Career Fairs

2021 Saskatchewan Polytechnic Virtual Career Fair

The 2021 Sask Polytech Virtual Career Fair, presented by Student Employment Services, is a worthwhile opportunity for students to present themselves to organizations who are interested in recruiting talent before graduation. It is through this avenue that employers and students are brought together to meet for the first time.

For Employers, we are confident that you will be impressed by the talent and potential that we have at Sask Polytech and we look forward to partnering with you in the future to increase your opportunities to connect with our students. Employers Register now!

For Students, the Virtual Career Fair will be an excellent opportunity to enhance your networking skills, meet with professionals in a wide array of fields, obtain invaluable information early in your job search, and learn more about the work world and potential areas of employment. Students must pre-register for the event.  Sign up here to register.

Registered employers

  1. Allnorth Consultants Limited
  2. Andjelic Land Inc
  3. Athabasca University
  4. Autism Services of Saskatoon
  5. Baker Tilly SK LLP
  6. BASF Canada Inc.
  7. Bayshore Home Health
  8. Bourgault Industries
  9. Calgary Police Service
  10. Calian, Advanced Technologies
  11. Canada Revenue Agency
  12. Canadian Armed Forces
  13. Canadian Armed Forces - Army Reserve
  14. Canadian Council on Rehabilitation and Work
  15. Career Counselling - Sask Polytech
  16. CBI Health Group
  17. CIBC
  18. City of Moose Jaw
  19. Cornerstone Insurance Inc.
  20. Correctional Services of Canada
  21. Council of Ministers of Education, Canada
  22. Covenant Health
  23. CPA Saskatchewan
  24. Creative Options Regina
  25. Defence Construction Canada
  26. Des Nedhe Group of Companies (including Tron C&M)
  27. ECO Canada
  28. Entrepreneurs with Disabilities Program
  29. Fraser Health Authority
  30. Freedom 55 Financial
  31. GeoVerra
  32. Government of Saskatchewan Public Service Commission 
  33. Graham Construction
  34. HD Engineering & Design Ltd
  35. Health Careers in Saskatchewan
  36. Hy-Tech Drilling Ltd.
  37. IG Wealth Management
  38. Insurance Institute of Canada - Career Connections
  39. Interior Health Authority BC
  40. Knights Spraying Inc.
  41. Kolla Collision Centre Ltd.
  42. La Capitale Financial Security
  43. Learning Disabilities Association of Saskatchewan
  44. Loraas Disposal North Ltd.
  45. McCain Foods
  46. Meridian Surveys Ltd.
  47. Ministry of Finance
  48. Ministry of Immigration & Career Services
  49. MNP LLP
  50. Norheim Ranching
  51. North Shore Environmental Consultants Inc.
  52. Nutana Machine Ltd.
  53. Office to Advance Women Apprentices - Saskatchewan
  54. P3 Architectural Partnership
  55. Pattison Agriculture
  56. PIC Canada
  57. Primerica
  58. Prince Albert Police Service
  59. Pronghorn Controls
  60. RBC Royal Bank
  61. RCMP ProActive Recruiting
  62. Redhead Equipment Ltd.
  63. Revera Living Inc.
  64. Roberston Implements
  65. Rocky Mountain Equipment
  66. S3 Enterprises Inc.
  67. SAI
  68. SARC - Member Careers
  69. Saskatchewan Apprenticeship & Trade Certification Commission
  70. Saskatchewan Blue Cross
  71. Saskatchewan Workers' Compensation Board (WCB)
  72. Saskatoon Downtown Youth Centre Inc./EGADZ
  73. Saskatoon Police Service
  74. SaskTel
  75. Select People Solutions
  76. Service Canada
  77. SNC Lavalin
  78. Statistics Canada
  79. TD Bank
  80. University of Regina
  81. University of Saskatchewan
  82. Vendasta
  83. West Earth Sciences
  84. Wood E & IS
  85. Wynard Dental Centre

Tips for students to get the most out of the virtual career fair

  • Prepare your resume and have a friend proofread it for typos.
  • View the list of attending companies.
  • Research the companies that you are interested in and the positions offered online.
  • Prepare intelligent, informed questions in advance for those employers that interest you. This will allow you to present yourself as well informed and will capture the employer's attention.
  • Ensure the video and sound on your device are in working order
  • Your background is easy on the eye
  • No noise or disruption will interfere with the call
  • Have your resume with you so your information is available
  • Smile and introduce yourself when you appear to the employer! A positive attitude is very important.
  • Indicate your year and area(s) of study as well as what your career interests are
  • Maintain good eye contact.
  • If the conversation goes well ask about the next step in the recruitment process.
  • Thank employers for their time before you leave.
  • Be friendly and warm, self-confident, and listen attentively.
  • Ensure that you have left a positive impression.
  • Be patient while the recruiter is speaking with you
  • Show interest in the company
  • Be relaxed and have fun!

Contact Student Employment Services

Questions? Contact for further information. 

Prince Albert Campus requests can be forwarded to any campus coordinator.