Techfair - McGill University Technology and Career Fair

Employers

Virtual TechFair - Fall 2020

September 23 & 24
1:1 Booking starts September 21!

For Fall 2020, the Engineering Career Centre will offer virtual recruitment event options, including the first virtual edition of TechFair, that will help to connect your organization with diverse and highly talented McGill Engineering and Computer Science students. 

Employers will access their booth at the virtual fair online at : https://mcgill-ecc.eventus.io/booth_login

Step-by-step booth set-up guide

EVENTUS booth set-up video

For company representatives attending the virtual fair, please review these best-practice guides to ensure the event is a success for you and our students:-

5 Tips for Company Representatives to Properly Prepare for the Virtual Fair

Booth Video Room Troubleshooting Tips (Employer)


What is TechFair?

The McGill University Engineering and Technology Career Fair or “TechFair” is a collaborative effort combining the resources and expertise of the Engineering Career Centre (ECC), the Engineering Undergraduate Society (EUS) and the Computer Science Undergraduate Society (CSUS). 

Created in the year 2000, the TechFair aims to connect McGill students in Engineering, Computer Science and Physical Sciences with the top employers in the industry for the purposes of exploring career and/or internship opportunities. TechFair occurs twice a year during fall and winter. Fall 2020 will be our first virtual edition.

Why should you attend?

Whether you have jobs today or will have jobs in the future, McGill students and alumni want to know more about your organization and potential careers. Reduce your time, effort, and recruitment costs and reach out to current students and recent graduates from the Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Science and the School of Computer Science all at one event!

You will meet students and alumni from the following disciplines:

  • Bioengineering
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Computer Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Material Engineering
  • Mining Engineering
  • Software Engineering
  • Atmospheric & Oceanic Sciences
  • Bioresource Engineering
  • Chemistry/Biochemistry
  • Computer Science
  • Earth & Planetary Sciences (Geology)
  • Geography
  • Mathematics and Statistics
  • Physics

​The McGill University Engineering and Technology Career Fair provides an excellent opportunity for companies and industry representatives to network and engage with McGill University’s engineering students and recent graduates and promote and inform them about jobs and internships.

By attending TechFair, you can:

  • Network with potential employees
  • Inform students of career options within your organization
  • Answer and discuss common topics such as:

Education requirements
Salary expectations
Corporate cultures
Job requirements
Industry growth
Industry trends
Skills and qualifications

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