Fairs & Events

Career and employment events

Hiring fairs, recruiting events, employment forums, networking opportunities and more are offered throughout the year – on and off campus – by a variety of Calgary and area businesses and organizations. Check often as new events are added every week.

Inclusion Alberta Information Sessions: Calgary

Inclusion Alberta hosts a number of free, one-hour information sessions that detail how the organization was created, what services are available across the province and introduces you to some of the inspiring people who have looked to Inclusion Alberta during its nearly 60 years of existence.

Guests will be provided a free lunch. These sessions are open to everyone. If you'd like to attend a session, contact Inclusion Alberta with the date of interest. They ask that you confirm your attendance at least 3 days before any given session so that lunch can be provided.

When: Tuesday, June, 20, 2017 | Noon to 1 p.m.
Where: Inclusion Alberta Regional Office | #212, 4014 Macleod Trail SE
For more information: Visit  Inclusion Alberta or contact Saltanat Ashymova at sashymova@inclusionalberta.org to RSVP 

Career Fair Canada

Job Classified presents, Career Fair Canada. This event is the perfect opportunity for job seekers to meet face-to-face with employers and training colleges to find the right fit. Opportunities in the following areas/industries include:

  • Transportation & Logistics
  • Customer Service
  • Call Centres
  • Office Administration
  • Travel & Tourism
  • General Labour
  • Automative
  • Education
  • Skilled Trades & Construction
  • Retail & Sales & Marketing
  • Law Enforcement

When: Tuesday, June 20, 2017 | 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Where: Calgary Stampede Park, BMO Centre - Palomino Room | 20 Roundup Way SW
For more information or to register: Visit careerfaircalgary

Volunteer with "Ride Don't Hide" – Canadian Mental Health Association Annual Event

2017 marks the 4th Annual "Ride Don't Hide" event for CMHA – Calgary. This is a community bike ride hosted nationally by the Canadian Mental Health Association with the goal of raising awareness and helping to break the stigma surrounding mental health while raising funds to support mental health programs.

The event is a ride, not a race, with routes designed for riders of all ages and abilities – from beginner to advanced cyclist. In total, the event will need approximately 80 volunteers to run safely and smoothly. Volunteers will be provided with a T-shirt and lunch.

Possible roles include:

  • Route Marshalls: Directing cyclists on course: ensuring they are on track. Marshall's will be needed for routes in Springbank, Bragg Creek and Kananaskis areas
  • Aid Station Volunteers: Handing out food and drinks to riders along the route
  • Venue Volunteers: To help with registration at the Springbank Park, in the activity area, BBQ, start/finish line, etc.

When: Sunday, June 25, 2017 | 6:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Where: Springbank Park, 322224A Springbank Road OR in the Bragg Creek and Kananaskis locations (dependent on the position)
For more information or to register as a volunteer: Visit ridedonthide.com

The Business Link – network and learn events

The Business Link, Alberta's Business Information Service, offers free network and learn events. Take this opportunity to meet entrepreneurs, exchange business cards, hear an educational presentation and enjoy light refreshments. Free, no registration required.

For more information: Call 1.800.272.9675