Postsecondary institutions find creative ways to host job fairs during pandemic

October 30, 2020
Postsecondary institutions across Canada are creatively holding career fairs to connect students with employers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Medicine Hat College, in partnership with four other agencies, conducted a number of off-site drive-thru job fairs. Concordia University, in partnership with Youth4Youth and the Black Community Resource Centre, hosted a free online event that included collaborative workshops and speakers. Memorial University students and alumni will be able to build connections with employers during a virtual fair through using an online platform that they can use to upload career resources. Royal Roads University, Camosun College, North Island College, and Vancouver Island University will host a virtual career and connections fair online, that will allow students to make connections through attending one-on-one meetings and video presentations. Medicine Hat News | Royal Roads | Montreal Gazette (National)