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ASME & IEEE Engineering Career Fair with Ryerson, PEO, STLE, WIE, WIA ...

ASME Ontario Section

Thursday, 14 May 2015 from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM (EDT)

ASME & IEEE Engineering Career Fair with Ryerson, PEO,...

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If you’re a recent grad looking to kick off your career or an experienced engineer looking for a change in professional scenery, here’s an opportunity! This career fair will host numerous engineering companies, organizations and societies of many fields looking to recruit the right candidate. Polish that resume and cover letter. Do your research because that candidate could be you! 

American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) Ontario Section, Ryerson University and Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Toronto Section in the collaboratio with:

  • American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) Hamilton
  • Canadain Institute for Non-destructive Testing (CNDE)
  • Canadian Society for Bioengineering / Société Canadienne de Génie Agroalimentaire et de Bioingénierie (CSBE-SCGAB)
  • Canadian Society for Civil Engineering (CSCE) London
  • Consulting Engineers of Ontario (CEO)
  • Institute of Industrial Engineers (IIE) Toronto
  • Ontario Society of Professional Engineers
  • Professional Engineers of Ontario (PEO) Chapters throughout the GTA and Ontario
  • Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) Toronto
  • Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers (STLE) Toronto
  • Women in Aerospace (WIA)
  • Women in Engineering (WIE) Ryerson

Organizations that have shown interest thus far include:

Registration is completely free as is attending the ASME & IEEE Engineering Career Fair in person.  As it stands the list of interested hosting companies will continue to grow and final confirmation updates will be provided to our registered attendees as we approach the final date of the fair.

Our team and its cooperating companies are delighted to bring this career-changing opportunity to your attention but if you’re seeking to land that available job position then the last and only step required of you is attending!  If interested, we look forward to seeing you there on May 14th.  Thank you and have a great day!


As an Attendee, how can I prepare for the ASME & IEEE Engineering Career Fair?

Written By:  Mayurthen Suppiah (ASME Ontario Section Secretary)


  1. Understand why you are attending.  

Analyze the career fair you will be entering and ask yourself why you are going?  Are you there to land a job?  Have an insider look over products specific companies will be showcasing?  Begin networking with companies and fellow engineering attendees?  Once you answer this question proceed to the following steps.  The proceeding article steps will assume you are attending to land a professional engineering work position.


  1. Research the career fair.

Register for the career fair as an attendee ahead of time and get online inside information of which employer companies will be attending.  Figure out which companies appeal to your needs and come prepared.  Understand what these companies are looking for, represent and appeal to them.  Be prepared to converse and mutualise interests with employers to give yourself an advantage over the traditional applicant who simply enters to provide their CV/resume to any company they visit.  


  1. Mutualise interests with employers.

A lasting impression will work wonders in the employer’s mindset during and after the fair.  Be prepared to converse and show the employer that you understand and represent what they are looking for.  Conversing includes asking questions back to the employer, showcasing that you are interested in more than just landing the job.  Indicating that you care for the employer’s needs and what the employer represents increases your chances of leaving a positive impression.


  1. Come prepared and dress professionally.

Update your CV/resume and covering letter (if applicable).  This information will link your records and experience with the employer’s needs.  Ensure that everything is up-to-date and properly edited.  Feel free to ask colleagues, career informational advisors and use online guides to assist your cause.  A clean image is the best image.  Ensure you enter the career fair looking like a professional engineer and not a last minute registration trying to land a quick job.  


  1. Introduce the proper mindset and be presentable. 

You can’t leave the career fair any worse than entering it.  Relax and be prepared to answer both common and company-specific interview questions.  Envision your goal prior to each interaction and execute to the best of your ability.  You should be as ready and content with yourself as you can be by this point.  Good luck!

Have questions about ASME & IEEE Engineering Career Fair with Ryerson, PEO, STLE, WIE, WIA ...? Contact ASME Ontario Section

When & Where


Mattamy Athletic Centre at the Gardens
50 Carlton Street
Toronto, ON M5B 1J2
Canada

Thursday, 14 May 2015 from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM (EDT)


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