Montreal's Palais Des Congrès Is Hosting A FREE "Work Abroad" Job Fair

Work, volunteer, study, travel and teach anywhere in the world.
Montreal's Palais Des Congrès Is Hosting A FREE "Work Abroad" Job Fair

Having a job is great, but it can really cut into your vacation and travel time. But travelling is expensive, so you need a job to get money (sounds... logical).  If only there was a way to work and travel at the same time. Well as it turns out, there are a ton of job opportunities for people who want to work abroad and Montreal is hosting a special job fair expo to help you get all the info you need. .

The Go Global Expo takes place on September 26 at Palais Des Congrès and it's the perfect place to learn everything you need to know about working, studying, exploring, volunteering and teaching in over 100 different countries. You'll be able to access a world of opportunity all in one convenient place. Meet with experts and get all your questions answered. Check out the photography exhibits and discover the different programs that are available.

Exhibits include:

  • Travel Services
  • Universities offering undergraduate and graduate programs
  • Study exchange programs
  • International professional certificate programs
  • International education programs
  • Teach English overseas
  • Student and youth work abroad programs
  • Work and internship abroad providers
  • Overseas volunteer programs
  • Non-profit and humanitarian organizations
  • Placements for professionals
  • Options for families, including volunteer projects

Check out the Let's Go Global's website for more information.

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