The Federation of Students: Part-time Job Fair Export this event to calendar

Wednesday, January 10, 2018 — 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM EST

student in Bubble Tea costume

Wondering what it’s like to work while you study? Meet students who work for Feds and learn about their experience working with us while attending school. Explore the different departments and various roles you could work in as a Feds part-time student employee. Introduce yourself to hiring managers and put a face to your name by submitting your resume in person.

Why work with Feds? Like you, we understand your education is your highest priority, so we work with you to find a balance between school and work. We hire undergrads in roles that provide industry experience in a wide range of areas so you can beef up your resume and your bank account while knowing your school work won’t suffer.

Departments that are hiring include:

  • Feds Marketing — graphic design, promo team, web design & photography
  • The Bombshelter Pub
  • Makers Food Factory
  • The Turnkey Desk
  • FedBus
  • Campus Bubble and Wasabi Sushi
  • International News
  • The Caffeine Dispensary Café and Lounge (Kitchener location)

Join our friendly work environment and contribute to improving student life on campus by working with your undergraduate student union. We can’t wait to meet you!

For further information please contact alexander.kelley@feds.ca

Location 
SLC - Student Life Centre

200 University Avenue West

Waterloo, ON N2L 3G1
Canada

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