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Non Profit Organizations- Get Ready! Get Hired!

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JOB AND VOLUNTEER FAIR 2019!

Are you a non-profit organization that is interested in promoting your volunteer opportunities? The annual KPU Volunteer Fair is an excellent opportunity to network with students, staff, faculty, and community members in-person. Volunteer Fair allows you to showcase the various volunteer opportunities in the community, and recruit qualified students for the position.  At the Get Ready! Get Hired! you can: 

  • Speak with students, staff, faculty, and community members in-person
  • Find out more about what's going on at KPU and how you might partner with us

Interested in being added to our communications list? Please email volunteer@kpu.ca

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Registeration for Get Ready! Get Hired! is now full. Waitlist is now in effect!
Waitlist Deadline: August 31, 2019
Registration Package: Register for the waitlist today!
  • 6 foot table and two chairs
  • 1 Free Parking space per campus;
  • Complimentary lunch and refreshments;
  • Advanced  online advertisement through the KPU website and social media campaigns.
  • Advance print advertisement in all KPU campuses through banners, posters, and displays.
  • Internet access. Instruction on how to access the network and log-in details will be provided at Exhibitor Registration. 
  • Access to power, upon request. 

Karelo Registration

Website URL: http://bit.ly/GRGH-Volunteer-Fair

Here are some other ways to engage KPU students

  • Service Learning Classes integrate voluntary, unpaid community service that addresses community needs into a credit-bearing course.
  • Practicums involve work experience under the supervision of an experienced registered or licensed professional in any discipline that requires practice-based work experience for professional licensure or certification. Practicums are generally unpaid, and, as the work is done in a supervised setting, students do not have their own workload/caseload.
  • Co-operative Education consists of alternating academic and paid work terms that provide experience in a workplace setting related to the student’s field of study.
  • Applied Research engages students in research that deals with community-driven, or workplace-related issues.
  • You can post your paid employment opportunities on Career Connection, our online job posting board, free of charge.