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.

Career Days

Virtual Career Day

To be determined

This event, which brings together students and graduates from all profiles and programs, will be a privileged moment to meet them virtually, inform them about your company, gain visibility, promote your co-op work terms and jobs and ensure your company’s future. 

How will it work?

Our virtual event platform, vFairs, will allow you to:
- Create a virtual space that reflects your company's image and logo ;
- Introduce your company to ÉTS candidates through an introductory text;
- Make corporate videos and documentation (PDF documents, photos, etc.) available to candidates;
- Chat with candidates (maximum of 10 representatives per company);
- Meet with candidates using the video conferencing platform of your choice (Zoom, Teams, etc.);
- Access the application file of interested candidates. 

 Schedule

The event will take place from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. 

Costs and registration

  • Big business : 375$ (before taxes);
  • Small medium business : 275$ (before taxes).

Register here.

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

Event Logistics
List of companies registered
ABB
ADP Façade Inc.
Aecon
Akinox Solutions 
Alstom
ALTEN Canada
Altitude Aerospace
ArcelorMittal Produits longs Canada
Armstrong Fluid Technology
Artmetco
ASDR Canada
Atwill-Morin Inc.
Avizo Experts Conseils
Banque Nationale du Canada
BBA
Bell
Bellemare Manutention
BHP experts-conseils S.E.C.
BID Group
BOA-FRANC
Borea Construction ULC
Borealis 
Brasseries Sleeman
Bridgestone Canada inc.
Brigil
Brookfield Global Integrated Solutions 
CAE Inc.
Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec
CAMPAGNA MOTORS
Cascades
Cégep de Sept-Îles
CEL aerospace test equipment
Centre de la sécurité des télécommunications (CST)
Centre de services scolaire de Laval
Centris Technologies
CEZinc
CGC Inc
CGI
CHUM
CIMA+
Cimota Inc.
CIUSSS du Nord de l'Île de Montréal
Clear-Com Research Inc.
Conseil 2.0
Conseil des technologies de l'information et des communications
Consortium MR
Construction Jadco Inc.
Construction Sorel Ltée
Corporation Micro Bird
Crakmedia
Creaform
CRIM
CRT Construction
CS GROUP - Canada Inc.
CSL Group Inc
Delastek
Demix Construction
Desjardins
Desjardins Experts Conseils
Duroking 
EBC Inc.
Eequinox
EFEL Experts-conseils inc.
Enertrak Inc.
Entreprises de construction DAWCO Inc.
Entreprises du Groupe Geloso - Broue Alliance (Les)
Entreprises QMD inc. (Les)
Environnement routier NRJ
ESI Technologies
E-SMART Control Inc.
Eurovia Québec
Excavations Payette (Les)
EXP
Famic Technologies Inc.
FDM Group
Fednav Limitée
FNX-INNOV
Foxtrot Industriel
Gameloft
GBI Experts-Conseils 
Gestion Proxima
GIRO
GNR CORBUS
GPH inc.
Grenadine Technologies
Groupe ABS
Groupe COSIOR
Groupe Deric
Groupe Lessard
Groupe Montoni (1995) Division Construction inc.
Groupe Nvira inc.
Groupe Paco
Groupe Selection
GSoft
Héneault et Gosselin inc.
Hitachi Énergie Canada Inc. 
Hydro-Québec
Impack Packaging
Industries Machinex
Industries Mailhot
Ineat Canada
Intact 
Intelcom
Intervia
JCB Construction Canada
JCB Construction Canada
Kaloom
Kezber
Kongsberg Automotive 
L. Fournier & Fils Inc.
La Presse
Lauak Canada
Le Groupe Excelpro
Le Groupe Gesfor, Poirier, Pinchin inc.
LE GROUPE LML LTÉE
LeddarTech inc.
Leprohon inc.
Les consultants en environnement Progestech inc.
Levio Conseils Inc.
L'Oréal Canada Inc
Loto-Québec
Lowe's Canada
Ludia
Magil Construction
Marmen inc.
Maskimo Construction
Matrox
Maya HTT
MDA
MEDFAR 
Medyx inc.
Meubles Foliot
Michel Miller inc.
Mine Canadian Malartic
Ministère des Transports
Mirego
MMC packaging Ltée
Moov AI
Moreau
MP Solutions
Nakisa
Neoxia
Nmédia
Octasic
Olymel S.E.C.
Olympus NDT Canada inc
OPAL-RT Technologies
Open Systems International
Pageau Morel
Parallele 54 Expert Conseil
Pelican International
Place aux jeunes en région
Pluritec ltée
PMP Solutions
Pomerleau
Pratt & Whitney
Premier Tech 
Proceco Ltée
Produits forestiers Resolu
Produits Suncor Energie, S.E.N.C.
Progymedia Inc.
Protube Manutention Inc.
Qualtech
Rayonier AM
RDC Contrôle
Régulvar
Revenu Québec
Riedel Communications Canada Inc.
Rogers Communications 
Roxboro Excavation
SCV/Enercor
Service canadien du renseignement de sécurité (SCRS) / (CSIS)
Shellex groupe conseil
Sherbrooke Innopole
Sherweb
Simard Suspensions
Sintra
Slalom
SNC-Lavalin
Société Centris
Société québécoise des infrastructures
Solotech
Solutions Media 360
Soprema
Sureté du Québec
Synergie Médicale 
Technologie Hypertronic Inc.
Techso
Télé Québec
TELUS
Tetra Tech
Therrien Entrepreneur Général
Third Bridge
Toitures trois étoiles
Transelec Common inc
Ultra Communications
Ville de Laval
Ville Saint-Jérôme
Vitreco Inc 
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.

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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