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Opening doors to the future

  • [Queen's Career Fair]
    The Queen's Career Fair was hosted Tuesday by Career Services with more than 100 recruiter booths available for students to visit.
  • [Queen's Career Fair]
    Queen's students were able to meet with recruiters from a variety of sectors and a wide range of schools during the Queen's Career Fair.
  • [Queen's Career Fair]
    As part of the Student Prep Area at the Queen's Career Fair, students were able to get a quality photo taken for their LinkedIn profile.
  • [Queen's Career Fair]
    The Queen's Career Fair was hosted Tuesday by Career Services with more than 100 recruiter booths available for students to visit.
  • [Queen's Career Fair]
    Principal Daniel Woolf toured the Queen's Career Fair and spoke with Annette Lilly, Associate Director of the Research Program Office at Queen's School of Business.

The prospect of making some valuable connections with potential employers and post-secondary institutions drew crowds of students to the Queen’s Career Fair on Tuesday.

Held at the Athletics and Recreation Centre’s main gym, the event brought together more than 100 recruiter booths from organizations in both the public and private sectors. Visitors were also able to get some help in polishing up their resume as well as a quality headshot for their LinkedIn profile.

New this year, Career Services partnered with the Queen’s University International Centre (QUIC) to help students interested in working or studying outside of Canada.