Royal Road’s talent on display at fifth annual career fair

Networking event Feb. 8 looks to connect students with employers

Royal Roads University is hosting its fifth annual career development conference next Thursday, Feb. 8.

Potential employers can connect with Royal Road’s talent pool during this interactive event where both students and employers can make connections.

The conference also features guest speakers, human resource and industry panels, and student-employer networking boths. Booths are open from 1 to 4 p.m. with roughly 350 students expected to visit more than 40 industry booths.

There is no fee to host a networking booth or attend any of the day’s sessions and activities. For more information, email careerservices@royalroads.ca.


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