SAVE THE DATE: GCM Job Fair 2022 will take place on March 29, 2022
The GCM Job Fair is an employer’s best opportunity to connect with determined students seeking summer internships or full-time career positions. Participation is free, but registration is required.
2022 Job Fair Details
- Tuesday, March 29, 2022 – details to follow
You will receive additional information on how to submit your company info and job posting following your registration.
Note: we want all students attending to have equal interview opportunities. If you have registered for the Job Fair, please refrain from connecting with individual students before the event. If you happen to fill the position, or would like to withdraw your registration from the Job Fair, please email us at: email@example.com, opens in new window.
The students look forward to meeting you online and we look forward to working with you. We hope to see you in March!
About our GCM Students
GCM students possess a diverse range of skills that provide value to employers in areas such as (but not limited to): marketing, graphic design, document design, eBook/ePub development, image retouching, digital image capture, print production, packaging design, project management, digital asset management, estimating and sales.
Graduating students are looking for full-time, career focused employment.
Internships are a mentoring relationship between the employer and a third year student. These paid positions begin at the end of April and continue until the end of August. Students typically seek full-time positions however, a minimum of 200 hours of work is allowed. Many students continue their internships on a part-time basis during the fall when school recommences, if the employer wishes.
Unfortunately, we are not able to send you the list due to last minute changes being made to interview schedules.
We leave the next step of the recruitment process to you. Some students are hired on the spot and while others are invited to attend a second round of interviews. If you have filled a position, we ask that you send a courtesy email to students who showed interest in the position but were not selected for the role.
Congratulations! Once an intern has accepted the offer, the onus is on the student to contact the school about their employment so that we can update their status and make arrangements for a site visit.