Information for Students


Tuesday, February 13, 2001 from 10:00 AM - 3:30 PM
In the Michelle Pujol Room of the Student Union Building

Explore a Career in the Growing High-Tech Industry
Free admission for students

No advance registration necessary
All post-secondary students welcome
Co-hosted by AIESEC Victoria and the UVic Student Employment Centre

The High-Tech Career Fair provides a great opportunity for students and recent grads to meet major employers face-to-face and to obtain information to make good career decisions. Whether you are actively searching for employment to follow graduation, looking for a co-op work term position, a summer job or are simply interested in researching the current job market, take time to talk with some of the employers at this year's Career Fair about your background, interests and career goals.

Check this web site site regularly to find out which employers will be there and for information on how to prepare for and benefit from a career fair. Before the event, check Campus WorkLink for postings from attending employers.

Contact Info

Jennifer Margison, Manager
or James Dale, Career Fair Coordinator
Student Employment Centre
University of Victoria
Phone: (250) 721-8418
Fax: (250) 721-6220

Preparing for the Career Fair

Event Information

Attending Organizations
High-Tech Careers Fair 2001 Floor Plan
Career Forums
Employer Information Sessions

Volunteers Wanted

Add to your resume. Meet recruiters.

Volunteer to be a student host at the Hgh-Tech Career Fair!
Contact Jennifer Margison for more info.

What is AIESEC?

We are a group of students raising jobs locally in exchange for jobs abroad. Through the AIESEC exchange, UVic students can travel to any of our partnering countries. We are part of an international team of 50,000 students, in over 85 different countries devoted to the development of cultural understanding and international awareness. E-mail for more info. or visit the AIESEC web site