Companies seeking to recruit fresh talent are encouraged to attend this year’s W Booth School of Engineering Practice Fall Showcase.
It’s being held to highlight the community-based project work of students who have just completed a rigorous master’s program focused on tackling significant engineering-related challenges in theme areas ranging from transportation and energy to human health and building sciences. Select students will talk about their accomplishments and employability skills in the context of leadership and innovation.
“An important goal of this event is to expose public and private sector employers to exceptional young engineers eager to transform the world,” said professor Robert Fleisig, a lead showcase organizer. “It’s our way of contributing to the community-campus partnership vital to business development in Hamilton and beyond.”
Wednesday September 16 from 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm at Hamilton Central Library, 55 York Boulevard in downtown Hamilton. No cost, includes a complimentary buffet dinner.