Community / Career Fair

2019 Career Fair features open house geared towards grade 10 and 11 students and parents

career-fair-2019featured
Montreal - Monday, September 23, 2019

More than 2,000  Secondary V students will attend the 19th annual EMSB Career Fair on Wednesday, October 16 and Thursday,  October 17 at St. Pius X Career Centre in Ahuntsic (9955 Papineau).  Jack Dym of Pipe and Piling Supplies Ltd. and RBC Royal Bank are the event’s title sponsors. Several on air personalities from the media will be on hand to talk to students about careers in this field and serve as guest emcees.

From 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on October 16, the Career Fair will be open to the community-at-large. Organizers note that this is a good opportunity for parents to attend with their children (Grades 10 and 11)  as they look towards post-secondary education options in a one-stop shopping experience. There is no charge and free parking.  Mario Argiropoulos and Harriet Cohen from EMSB Adult Education and Vocational Services are the Career Fair co-chairs. The Student Services and AEVS Departments of the EMSB coordinate this program.   The main objective of the Career Fair is to provide students with an in-depth exposure to the various educational opportunities available to them.  All students will take part in a brief general information session in the St. Pius X auditorium. Students will then have the chance to visit the various exhibition/information booths staffed by representatives from English vocational centres, CEGEPS, universities and some private business colleges.

View Career Fair Booklet

View Career Fair Invitation Flyer

Related Articles
View All
Jun 02, 2020
EMSB Council of Commissioners support challenge to Bill 40
Read More
May 27, 2020
Vocational training centres to reopen; Adult Education students to complete exams
Read More
May 25, 2020
The Importance of Student Self-Confidence when teaching a second/third language
Read More
May 25, 2020
Online B.A.S.E. daycare registration for the 2020-2021 school year
Read More
May 21, 2020
Message from the Minister of Education - May 20 Update
In response to recent developments, the Minister of...
Read More
May 21, 2020
Online workshops to assist parents having difficulty communicating with their teens
Read More