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Engineering & computer science virtual career fair

EMPLOYERS: Connect with Concordia students and recent graduates across all disciplines in engineering and computer science.

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Connect with 900+ Concordia students and recent graduates across all disciplines in Engineering and Computer Science from both undergraduate and graduate programs seeking full-time and part-time employment and internships!

Date: Thursday, October 12, 2023
Time: 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., EST
Location: Career Fair Plus (Virtual)

Currently in our fourth year of virtual recruitment fairs, we have been receiving consistent praise for our partnership with Career Fair Plus for providing an intuitive and rewarding experience for both recruiters and students. 

Check out the list of programs offered at the Gina Cody School of Engineering and Computer Science!


  • Early bird price (until September 30, 2023): $350 + tax
  • Regular price (as of October 1, 2023): $399 + tax


  • One-one-one and group meetings with candidates (choose from video, chat or telephone or use your own external link)
  • Unlimited number of recruiters (option to book one-on-one or group interviews)  
  • Access candidate résumés and LinkedIn profiles before the event date
  • Customize your own schedule and select students you want to meet from the Resume Drop
  • Add pre-requisites so only those students who meet your essential job requirements can book a slot
  • Booth set-up done by Career Fair Plus 
  • User-friendly platform, mobile- and desktop options
  • Option to upload a pre-recorded video introducing your company
  • Download reports with candidate details, recruiter assessments and notes
  • Responsive on-site technical support 
  • And much more!

Contact us

Career Advising and Professional Success (CAPS)

514-848-2424, ext. 7345

Career Counselling and Educational Transitions (CCET)

514-848-2424, ext. 7345


Sir George Williams Campus
Room H-745

Loyola Campus
Room AD-103

Office hours

Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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