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Queen’s alumni return to recruit at Fall Engineering & Technology Fair

  • Ryan Inayeh, a Queen’s graduate, attended the Fall Engineering and Technology Fair representing JSI Telecom, a market leader in investigative analysis solutions. JSI was at the fair seeking interns and graduates for roles in software and were eagerly meeting with students from a variety of disciplines.
    Ryan Inayeh, a Queen’s graduate, attended the Fall Engineering and Technology Fair representing JSI Telecom, a market leader in investigative analysis solutions. JSI was at the fair seeking interns and graduates for roles in software and were eagerly meeting with students from a variety of disciplines.
  • Paridhi Chauhan, right, and colleagues from the digital performance marketing agency DAC Group were at the fair looking for IT interns and staff from Queen’s programs such as computing, computer engineering, and mathematics and statistics. Ms. Chauhan and her Queen's grad colleague Catherine Johnson (BScH Psych 2014, MIR 2015) noted that the company's CEO is a Queen’s alumnus.
    Paridhi Chauhan, right, and colleagues from the digital performance marketing agency DAC Group were at the fair looking for IT interns and staff from Queen’s programs such as computing, computer engineering, and mathematics and statistics. Ms. Chauhan and her Queen's grad colleague Catherine Johnson (BScH Psych 2014, MIR 2015) noted that the company's CEO is a Queen’s alumnus.
  • Thinkmax, a consulting firm with offices in Toronto, Montreal, and around the world, has hired from Queen’s in the past, including Zamir Habib, who they met at last year’s fair and helped represent the company this year.
    Thinkmax, a consulting firm with offices in Toronto, Montreal, and around the world, has hired from Queen’s in the past, including Zamir Habib, who they met at last year’s fair and helped represent the company this year.

Hundreds of students from various faculties and programs interested in jobs in the engineering and technology sectors attended the Fall Engineering and Technology Fair on Tuesday, Oct. 17 and Wednesday, Oct. 18 in Grant Hall. 

With more than 70 booths spanning the two days, the semi-annual Engineering and Technology Fair featured a student prep area, drop-in career advising and a resume clinic sponsored by TRANE, an HVAC company and two-day exhibitor. Many organizations brought along recent hires who are Queen’s alumni.

The Winter 2018 Fair is scheduled for Wednesday, Jan. 24.

Visit the Career Services website for more information and events.