Employer Recruitment Sessions

Every year employers from select industries – particularly larger employers from technology, accounting, finance and sales & marketing companies – come to campus to recruit York students and new grads. Connect with these employers who can answer your questions about their organization's culture, career opportunities, what skills and experience they're seeking and how you can apply. Recruitment Sessions take place during employers' recruitment cycles which are typically September to November and mid-January to March.

Registration on the Career Centre's online system is required for all recruitment sessions (you must sign up for an account on the system before you will be able to register for any events).

Upcoming Employer Recruitment Sessions

Sep
20
Tue
2016
Employer Recruitment Session: BMO Financial Group @ 103 McLaughlin College (Career Centre Presentation Room)
Sep 20 @ 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm

Turn your potential into performance. BMO Financial Group is hiring! At BMO Financial Group, you’ll find an employer — and an environment — that inspires you to think big, explore every possibility and be more. We invite you to come out to our Information Session on September 20th, 2016 to learn more about the opportunities we have available in Anti-Money Laundering and meet our team!

Targeted to: 4th Year

Recruiting for: Anti-Money Laundering Development Program for New Grads

How to prepare:

  • Review the job description
  • Research the company
  • Come prepared to discuss qualifications and background

For more details about this session (job qualifications and how to apply), log into the Career Centre's online system.

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).

Sep
26
Mon
2016
Employer Recruitment Session: Bank of Canada @ 103 McLaughlin College
Sep 26 @ 11:30 am – 1:00 pm

The Bank of Canada is the nation's central bank. We are not a commercial bank and do not offer banking services to the public. Rather, we have responsibilities for Canada's monetary policy, bank notes, financial system, funds management. Our principal role, as defined in the Bank of Canada Act, is "to promote the economic and financial welfare of Canada."

Targeted to: 2nd year, 3rd year, 4th year, 5th year, Graduate Studies, New Grads

Recruiting for: Research Assistant, Analyst, Economist and Senior Analyst and Senior Economist

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).

Sep
27
Tue
2016
Employer Recruitment Session: Statistics Canada @ 103 McLaughlin College
Sep 27 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm

In Canada, providing statistics is a federal responsibility. As Canada's central statistical office, Statistics Canada is legislated to serve this function for the whole of Canada and each of the provinces and territories.

Targeted to: 4th year, 5th year, Graduate studies, New Grads

Recruiting for: Economists/Sociologists

For more details about this session (job qualifications and how to apply), log into the Career Centre's online system.

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).

What to Expect

  • Typically, the session begins with the employer presenting about the organization and its employment opportunities.
  • Students will have a chance to network with company representatives and/or recruiters on a one-on-one basis or in small groups.

Recruitment Session Etiquette

  • Come dressed in appropriate attire, usually “business casual” unless otherwise indicated on the event posting.
  • Arrive 10 minutes early.
  • Research the organization before the session.
  • Bring business cards if you have them.

Please Note: Profiles are submitted by organizations qualifying their own activities in their own words. Claims and opinions expressed are not necessarily those of the Career Centre or York University.