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EMPLOYMENT REPORT 2018/19


CONTENTS Director’s Message

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Our BCom 4

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Centre for Professional Skills

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Class of 2018: Facts & Figures

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Meet Our Students

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Our Alumni Network

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Corporate Engagement Opportunities

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Why Employers Work With Us

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Corporate Partners

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Meet the Team

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MESSAGE FROM OUR DIRECTOR OF CAREER SERVICES

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t Rotman Commerce, we work closely with our students to develop their career skills, ensuring that they are job-ready and prepared to excel in their chosen careers. Our commitment at Rotman Commerce Career Services is to engage employers from diverse industries to match our exceptional student talent with their recruiting and employment needs.

Through our comprehensive career development offerings, which include online modules, career labs, technical training, and collaborations with the new Rotman Commerce Centre for Professional Skills, we support the development of core skills that will better equip our students for the future of work. Understanding that success can often hinge on “making a good fit,� our team of career educators and relationship managers are dedicated to aligning student strengths with industry demands, and to educating students on a breadth of career possibilities, including those in non-conventional sectors or areas. Recently, we have been focusing on increasing opportunities for our students to gain first-hand exposure to different career paths and industries through our industry treks. Last year, we expanded on our flagship New York City Finance Trek to offer local Toronto-based career treks in both finance and the CPG and retail industries. We are thrilled to announce that in the upcoming 2019/20 academic year, we will be launching a Silicon Valley Trek that will enable students to connect with recruiters and alumni in the tech and start-up space in the San Francisco Bay and Silicon Valley Areas. To allow for easier, on-demand access to our career services, we have been focusing on building online career development modules. These modules will help students access the tools they need to prepare for their careers at their convenience, with more traditional in-person assistance available to them when necessary. Both our career educators and our relationship managers are professionally trained and certified career coaches, which allow us to provide expert coaching assistance to our students as they navigate their personal career paths. We are excited to share the Rotman Commerce 2018/19 Employment Report with you, and look forward to new and continued partnerships that will serve the needs of both our valued employers and corporate partners, and our extraordinarily talented student body. Thank you for making Rotman Commerce part of your ongoing talent strategy. Sincerely, Lyla Korhani Director, Career Services Rotman Commerce

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OUR BCOM With the Rotman Commerce BCom, our students graduate with a specialist in Management, Finance & Economics, or Accounting. Each specialist is built upon a strong foundation in each of the core components of business – finance, accounting, marketing, organizational behaviour, operations, strategy, and economics – and prepares our grads for success in a wide range of careers. Each of our specialists comprises cutting-edge business courses taught by world-renowned faculty from the Rotman School of Management and U of T’s prestigious Department of Economics. Additionally, students round out their education with electives from the University’s Faculty of Arts & Science, which allows them to gain vital breadth in subjects that complement their business knowledge and contributes to a well-rounded perspective on business and its possibilities.

SPECIALIST PROGRAMS AT A GLANCE MANAGEMENT

FINANCE & ECONOMICS

ACCOUNTING

▪▪ Umbrella program for studies across all areas of business

▪▪ Rotman Commerce is a Program Partner of the CFA Institute

▪▪ High degree of flexibility in the curriculum that allows students to develop strong understandings of the key business subdisciplines while gaining expertise in their particular areas of interest

▪▪ Prior to beginning thirdyear internships, finance students have completed courses in Financial Accounting, Financial Markets, Investments, Capital Market Theory, and Corporate Finance

▪▪ Meets the requirements for direct entry into the “51-credit-hour path,” which allows students to challenge portions of the CPA Professional Education Program (PEP)

▪▪ Offers optional Focuses in the following fields: Finance, Financial Statement Analysis, International Business, Leadership in Organizations, Marketing, Strategy and Innovation

▪▪ Trading courses are taught in a nationally recognized, state-of-the-art financial research and trading lab

▪▪ Due to the flexibility in this specialist, Management students often elect to pursue a Minor in other fields of professional or personal interest

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▪▪ Program enjoys a high level of integration with established financial firms through site visits, alumni networking, and industry engagement in studentrun conferences and competitions

▪▪ Students develop deep expertise in core accounting areas of financial and managerial accounting, taxation, and audit, in addition to gaining a critical understanding of the full range of business sub-disciplines to ensure they have proficiency in the different business environments in which they will work ▪▪ RSM426 – Capstone Case Course stresses the pervasive competencies and critical thinking skills required from future professional accountants and advisors

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CENTRE FOR PROFESSIONAL SKILLS As one of Canada’s most rigorous undergraduate business programs, we know that our students are exceptionally well prepared to meet the strategic, analytic, and quantitative challenges of business. The goal of the Rotman Commerce Centre for Professional Skills is for every one of our graduates to be equally prepared to excel in the professional skills that enhance their business acumen. As they enter the work force, young professionals need to demonstrate their aptitude in a broad range of skills. Their success – and that of their employers – depends on their competence as professional speakers and writers who can work with others from around the world, collaborate with colleagues within their organizations, adapt and develop as best practices evolve, and possess superior digital fluency. Communicating knowledge and ideas effectively through a variety of mediums is essential. With programming and training offered through consistent curricular and co-curricular touchpoints across the four years of the Rotman Commerce BCom, the Centre for Professional Skills will provide students with the support necessary to ensure that all our graduates are recognized for both their knowledge and their professionalism.

COGNITIVE critical thinking, problem-solving, creativity

COMMUNICATION Oral, written, digital

INTERPERSONAL teamwork, leadership, intercultural competency

RESEARCH information literacy, understanding global/local context

SELF-DEVELOPMENT self-reflection, professionalism, integrity and ethics

TECHNICAL

data analytics, big data, coding, artificial intelligence

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CLASS OF 2018 Class of 2018 by job function SALES & MARKETING

90% OF GRADUATES WERE EMPLOYED NINE MONTHS OUT

9%

ACCOUNTING 26%

FINANCE 29%

STRATEGY & CONSULTING 20%

OPERATIONS 9%

OTHER: TECHNOLOGY, ENTREPRENEURSHIP, ROTATIONAL/LEADERSHIP 7%

Where our Class of 2018 is going by industry Accounting 27% Advertising / Marketing / PR 3% Consulting 7% Consumer Goods and Retail 8% Education 1% Financial Services 36% Not-For-Profit 1% Technology 7% Other* 10%

496 GRADUATES IN JUNE 2018

*Other includes Energy/Natural Resources, Entrepreneurship, Government, Pharma/Healthcare/Biotech, Real Estate, Transportation/Logistics

CITIZENS OF

59%

33%

International Students

41%

67%

Domestic Students

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COUNTRIES AND REGIONS REPRESENTED IN THE CLASS OF 2018

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FACTS AND FIGURES OFFERS ACCEPTED IN OFF-CAMPUS EMPLOYER EVENTS

ON-CAMPUS INFORMATION SESSIONS

COUNTRIES AROUND THE WORLD

90% 5% 5%

400+ EMPLOYERS INVOLVED WITH OUR PROGRAM

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JOB POSTINGS BY 298 DIFFERENT EMPLOYERS

OF OUR GRADUATES ARE PURSUING FURTHER EDUCATION

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LAUREN HWANG

MOHAMMED SURTI

BCom ’19 Specialist in Management President, Rotman Commerce Innovation Group Business Technology Analyst, Deloitte From: Toronto, Canada

BCom ’19 Specialist in Accounting Past President, Rotman Commerce Accounting Society Audit Associate, EY From: Mumbai, India

“When I was deciding what university to go to, I chose U of T because the campus is so integrated with the city. Being in downtown Toronto, I knew that I would have access to so many different resources and opportunities that many other campuses can’t offer. Without a doubt, I can confidently say that I have no regrets in coming to Rotman Commerce.”

“What struck me the most about my journey with Rotman Commerce was the support I received from the upperyear students. I attended student club events for Y1 students and met with upper year students who were really willing to help me. They offered to chat one-on-one over coffee chats, in the halls, at events, and I felt such a strong sense of community spirit, which really helped me build my confidence, especially around developing my resumé, cover letter, and networking skills.”

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JEFFREY FASEGHA

BCom ’20 Specialist in Public Accounting Minor in Economics Summer Intern, PWC From: Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine

BCom ’21 Specialist in Finance and Economics Minor in Psychology Director, University of Toronto Black Students’ Association Summer Intern, Capital One From: Lagos, Nigeria and Calgary, Canada

“After speaking with a coach before my PwC interview, I realized I hadn’t done enough research on the firm, so I created a folder of information and learned the importance of connecting with Rotman Commerce Career Services and starting to research the employers you want to target. Career Services can also help navigate how to research unique employers for each interview. They will also teach you how to take active steps to network and how to brand yourself the earlier you start the more successful you’ll be.”

“I met with Career Services in my first year and they helped guide me through the recruitment process. They assisted with developing a plan and time line on how to achieve my goals. One particular event I attended was the NYC Finance Trek, which was an amazing experience. Through this trip I was able to ultimately secure a job for summer 2020 at Evercore in New York City.”

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OUR ALUMNI NETWORK

JUSTIN PANG

BCom ’04 Strategic Partnerships, Google Toronto, ON

Choosing Rotman Commerce helped set the foundation for Justin Pang’s career. He credits his Rotman Commerce BCom for ensuring that he built a strong analytical background that he continues to leverage in his daily work. An engaged alumnus, mentor and professional, Justin offers the following career advice:

“View your career journey as a series of experiments. I started my career as a CPA/CA at a Big Four firm, then moved to Strategy Consulting, then to the non-profit world, and, most recently, have been in the technology industry. I’ve viewed my jobs as a way to learn more about what type of work I found fulfilling and rewarding. I also encourage you to follow your curiosity. If you don’t know what you want to do when you “grow up” use the early years in your career to figure out what work inspires and interests you. Lastly, don’t be afraid to take responsible risks.When I was 25 I took a leap of faith and quit my job and moved to work for free at the Clinton Foundation with no idea what that would lead to after. I’m so grateful I was in a position to make that move and listened to my intuition as it allowed me to learn more about what was important to me and set the stage for the rest of my life and career.”

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Our alumni are vital to the success of our experiential learning and industry training programs such as our Management Consulting Alumni Program, NYC Finance Trek, Portfolio Management Group, Capital Markets Program and many more. They also give generously of their time to participate in our student group events and as members of our Alumni Steering Committee.

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COUNTRIES AND REGIONS REPRESENTED

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ALUMNI VOLUNTEERS

500+ ALUMNI MENTORS

229

CURRENTLY OVER

70

UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO ALUMNI NETWORKS WORLDWIDE

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CORPORATE ENGAGEMENT O Our corporate partners play an integral role in the Rotman Commerce student experience and we are always seeking new and innovative ways to engage employers in our program activities. We work collaboratively with our corporate partners to develop recruitment strategies and identify opportunities that align with company

Recruitment Work with us to develop customized recruitment strategies and identify new opportunities to reach our students. Our team of Relationship Managers can help you through the oncampus recruitment process by arranging information sessions, posting your available job opportunities and assisting with scheduling interviews – on or off campus.

Site Visits/Treks Provide an opportunity to complement our students’ classroom education through first-hand exposure to your company culture and brand. This can include office tours, networking sessions, panels or “A Day in the Life” activities.

Industry Programming Our industry programs can cater to both year of study as well as field of interest and can be as general as resumé workshops or as specific as the Management Consulting Alumni Program, Career Forum or Ask the Expert Series. We are always looking for industry professionals to contribute to the education and experiential learning objectives of these programs.

RECRUITMENT TIMELINES FULL-TIME HIRING

Interviews

Info sessions Job positions AUG

SEP

SUMMER HIRING

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

Info sessions Interviews

*The above time lines pertain to on-campus recruitment. Job postings and hiring students can occur year-round for off-campus recruitment.

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T OPPORTUNITIES values and objectives. Whether your firm is interested in participating in a specialized program or speaker series, providing a learning case for a case competition, or building a custom initiative, our team is ready to work with you to ensure that you have access to the highest quality of support in reaching our emerging student talent.

Office Hours Meet with Rotman Commerce students on campus or online via webinar for quick one-onone or small group sessions. Office hours provide employers with an opportunity to offer advice about interviews and job search strategies, review students’ resumés or address general questions about their companies and/or industries.

Student Groups Our student groups are critical to building our students’ knowledge, skills and network. They provide numerous opportunities throughout the year for corporate partners to share industry knowledge and connect with targeted groups of candidates from our student community in a variety of ways.

Career Connections At our Career Connections events, Rotman Commerce students practice their networking skills and build relationships with potential employers and alumni. Career Connections can take the form of industry mixers, panels or networking events, and are great opportunities to connect with our students while helping them develop core skills that will last a lifetime.

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WHY EMPLOYERS WORK WITH US BMO CAPITAL MARKETS BMO Capital Markets looks for top talent interested in making an impact in dynamic, fast-paced, and collaborative teams. BMO knows that premier academic programs attract premier talent. They look for schools and programs that challenge students to learn and develop both in and out of the classroom. With this in mind, BMO Capital Markets is proud to partner with Rotman Commerce to hire and develop students into our campus programs. Left to right: Sarah Scappaticci, Arpita Biswas, Emily Durham, Jennifer Kang, Jette Tam

“In two words, Rotman Commerce students are motivated and engaged. Rotman Commerce students demonstrate a clear drive for finance by consistently attending on-campus events and actively making connections with the BMO Capital Markets team. What particularly sets Rotman Commerce students apart is their ability to communicate their passion for finance in networking and interview settings. Commerce students come well educated and willing to deepen their understanding of banking in their interactions. From an employer’s perspective, we feel a true sense of partnership from their Career Centre. We have received a great deal of support through excellent organization during busy seasons, timely execution on posting requests, planning and on-campus support throughout the year.”

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ACCENTURE “We love working with Rotman Commerce because we’re able to consistently connect with high potential students who thrive both academically and in their chosen extracurricular activities. Accenture looks to recruit analysts who can work in an open and entrepreneurial way, and we have seen alignment with Rotman Commerce students who demonstrate eagerness, professionalism, and are keen to get involved in their student communities. As a key priority for Accenture, Rotman Commerce students are able to share in our inclusion and diversity vision and bring a great amount of diversity in thought to our organization.”

Accenture looks to recruit analysts who are forward-thinking, well-rounded individuals with outstanding academic performance and high learning agility. When recruiting from schools across Canada, they look for academic institutions and program curricula that can prepare students with these qualities. Not only do they search for close alignment with their current needs, they also seek to partner with academic institutions that are equally innovative and forward-thinking in equipping students with the skill sets of the future. This includes institutions that can offer their students a wide range of extracurricular activities and highlyengaged student club populations.

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Back row, from left to right: Alannah Saccone, Jennifer Kemp, Caroline RudolphZbarsky, Bella Muretova, & Charline Florestal; Front row, from left to right: Farrah Khoo, Rosie Given, Sarah Emilio, & Naomi Carmichael

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CORPORATE PARTNERS Thank you to the many corporate partners who have enriched the Rotman Commerce student experience in 2018-19 through their participation in on-campus recruitment activities, their involvement with and sponsorship of our student groups, and their support of our curricular and co-curricular activities. 7Cake A.T. Kearney Accenture Adidas Canada ADP Canada Agentis Capital Agincourt Community Services Association AIM Group Canada Ltd. Alex Wei Accounting Office Alice and Whittles Alignvest Capital Management Allegion Alpha Square Group Alta Corp Capital Amazon American Express AMKA Holdings Inc. AML Compliance Solutions AON Apotex AquaMobile Inc. Arag Canada Arnold Tutoring Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada Attila Glatz Concert Productions AVESDO B2B Bank Bain & Company Bank of America Merrill Lynch Bank of Canada Banyan Software Barclays Barometer Capital Management Basketball World Toronto Baskin Wealth Management bcIMC BDO Canada LLP Bell Canada BenchSci Bibby Financial Services Black Creek Investment Management Inc. BlackRock Blair Franklin Capital Partners Inc. Bloomberg Blue J Legal BlueKey Education BMO Capital Markets BMO Financial Group BMW Group Canada BookBird Boston Consulting Group Brookfield Asset Management Bruce Power Burgundy Asset Management Ltd. Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC) CAA Callian Capital Group CAM Living Canaccord Genuity

Canada Pension Plan Investment Board Canada Post Canada Revenue Agency Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) Canadian Standards Association (CSA Group) Canadian Tire Canalyst CanFirst Capital Management Cansbridge Fellowship Capco CapGemini CapGrow Capital Advisors Capital One CAPREIT CBRE CentreCourt Developments Chargespot CI Investments CIBC Cineplex Citadel Securities Citco CITI CITIC Securities Company Ltd. City of Oakville City of Toronto Clarity Recruitment Clearbanc CLSA CMLS Financial Coca-Cola Enterprises, Inc. Colliers International Collins Barrow Toronto LLP Connor, Clark & Lunn Private Capital Ltd. Constance Financial Inc. CoPower Cortex Design Inc. CoStar Group CPA CPG Connect Credit Agricole CRH Canada Crowe Soberman Crown Capital Partners Inc. Currency Exchange International Cutfield Freeman Daggerwing Group Daisy Intelligence Danone DAS Legal Protection Inc. DBRS Dell EMC Deloitte Desjardins Securities Inc. DHL Express (Canada) Ltd. Dicon Transportation Dragon Securities Ltd. Dun & Bradstreet Canada

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eBay Inc. EcoPackers Electronic Arts (Canada) Inc. Employment & Social Development Canada Encircled Enercare Epic Investment Services Equitable Bank Ernst & Young Execute Strategy Export Development Canada Ext. Marketing Inc. ExxonMobil FactSet Research Systems Inc. Fallsview Group Fast Enterprises Fidelity Investments Fiera Infrastructure Financeit First Derivatives plc First National Financial LP Forbes Anderson LLP FortĂŠ Foundation Fresh City Farms Frontwater Capital Fuller Landau LLP Gee Beauty General Electric General Mills Generation Ventures George Weston Ltd. GLH Asset Management Global Capital Traders Inc. Global Governance Advisors GMS Golden Spruce Capital Inc. Goldman Sachs GoodandWell Google Government of Canada Grand Challenges Canada Grant Thornton LLP Gravitas Financial Inc. Greenhouse Juice Greystone Managed Investments Inc. Grip GroupM Gryphon Advisors Inc. HarbourVest Partners (Canada) Havas Canada Haven Property Development Inc. Hawkbridge Capital Inc. Hazelway Inc. HDCPA Professional Corporation Healthcare of Ontario Pension Plan Healthy Pets HelloFresh Canada Henry Global Consulting Services Ltd.

Hershey Canada Ltd. Hewlett-Packard (Canada) Co. Hilti North America HingBo Astoy Trading Co. Hired Hitachi Capital Canada Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited HSBC Huron Room Group Husky Energy Hyundai Auto Canada Corp. IBI Group IBM Canada Ltd. IG Wealth Management IMAX IMG Events Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada Imperial Oil Imperial Tobacco Canada Indeed.com Indigo9 Digital Inc. Industrial Alliance Insurance and Financial Services Inc. INFOR Financial Inc. Informa Intact Financial Corporation International Tax Solutions Inc. Intok Entertainment Invesco Investors Group ISB Canada ISN Software Ivanhoe Capital Corporation J.C. Golden Investment Management Inc. Jarislowsky Fraser Limited JCM Power Jewlr Johnson & Johnson JOLT Marketing JP Morgan Jrop Inc. JTE Claims Consultants Ltd. Kennedy House Youth Services KIK Custom Products Inc. Kinross Gold Corporation Konrad Group Kotn KPMG Kraft-Heinz Kruger Products LP Labatt Landpower Real Estate Ltd. Brokerage Lazard League Left Lane Associates LEVEL5 Liberty International Investment Management

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NYC Finance Trek, February 2019

Lime Connect LinkedIn Loblaw Companies Limited Loblaw Digital LOGIQ3 Corp London Stock Exchange Group Longview Asset Management Ltd. Loopio L’Oreal Canada Louis Vuitton Loyalty One/Air Miles Lucky Iron Fish Enterprise (LIFe) M2T Collective Mackenzie Investments Magen Boys Enterntainment MakerKids Manulife Financial Maple Leaf Foods Inc. Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment Markham Centre Financial Services Inc. Marquee Group MaRS Discovery District Mastercard Mattamy Homes Ltd. Mawer Investment Management McCain Foods McKinsey & Company, Inc. Me to We Mercer Canada Metrolinx Miami Ad School Midland Group Of Companies Inc. Ministry of Education Ministry of Ontario Mississauga Halton Local Health Integration Network MKTG MNP Monitor Deloitte Montreal Exchange Morgan Stanley Mosaic Canada MTFX Group Munich Re National Bank Financial Nestle Neuberger Berman New York Stock Exchange NewCo NewPoint Capital Partners Inc. Nexus Systems Group Ninepoint Partners LP NMG Northcard Northland Power Inc.

NorthStream Capital Inc. Novantas Nu Physics Consulting Ltd. Nudge Rewards Oak Hill Advisors Inc. Oaklins HFG China Odgers Berndtson Office of the Auditor General of Ontario OLAP Vision OMERS Ontario Public Service Ontario Securities Commission Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan Board Optimus SBR Orbis Investment Management Origin Merchant Partners Panamira Corporation Passionfruit Inc. Peerage Capital Peoplescout PepsiCo Canada PHD Media Photostar.com PIMCO Polar Asset Management Partners Porsche Cars Canada Portland Investment Counsel Precima Precision Castparts Corp PricewaterhouseCoopers Prime Marketing Inc. Prince Real Estate Management Procter & Gamble Province Brands of Canada PUBLIC Inc. Public Services and Procurement Canada Quarterback Transportation Inc. Rally Assets Raymond James Ltd. Rayonier Advanced Materials RBC RBC – Investor & Treasury Services RBC Capital Markets Realstar Group Recipe Unlimited Corp. Red Oak Succession Capital Regal Heights Village (BIA) RescuBeat Restaurant Brands International Reynolds and Reynolds Company Richardson GMP Richter Risk Management Association

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RIWI Corp. Rogers Fifth Avenue Scotiabank Senso Sephora Sharno Group Inc. Shell Canada SHIFT Shire Pharma Canada Shoppers Drug Mart SiG Partners Sightline Wealth Management Skylight Snipp Interactive Sobeys Softchoice State Street Statistics Canada Step Stone Infrastructure & Real Assets Stinson Design Sun Life Financial Syntegrity Group TAL Group Tangerine Tao Asset Management TBWA Group Instanbul TD TD Bank Wealth Management TD Canada Trust TD Securities Telna TELUS Tennis Canada Terrapure Environmental Tetra Pak The Aber Group The Workhouse Inc. Tidal Royalty Corp. Tiles Inspired TimePlay Inc. TJX Canada TMX Group Toronto Boutique Apartments Toronto French School (TFS) Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) Torquest TouchBistro Toyota Traction on Demand TradeGecko TransCanada Trapeze Software Group Inc. Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat TribalScale

troubitsine.com Turner Construction Company Uber Eats UBS Uforse Education Ulula Unilever Canada United Nations - High Commissioner for Refugees United Nations Association in Canada United Natural Foods UPS Canada Valitas Capital Partners Vaughan Public Libraries Verstra Ventures Vigilant Global Vision Capital VisionCritical Volkswagen Vortexpix VWK Capital Management Inc. W.A. Robinson Asset Management Ltd. Walmart Ltd. Waratah Capital Advisors Waterstone Human Capital WeHire Solutions Inc. WH Partners WhereIPark Willis Towers Watson Women in Capital Markets WSIB Ontario Xesto XPV Water Partners Yellow Point Equity Partners York Region Zahra Properties

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MEET THE TEAM CORPORATE RELATIONS

ROBERT STE-CROIX Associate Director robert.stecroix@utoronto.ca 416.946.0612

VRINDA MEHTA Relationship Manager vrinda.mehta@utoronto.ca 416.978.0097

JEFFREY FERRER Relationship Manager jeffrey.ferrer@utoronto.ca 416.978.7056

NAZISH SYED Relationship Manager nazish.syed@utoronto.ca 416-946-3838

FEVEN GIDEY Coordinator feven.gidey@utoronto.ca 416.946.0616

CAREER EDUCATION & COACHING

MARY GIAMOS Associate Director m.giamos@ utoronto.ca 416.978.1170

DIANA BYERS Career Educator diana.byers@ utoronto.ca 416.978.7990

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HEATHER NELSON Career Educator heather.nelson@ utoronto.ca 416.946.3512

SHELLY ELSLIGER Career Educator shelly.elsliger@ utoronto.ca 416.946.0613

MAHSA MASHAYEKHI Career Educator m.mashayekhi@ utoronto.ca 416-978-7856

CHARMAINE RAMIREZ Coordinator charmaine.ramirez@ utoronto.ca 416.946.0240

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WHERE TO FIND US Rotman Commerce Career Services University of Toronto 252 Bloor Street West, Suite 4499 Toronto, ON M5S 1V6 Phone: 416.946.0616 Fax: 416.946.0617 Email: rotmancommerce.careers@utoronto.ca www.rotmancommerce.utoronto.ca

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CONNECT WITH US Looking to get in touch? You can find us on the University of Toronto’s main St. George campus in the heart of downtown Toronto. With our location at the intersection of St. George and Bloor, we are easily accessible by transit. Feel free to contact us in whatever way suits you best! We’re looking forward to hearing from you.

CONNECT WITH ROTMAN COMMERCE CAREER SERVICES Rotman Commerce, University of Toronto Suite 4499 252 Bloor Street West Toronto, ON M5S 1V6 416-946-0616 rotmancommerce.careers@utoronto.ca rotmancommerce.utoronto.ca

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Rotman Commerce 2018/19 Employment Report  

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