Microsoft Virtual Information Session | Gordon S. Lang School of Business and Economics

Microsoft Virtual Information Session

Date and Time


Online via Microsoft Teams


Imagine having the resources to influence tomorrow's reality today and having fun while you do it. Imagine the opportunities you'll have at a company with 163,000 employees in 211 countries, working on hundreds of products and services. No matter what your passion is, you'll find it here.
Microsoft Canada is always looking for top talent that can bring clarity, create energy and drive impact. So why not explore what we do, what life is really like at Microsoft and how our co-op and new graduate program - the Aspire Experience - are empowering future leaders by kick-starting their professional careers. You just might be surprised.
Date: Tuesday, September 29, 2020 
Time: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm EST
Location: Virtual on Microsoft Teams (link to be shared at a later date after successful registration)  
Audience: 2nd year and up Business, Engineering, IT, & Computer Science students interested in the tech industry
What to Expect:
~45 minute presentation followed by ~1 hour of networking with several Microsoft employees
Student & Graduate Roles:
Co-op positions here (at least one semester left after co-op) and Aspire positions here (within 12 months of graduation)
Register TODAY: Capacity is limited to 200 students, if you're interested, please register here by completing a short Qualtrics survey. Successful registrants will be sent a link to join to the event

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