Education Career Fair – Surrey – Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Surrey Career Fair

Date: Tuesday 28th November, 2017

Time: 9:00am

  • Surrey Career Fair
    November 28, 2017
    9:00 am - 2:00 pm

Details

When: November 28th 9am to 2pm
Where: Cloverdale Agriplex
17798 62 Ave, Surrey, British Columbia
HortEducation will be in Booth #516

The Education & Career Fairs are B.C.’s largest career development fair.

The Education & Career Fair’s (ECF) mission is to support the career pursuits of B.C. residents “starting from square one”.

This includes secondary students planning for higher education; young adults looking to transfer their work experience & skills to a different industry; and new immigrants seeking employment and further training to settle in Canada.

THE EDUCATION & CAREER FAIRS FEATURES:

Learning Lounge – get tips on networking, resume writing, college applications, career advice and more from industry experts!

Digital Arts Interactive Gallery – experience what it takes to be an interior designer, computer graphics artist and other creative roles. Sponsored by the Centre for Arts & Technology.

Auto Careers Interactive Gallery – find out why the auto industry has so many opportunities within British Columbia! Sponsored by BC Auto Careers.

Post-secondary Schools – Universities, colleges and private career training schools from all over Canada and abroad are available to advise on the application process, tuition & fees, student life and more!

Industry Associations – Representatives from the hottest industries in B.C. can give you realistic insight of when and where the job opportunities are available. They can assist with connecting you to the right education providers, available scholarships and volunteer opportunities.

Employers – Visit the fair to speak directly to hiring managers. Some employers are actively hiring and taking applications, so arrive with a resume.

WHO SHOULD VISIT THE EDUCATION & CAREER FAIRS?

Secondary students & parents

Career counsellors & teachers

Adults 19 – 35 seeking jobs or a career change

New immigrants to Canada

And over 60+ post-secondary schools, employers and industry associations to connect with!

For more information or to register, visit http://www.educationcareerfairs.com/register/