BMO Day-Virtual Insights & Campus Recruiter Hangout Session | Gordon S. Lang School of Business and Economics

BMO Day-Virtual Insights & Campus Recruiter Hangout Session

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The BMO Campus Recruitment Team is hosting a BMO Day to connect with you!  These events give students the opportunity to learn about exciting internship, co-op, and new graduate opportunities. Discover a career where you choose your own path, make a difference, and are heard.
Virtually join for an informative insight into BMO and the opportunities to grow as part of a team. Get an inside look into what BMO has to offer for your career alongside other forward thinkers who are driven by the vision to be the bank that defines great customer service.

Date: WednesdaySeptember 23rd, 2020
Time: 1:00pm - see session links below
Location: Online
***Registration is open to all students and programs. Once students register for the event through the sign-up form, BMO we will contact registrants directly with further details about the event.

1) BMO Insights Virtual Session: During this virtual session, students will receive an overview of the Bank followed by line-of-business specific break out sessions. Students will attend rotating sessions to learn more about co-op, internship and full-time roles in Technology & Operations, Corporate Areas, Commercial Banking, Personal & Business Banking, and Wealth Management. 

2) Campus Recruiter Hangout Session: Campus Recruiters will host virtual hangout sessions for a small group of pre-selected, high-potential students. Students will have the benefit of asking questions in a personalized, comfortable environment. 

About the Business Career Development Centre

The Business Career Development Centre (BCDC) offers tailored career support to business students at the University of Guelph. The BCDC provides access to workshops, events and services including mentoring and networking opportunities, one-on-one career coaching, and assistance building your professional online presence. The BCDC strives to ensure the legitimacy of external events and workshops posted we promote to students. As a participant in any event or workshop, we encourage you to exercise due diligence, and research the integrity of the organization(s) prior to attending. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact our office.

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