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Making the Most of the Co-op Experience: The Case for a Diversified Co-op Portfolio

Arts and Social Sciences

Ever wonder what type of factors you should take into consideration when seeking out Co-op placements? Mark reflects on his rewarding Co-op journey to make some recommendations on how to best take advantage of the Co-op program!

By: Mark Thompson 5003 reads | 0 comments
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International Co-op: An Interview with Erik Bainbridge

Trade

Erik Bainbridge, a Political Science student, shares his international experience doing four work terms in three different positions in China and Hong Kong. He worked as an English teacher in Shandong, an Event Manager at the Canadian Chamber of Commerce (CamChamHK) in Hong Kong, and a Trade Intern for the Consulate General of Canada in China.

By: Christy Liu 6794 reads | 0 comments
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Inclusion Illuminates Work Experience

Non-profit

Political Science student Nicole shares about her experience doing marketing communications work for Burnaby Association for Community Inclusion (BACI).

By: Nicole Doucette 3401 reads | 0 comments
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Public Affairs at the US Consulate

Co-op

This spring I spent a co-op term working as a Public Affairs Intern for the United States Consulate General Vancouver. Every day was different at the Consulate - read on to find out more!

By: Kamilah Charters-Gabinek 3249 reads | 0 comments
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Toren Barnes: Real Property Branch of Public Works and Government Services Canada

Co-op

Innovation and government might not be two words that one usually expects to find in the same sentence.

By: Toren Barnes 3144 reads | 0 comments
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