Participate in a Co-op Work Term and Job Events

The Cooperative Education Department, with its connections to the industry, can help you organize events on the ÉTS campus.

These activities are an opportunity to meet our highly qualified students and graduates, familiarize them with your company, gain visibility, promote your co-op work terms and jobs and ensure your company’s future.

Internship and Job Day- Attendance on campus

Internship and Job Day- Attendance on campus

Face-to-face internship and job days give you the opportunity to make yourself known to our students and graduates. These activities take place in the main entrance hall of Pavilion A at ÉTS and can accommodate up to 40 companies. 

Calendar

•    Fall 2022: September 20, 2022 **FULL
•    Winter 2023: Date to come

Standard schedule

•    From 8:30 a.m.: Booth set-up
•    10:00 a.m.: Beginning of the activity
•    11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.: Lunch period for students, the busiest time!
•    3:00 p.m.: End of the activity and dismantling 

Associated costs (Activity on campus, before taxes)

•    Business with 499 employees or less: $400;
•    Business with 500 or more employees: $600;

These costs include:
•    Two representatives on site;
•    10' X 10' space with table, chairs and tablecloth;
•    Snack and dinner;
•    Business promotion;
•    Wireless Internet

Registration – limited seats **FULL**

The invoice is sent in the weeks following the activity (payment by check or bank transfer). 
In case of absence or cancellation made less than 72 hours before the activity, the full registration fee will be required.

Internship and Job day - Virtual

Internship and Job day - Virtual

Bringing together students and graduates of all profiles and programs, this event will be a privileged moment to meet them virtually, inform them about your company, gain visibility and promote your internships and jobs!

How will it work?

Our virtual event platform, UMANIZE, is an entirely Quebec creation that will allow you to:

•    Create a virtual booth in the image of your company;
•    Make available corporate videos and documentation such as PDF documents and photos to candidates;
•    Register two representatives to “host” your booth;
•    Establish appointment slots with candidates in advance;
•    Meet candidates on a “walk-in” basis;
•    Identify potential candidates using the smart networking;
•    Offer a one-hour conference/webinar during the event (limited seats, additional costs).

 Calendar and timeline

•    Fall 2022: September 21, 2022 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
•    Deadline - registration: August 15, 2022
•    Deadline - set up of virtual booths by exhibitors: August 18, 2022
•    Exhibitor training: to come
•    Winter 2023: Date to come

Associated costs (virtual activity, before taxes)

•    Business with 499 employees or less: $275;
•    Business with 500 or more employees: $375;
•    Reservation of a one-hour time slot for a conference/webinar during the Internship and Job Day: $100.

Registration – limited seats

Virtual JSEE Registration Form - September 21

Reservation form for a conference/webinar time slot during the Internship and Job Day

The invoice will be sent in the weeks following the activity (payment by check or bank transfer). In case of absence or cancellation made less than 72 hours before the activity, the full registration fee will be required.

Event Logistics
Networking events

Networking activities

ÉTS is once again allowing in-person events on the campus.

Please note that virtual activities (e.g. Virtual Networking Lunch ) can still take place.

Networking activities allow you to meet with students, graduates and recent graduates during a conference to introduce them to your internship and job opportunities. By addressing a specific technical topic, you will gain popularity with students.

Cost associated with these activities:

  • Virtual Networking Lunch : $100 (before taxes)
  • In-person Networking Lunch: $350 (before taxes)
  • Business day (in-person booth): $350 (before taxes)

The invoice will be sent in the weeks following the activity (payment by check or bank transfer).

To organize an event, contact us at JSEE@etsmtl.ca.

List of companies registered
Casgrain & Compagnie Limitée
Centris Technologies
Creaform Ingénierie
Createch
CRT Construction
Entreprises de construction Dawco Inc.
Enviroair Industries
Équipe Laurence
Excavations Payette Ltée
EXP
FNX-INNOV Inc.
Génik
Hulix Construction
Industries NRC
ISAAC Instruments
Kolostat Inc.
LAUAK Canada
Les Constructions Reliance du Canada Ltée
L'Oréal
Macogep inc.
Magil Construction
Matrox
Maxon Computer Canada
MSK CANADA
Neoxia
Oslo Construction inc.
Paccar du Canada inc.
PCI Automatisation Industrielle
Place aux jeunes en région
Procova inc.
Régulvar
SAJB
Services Infraspec
Sintra Inc.
SOLJIT
Suncor Énergie
Syscomax inc.
Techso
Tornatech Inc
AIRBUS Canada
ALTEN Canada
Aménagement Côté Jardin
Audet & Knight
BBA
Beyond Technologies
Centris
CEZinc
CIMA+
CMC Électronique 
Coffrage Alliance
Contrôles Laurentide
CS Group Canada
Demix construction division de CRH Canada
Demospec
Desjardins
EllisDon Corporation
Enercon Canada
Englobe
Eurovia Québec
Excavation E.S.M.
Expertbâtiment Services-Conseils Inc.
FDM
Flare Systems Inc.
Frontmatec
Galarneau Entrepreneur Général
gbi Experts-Conseils
GCM
Gestion DMJ
Groupe Aldo
Groupe GEYSER
Groupe Michaudville
Groupe Sélection
G-Tek
IGF axiom inc.
Intact
Keyence Canada Inc.
Kiewit
L. Fournier & fils Inc.
L3 MAPPS Inc.
La Société Générale
Les Industries Fournier inc.
Lowe's Canada
MaintainX
MDA
Mécan Hydro
MECANIUM inc.
Mine Canadian Malartic
Moov AI
Neptronic
Nmédia
Nouvlr
OJC Conseil
Orthogone
Parallèle 54 Expert Conseil Inc
Pomerleau
Ponton-Guillot
Pratt & Whitney
Safran Systèmes d'Atterrissage 
Sel Saint Laurent
Sidel Canada Inc.
Silicon Labs
Sinistar
Slalom Consulting
SNC-Lavalin
Sonaca Montréal 
Soucy
St-Denis Thompson
Superteck Experts-Conseils en bâtiment
Tetra Tech QI Inc.
Transelec Common inc
Umano Medical 
Vapor Rail, division de Wabtec Canada Inc.
Ville de Laval DGA Infrastructures
VINCI Construction
Éric Trépanier, shop foreman, SDK and Associates

Taking on engineering co-op students is part of our culture for over ten years,” explains Éric Trépanier, workshop foreman at SDK and Associates. “So much so that if we miss a semester, we feel it! By welcoming these young people into our workplace, we become an extension of the University for a few months. We “give back” in some way to the society we operate in.

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