Keep your organization top of mind with our students. Connect with them through any or all of these initiatives.
Business Career Expo March 8, 2013
Jointly sponsored by UBC’s Sauder School of Business, Uvic's Peter B. Gustavson School of Business, and SFU's Beedie School of Business, this annual event is one of the largest recruiting events in BC, affording you the opportunity to meet hundreds of undergraduate- and graduate-level students and recent alumni. Contact Rochelle Diablo
or visit Business Career Expo
for more information.
CareerTalk (Informational Interviews)
Volunteer your time over the course of the academic year speaking one-on-one with either undergraduate- or graduate-level students. Over 20 to 30 minutes, share information about your career path, your role, and the industries where you’ve worked. Our Career Advisors match students with volunteers who we believe will provide that individual students with relevant information. Sign up for CareerTalk through Beedie Community!
Company Information Sessions
Invite colleagues from across your organization, including those who are SFU Beedie alumni, and give students the insider's view on your organization's corporate culture, career opportunities, and hiring process. You are welcome to host one complimentary session per year (catering costs are extra). Additional sessions scheduled within the same year are $250. >>Schedule an afternoon or evening session.
Corporate Mock Interviews & Resume Reviews
Industry Career Panels
Guest Speaker Opportunities
The Beedie School of Business regularly seeks guest speakers for a variety of activities including:
- Personal Career Story Sharing
- In-Class Special Projects Expert
- Executive Speaker Series
- Executive Education Course Instructor
Mentors in Business Program
Support our student clubs through sponsorship, speaking at an event, hosting a seminar, serving in an advisor or mentor capacity, or attending a gala. Visit our Student Club Sponsorship Opportunities
page for links to various student clubs and associations.