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Workshops & seminars

BMO Day Virtual Information Session

Date & time
Thursday, September 24, 2020
1 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.

This event is free


Career and Planning Services
514-848-2424 ext. 7345




Target Audience: Undergraduate

Programs: All majors

Discover a career where you choose your own path, make a difference, and are heard.

Virtually join us for an informative insight into BMO and the opportunities to grow as part of a team. Get an inside look into what BMO has to ofer for your career alongside other forward thinkers who are driven by our vision to be the bank that defines great customer service.

The BMO Campus Recruitment Team is excited to connect with your students this Fall! We will be hosting our North American Virtual Tour from coast to coast during the month of September, where students will have the opportunity to learn about exciting internship, co-op, and new graduate opportunities.

Please find promotional materials attached that can be leveraged when sharing with your student network. Registration is open to all students and programs. Once students register for the event through the sign-up form, we will contact them directly with further details about the event.

BMO Insights

During this virtual session, students will receive an overview of the Bank followed by line-of-business specific break out sessions. Students will attend rotating sessions to learn more about co-op, internship and full-time roles in Technology & Operations, Corporate Areas, Commercial Banking, Personal & Business Banking, and Wealth Management.

Register for the BMO Insights session

Campus Recruiter Hangout Session

Campus Recruiters will host virtual hangout sessions for a small group of pre-selected, high-potential students. Students will have the benefit of asking questions in a personalized, comfortable environment.

Apply to participate in a Recruiter Hangout Session

We are looking forward to connecting with your students! Please don’t hesitate to reach out to me directly should you have any questions. 

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