If you wish to receive an invitation to Career Fair 2016 , please send the following information to email@example.com
Company Name, Contact Name and Title, address, phone number and email address
Invitations will include instructions for registering, the fees and relevant deadlines for your consideration. They are generally sent at the end of May/beginning of June.
An annual event hosted by Career & Co-op Services at the University of Lethbridge to create and build relationships between employers, students and graduates. Career & Employment Services is the primary organizer of the event. We set the schedule, send out invitations, manage the distribution of information, arrange the logistics, recruit volunteers, promote the event to students and ensure the day runs smoothly.
University of Lethbridge Directional & Parking Map [pdf]
First Choice Savings Center for Sport & Wellness – Indoor Track
Business and organizations from all over Canada participate in this event, as well as students and graduates and community members of surrounding Lethbridge.
Should you have questions regarding participation in the career fair contact Pat Tanaka, Director, Career & Employment Services by phone: (403) 329 2763 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Each year, we purchase artwork from a student for the production of a limited edition Career Fair print. We strive to support and raise the profile of young artists on campus many of whom are First Nations, Metis or Inuit. These prints grace the offices and boardrooms of businesses who have participated in past career fairs. Pictured below with her painting, 'To and Fro' is Kelsey Galbraith, this year's artist.
Raised in Medicine Hat, Kelsey Galbraith has always had a love for art. Between summer art camps, and extended stays with her Grandparents on their ranch, where her grandmother always had her creating something from sewing to painting, art had a prominent role in her life. After taking a few years between high school and post secondary to work and travel, she decided to pursue a BFA/BEd degree at the University of Lethbridge, after completing the first two years at the Medicine Hat College. Set to graduate in December, Kelsey has really valued the experience and personal growth throughout her programs and looks forward to pursuing a career as artist and educator within the art world. Kelsey has showcased her art at multiple shows throughout Alberta, where she continues to explore the opportunities of engaging a message through a visual platform.
For more information please visit. www.kelseygalbraith.com
"To and Fro" was the second painting of a 3 painting series. This painting and the series it belongs to represents the beginning of my journey as a young artist finding my place within the art world. The paintings largely reflect my personal, spiritual, and physical connection to the world around me. Thus, it was with this painting where I felt a definite assurance I was exploring a path I was destined to.
Most of my choices throughout the piece are based upon a reaction/action response. This allows for me to acknowledge formal questions of the painting discourse, as well as to enable my emotions, my perspective and my experience to become a fundamental element to the painting.