Of Job Fairs and Free iPads
As most of you already know, I work at a private college called BTH Education. We have many students apply to our school because…well, it’s awesome. I didn’t think that our school nor my bosses could be any cooler than what they already are, but then they came up with an idea that proved me wrong; one that I wanted to share with the blogging world first: they’re going to give away an iPad for free. No strings attached.
Every year, Toronto hosts a large job fair, called The National Job Fair and Training Expo, which, has “become Ontario’s largest, most established and comprehensive recruitment event open to the general public”. Our college goes to this fair every year and meets plenty of potential students, allowing for the students to ask questions, learn a little more about our courses, and meet a few staff members so that they’ll see a few familiar faces when they come to campus. This year, we plan to do what we normally do with one exception…the free iPad. The only thing that you must do in order to qualify for the draw is enter it. We will be giving out ballots to each person that comes to our table to fill out, and then drop in the box.
Since the job fair is a 2 day event, I thought I’d invite all of you within the Toronto area (or anywhere else, really…as long as you don’t mind coming to Toronto!) to come and try to win the free iPad! Since I work for the college, I’m not allowed to enter (kind of sucks, doesn’t it?) but it would really cool if one of my fellow bloggers did! 🙂
So, come on out to Toronto on April 6 and/or 7 to the job fair! We’ll be there from 10:00am to 7:00pm both days, so feel free to chat with us and ask questions…oh, and then try to win the iPad!
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I am a university graduate, and I now work for a private college. I began writing this blog as a means to inform people about issues pertaining to higher education, both publicly and privately funded.
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