissions Officer
University of Victoria, Law

As a destination school, UVic Law draws students from across Canada. It is renowned for its diverse experiential learning opportunities, collegial environment and exemplary faculty. While providing a generalist legal education, the Faculty has exceptional strengths in Indigenous Law, Environmental Law and International Law with an Asian-Pacific focus. The Faculty produces competent, ethical graduates who exhibit a humane professionalism, and are capable of serving a diverse set of constituents.


Francine Herlehy
Assistant Dean (Student Services)
University of Windsor, Law

Our admissions process is decidedly different. We actively seek a diverse student body through the thoughtful consideration of the whole person in the admissions process and through financial aid to make law school affordable to our students.

Our programs are shaped by our focus on access to justice and transnational law, and are characterized by a learner-centred community that values intellectual curiosity, interdisciplinary research and global scholarship.


Danielle Lacasse
Assistant Dean, Admissions & Recruitment
Western University, Law

Western Law is one of the top law schools in Canada. Our rich array of academic, practical and international educational opportunities make Western’s program exciting and enriching. Our Small Group program lies at the heart of our approach to legal education and ensures one of the best student experiences. Additionally, we offer several optional curricular streams, which provide students with guidance on courses and co-curricular activities tied to their career aspirations.


Vicky Faclaris
Recruitment and Admissions Coordinator
Osgoode Hall Law School

Internationally renowned as one of Canada’s largest and most distinguished law schools, Osgoode Hall Law School offers students an extraordinary, innovative legal education. At Osgoode you will have the opportunity to learn from Canada’s leading legal experts, gain hands-on experience through unmatched experiential offerings, and join a diverse and vibrant community that will support you in achieving your academic, professional and personal goals.

Osgoode Hall Law School has a holistic admissions policy which identifies a diverse and outstanding group of students whose outstanding academic abilities, varied achievements and sustained engagement make a continuing positive contribution to the Law School, the legal profession and the community.