TSoM announces first-ever virtual Internship & Job Fair

On Thursday, July 15 between 2 p.m. and 5 p.m., the Toronto School of Management will host a virtual Internship and Job Fair for current TSoM students and alumni looking for co-op and employment opportunities.  The virtual internship and job fair is a golden opportunity for students to start building their career here in Canada, with an extensive list of companies participating in the event. They include:

  • A.I. VALI I
  • Admission Hub
  • Avantune
  • Banff Lodging Company
  • Deerhurst Resort
  • Dream
  • Eataly Toronto
  • Encubate Immigration Services
  • F8Inc
  • Four Seasons Hotel Toronto
  • Hi Bonjour Inc.
  • InnScience Labs Inc.
  • J4HK Consulting Incorporated
  • KASE Insurance
  • KASZ Marketing
  • Local Grown Salads
  • Local Public Eatery – Leaside
  • MaxTV Media
  • Movia
  • Nurture Growth BioFertilizer Inc.
  • Plastk Financial Inc.
  • Teleperformance Canada
  • The Distillery Restaurants Corp.NC.
  • TOlindo
  • Toronto School of Management
  • Uplift Learning Inc.
  • Yes Study Education Group.
  • Your Learner Education
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The TSoM Career Services team has prepared workshops for students which are designed for honing necessary skills in order to have positive, empowering interactions with prospective employers. This includes:

To prepare for the Job Fair, information on resumes and cover letters, interview skills, etc, are also available for students on Canvas.

The Career Services team also provided some quick tips that should help students ace their interviews:

  1.  Do your research on the registered employers – Obtaining appropriate knowledge on the participating companies is a must-do. Employers give a better chance of hiring someone who thinks ahead and shows interest in the position and the organization they are applying to.
  2.  Prepare your resume – Make sure that your resume has all the information necessary in order to gain employers’ attention. Create a customized resume for each position you’re interested in. You can also write a 30 to 60-second “elevator pitch,” providing enough information hiring managers might need all in one speech.
  3.  Practice for your interviews – Build your corporate persona ahead of the interview. Aside from the elevator pitch, practice common courtesies and polish your verbal and physical communication skills. Making eye contact, preparing to answer and ask questions, and avoiding awkward movements during interviews are prime examples.
  4.  Build your network – Job fairs are a great chance in building a network for your career, so make sure to bring your best foot forward to gain more connections.
  5.  Follow up on your interview status – It’s not a bad thing to ask for follow-ups after the job fair. A good approach would be to send a thank you note to the employers, then reinstate your interest and qualifications for the job.

TSoM Career Services team is available to help you before, during, and after the fair. For more information, students can email the team at [email protected].