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Campus Career Expo is designed to help students and alumni connect with various organizations to discuss meaningful and interesting opportunities. Explore booths with local, national, and international exhibitors who have come to share their passions, answer questions, and attract inspired uSask talent like you! 

Meet with reps from various employers, government, and other institutions! Connect with current and future full-time, part-time, summer, co-op/internship, volunteer and graduate school opportunities. Attending Expo helps enhance your career prospects and uncover a future that's the right fit for you. Students in all colleges are welcome to attend.

Brought to you by the SECC, we look forward to seeing you there. Stop by our booth to discuss our employment resources and take advantage of our NEW drop in "Ask a Career Coach" to have your most pressing career question answered.

September 19, 2018
10am - 4pm 
Business Casual

Advice From Past Attendees

"Visit all the booths that are applicable to your college. You never know what might interest you." - 2nd Year Kinesiology student

"Do research on the companies you are interested in, and reflect on what you are looking for from the companies you are interested in. Additionally, prepare resumes to bring with you. Even if you don't give them out, the impression that you are prepared is invaluable." - 4th Year Engineering student

"Know which booths you want to visit and where they are so you aren't scrambling around searching and possibly miss the perfect company for you. Dress for success." - 3rd Year Engineering student

"Make sure you take the time to go, it is beneficial to know who is looking at the students right out of school. Spend at least an hour so you can see everyone you want to. Don't be afraid to step in and introduce yourself." - 3rd year Edwards School of Business student


Tips for Success

What to do before the event
  • Get your resume ready!
  • View the list of attending companies.
  • Research the companies you are interested in and the positions offered, using the resources at the SECC and on the Internet. Talk to any other students or graduates that have worked for the companies.
  • Prepare intelligent, informed questions in advance for those employers that interest you. This will allow you to present yourself as well informed and will capture the employer’s attention.
  • Consider creating a LinkedIn account.
What to bring
  • Pen and notepad
  • Resumes
  • Portfolio or clipboard—to store the information and business cards you will pick up
  • Positive attitude!
  • Calling cards
What to wear
  • Arrive neatly dressed, and appear well groomed and professional at all times while at the event. 
  • Wear minimal jewelry and perfume/cologne, polish your shoes, and do not have gum or candy in your mouth.
  • Remember the importance of fresh breath!
Initiating contact
  • Practice your F.A.S.T. Pitch ahead of time, so that you are prepared to use it as a means of introducing yourself:

    F -
     First: name and firm handshake
    A - Academics: year and major
    S - Skills: strengths and interest (in position, their company, the industry, mentoring, etc.)
    T - Target: define your objective (what is your goal for speaking with this person)

  • Remember to smile and maintain good eye contact. Demonstrating a positive attitude and being engaged are very important!
  • Ask about the next step in the recruitment process if a recruiter is willing to accept your resume at the event. Some employers will decline and refer you to the SECC and the specific postings on the job postings board and website.
  • Be sure to thank employers for their time before you leave.
Additional tips
  • Attend the event alone—you will be more focused on your job search and make a stronger impression with potential employers.
  • Be friendly and warm, self-confident, and listen attentively.
  • Stay long enough to have your questions answered and your interest recognized, but never monopolize an employer's time. Ensure that you have left a positive impression.
  • Be patient while the recruiter is speaking with another student.
  • Show interest in the company, not just its promotional items.
  • Focus on what you can bring to the organization, not what the organization can do for you.
  • Be relaxed and have fun!

List of Exhibitors

Filter by discipline:

Attendee Booth
University of Saskatchewan Students' Union
Concentra Bank 10
Husky Energy 100
Sherwin-Williams Canada 101
Mary Kay 102
Ministry of Energy and Resources - Sask. Geological Survey (SGS) 103
Pepsi Co Canada 104
Student Employment and Career Centre, University of Saskatchewan
Student Employment and Career Centre, University of Saskatchewan
ADM - Archer Daniels Midland Company 107
Ranch Ehrlo Society 108
Kiewit Corp. 109
Dillon Consulting 11
Haskayne School of Business - U of C 110
Bell 111
Bourgault Industries 112
ARC Resources Ltd. 113
Ministry of Finance 115
Lehigh Hanson Materials Limited 116
Edwards School of Business, Graduate programs, uSask 117
University of Calgary - M.Sc. in Sustainable Energy Development Program 118
The Association of Consulting Engineering Companies - Saskatchewan 119
Nutrien 12
Canadian National Railway 120
ISN 13
CGG 14
Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine 15
Canadian Natural Resources 16
Coconut Software 17
Northwestern Health Sciences University, College of Chiropractic 18
Canadian Food Inspection Agency 19
Cargill 2
Saskatchewan Cancer Agency 20
Saskatchewan Ministry of Corrections and Policing 25
RCMP ProActive Recruiting 26
Across the Pond 27
John Deere Canada ULC 28
HMCS UNICORN, Saskatoon's Naval Reserve Division, Royal Canadian Navy 29
Cavalier Agrow Ltd. 3
Parks Canada - Prince Albert National Park 30
Canada Border Services Agency 31
Canada Revenue Agency 32
Public Service Commission of Canada 33
Aegion 38
Saskatoon Police Service 39
Farm Credit Canada 4
uSask Human Resources 40
Conexus Credit Union 5
Institute of Chartered Professional Accountants of Saskatchewan - CPA Canada 6
Student Works Painting 7
Federated Co-operatives Limited
Trane Canada-West 76
Westmoreland Coal Company 77
SeedMaster Manufacturing 78
DOT Technology Corp 79
FFUN Group 80
SaskTel 81
Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy 84
Western University - Engineering Graduate Office 85
NOVA Chemicals 86
Saskatchewan Crop Insurance Corporation 87
Mosaic 88
GoodLife Fitness 89
Saskatoon Downtown Youth Centre Inc. / EGADZ 9
PCL Construction Management Inc. 91
Brandt Group of Companies 92
SED Systems 93
Saskatchewan Blue Cross 94
Emco Corporation 95
ISM Canada 96
Imperial 97
Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College 99