CMS is pleased to invite you to the 2021 Graduate-Level John Molson Elevator Pitch Day event!
List of past participating companies include:
Ad Hoc, Aerotek, AmerisourceBergen, Banque Laurentienne du Canada, BMO, Bombardier Aerospace, Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec (CDPQ), Casgrain & Co., Chappuis Halder & Co., Deloitte, EY, Freedom 55 Financial, Future Electronics, GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), Intact Insurance, McCain Foods, McKinsey & Co., Metro Richelieu, Richter, Roland Berger, RBC, SAP, SSENSE, TD Bank Financial Group, Vigilant Global, and more!
What is it?
The Elevator Pitch Day is a networking event where a maximum of 40 graduate-level students will be in attendance. Each student will deliver a 30-45 second elevator pitch followed by a networking period in break-out rooms. Each organization will be provided with its own break-out room and a resume book with a 1-page version of each participating student.
Who will be pitching to you?
Each of the participating students will be graduating either in Spring 2021 or in Fall 2021 and are currently enrolled in either the MBA, MSc, or other graduate-level programs offered at the John Molson School of Business.
What are the benefits to you?
By participating in this event, you have the chance to:
Be recognized as one of the John Molson School of Business Valued Employers
Interact with up to 40 Graduate-level students from the John Molson School of Business and receive a Resume Book of all participants
Identify key candidates you may wish to meet subsequently to interview
Capitalize on this unique opportunity to meet graduates who can satisfy your hiring needs. Whether you are looking for specialists or generalists, you will be connected with a variety of talent, skills, and experience in our graduate students.
In addition to being technically and professionally highly skilled, these future business leaders are action-oriented and team-spirited. Your presence at the event will also strengthen your company brand on campus and remain top of mind among the business leaders of tomorrow.