Here are some reasons we think you should participate in the HRSA events:

  • Networking. One of the most important tools of any person is their network. HRSA events grant you these exclusive opportunities; to network, not only with other students, but alumni, faculty, recruiters, top executives and CEOs as well.

  • Learn something new. The events give you a fun break from class to learn from experts in the HR field, and about industry trends.

  • Differentiation. It’ll be something you can add to your resume that will give you an edge over most people. Take it from us; employers love to see student involvement!

  • Career Possibilities. Being able to meet with and speak to HR professionals and industry experts gives you the opportunity to shine. You might be exactly what they’re looking for at their company, but they won’t know that if you’re not there to impress them!

  • No pressure! And hey, if those points don’t impress you, you can always just come for the awesome food and a safe environment in which you can observe how HR and business professionals interact and hear what they have to say.


HRSA Meet & Greet

The Human Resources Student Association (HRSA) team is inviting you to their annual meet and greet! Come join us at our Meet & Greet where you will get to connect with the HRSA team and learn more about our upcoming events.
Free food and refreshments will be provided for all!
It’s the perfect opportunity to kick off the school year by connecting with fellow students, meet the team and learn more about upcoming events and ways to get involved for the 2019-2020 year!

September 23rd 2019, 1:00-3:00pm

Personal Branding with RSI

The Personal Branding Workshop allows Ryerson students to learn valuable tips and tricks to improve their professional image. Human Resource Student Association (HRSA) and Ryerson Sales Initiative (RSI) have worked collaboration to bring experts from LinkedIn to provide an engaging and informative lesson to help students create the best possible Linked In profiles. With the skills learned from the workshop young Ryerson professionals will be able to create even more connections and have a more professional personal brand. The Linked In workshop will be followed by a recruiting panel with talent from various agencies to be announced. At the end of the evening there will be an open networking session

October 2nd 2019, 6:00-9:00pm at the Miami ad school


This event is aimed at providing students interested in the CHRP/HRPA with the opportunity to learn more about these titles, as well as the requirements necessary for obtaining their CHRP.
Representatives from the HRPA will be present to discuss the benefits of becoming a certified HRPA member. Also, students will have the opportunity to network and ask questions!

November 12th 2019, 6:00-8:00pm

TRSM Career Fair

The TRSM Career Fair is a Job/Learning Fair event, giving students from all majors the opportunity to network with industry professionals and learn about the many different designations and professional associations within human resources. Students will be able to expand their knowledge regarding various career options while aligning their postsecondary education with career goals.

The evening will include prizes, as well as appetizers and refreshments! We also encourage students to bring their resumes and dress business casual!

November 21st 2019, 6:00-8:00pm

Internal Case Competition

This event provides participants with a workshop where they will learn how to develop their professional skills including but not limited to, networking, communication, presentation, critical thinking, and professional presentations. Attendees will also develop and refine their key case cutting skills, and then apply them in the case competition.



Human Resources Industry Conference/ OBCC

The Organizational Behaviour Case Competition (OBCC) is the largest conference of its kind as well as the largest gathering of aspiring HR and OB professionals across Canada. OBCC has been recognized as the Best Case Competition of the Year – Ted Rogers Student Society (Formerly known as as the Ryerson Commerce Society) for multiple years, and recently awarded Best Academic Event of 2016.

The OBCC provides an opportunity for students to represent their university in an enriching academic experience. They are provided with knowledge and workshops to improve their case analysis and presentation skills. Delegates are given all the necessary information to allow them the opportunity to succeed in applying the knowledge and skills acquired from the classroom into the case study.

january 17th - 18th 2020

Rock the Mock

This event gives participants who have not had the opportunity to have a proper interview etiquette to learn the do’s and don’ts in an interview. 

Additionally, students who have taken the “Recruitment and Selection” course can apply their knowledge and interview skills to other Ryerson students.

January 25th 2020, 11:00-3:00pm

Disrupt my Career

March 4th 2020, 6:00-7:30pm

Alumni Night

Alumni Night is an event that brings students, alumni, professors, and industry professionals for a night filled with networking, seated dinner, and keynote speeches that focus on HR related topics.