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CAREER FAIR 2012 Wednesday, October 3

10 am - 3 pm 1st Choice Savings Centre for Sport and Wellness

CORPORATE PROFILES presented by Career & Co-op Services www.uleth.ca/ces


UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE C AREER FAIR 2012 Welcome to Career Fair 2012 and the opportunity to introduce yourself to company representatives and gather information to help you successfully navigate today’s changing labor market and ultimately to make your career decisions. Whether you’re a first or fourth year student, career planning can provide direction in both your academic and work life.

At the U of L you are exposed to a wide range of experiences. You explore new disciplines through your classes, international exchanges and independent studies. You learn about yourself and gain skills through Applied Studies, Co-op work terms, Volunteer and Summer positions. This is a time to expand your interests, understand your priorities and learn about your motivations, as they are major considerations when choosing a path that will bring you fulfillment in your career and life. Equally important to your success is an understanding of career options, occupational requirements, trends

and employer expectations. This is key to making a smooth transition from school to the work world. And what better place to get that information but from people who have the best knowledge – the people working in the field. The goal of the Career Fair is to help you make that connection.

So make the most of Career Fair 2012! Introduce yourself, ask questions and establish networks that will move you forward in making decisions, choosing a career path and achieving your goals. Up to 100 organizations are on campus to talk to you about careers. Be yourself and don't be shy. Because, where can you go from here?? Well, the possibilities are endless, but where you end up can depend on the choices you make today. Pat Tanaka, Heather Hacior, Megan Kienzle and Vijeta Sharma The Career & Employment Services Team Organizers of Career Fair 2012

CES

job board

Find jobs ONLINE all year round! Full-time...Part-time International...Volunteer...Summer

http://www.uleth.ca/ces

Career & Employment Services has a new website and online job posting system available to University of Lethbridge students and graduates. Go to our website to find an overview of our services including a link to the U of L job board.

CAREER & EMPLOYMENT SERVICES Email: ces.students@uleth.ca or ces.graduates@uleth.ca Phone: 403.329.2187 Office: AH 154, Anderson Hall


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Career Fair Tips!... Be Prepared to Ask Questions ........................4 Connecting With Employers ............................................................5 Native Student Advising: Support Services for First Nations, Métis and Inuit Students ............................................................................6 Celebrating Our Alumni....................................................................6 Job Search is Like a Roller Coaster ..............................................24 International Work-Study-Travel Experience ................................40 Career Portfolios…An Advanced Job Search Technique..............25 Corporate Mailing List ............................................................42 - 44 Acknowledgments ..........................................................................41 About the Aboriginal Print – John Chief Calf ..................................7

1st Choice Savings & Credit Union Ltd. ..........................................8 AB Employment and Immigration - Workplace Safety** AB Institute PMAC ........................................................................35 AB Tourism, Parks, Recreation** AgCall** Alberta Conservation Association ....................................................7 Alberta Health Services ..................................................................9 Alberta Municipal Affairs - Municipal Internship Program................9 Alberta Society of Professional Biologists ......................................9 Alberta Utilities Commission ..........................................................11 ATB Financial** ATCO Power Canada Ltd ..............................................................11 Behavioral Solutions, Inc. ..............................................................10 BlackBridge Networks....................................................................11 BMO Financial Group ....................................................................12 BMO Nesbitt Burns ........................................................................12 Calgary Police Service ..................................................................12 Canada Revenue Agency ..............................................................13 Canada Safeway Limited ..............................................................13 Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine ................................13 Canadian Forces Recruiting Centre ..............................................15 Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) ........................13 Canadian Natural Resources Limited ............................................15 Cargill Limited ................................................................................15 Certified General Accountants Association of AB..........................14 Certified Management Accountants of Alberta (CMA Alberta) ......16 Cintas** City of Lethbridge ..........................................................................16 Co-operators General Insurance Company - West Region ..........17 Commercial Vehicle Enforcement - Government of Alberta** Community Futures Treaty 7** ConAgra Limited - Lamb Weston Division ....................................17 ConocoPhillips Canada..................................................................17 Council of Ministers of Education Canada C/O Alberta Education ..................................................................19 Covenant Health ............................................................................18 Crop Production Services - CPS ..................................................18 Emco Corporation ..........................................................................18 EnCana Corporation ......................................................................19 Energy Resources Conservation Board ........................................20 EnerPlus ........................................................................................21 Enterprise Rent-a-Car....................................................................20 Farm Credit Canada ......................................................................22 Federated Co-operatives Ltd ........................................................23

GoodLife Fitness Clubs..................................................................20 Government of Alberta - Corporate Human Resources** Human Resources Institute of Alberta - HRIA ..............................23 Imperial Tobacco Canada..............................................................26 Institute of Chartered Accountants of Alberta................................26 Insurance Institute of Canada........................................................27 Investors Group..............................................................................22 JobLinks Employment Centre ........................................................22 Kainaiwa Children's Services Corporation** Lethbridge Family Services............................................................28 Lethbridge Regional Police Service ..............................................29 Lethbridge Youth Foundation - 5th on 5th Youth Services** McCain Foods Ltd. ........................................................................30 MNP ..............................................................................................32 Monsanto Canada..........................................................................28 National Energy Board ..................................................................31 Parrish & Heimbecker ....................................................................34 Peace Hills Trust Company ..........................................................29 PepsiCo Foods Canada ................................................................29 Pioneer Hi-Bred Production Ltd. ....................................................32 Quebec/Alberta Student Employment Exchange Program............32 Quest Support Services Inc. ..........................................................33 Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region ................................................35 Rehoboth Christian Ministries ........................................................33 Renfrew Educational Services** ....................................................36 Richardson International Ltd. ........................................................36 Rocky Mountain Dealerships Inc. ..................................................36 Royal Canadian Mounted Police....................................................36 Scotiabank ....................................................................................33 Society of Local Government Managers of Alberta ......................38 Solicitor General & Public Security ................................................35 Student Works................................................................................37 Sun Life Financial ..........................................................................37 Sun Life Financial Services of Canada** Syngenta Crop Protection Canada Inc. ........................................37 Sysco ............................................................................................38 Toys ‘R’ Us ....................................................................................38 Treaty 7 Urban Indian Housing Authority** University of British Columbia, Master of Management ................38 University of Lethbridge Co-op Education ....................................45 URS Flint** Viterra ............................................................................................39 Vivint ..............................................................................................39 International Fitness - World Health ..............................................28 **Present at Career Fair but without a profile in this publication

UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE - Several departments are available to answer your career questions and provide information on their programs and services. Career & Employment Services Counselling Services Faculty of Arts & Science Co-op – Co-op and Applied Studies Programs Faculty of Management Co-op – Co-op Program


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CONNECTING WITH EMPLOYERS Connecting with Employers

Career Fair 2012 is a great opportunity to meet company representatives and learn about occupations and career paths in their organizations. Ask questions regarding qualifications, trends, corporate values and environment. Let them get to know you as a person. We’ve tried to offer you some resources to assist you in your interaction with company representatives. Take advantage of the Career Fair calling cards to provide employers your contact information and check out the List of Disciplines companies have indicated they typically recruit.

CES wants to facilitate your ability to network with participants by providing you with ten Career Fair Calling Cards to complete and give to your ‘Top 10’ employers of choice. Exchange information with company representatives and follow-up to enhance your connections and employment opportunities.

NAME:

U of L CAREER FAIR CONTACT/CALLING CARD

MAJOR/YR: PH:

EMAIL:

CAREER & JOB INTERESTS:

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Pick up a set from the student table at the entrance to the indoor track and don’t forget to complete an evaluation form for a chance to win a prize!!

Check out employers who are interested in your discipline.

We asked the participants to identify the disciplines they would typically consider in their recruitment. With the floor plan, you will find a list of organizations participating on the day with their answers to that question. Review the list and take the opportunity to talk with recruiters who are looking for YOU!

UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE – CAREER FAIR 2012

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FNMI SUPPORT SERVICES NATIVE STUDENT ADVISING ~ Support Services for First Nations, Métis and Inuit Students

Located in the Registrar's Office (SU140K) Hours: Monday to Friday 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Native Student Advising website: http://www.uleth.ca/first-nations-metis-inuit/

”Our role is to guide, encourage and support Aboriginal students”

This is a free confidential service for those students who self identify as First Nations', Métis, or Inuit. The Advisor’s primary role is to guide, encourage, and empower students in the university environment so they may achieve their highest potential. The advisor can assist your transition to the University by helping you access services such as: O O O O O O O O O

Housing information • Scholarships and loans information Personal counselling • Career and employment counselling Financial planning • Academic planning Elder Support Program Tutor Program First Nations', Métis, and Inuit support person in your program Native American Student Association Room A424. Native Student Lounge - Room A424. University of Lethbridge First Nations', Métis, and Inuit Alumni Chapter

Jessica Good Striker, Native Student Advisor Phone: (403) 332-4455 or (403) 394-3902

Elizabeth Ferguson, Coordinator, Native Student Advising Phone: (403) 317-2812 or (403) 394-3902

The following programs may be of interest: Faculty of Arts & Science Native American Studies Department-B.A.(Native American Studies Major) First Nations Transition Program Faculty of Management - B.Mgt.(First Nations Governance Major) Faculty of Education, Teacher Education - B.Ed. as 2nd degree Native Education Major or Minor Combined Degrees - B.A./B. Mgt., B.Sc./B.Mgt & B.A./B.Ed.

Career & Co-op Services CELEBRATES OUR ALUMNI!

Once again we are pleased to welcome back alumni who have returned to campus as representatives of their companies. We want to acknowledge their success and thank them for their continuing support. We think you will be excited to see where graduates have gone and to talk to those who share the U of L experience with you. There are over forty alumni at the career fair today, you’ll recognize them by the BUTTONS they are wearing which say “THIS IS MY U...Proud Alumni...”

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OUR CAREER FAIR ARTIST About the Aboriginal Print … Title: A New Dimension

John Chief Calf, Artist

“In the last few years people who have been my guides, my teachers, my base have all passed on. This change was sudden and drastic and left me completely unprepared and alone. I found myself in a different state as these major support systems were no longer in place. In times of terrible crisis they were there to help me sort through all my obstacles. Now they are no longer there and I was left to rediscover a new direction. Not too long after their passing I had a dream about my Grandfather who at the time was a Medicine Man in the early and late 70’s. In a dream he came to visit me and asked me how I was doing. I told him how I felt completely alone and how empty I felt that everyone was gone. He pulled this old wooden chair beside me and told me that this was a natural part of life. He also told me that in times like this people awaken new insights. I woke up and thought really hard about this dream and what its message may be. In the last few years, I have gone back into my life to reprocess how and where all of my decision-making processes originated from and have identified what changes need to occur and how to create a new base that is completely independent. As I was reprocessing everything in my life I found out that the base was spiritual. This entire picture is based on this process.”

John is a self taught artist who discovered his inherent gift at an early age. He has sold pieces across Canada, as well as Los Angeles, Virginia, England, Italy, Germany and Hungary. Locally, he has had several art shows in Lethbridge and has also donated pieces for various youth and children’s charities. John is a University of Lethbridge alumni with a B.A. Social Sciences and a B. Ed. in Social Studies. He is currently teaching at Chief Old Sun Elementary School in Siksika.

Since our inception as a non-profit in 1997, ACA has directed hundreds of millions of dollars towards thousands of conservation efforts across Alberta, from biological studies on the largest species to the securement of vast tracts of precious habitat. Every dollar from fishing and hunting license sales and every partnership contributes to the conservation of Alberta's natural heritage. Together we are securing the future of fish and wildlife and the habitat they call home while providing Albertans with access to a myriad of sustainable outdoor recreation activities. We love the work we do. From the day-to-day reward of calling the beauty of Alberta's big backyard our "office" to the privilege of working on behalf of Alberta's hunters, anglers and other outdoor recreationists, we consider ourselves lucky to live and work in such a special place. We encourage you to find out more about our work and the partnerships that made it possible on our website, in our annual report, or better still, go see for yourself at any of the 700+ Conservation Sites out there for you to explore. Bring the family and spend an afternoon in the peace and wonder of Alberta's wild side. We're confident you'll think it's worth every penny. Our Mission ACA conserves, protects and enhances fish, wildlife and habitat for all Albertans to enjoy, value and use. Our Vision An Alberta with an abundance and diversity of wildlife, fish and their habitats; where future generations continue to use, enjoy and value our rich outdoor heritage.

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• Behavioral Solutions has been providing services to children and adolescents in the Southwest Region since 2000. • We specialize in serving children with developmental disabilities and their families. Common developmental disabilities we see are Autism Spectrum Disorders, brain injuries, Down syndrome, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders, intellectual disabilities, seizure disorders and various rarer genetic disorders. • Dr. Douglas Lee, a clinical psychologist, is the Clinical Director of the company. For many children we work closely with a core group of Speech Language Pathologists, Occupational Therapists and Physiotherapists. • We offer a range of employment opportunities from part-time work that can fit well for students in university programs through to full time positions. Having a keen interest in children and families is a must. We offer on the job training and supervision. • Our work is mainly related to funded services through Family Support for Children with Disabilities (FSCD), child protection services and special education. We also accept private referrals from families. Visit us at www.behavioral-solutions.com 1720 2nd Avenue South, Lethbridge AB 403-327-1788!

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To find out more, come meet us at the University of Lethbridge Career Fair or visit us online at www.atcopower.com

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Come Deliver the Future with Us Future Canadian Natural is a senior independent oil and natural gas exploration, development and production company with a proven track record of growth since 1989. We We currently have over 5,000 employees and hundreds of contractors working in our operations.

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CAREER PORTFOLIOS... an advanced job search technique! DO YOU... have a collection of documents that you can show employers that provides first hand proof of your RELEVANT work quality, diverse experience, creativity, and relevant skill sets? - If you do ... then you have a PORTFOLIO...if you don't...then you should GET ONE! WHEN would you use a PORTFOLIO? During a job interview; during a performance evaluation meeting; when applying to graduate school; when applying for scholarships; for self-discovery and planning towards career goals/directions CAREER PORTFOLIOS are developed for many reasons....for employment, they are an advanced job search & interview technique created to help you 'stand out' in the crowd when you are competing for a position in the job market. By showing employers examples of your work & work quality during an interview, you have the chance to demonstrate to employers (vs. just explain) your initiative, performance success and star quality! **REMEMBER: Portfolios are the 'extra' tool that can add to your verbal responses in an interview &/or evaluative meeting, but they should NEVER substitute for your verbal response! YOU are your best communication tool! Only use them if you are confident about your verbal preparation and can then access documents calmly while in the meeting if they add value to the responses you give. • Portfolios for job search are known by many names: Career Portfolios; Showcase Portfolios; Interview Portfolios; Job Search Portfolios; Targeted Portfolios. DEVELOPING A PORTFOLIO REQUIRES TIME (1-2 months & ongoing maintenance after that!) so take the time you need to do it right! Don't rush the process...carefully consider each document you collect &/or create and make sure it SPEAKS to your specific employer, as you will pick only a few documents to take to a job interview vs. the Master Collection itself.

HOW TO BEGIN TO DEVELOP YOUR OWN CAREER PORTFOLIO: 1. Start collecting examples of your work ie. job descriptions, work projects, school/university papers, transcripts, letters of thanks, photographs of you in work/volunteer roles, newspaper clipping that feature you, etc. 2. Keep portfolio artifacts/documents in a safe place to help in the collection process 3. Make photocopies of each as you go & make a 'copies' collection for future use 4. Attach a large sticky-note on each document that explains what that document means to you about: skills & abilities that ensured your success; personal qualities & work ethic that were demonstrated through that project; technical skills demonstrated, etc. 5. Consider constructing lists or summaries of other aspects of your strengths, ie. short term goals, long-term goals, skill summaries in technical areas, professional development lists, etc. 6. Start now...start collecting organizational information from your current job or take photographs of yourself if you are speaking in front of a group, delivering a program during your summer job, or demonstrating some skill that is featured in your dream job posting! You may not use all that you collect, but at least you have some elements to highlight! IF POSSIBLE ATTEND a UofL Career & Employment Services Workshop – see CES INFO:

If you are a UofL student or new graduate wanting to find out more about developing your own portfolio, contact our CES Office: AH – 154 Website: www.uleth.ca/ces Ph: (403) 329-2187

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Imperial Tobacco Canada est la plus importante compagnie de tabac Canada. Nous sommes résolus à maintenir notre position de marché dans l’avenir et à être reconnus comme chef de file en matière de responsabilité sociale. Notre siège social est établi à Montréal et nous avons des bureaux de vente dans tout le pays. Nous sommes une filiale en propriété exclusive détenue indirectement par British American Tobacco p.l.c. (BAT), le plus important groupe international du secteur du tabac, comptant plus de 90 000 employés dans le monde, dont les marques sont vendues sur 180 marchés. Nous croyons que pour être un employeur de choix, vous devez placer les gens au premier rang. Conséquemment, nous avons adopté une approche de gestion des ressources humaines progressiste, fondée sur le respect de la personne, et nous accordons une grande importance au développement du leadership de tous nos employés. Veuillez visiter notre site Web pour les perspectives de carrière : www.imperialtobaccocanada.com/carrieres

Imperial Tobacco Canada is Canada’s leading tobacco company. We are determined to maintain our market position in the future and to be recognized as a socially responsible tobacco company. Headquartered in Montreal, we have sales offices across the country. We are a wholly-owned indirect subsidiary of British American Tobacco p.l.c. (BAT), the world’s most international, tobacco group, with over 90,000 employees worldwide and brands sold in 180 markets. We believe that to be an employer of choice, you have to put the people first. Therefore, we have adopted a progressive human resources management approach driven by respect of the individual and cultivating leadership in all our employees. Please visit our web site for our career opportunities: www.imperialtobaccocanada.com/careers

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Where do you want your education to take you?

“A college diploma or university degree in any subject is helpful for entry into the profession, although those who have studied finance, management, mathematics or business would have an advantage.”

Here’s a career path with unlimited potential. Broker / Agent What are you looking for in a career? Earning potential? Security? Having the chance to face a new and different challenge every day? Whatever you’ve learned in school and in life, you’ll have the chance to use it in the insurance industry. It’s hard to imagine a career choice where you’ll have the opportunity to use more of your skills than insurance. Why? Because insurance is already a part of everything you do. It protects homes, jobs, cars, property and the continuity of lives. And because insurance is all around us, the industry has a wide variety of careers to match your education and amazing flexibility to change directions along the way.

You’re a people person and a great communicator Insurance brokers and agents help consumers find the right coverage to protect their cars, homes, businesses, boats and belongings against loss through accident, fire or theft. While brokers usually represent several insurance companies, agents are more likely to sell policies for just one. These are the entrepreneurs of the insurance industry with many of them working for themselves or for small independent firms. Gavin Mascarenhas Loss Adjuster

“The best advice is to specialize in law or business-related courses.”

There are more than 110,000 Canadians working in the property & casualty insurance sector. It’s an industry that reflects the face and the values of Canadian society and has a constant need for talented, creative, motivated people. Are you a people person? Brokers work with clients to create a strategy to protect their assets. Gifted at math? You could thrive as an actuary. Good at listening? As a claims professional, you’ll help people who are coping with an accident, fire or theft. Strategic thinker? You could work as an underwriter and develop the products that keep people protected from unforeseen loss.

Loss Adjuster You’re part private investigator and part therapist The loss adjuster is responsible for ensuring that those who have suffered a loss receive the compensation and assistance they are eligible to receive. Whether employed by the insurance company or working as an independent contractor, the loss adjuster investigates the accident, arranges medical treatment if necessary and negotiates the final settlement to restore policy holders to where they were, as closely as possible, before their loss.

As your career in insurance progresses, every day can present interesting new opportunities, new challenges, and the flexibility to pursue new goals.

Michelle Snowdon Underwriter

“For a greater advantage, and the highest placement value, I would recommend courses in law as well as successful completion of a business or insurance program.”

To find out more about where you might fit in with your post-secondary education, please visit our Web site at www.career-connections.info. You may be surprised to find that insurance isn’t what you think. It’s a whole lot more.

Your interests and your experience may add up to a great career in insurance.

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Underwriter You’re a relationship developer and decision-maker Underwriters accept or reject risk on behalf of insurance companies. They assess the kind of insurance required by organizations as diverse as a shopping mall, a professional sports team, a manufacturer, a city government or a construction company. Underwriters examine every facet of the organization’s operation and its request for insurance, then decide what the insurance company should cover and how much it should charge.

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People with passion are the key to our success â&#x20AC;&#x201C; passion for continuous improvement, for teamwork, for learning, and for delivering results. At McCain, we focus on Good Food. Better Life. In the 60 facilities we operate across six continents, our 20,000 team members are committed to making our customers and consumers smile by maintaining our worldwide reputation for quality, value and convenience. Our teams are also known for the dedication they bring to improving the quality of life in the communities where we live and work. If you value a family environment grounded in honesty, integrity and respect then you might just fit right in. Be a star on our team. Grow Gr ow with us. Visit us at www.mccain.com www.mccain.com

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QUÉBEC/ALBERTA STUDENT EMPLOYMENT EXCHANGE PROGRAM Each year the Québec and Alberta governments hire post-secondary students from Alberta and Québec for summer work placements. The duration of the program is thirteen weeks and students in all degree programs are eligible to apply.

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Big enough to get the job done... Small enough to care. Parrish & Heimbecker was founded over 100 years ago by two grain trading families who still own and actively manage the company today. With over 1,400 employees and customers in 2 dozen countries, P&H has grown into a diversified and vertically integrated company. Our markets: • Grain Procurement & Merchandising • Crop Inputs • Poultry farming and processing • Animal Nutrition • Flour Milling • Feed Milling As Parrish & Heimbecker continues to grow, we are always looking for candidates to fill new and exciting opportunities in the following areas: • Agronomy • Sales and Marketing • Operations • Finance/Accounting • Transportation/Logistics • Merchandising • Information Systems

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INTERNATIONAL WORK – STUDY - TRAVEL EXPERIENCE

R U interested in traveling or living abroad? R U interested in working while you travel & explore? R U interested in studying in a foreign land, possibly for credit? There are many ways to gain international/travel experience and the benefits are many: • learning new things via new experiences, challenges & info • developing confidence in yourself and your abilities • having fun, seeing new places, meeting new people & enjoying different cultures/experiences GETTING STARTED: 1. EXPLORE YOUR OPTIONS by researching programs -- as a student, check with UofL Career & Employment Services for reputable programs that are advertised through their office. 2. Check with the UofL 'INTERNATIONAL CENTRE FOR STUDENTS' Office- as they have experience working with programs & Universities world wide, and can assist you with your research on options, contacts and possible 'credit' links to your school/programs. 3. COLLECT FACTS - research each program (work, study, teaching ESL abroad). By checking every detail ie. their history, length of existence, reputation and connections with Universities/ Colleges, you are gaining information about their program quality & legitimacy. 4. COMPARE PROGRAMS - look at each program in terms of qualifications & requirements (including work/study/travel VISAs) to find those that fit your needs. Also examine each for comparable cost, arrangement details, & if the organization provides support with training, accommodation, travel, and assistance along the way (before, during & after). Check with Canadian resource people/programs for information to start. 5. TALK TO PEOPLE - Call programs directly to ask good questions, confirm details & get direct information about the credibility of their program. Ask for names or ways to talk to people who have participated in their programs directly - as this 'real information' is the best way to sort through options & issues that are causing questions. 6. COMPARE WAGE &/or CONTRACT &/or PROGRAM DETAILS - look carefully over the details regarding length of program/contract, renewal possibility, work/study visa requirements, tasks/duties, and other features so that you are aware of all facts & issues that are important. It is YOUR RESPONSIBILITY to research each program & all details before taking part…all your effort will be worth it in the long run! GREAT RESOURCES: • !"#$%&'()*+'www.travelcuts.com • GapYearAbroad: Volunteering abroad http://www.gapyearabroad.ca/ • ,-./0',*)1%2*'-3"4'.5"3#1'/"36"#7+''8**90::;;;<+;#9<=#:' • >olunteer Abroad www.volunteerabroad.ca • Dave’s ESL Café www.eslcafe.com • !%#=8'?26&@+8'.5"3#1'8**90::;;;<32&@2%*%A&<=37 • WUSC (World University Service of Canada) www.wusc.ca • Rooftops Canada www.rooftops.ca • Canadian International Development Agency 8**90::;;;<#=1@B=@1#<6=<=#: • The Canadian Bureau for International Education www.cbie.ca • Careers Abroad 8**90::;;;<=#"%%"+#5"3#1<=3<)4:' • Charity Village www.charityvillage.com • Canada World Youth www.cwy-jcm.org - SO...GOOD LUCK ON YOUR JOURNEY & BE THOROUGH IN YOUR RESEARCH • • •

Contact UofL Career & Employment Services for more information: www.uleth.ca/ces

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Acknowledgements

It takes many people to build a successful Career Fair and we are fortunate to have wonderful colleagues who support us whole-heartedly and help us to deliver a top notch event each year. We are proud to acknowledge them. Our supporters at the TOP:

• University President – Michael Mahon • Vice-President Academic – Andrew Hakin • Associate Vice-President, Students –Judith Lapadat • Students’ Union President - Armin Escher • Native American Students’ Assoc.– President • Registrar - Don Hunt

Our colleagues on the Front line:

• Dean of Arts & Science - Chris Nicol • Dean of Education - Craig Loewen • Dean of Fine Arts - Desmond Rochfort • Dean of Health Sciences - Chris Hosgood • Dean of Management - Robert Ellis • Dean of Graduate Studies – Robert Wood

Sport & Recreation Services, Security & Parking, Shipping & Receiving, Printing Services & the Copy Centre, Physical Plant, Utilities, Grounds Maintenance, Caretaking, Conference Services, Communications, Financial Services, Capital Projects, Risk & Safety Services, Information Technology Services and the Registrar’s Office.

Recognizing a few U of L colleagues for their special contributions: • Judy Westcott for the design and layout of our Virtual Corporate Profiles, posters, banners and ads • Our Colleagues in Student Services and Academic Advising who participate with booths each year bringing their expertise and information directly to the students • Vijeta Sharma, CES Co-op student, for coordinating another amazing Volunteer Host Program. • Our Colleagues in Career & Co-op Services for their continuing and constant support. ~ Brittany Young, Carol Gaetz and Jackie Edwards who have helped in a myriad of ways before and after the event, and on the day, manage the office while everyone is busy at Career Fair. ~ Diana Young, Catharine Reader and the team in the Arts & Science Coop and Applied Studies Programs who secure the artwork and organize the reproductions. ~ Steve Craig and the team in the Faculty of Management Coop for their support and assistance in coordinating the wine and cheese reception.

To Our Exceptional Student Volunteers:

We rely upon as many as 70 student volunteers to drive vans, load and unload carts, manage registration, run and fetch, clean up, count table cloths and a host of other details and duties—from sun-up to sun-down! But most of all, they act as great ambassadors of our campus! Year after year they are saluted by the many employers and organizations for going “above and beyond...” Thank you!

Special recognition goes to our many ALUMNI who return as recruiters and company representatives. They pave the way for future graduates. We celebrate their successes and welcome them home!

And the event would not be a success without ...

• Employer Participants who provide a wealth of career information to students. • Students, over 2500 of them, who chose this opportunity to explore their career options.

If we’ve missed anyone, we hope we’ve thanked you in person!

~ Pat Tanaka, Megan Kienzle, Heather Hacior & Vijeta Sharma ~ Career & Employment Services Career Fair Organizers

“The people who get on in this world are the people who get up and look for the circumstances they want, and, if they can't find them, make them.” ~George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950) UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE – CAREER FAIR 2012

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1st Choice Savings & Credit Union Ltd. 45 Fairmont Blvd S Lethbridge AB T1K 1T1 Contact: Ms. Carol Welby

CORPORATE MAILING LIST

AB Employment and Immigration – Workplace Safety 727 - 7 Avenue SW Calgary AB T2P 2Z5 Contact: Mr. Brian Krueger AB Tourism, Parks, Recreation 416, 909 3rd Avenue North Lethbridge AB T1H 0H5 Contact: Mr. George Yanicki

AgCall P.O. Box 1134, 2411 19th Street Nanton AB T0L 1R0 Contact: Mr. John MacArthur

Alberta Conservation Association 101 – 9 Chippewa Road Sherwood Park AB T8A 6J7 Contact: Ms. Natalia McPhee Alberta Health Services 1850, 10123 99 Street Edmonton AB T5J 3H1 Contact: Bailey Ryan

Alberta Human Services- Workplace Standards #606, 620 - 7th Ave. SW Calgary, AB T2P 0Y8 Contact: Ms. Minerva Argenal-Roman

Alberta Municipal Affairs -Municipal Internship Program 17 Floor, Commerce Place 10155 - 102 Street Edmonton AB T5J 4L4 Contact: Ms. Wendy Peters Alberta Society of Professional Biologists Box 21104 Edmonton AB T6R 2V4 Contact: Ms. Shauna Prokopchuk Alberta Utilities Commission #400, 425 - 1 Street SW Calgary AB T2P 3L8 Contact: Ms. Charlene Cleator ATB Financial 1300 - 9888 Jasper Avenue Edmonton AB T5J 1P1 Contact: Rinku Seth

ATCO Power Canada Ltd 900, 919-11 Avenue SW Calgary AB T2R 1P3 Contact: Ms. Tanya Robertson

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Behavioral Solutions 1720 2nd Ave South Lethbridge AB T1J 0G3 Contact: Betty Weiss

BlackBridge Networks 3528 30 Street North Lethbridge AB T1H 6Z4 Contact: Ms. Nicole Geske BMO Financial Group 606 4th Ave South Lethbridge AB T1J 0N7 Contact: Mr. David May

BMO Nesbitt Burns 600 - 5th Avenue South Lethbridge AB T1J 4G9 Contact: Ms. Kelli Pomahac Calgary Police Service 3 Floor, 133 - 6 Avenue SE Calgary AB T2G 4Z1 Contact: Cst. Don Muldoon

Canada Revenue Agency 200, 419 - 7 Street S Lethbridge AB T1J 4A9 Contact: Ms. Sonya Emond

Canada Safeway Limited 1020 – 64th Avenue NE Calgary AB T2Z 7V8 Contact: Ms. Catharine Sprovieri

Canadian Cancer Society, Alberta/NWT 317 - 10 Street South Lethbridge, AB T1J 2M7 Contact: Ms. Rachel Clarke

Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine 1255 Sheppard Avenue E North York ON M2K 1E2 Contact: Ms. Patti Scott Canadian Forces Recruiting Centre 245, 220 - 4 Avenue SE Calgary AB T2G 4X3 Contact: Mr. Adam Beebe

Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) 6100 Leslie Street Toronto ON M2H 3J1 Contact: Ms. Andrea Brown Canadian Natural Resources Limited 2500, 855 - 2 Street SW Calgary AB T2P 4J8 Contact: Ms. Alessandra Grossi Cargill Limited 300 - 240 Graham Avenue Winnipeg MB R3C 4C5 Contact: Ms. Krista Schmidt

Certified General Accountants Association of AB Suite 100, 325 Manning Road NE Calgary AB T2E 2P5 Contact: Ms. Michelle Everett

Certified Management Accountants of Alberta (CMA Alberta) 300, 1210 - 8 Street SW Calgary AB T2R 1L3 Contact: Ms. Carolyn Seward Cintas 1235 23 Avenue S.E. Calgary AB T2G 5S5 Contact: Ms. Ashley Smeltzer City of Lethbridge 910 - 4 Avenue S Lethbridge AB T1J 0P6 Contact: Mr. Brad Doak

Co-operators General Insurance Company West Region #300, 220 3 Avenue S Lethbridge AB T1J 0G9 Contact: Ms. Janice Foxcroft Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Government of Alberta Box 154 Coutts AB T0K 0N0 Contact: Mr. Brennan Campbell Community Futures Treaty 7 Suite 300, 6011 1 A Street SW Calgary AB T0K 0K0 Contact: Ms. Jade Tailfeathers

ConAgra Limited - Lamb Weston Division Box 4615 Taber AB T1G 2C9 Contact: Ms. Leanne Browning ConocoPhillips Canada Box 130, Station M 401 - 9th Avenue S W Calgary AB T2P 2H7 Contact: Ms. Lauren Bosch

Council of Ministers of Education Canada – C/O Alberta Education 9th Floor, 44 Captial Boulevard 10044-108 Street Edmonton AB T5J 5E6 Contact: Ms. Vivian Abboud Covenant Health #121 West Annex 16940 87 Avenue Edmonton AB T5R 4H5 Contact: Delena Lobitz Crop Production Services - CPS 4717 39 Street Camrose AB T4V 2N6 Contact: Ms. Susan Malecki

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Emco Corporation 1108 Dundas Street London ON N5W 3A7 Contact: Ms. Sandy Cornelissen

Insurance Institute of Canada 6 Floor, 18 King Street E Toronto ON M5C 1C4 Contact: Ms. Tammy Forth

PepsiCo Foods Canada 2867-45 Ave. SE Calgary AB T2B 3L8 Contact: Ms. Amanda Feng

Energy Resources Conservation Board 250 5th Street SW #310 Calgary AB T2P 0R4 Contact: Ms. Maria Phounsavath

JobLinks Employment Centre 416 8 Street South Lethbrige AB T1J 2J7 Contact: Mr. Doug Sanders

Quebec/Alberta Student Employment Exchange Program P.O. Box 2222 Edmonton AB T5J 2P7 Contact: Ms. Svjetlana Crnkovic

EnCana Corporation 150 9th Avenue S.W Calgary AB T2P 2S5 Contact: Ms. Shelly Lausberg

EnerPlus The Dome Tower, Suite 3000 333-7th Avenue SW Calgary AB T2P 2Z1 Contact: Keri Leach Enterprise Rent-a-Car 5821 6th Street S.E. Calgary AB T2H 1M4 Contact: Mr. Tim Aberg

Farm Credit Canada 1800 Hamilton Street Regina SK S4P 4L3 Contact: Ms. Michelle Sanchez Parker Federated Co-operatives Ltd 375 Erin Woods Drive S.E. Calgary AB T2B 2V9 Contact: Ms. Amanda Fitzhugh GoodLife Fitness Clubs 419 King Street W. Oshawa ON L1J 2K5 Contact: Ms. Julie Hale

Government of Alberta–Corporate Human Resources 7th Floor, Peace Hills Trust Tower, 10011 109 Street Edmonton T5J 3S8 Contact: Terry Gale

Human Resources Institute of Alberta - HRIA Suite 410, 1111-11 Ave SW Calgary AB T2R 0G5 Contact: Shaista Rahim Imperial Tobacco Canada 3711 Saint-Antoine Street Montréal QC H4C 3P6 Contact: Mr. Pasquale Bufo

Institute of Chartered Accountants of Alberta 580 Manulife Place, 10180 - 101 Street Edmonton AB T5J 4R2 Contact: Ms. Natasha Constantin

Investors Group 216, 905 1st Avenue South Lethbridge AB T1J 4M7 Contact: Ms. Barbara Wensley

Kainaiwa Children's Services Corporation Box 120 Standoff AB T0L 1Y0 Contact: Ms. Hope Wolf Child Lethbridge Family Services 1107 - 2 A Avenue N Lethbridge AB T1H 0E6 Contact: Ms. Stacey Bourque

Lethbridge Regional Police Service 135 - 1 Avenue S Lethbridge AB T1J 0A1 Contact: Cst. Richard Borthwick

Lethbridge Youth Foundation - 5th on 5th Youth Services 435 - 5th Street South Lethbridge, AB T1J 2B6 Contact: Ms. Gail McKenzie McCain Foods Ltd. P.O. Box 1479 Coaldale AB T1M 1N3 Contact: Ms. Ami-Marie Perry MNP 3425 - 2 Avenue South Lethbridge AB T1J 4V1 Contact: Mr. Kurtis Kaskiw Monsanto Canada 900 One Research Road Winnipeg MB R3T 6E3 Contact: Courtney Kindrat

National Energy Board 444 Seventh Avenue SW Calgary AB T2P 0X8 Contact: Ms. Beverley Fletcher Parrish & Heimbecker Ltd. 1400 - 201 Portage Ave. Winnipeg, MB R3B 3K6 Contact: Mr. Dave Yarycky

Peace Hills Trust Company 8408 Elbow Drive SW Calgary AB T2V 1K7 Contact: Mr. Stephen Buffalo

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Pioneer Hi-Bred Production Ltd.-Dupont RR8 Site 28 Box 28 Lethbridge AB T1J 4P4 Contact: Ms. Tina Hastings

Quest Support Services Inc Box 1201 Station Main (1245 2nd Ave South) Lethbridge AB T1J 4A4 Contact: Ms. Kendal Tremblay Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region 2180 - 23 Avenue Regina, SK S4S 0A5 Contact: Mr. Clay Benaschak Rehoboth Christian Ministries Box 1312 Coaldale AB T1M 1N1 Contact: Ms. Chantal Jensen

Renfrew Educational Services 2050 - 21 Street N.E. Calgary AB T2E 6S5 Contact: Ms. Lois Bladon Richardson International Ltd. 2800 One Lombard Place Winnipeg MB R3B 0X8 Contact: Ms. Vishera Trush

Rocky Mountain Dealerships Inc. #301 - 335 8 St SE Calgary AB T2G 3A4 Contact: Ms. Shilo Davis Royal Canadian Mounted Police 427 Stafford Drive S Lethbridge AB T1J 4G2 Contact: Cst. P.J. Demuriak Scotiabank 21 Floor, 44 King Street W Toronto ON M5H 1H1 Contact: Ms. Yvonne Christie

Society of Local Government Managers of Alberta PO Box 308, 4620 - 54 Ave Bruderheim AB T0B 0S0 Contact: Ms. Linda Davies Solicitor General & Public Security 9th Floor, John E. Brownlee Bld 10365 - 97 Street Edmonton AB T5J 3W7 Contact: Ms. Colleen MacPherson

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Student Works 119-2455 Dollarton Highway North Vancouver BC V7H 0A2 Contact: Mr. Dan Cripps Sun Life Financial 404 Scenic Drive South Lethbridge AB T1J 4S3 Contact: Maja Colpitts

Sun Life Financial Services of Canada 550 W.T. Hill Blvd S Lethbridge AB T1J 4Z8 Contact: Mr. Garrett Anderson Syngenta Crop Protection Canada Inc 140 Research Lan Guelph ON N1G 4Z3 Contact: Shannon Blacker Sysco 4639 - 72 Avenue SE Calgary AB T2C 4H7 Contact: Ms. Jen Devolder

Toys ‘R’ Us 225 1st Avenue S. Lethbridge AB T1H 4K3 Contact: Ms. Katarina Bohar

Treaty 7 Urban Indian Housing Authority 200, 519 7 Street South Lethbridge AB T1J 2G8 Contact: Ms. Miranda English University of British Columbia, Master of Management 3333 University Way Kelowna BC V1V 1V7 Contact: Ms. Daphne Ash URS Flint (formerly Flint Energy) 200, 1200 - 59 Ave SE Calgary AB T2H 2M4 Contact: Ms. Camila Cabrales Viterra 2625 Victoria Avenue Regina SK S4T 7T9 Contact: Ms. Shannon Daschuk Vivint 3030 9th Street SE Calgary AB T2G 3B9 Contact: Mr. Jason King

World Health International Fitness Holdings 7222 Edgemont Blvd NW Calgary AB T3A 2X7 Contact: Ms. Mandy Mangat

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MORE INFORMATION CAREER & CO-OP SERVICES AH154 (Anderson Hall) General Reception: 403-329-2000 Career & Employment Services Phone: 403-329-2187 ces.students@uleth.ca www.uleth.ca/ces Contact: Ms. Pat Tanaka

Faculty of Arts & Science Phone: 403-382-7154 - Cooperative Education Program artsci.coop@uleth.ca www.uleth.ca/coop/fas - Applied Studies Program applied.studies@uleth.ca www.uleth.ca/apst Contact: Ms. Diana Young Faculty of Management - Cooperative Education Program Phone: 403-380-1810 mngt.coop@uleth.ca www.uleth.ca/man-cep Contact: Mr. Steve Craig

UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE 4401 University Dr. W Lethbridge, AB T1K 3M4 www.uleth.ca Counselling Services Room TH 218 (Turcotte Hall) www.uleth.ca/ross/counselling Native Student Advising Room SU 140 www.uleth.ca/fnmi

Scholarships & Student Finance Room AH 151 (Anderson Hall) www.uleth.ca/ross/student-finance

Faculty of Arts & Science Student Program Services Room SU060 (Students’ Union Bldg) www.uleth.ca/artsci/advising/faq

Faculty of Education Student Program Services Room TH 421 (Turcotte Hall) www.uleth.ca/education/student-advising Faculty of Fine Arts Academic Advising Room W620 www.uleth.ca/finearts/student-advising Faculty of Health Sciences Student Program Services Room M 3083 www.uleth.ca/healthsciences/advising

Faculty of Management Student Program Services Room M2060 (Markin Hall) www.uleth.ca/management/student-advising Master of Science, Management Room M4047 (Markin Hall) www.uleth.ca/graduatestudies/content/mast er-science-management School of Graduate Studies Room AH115 (Anderson Hall) www.uleth.ca/graduatestudies/

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Career & Employment Services (CES) Services for Students and Graduates

Career & Employment Services (CES) assists University of Lethbridge students and graduates with their career exploration and work search needs. In fulfilling this mandate, CES also serves employers and organizations by facilitating their recruitment of University of Lethbridge students. CES Services for Students and Graduates – Online Job Boards

– Career Advising

– Job Search Strategies

– Individual Appointments

– Workshops

– Occupational Information

– Campus Recruitment

– Career Events

– Resume Critiques

– Information Sessions/Booths

– interviews & Portfolios

– Labour Market Trends

– Career Planning

– Career Resources

– Part-time, Full-time, Summer

– Referrals for Career Counselling

Welcome to Career Fair 2012! Career Fair 2012 is your opportunity to explore the connection between your academic learning and the career options available in the work world. By talking with people who work in the field, you can start planning your future today … the more you learn about careers the easier it will be to find a good fit. Once you choose a path, you can start building the skills, experience and qualifications needed to reach your goals.

We will do our best to help you build a road map to success!

Volunteer and International Opportunities GET CONNECTED TO YOUR FUTURE!!

COME SEE US IN AH154 (Anderson Hall)


CES Corporate Profiles 2012