2021 Virtual Career Fair
This page is dedicated to participants in the 2021 Canada School of Public Service (CSPS) Virtual Career Fair.
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Career Fair overview
Congratulations! You have been invited to participate in the 2021 CSPS Career Fair, taking place this year from May 25 to May 28.
The CSPS, in partnership with several federal organizations, created a simple and streamlined application process to build a diverse inventory of candidates for immediate, casual contracts across government. The inventory will be used to fill unexpected vacancies. One of the main goals of this partnership is to give hiring managers the opportunity to meet talented new graduates from across Canada.
Casual contracts provide an excellent opportunity to gain valuable experience, build your competencies and skill set, and be better equipped for future staffing processes.
The career fair is your opportunity to showcase your talents in the form of a three-minute "speed bio." Hiring managers are eager to hear all about you!
The event will begin with opening remarks from Taki Sarantakis, President of the Canada School of Public Service, along with other senior government officials from participating departments and agencies.
Then, you will be invited to log in to a breakout session (at a specific time) to present your three-minute speed bio to:
- Representatives from participating organizations
- CSPS moderators
- Other participating candidates
You have the choice to present your bio in English or French.
Speed Bio instructions and tips
You have three minutes to talk about:
- Your education
- Your relevant work experience
- Your interests
- Your career aspirations
See below for a video of an example speed bio. Feel free to be creative, innovative and imaginative. This is your time to shine!
Speed Bio - Jacob Taylor
The Canada School of Public Service (CSPS) is organizing a 2021 virtual career fair, in conjunction with other federal departments and agencies, to promote the hiring of Employment Equity (EE) groups to entry-level jobs across the Government of Canada.
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Participating departments and agencies
The following federal government organizations will be participating:
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