Students and alumni

Are you looking to connect with employers and investigate potential opportunities?
Are you looking for a summer, part-time, or full-time job?

JOIN us for the 2021 Health Sciences Career Fair!

Students, mark your calendars and plan to attend this annual June event.

  • Expand your understanding of the industries and companies that employ students and graduates from faculties related to Health Sciences
  • Increase your understanding knowledge, skills and attributes employers look for in future employees
  • Learn about employment opportunities: full-time, part-time, co-op and summer positions
  • Open to all University of Manitoba students and alumni

Fair Supporters

  • Platinum Supporter

    1 spot available

  • Supporter

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    3 spots remaining

Limited spots are available for all Supporters.

All 2021 Health Sciences Fair Exhibitors

Information for Exhibitors

Benefits of being an exhibitor

This year, the Health Sciences Career Fair has aligned with the Canadian Student Health Research Forum (CSHRF). Their national poster competition brings approximately 150 student participants who have been selected on the basis of being within the top 5% of their cohort from major universities across Canada.

  • Connect with graduate reseachers, undergraduate students, and alumni eager to learn about your organization and potential employment opportunities.
  • Market your organization to hundreds of qualified researchers and increase your brand awareness among the student body.
  • Recruit for full-time, part-time, summer and volunteer positions.
  • Educate students on the knowledge, skills, and attributes you look for as an employer.
  • Register for the Health Sciences Career Fair to find the right people for your organization.
  • Take advantage of this great opportunity to connect with some of the best and brightest in Canada!

Registration is now open

Take a moment to review the fair resources below before registering.