External Events

Every year employers and other professionals, including York alumni, come to campus to promote their opportunities to York students by taking part in the Career Centre's recruitment sessions, career fairs, and Career Conversations panels as well as other recruitment and career information activities.

Occasionally career-related events are organized through other York University departments or units. Sometimes, external organizations host larger-scale career events to which they invite a broad student audience.

Upcoming Events

Oct
1
Tue
External Event - New Zealand College of Chirorpactic Information Session @ http://chiropractic.ac.nz/event/chiropractic-career-talk-toronto/
Oct 1 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

If you are interested in health and wellbeing and helping people reaching their optimal potential then Chiropractic is a great career choice.
Presented by College President, Dr. Phil McMaster, these events are an opportunity to learn more about the College, our academic program and what it's like to study in New Zealand at our world-renowned chiropractic college.

For more information and to RSVP, click on the events below.
http://chiropractic.ac.nz/event/chiropractic-career-talk-toronto/

Other Requirements: We do not require a specific grade level as students can actually come to our college before finishing their undergrad. Instead, we look for specific health science-based prerequisites, there is no specific GPA but rather an interview conducted once prerequisites are completed. This enables us to get to know the person and their passion for helping people. The presentation outlines all the requirements for studying with us and what it is like to move overseas. The beauty of studying with us is that Canadian and NZ have a great relationship and it is easy for students to receive student & bank loans.

New Zealand College of Chiropractic Information Session


Please Note: Above are profiles 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.