Connect with Employers – Recruitment
Our team of relationship managers engage directly with hundreds of employers who are looking for talented young professionals. Top organizations recruit at Rotman Commerce because they know that your contributions can drive their success. You’ll find industry-leading banks, pension funds, investment firms, accounting and professional services consulting firms as well as technology, consumer brands and retail firms all seeking talent from Rotman Commerce.
We work with our corporate partners to provide opportunities for you to learn about their companies, industries, and available jobs. Our relationship managers coordinate with recruiters from hundreds of companies and organizations to arrange a variety of different ways for you to connect with prospective employers, gain information, and showcase your talent, both in-person and virtually. You can find and register for these opportunities on the events calendar in the RC portal. Note that some sessions may be visible only to students in a particular year of study. We also ask that you review the Rotman Commerce Career Services Recruitment Guidelines before applying to jobs and participating in the events below.
If you’ve registered for an event below and are no longer able to attend, please cancel your registration at least 24 hours before the event so that your spot can be released to another student.
- Information sessions
Employers typically host these to promote their companies, advertise available positions and encourage qualified students to apply. While these may be held throughout the year, the key recruitment period is August and September.
- Office hours
Some firms also participate in our employer Office Hours series – informal drop-in sessions where you can get answers to your questions about the company, industry, job opportunities, corporate culture and other topics.
- Career treks
We organize various career treks and employee campus tours where you can get a better sense of an organization through on-site visits and meetings with executives and staff. You’ll often be required to research information, prepare questions or complete assignments prior to participating so that you’re prepared to get the most out of these valuable experiential opportunities.