Events & Fairs

The Career Development & Experiential Learning hosts events and fairs for UWindsor students and faculty / staff, recent alumni often in partnership with employers.  Click on any of the events and/or fair titles listed below for additional information.

For complete listing of upcoming events visit our mySuccess System Events Calendar (students log in with your UWin ID and password) as well as the upcoming events news feed on our website, Facebook and Twitter.

Annual Job Fair (January)

This recruitment event for students and recent alumni allows companies the opportunity to promote their employment opportunities.  You will talk face to face with company representatives and industry professionals from the local area, nationally and internationally.  Network with employers and market your skills!

Teacher Recruitment 

Students and alumni are encouraged to connect  with representatives recruiting for teaching opportunities within Canada and internationally.  On-campus opportunities for recruiters to connect with teacher candidates vary depending on the location of the teaching opportunities.  

Graduate & Professional Schools Fair (Fall Semester)

Representatives from educational institutions, both Canadian and International, are invited to promote their graduate programs, post-graduate certificates, and professional schools to University of Windsor students.

Community and Public Service Fair (November)

This is an opportunity for students to connect with representatives from non-profit and publicly sector organizations to find out about the job, career and volunteer opportunities they offer.

It All Adds Up! (November)

The purpose of this campaign is to help students reflect on their interests and activities – both inside and outside the classroom – to develop a holistic picture of their accomplishments and communicate their personal development. The campaign encourages students to write down their activities, lessons, and achievements – even when they don’t seem individually significant – on a whiteboard or chalkboard, think about how they all add up and then have their photo taken while holding it.  The photos will be posted to social media sites with the hashtag #italladdsup.