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

Career Days

Themed Career Days offer you the chance to familiarize our students and graduates with your company. Career Days, which can host up to 40 companies, are very popular. Sign up fast!

All activities take place at ÉTS.

Themed Career Days | 2019-2020 Schedule

Electronics, Telecommunication, Software and IT October 2, 2019  fully booked
January 9, 2020
Mechanical, Automation and Power /
Aeronautics and Aerospace
October 3, 2019 
Génie ÉTS (all fields) September 17, 2019  fully booked
January 13, 2020 
Construction, Building and Infrastructures February 26, 2020  

Sample Schedule

From 8:30 a.m. Booths are set up
10 a.m. Career Day begins
11 h 30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. 
Lunchtime for students: the busiest time at booths!
3 p.m.
Career Day ends; booths are taken down

Fees and registration

Fees to participate in a Career Day (before taxes):

  • Company with up to 200 employees: $400$
  • Company with 200 employees or more: $600
  • Rental of a banner stand: $300 (upon reservation only)

These fees include:

  • Three representatives on site ($25 per additional representative)
  • 10' X 10' space with table, chairs and tablecloth
  • Breakfast and lunch
  • Promotion
  • Coatroom
  • Wi-Fi

An invoice will be sent to you after the event (payments must be made by cheque or bank transfer). Registration fees will be charged in full for any absence or cancellation made less than 48 hours before the event.

Event Logistics

Event Logistics

Do you want to have your booth and promotional material delivered before the event? You can send your materials over up to 24 hours before the event begins.


  • At the loading dock, 1125 William Street (one street south of Notre-Dame, accessible via Peel Street), Montréal, H3C 1P7

Hours of operations:

  • 7:30 a.m. to noon
  • 1 to 4 p.m.

Picking up your materials after the event

You can pick up your material at the loading dock as soon as the event ends (before 4 p.m.) or the next day.


Indoor parking lots for visitors are located at:

  • 1111 Notre Dame West, under Pavilion B: entrance via Jean d'Estrées Street
  • 1220 Notre Dame West, under the Maison des étudiants: Entrance via Eleanor Street, via William Street

A tunnel links Pavilions B and E to the main pavilion (A).

However, the number of parking spaces is limited. We suggest that you have your materials delivered to the loading dock and use public transportation.

If you park off-site, you can drop your materials off at the loading dock or in the hall of the main pavilion (A) on the morning of the event.

Parking fees are the responsibility of the employer.

List of companies registered

List of companies registered

Electronics, Telecommunication, Software and IT - September 19, 2018

Hall of pavilion A:
ALTEN Canada
Altitude sport
Behaviour Interatif
Big Bang ERP
Bridgestone Canada Inc.
Croesus Finansoft inc
Dental Wings
ESI Technologies
Evolving Web
Expertus Technologies
FDM Group Canada
GIRO inc.
Groupe AZUR
ISAAC Instruments
Maestro Technologies
MDA Corporation
Mouvement Desjardins
Nmédia Inc.
Tactio Groupe Santé
Technologies Lanka
Teledyne DALSA
Uni-Sélect inc.
Vigilant - une compagnie DRW & DRW
Zimmer CAS

Hall of pavilion B:
Acceo Solutions inc.
Avanade Inc.
Casgrain et Compagnie Limitee Centre de la sécurité des télécommunications (CST)
Grass Valley
IBwave Solutions Inc.
Studio Pyxis

Mechanical, Automation and Power / Aeronautics and Aerospace - September 20, 2018

AKKA Groupe Amérique du Nord inc.
ALTEN Canada
Andritz Hydro Canada Inc.
B&R Industrial Automation
Bell Helicopter Textron Canada Inc.
BID Group Technologie, Division Comact
Bimbo Canada
Cascades Groupe Tissu
Concept DB
CS Communication et Systèmes Canada
Famic Technologies
GE Aviation Bromont
Grantek Systems Integration Inc.
Groupe Deric
Groupe Labrie Enviroquip
Hatch Ltée
I.S.I. Controls Inc.
JMJ Aéronautique
MDA Corporation
MI Intégration
Neksys Inc.
Premier Tech
Safran Systèmes d'Atterissage
Société de transport de Montréal
South Shore

GéniÉTS (all fields) - October 4, 2018

Hall of pavilion A:
Béton Provincial Ltée
Bridgestone Canada Inc.
CEL Aerospace
Contrôles Laurentide
EBC Inc.
Embrionix Design
Enero Solutions
Essity Canada Inc.
Eurovia Québec
Famic Technologies
Fempro Consumer Products ULC
FM Global
Gebo Cermex Canada Inc.
Groupe IN-RGY Consultation Inc.
Kongbserg Automotive
Kruger Énergie
Marmen inc.
MDA Corporation
Micro Bird
Motion Composites
Munvo Marketing Solutions
PCI Automatisation Industrielle
Trilliant Networks (Canada) Inc.
Vergers Leahy
Worximity Technologies

Electronics, Telecommunication, Software and IT - January 16, 2019

Information to come

GéniÉTS (all fields) - January 19, 2019

Information to come

Construction, Building and Infrastructures - February 27, 2019

Information to come

Networking events

Networking events

Networking events take a variety of forms:

Lunchtime Lecture or Happy Hour

These activities are opportunities to meet students, graduating students and recent graduates at a lunchtime lecture or happy hour to promote internship and job opportunities at your company.

Company Career Days

During company career days, your company will set up an information booth at ÉTS to meet students.

Fees for a Company Career Day: $250 (before taxes)
Fees for the combination of two activities held on the same day: $400 (before taxes)

The fees include (according to needs):

  • A conference room
  • Audiovisual material
  • Promoting the activity
  • Wi-Fi

Additional fees may apply for special requests.

An invoice will be sent to you in the weeks following the event (payments must be made by cheque or bank transfer).

To organize an event, contact us at

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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