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ENSOC Invitation


05 February 2016


This is an invitation to participate in the ENSOC (Engineering Society of Canterbury University) Engineering Expo. Fonterra is sponsoring the event in 2016. The popularity and value of the event is constantly increasing, and student turnout and appreciation is always very high.


ENSOC is the largest student society in New Zealand with over 2000 members. The Expo is one of the highlights in the University’s year with value for both members of the College, ENSOC student members and industry members. Students are given the opportunity to gather ideas and insights to make informed decisions about their engineering careers. Undergraduate engineers gain assistance with choosing their career and study paths, while final year students are provided with a range of recruitment possibilities.


You are invited to set up a stand to promote your company to current students of all levels. The Expo day can also be used to attract and recruit next year’s graduates to your company. Stalls are positioned in the Undercroft located in the ground floor of James Hight Library. This gives you a unique opportunity to communicate with students in a relaxed environment. Likely topics include information on your company’s products and services, the kind of people your company employs and recruitment opportunities. We welcome employers from a range of disciplines to come along meet our students.


The date for the Expo is set for Tuesday the 19th July, with the event running between 10am and 4pm. Due to the event being a student initiative, a payment of $500 (incl gst) towards expenses is required to secure your position. Food and refreshments will follow the day’s activities and car parking is available.
CONFIRMATION OF ATTENDANCE IS REQUIRED BY MONDAY 20th JUNE
If you are interested in attending or have any questions please feel free to contact me.

Cameron Brewster
ENSOC Industry Representative
027 711 7418
industry@ensoc.com

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