Beedie Career Zone @ miniBIG Fair 2018

Event: Wed March 7, 2018

Jan 30, 2018
SFU Beedie Career Fair 2018
Register Now for the
SFU Beedie Career Fair 2018

“One Fair, Endless Opportunities'”

Presented by SFU Beedie School of Business Career Management Centre
in collaboration with
SFU Career and Volunteer Services miniBIG Fair
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!
This year, SFU Beedie is collaborating with SFU Career and Volunteer Services to invite organizations who are specifically hiring Business students to attend the miniBIG Fair in March.

We will have a specially designated “Beedie Career Zone” for our students to interact with around 20-25 exhibitors. Additionally, you will be able to visit the other 50 exhibitors at the Fair from public and private sectors, not-for-profit and educational institutions.

Held across 2 campuses and over 3 days, there is sure to be something for everyone. Please join us for one of the largest and most interactive SFU Campus-wide events!

A list of exhibitors is now available (note: exhibitors differ for each day of the Fair):
miniBIG Fair Exhibitors List 2018


Beedie Career Zone Exhibitors:

March 1: Surrey March 6: Burnaby March 7: Burnaby
Coast Capital Savings Canadian Linen and Uniform Services Canadian Linen and Uniform Services
Sun Life Financial Collabera Caron Business Solutions
TD Community Living BC Collabera
Westminster Savings Credit Union CRA Deloitte
CPABC Sherwin-Williams Canada
EMCO Corporation Speedee Transport
Enterprise Rent a Car STRIVE Recruitment
FIDELITY INVESTMENTS Sun Life Financial
Kal Tire   TD
POOLCORP
 Sun Life Financial
Traction on Demand
UBC Sauder Diploma Accounting Program (DAP)
 Uline

We recommend that you RSVP on Beedie Community.
Surrey Campus: Thursday, March 1, 10am – 3pm
RSVP Surrey
Burnaby Campus: Tuesday, March 6, 10am – 3pm
RSVP Burnaby Tuesday
Burnaby Campus: Wednesday, March 7, 10 am – 3pm
RSVP Burnaby Wednesday
To prep for the Fair, don’t forget to make an appointment with a Career Advisor for one-on-one advising: Beedie Career Advising
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