student ambassador

Want to be a part of the enginehire team?
Join the enginehire student ambassador team! Our student ambassadors form a network who,
like us, believe there is a lot to be improved in the recruitment of young engineers.
Our goal is to help young engineers, and we need your help to do it!
Meet our incredible student ambassadors
And get yourself listed here as well, for employers to discover!
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Hi! My name is Brijesh. I am a student at Ryerson University.
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Hi! My name is Emily, I’m a civil and structural engineering major, and I’m crazy about bridges! I’ve worked on lots of bridge related projects, and can’t wait to work on more.
My name is Crisanto, I’m a 3rd year student in the chemical engineering program at the University of Toronto. I’m really enthusiastic about working in energy policy and alternative energy systems.
Hey there! I am a computer engineering student looking for positions in machine learning and robotics. I really believe these fields are going to shape the future.
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Hi! My name is Brijesh. I am a student at Ryerson University.
Something something something
Hey, I’m Raj, I’m studying mechanical engineering at York, and I’m interested in two things, fluid dynamics, and helping my fellow engineers!
Hi, my name is Melissa! I really like the idea of working to make the world a better place, which is why I’m a part of enginehire, and which is why I’m an environmental engineer.
Hello, my name is Sonam, I’m a civil engineering student with a lot of experience in construction. I’m looking to build my skills as a project coordinator!
So, what do you get out of it?
Opportunities to interact with our growing network of engineers
Your profile is featured to catch the eye of employers
The chance to help improve the lives of young engineers
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A letter of recommendation
A LinkedIn recommendation
Awesome enginehire swag
What do you get out of it?
Good question, we know your time is valuable.
All of our student ambassadors receive the following:
– Your profile is featured, ready to catch the eye of potential employers
– A letter of recommendation
– A recommendation on LinkedIn
– The chance to interact with our growing network of engineers
– Plus you get some cool enginehire swag: shirt, hat and more!
The real reason to do this, however, is if you believe in what enginehire does.
Are you wondering, “what do I actually do as a student ambassador”?
The purpose of a student ambassador is to help spread the word about enginehire!
That means helping other students understand what we do, why we do it, and why we care.
The primary means of doing that is by representing enginehire at your school’s career fairs and other career events. That means you get to be on the other side of the table (it’s a strange feeling, but exciting). If that sounds daunting, don’t worry about it, we’ll train you and make sure you know everything you need to know.
Ready to get started, or learn more?

Want to be a part of the enginehire team?
Join the enginehire student ambassador team! Our student ambassadors form a network who, like us, believe there is a lot to be improved in the recruitment of young engineers. Our goal is to help young engineers, and we need your help to do it!
Meet our incredible student ambassadors
And get yourself listed here as well, for employers to discover!
Hi! My name is Emily, I’m a civil and structural engineering major, and I’m crazy about bridges! I’ve worked on lots of bridge related projects, and can’t wait to work on more.
My name is Crisanto, I’m a 3rd year student in the chemical engineering program at the University of Toronto. I’m really enthusiastic about working in energy policy and alternative energy systems.
Hey there! I am a computer engineering student looking for positions in machine learning and robotics. I really believe these fields are going to shape the future.
Hey, I’m Raj, I’m studying mechanical engineering at York, and I’m interested in two things, fluid dynamics, and helping my fellow engineers!
Hello, my name is Sonam, I’m a civil engineering student with a lot of experience in construction. I’m looking to build my skills as a project coordinator!
Hi, my name is Melissa! I really like the idea of working to make the world a better place, which is why I’m a part of enginehire, and which is why I’m an environmental engineer.
So, what do you get out of it?
Your profile is featured to catch the eye of employers
Opportunities to interact with our growing network of engineers
The chance to help improve the lives of young engineers
hh
A letter of recommendation
A LinkedIn recommendation
Some cool enginehire swag
Are you wondering, “what do I actually do as a student ambassador”?
The purpose of a student ambassador is to help spread the word about enginehire!
That means helping other students understand what we do, why we do it, and why we care.
The primary means of doing that is by representing enginehire at your school’s career fairs and other career events. That means you get to be on the other side of the table (it’s a strange feeling, but exciting). If that sounds daunting, don’t worry about it, we’ll train you and make sure you know everything you need to know.
Ready to get started, or learn more?

enginehire – hiring re-engineered
1855 775 4473 | info@enginehire.ca
enginehire – hiring re-engineered
1855 775 4473 | info@enginehire.ca
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