May, 04, 2022 @ 11:30 AM

Connect with employers to get hired and get experience

Come to the Online Volunteer and Job Fair to explore your options and find something that suits your interests and goals. You’ll discover a range of volunteer opportunities, co-op positions and part-time and full-time jobs. Plus, you’ll get to connect in real time with organizations who want to hire McMaster students and recent alumni.

Why attend?

  • Discover opportunities to get involved in your community and develop transferable skills that all employers value.
  • Access jobs that might not be posted anywhere else.
  • Network and build personal connections with representatives and hiring managers. (Hint: This will help set yourself apart from other applicants!)
  • Get industry information you can use in applications, cover letters and interviews.
  • Share your background by uploading your resume.


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