Recruitment Events

Here is a list of the recruitment events organized by the Education Career Services.


Education Career Fair

The McGill Education Career Fair is an annual event organized by the Education Undergraduate Student Society (EdUS), Education Career Services, and the Career Planning Service (CaPS) of McGill University.

Our objective is to provide a forum where both future educators and exhibitors can network and explore career opportunities in today’s wide-ranging education field – from local teaching opportunities to international careers in education.

Students benefit from your expertise by providing them with important information and valuable insights that will help them to make important choices regarding their careers.

Each year, there are approximately 300 attendees; undergraduate and graduate education students as well as alumni.


Date & Time: Wednesday, February 7, 2024 

Location: McGill University, Montréal


2024 Exhibitor Fees: 


CANADIAN SCHOOL BOARDS (outside of Quebec)



No charge $250 + taxes $250 + taxes $400 + taxes $400 + taxes

Exhibitor fee includes 1 table (6ft) , 2 representatives, snack buffet and coffee/tea.

If an exhibitor wishes to bring 3 or more representatives, the charge for each additional representative is $25 + taxes.


Interested in attending as an exhibitor? Please email the [at] (Education Career Advisor) to let us know!


Kinesiology Career Exploration Day

The McGill Kinesiology Career Exploration Day is a biennial event organized by Kinesiology and Physical Education Department together with the Education Career Services and Career Planning Service (CaPS) of McGill University. 

Next event is scheduled to take place in November 2024.


For more information about any of these events or to be added to the invite list, please contact the Education Career Advisor: [at] (subject: Recruitment%20Events%20at%20McGill%20Faculty%20of%20Education)



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