MAY 13 & 14, 2021 — 9:00 AM TO 5:00 PM EST

Career Fair

Are you interested in Artificial Intelligence?
Are you a Master's Student? Ph.D. Student? 4yr Undergrad Math/CS or Engineering Student?
Are you looking for your next intern? Full-time position in AI?

Are you looking to learn about AI in the industry?

If you have answered YES to all, you are in for a treat!

A collaborative effort between Waterloo Artificial Intelligence Institute and its Industry Partners brings to you the virtual Artificial Intelligence Career Fair.

Waterloo.AI Career Fair is a two-day virtual hiring and networking event that connects our Partnered companies with qualified AI-focused 4th-year undergraduates, Masters, and Ph.D. students.

We have awesome partners participating!

Why should you attend?

  • Learn about the positions they are hiring
  • 1:1 conversations with hiring managers
  • Opportunity for offline interviews
  • Network with potential employers
  • Investigate and research career options
  • Obtain information from employers on:
    • Career opportunities
    • Educational requirements
    • Salary expectations
    • Corporate cultures
    • Job requirements
    • Industry growth
    • Industry trends
    • Skills and qualifications

Admission is FREE.

Location: Virtual Platform - MS Teams

Make an impression

Companies have the opportunity to take the stage and pitch why their company is a great place to work. In addition, there will be breakout rooms hosted by hiring managers, technical directors, etc.

It goes a little something like this...

First Hour | Company mainstage presentation

Second Hour | Breakout Sessions with hiring managers, technical directors, etc.

Registration

This event is reserved for students focused on artificial intelligence. The positions that the companies will be hiring are specifically AI-related.

Upon completing the online registration, your submission will be reviewed and you will receive a confirmation email.

Register here!

For more information or questions, please contact the event organizer, Nichola Harrilall.