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John Molson Virtual Career Fair

Save the date for our largest signature event of the year — the annual John Molson Career Fair!

Monday, September 20, 2021, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.


CMS is pleased to invite you to the John Molson Virtual Career Fair to be hosted virtually via Career Fair Plus.

Services and Benefits
  • Mobile and desktop friendly
  • Unlimited number of company representatives
  • Group, queue, and one-on-one meetings
  • Scheduled appointments with students and recruiters
  • Easy registration process
  • Access to students' electronic resume and LinkedIn profiles, 
  • And more!
Participating companies include:

ABB, Ad Hoc Research, Altis Recruitment, Amaris Consulting, BDG & Partners, Beyond Technologies, BNP Paribas, Bombardier, Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec, Canada Revenue Agency (CRA), Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS), Carpedia, Cascades, Chappuis Halder & Co, CN Railway, Coke Canada Bottling Co, Couche-Tard, Dialectica, EF Education First, Enterprise Holdings, Fastenal, Fuel Transport, Futures First Canada, Group Fed, Hydro-Québec, Imperial Tobacco Canada, Institut québécois de planification financière (IQPF), Intact, Ivanhoé Cambridge, L'Oréal Canada, Labatt, Leyton, Lowe's Canada, Lufa Farms, Maples Group, Meltwater, Merck, Morgan International, National Bank Financial Markets, Nestlé, Omnitrans, Ordre des CPA du Québec, PepsiCo Canada, Pratt & Whitney, Procter & Gamble (P&G), Rizing, Sekure Merchant Solutions, Shopper+, Sia Partners, Softchoice, SSENSE, Targray, TC Transcontinental, TD Bank Group, Trans-Pro Logistics, Valsoft, and YES Employment + Entrepreneurship!


Register today!

Are you interested in participating in the John Molson Virtual Career Fair? 

Contact our Employer Relations Associate, Celia Johnston, at careerevents.jmsb@concordia.ca to learn more!

John Molson students and alumni, to learn more and/or to register, please visit ConneXions - Events - Career Events - September 20. You can login using your MyConcordia credentials.

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