Recruit Brock University students at Career & Post-Graduate Expo!
Giving students the chance to meet a wide variety of exhibitors is why the Career & Post-Graduate Expo has been so successful. This large event encompasses five distinct opportunities for Brock students and alumni. These include: full and part time job opportunities, post-grad opportunities, professional development, international and volunteer opportunities. More than 140 exhibitors from the Niagara Region and beyond, and 1000 students from our seven exciting faculities are expected to attend. Career & Post-Graduate Expo is an excellent opportunity for you to recruit and network with students who use both sides of their brain, and most importantly, showcase your organization to the entire Brock community.
Event Date and Location
Career & Post-Graduate Expo 2012 will be held on Tuesday November 5th, 2013.
11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Ian D. Beddis Gymnasium (Walker Complex) at Brock University
- Post-graduate educational institutions
- Government Agencies
- Non-profit organizations
Interested in presenting an information session at this years event? If you are interested in presenting an information session on the day of the Career & Post-Graduate Expo, please contact our Employer Development/Events & Marketing Coordinator to make arrangements for your session.
Please be advised that information sessions will be reserved on a first come, first serve basis.
"Brock's Career & Post-Graduate Expo provided our organization an opportunity to reach out to many very highly qualified individuals during the event. I was singularly impressed with the extremely high caliber of every candidate I spoke to. I am positive that we were able to connect with many qualified, intelligent, and capable candidates that may consider the RCMP as a career choice. This event was very well attended, and extremely beneficial to our recruitment needs."
RCMP Pro-Active Recruiting Unit
"The Brock University Career & Post-Graduate Expo has been a wonderful opportunity for Niagara College to inform the right audience about what it has to offer. The format is student and vendor friendly, and the contacts that Niagara has made are valuable. We intend on participating in this event for years to come."
Krista Woodhouse, Recruitment-Graduate Studies/InfoCentre Coordinator at Niagara College
Utica College (NY) has a young but growing graduate school three hours from the Ontario border. I chose to attend Brock University's fair for the first time and was extremely pleased with the caliber of students with whom I spoke. As a college with a strong DPT, OT and graduate education certification program, I am very pleased with the quality of undergraduate students we draw from Canadian universities like Brock. As such, we will continue to offer our 30% discounts to Canadian students and draw upon Brock's well-organized and efficient staff to provide us with opportunities to meet qualified undergraduates.
John D. Rowe, Director of Graduate Admissions, Utica College, Utica, NY