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The TalentEgg Widget: Where to find it and how to get your own

Over the past month, we’ve been working closely with career centres and student groups across Canada to integrate the TalentEgg widget – a customizable stream of the latest jobs on TalentEgg.ca – into their websites. This free resource helps career services staff and student group leaders connect their students and members with career hatching opportunities.

New internships, co-ops, summer jobs and entry level jobs are listed on TalentEgg.ca daily, so the widget ensures career-minded students and recent grads have access to the latest student and new grad jobs from hundreds of employers across Canada.

Today, we’re egg-cited to announce our latest partners including Trinity Western University, JDC Central at Dalhousie University, and SIFE Ryerson. Read on to see more recent widget adopters and to learn how your school can get involved!

 

A selection of schools and groups that have adopted the TalentEgg widget:

Click the links to see the widget in action on each group’s website.

Rotman Commerce Students’ Association, University of Toronto

Commerce Undergraduate Society, University of British Columbia

Arts Undergraduate Society, McGill University

JDC Central, Dalhousie University

Career Management Centre, Sprott School of Business, Carleton University

SIFE, Ryerson University

York Marketing Association (YMA), York University

DECA, University of Guelph-Humber

Career Services, Seneca College

GoStudy.ca, Recruit in Canada

Career Services, Brock University

Management & Economics Students’ Association, University of Toronto Scarborough

Ismaili Students’ Association, University of British Columbia

Want to get involved?

Email Hayley, our Content Manager, at hayley@talentegg.ca and she’ll help you integrate the TalentEgg widget into your own website. It’s easy and it’s free…so what are you waiting for?

Get cracking!

 

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Kate MacKenzie
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