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  • Thousands of students explore their career options at the Career Fair, the biggest career event hosted by Queen's University.(Photo by Candice Pinto)
    Thousands of students explore their career options at the Career Fair, the biggest career event hosted by Queen's University. (Photo by Candice Pinto)
  • Students speak with one of the more than 130 exhibitors who took part in the Career Fair hosted at the Athletics and Recreation Centre on Wednesday, Sept. 27. (Photo by Candice Pinto)
    Students speak with one of the more than 130 exhibitors who took part in the Career Fair hosted at the Athletics and Recreation Centre on Wednesday, Sept. 27. (Photo by Candice Pinto)
  • The Career Fair featured a clinic where students could have their resumes and cover letters checked and a LinkedIn headshot photo booth, both sponsored by the City of Kingston. (Photo by Candice Pinto)
    The Career Fair featured a clinic where students could have their resumes and cover letters checked and a LinkedIn headshot photo booth, both sponsored by the City of Kingston. (Photo by Candice Pinto)

Queen’s students had the opportunity to get an early start on the job hunt as Career Services hosted the annual Career Fair on Wednesday Sept. 27 in the main gym of the Athletics and Recreation Centre.  

The largest career event at Queen’s featured a clinic where students could have their resumes and cover letters checked and a LinkedIn headshot photo booth, both sponsored by the City of Kingston.

New this year, career counsellors delivered regular tours to help students plan their time at the booths and their meetings with exhibitors.

With over 130 booths, the Career Fair invited undergraduate and graduate students from all programs, departments, faculties and schools.

Career Services’ next big career event will be a two-day Engineering and Technology Fair on Oct. 17-18 from 10:30 am-3:30 pm in Grant Hall.

Visit careers.queensu.ca for more information.