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Brock University has created multiple opportunities for your company to reach our student population. Whether you choose to advertise online or take part as a guest speaker in our mandatory pre-employment training programs, our recruitment professionals will be sure your organization is participating in events that will maximize your visibility on campus. The following activities provide proven strategies for your organization to connect and cultivate a positive image with Brock Co-op students:
Corporate Information Sessions
Through an information session, you can tell students about your company's strengths and vision for the future, explain available opportunities and network informally over refreshments.
Co-op Presentations and Workshops
Increase your on-campus visibility and that of your organization's by participating in Brock's Employment Preparation Workshops or conducting an in-class presentation. Sharing your knowledge and experiences provides a unique way to connect with bright and eager Brock Co-op students.
Networking Breakfast and CPA Night
Participate in targeted Goodman School of Business Events including CPA Night and the Networking Breakfast (hosted jointly by the Co-op Programs Office and the Goodman Career Development Office www.brocku.ca/business/bcdo. Held during the fall semester, the Networking Breakfast provides an opportunity to increase your company profile and meet and mingle with bright and talented undergraduate and graduate business students. CPA Night is an excellent way to introduce your firm and target Brock's Accounting students.
Each semester, the Co-op Programs Office hosts a mock interview event for students. Employers are able to volunteer their time to assist students in developing and improving their interviewing skills. Participation in this event is a wonderful way to make connections and increase your organization's brand awareness among Brock's Co-op student population.
Connect With Faculty
Some of the most influential advocates on campus are faculty. Employers can provide case studies from their organization for courses and faculty can assist companies with conducting research or special projects.
Career Expo and Career Fair
Consider attending Brock's annual Career Expo and Career Fair, which attracts hundreds of students from a variety of academic backgrounds. Both of these events are an excellent way to promote your organization, employment opportunities and begin pre-screening candidates for available positions.
Scholarships and Awards
Establish a scholarship, bursary or award in your company's name. Your support not only provides direct assistance to our Co-op students, but increases on campus awareness of your organization.