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Advice from a Corporate Communications Guru

Co-operative Education

Starting a new co-op position can be stressful and overwhelming at first. Communication Co-op student, Christie Atkins, shares workplace transition advice from her mentor, Melissa Fast.

By: Christie Atkins 42 reads | 0 comments
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My Co-op Experience: Be Open to the Unfamiliar

YWCA Health + Fitness Centre

Are you having a hard time landing that ideal Co-op job? But, what is ideal? Explore Jeanie’s experience this summer at the YWCA Health + Fitness Centre.  She shares her experience about how a job description might not stand out at first, but can lead to a stand-out placement.

By: Jeanie Luu 34 reads | 0 comments
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How to Work, Study, and Volunteer at the Same Time

ENGAGE

If you're finding the prospect of working and volunteering while being a student daunting, don't fear! Hear from two SFU students leading busy yet productive lives.

By: Loren Catotal 44 reads | 0 comments
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Learning the Ropes at the BCTIA

BCTIA

There are some things I have known for a long time, such as what toppings I like on my pizza and which Backstreet Boy will always be my favourite. With that being said, I am still continuously learning new things through the different experiences I take on. 

By: Layla Clarkson 228 reads | 0 comments
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Strategic Volunteering: Lessons From a Mature Student

Professional Development

Averyl from SFU Public Square shares some insights from his experiences volunteering, and has created this list of tips to help you get the most out of your volunteer positions!

By: Averyl Bancroft 188 reads | 0 comments
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August Link Round Up

link round up

Every month we collect our favourite content from our site and around and web, and we collect it for you in one easy-to-read place! Check out our highlights from August.

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Volunteer Abroad with AIESEC

Professional Associations and Clubs

In her latest article, Kim gives an introduction to the international organization AIESEC. If you want to volunteer in places around the globe, read on to learn about getting involved with the AIESEC's SFU chapter!

By: Kim Huynh 142 reads | 0 comments
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SFU Club of the Week: UNICEF SFU

SFU Club of the Week

In this week's Club of the Week, Emily takes a look at UNICEF SFU, and interviews their current President, Katie Mai. Read more to learn about UNICEF's activities on campus!

By: Emily Co 308 reads | 0 comments
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My Co-op in China

China

Jacky is a fourth year Business Student who spent his co-op in Beijing China.  Read his interview to discover what his co-op abroad was like.  Jacky covers preparing for the work term, work life, and living abroad.

By: Jacky Zhang 163 reads | 0 comments
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My time at Destiny Reflection/Foundation

Health Sciences

Nicole Molinari is a Health Sciences BA student who shares her experience working in Kolkata, India, where she worked with Destiny Reflection/Foundation, an organization that works to empower survivors of human trafficking and at-risk women.

By: Nicole Molinari 123 reads | 0 comments
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Your Guide to this September's Indigenous Events

Indigenous

One of the great joys of the fall semester is that the university community spares no expense welcoming everyone to the start of the new school year. For those of you who are indigenous we’ve compiled a list of all the indigenous events happening on campus the first month of the new semester.

By: marent 94 reads | 0 comments
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Tsleil-Waututh Nation and the Sacred Trust Initiative [Part Four]: Implications

Series

In this fourth part of the series, the effects and implications of the Kinder Morgan expansion are explored from the TWN's perspective.

By: Christina Coolidge 89 reads | 0 comments
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Tsleil-Waututh Nation and the Sacred Trust Initiative [Part Three]: Kinder Morgan

Series

The third part of the series explores the interactions and legal proceedings between the TWN and Kinder Morgan.

By: Christina Coolidge 92 reads | 0 comments
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Tsleil-Waututh Nation and the Sacred Trust Initiative [Part Two]: Friends and Allies

Tsleil-Waututh Nation and the Sacred Trust Initiative

The second part of the series shares some perspectives from the Tsleil-Waututh Nation's Sacred Trust Initiatives allies.

By: Christina Coolidge 104 reads | 0 comments
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Tsleil-Waututh Nation and the Sacred Trust Initiative [Part One]: Timeline

Indigenous

The Tsleil-Waututh people of the Burrard Inlet, with the purpose of stopping the Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion, created the Sacred Trust Initiative (STI). This four part series explores their beginnings, goals and initiatives.

By: Christina Coolidge 108 reads | 0 comments
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Samples Required - 5 Tips for Showcasing your Work

Portfolios

As a first-time Co-op seeker with little real-world work experience, it can be daunting to read the words ‘work samples required’ in a job posting. Here are 5 useful tips for showcasing your work at your next interview.

By: Katya Pokrovskaya 709 reads | 0 comments
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SFU's First-Year-Experience Program: Something All First Years Should Join!

First Year Experience

Are you starting at SFU this fall? Know someone who is? Consider the many First Year programs that SFU has to offer!

By: Anju Chhokar 155 reads | 0 comments
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Working Abroad: Overcoming a Language Barrier in the Work Place

language barrier

Learning how to effectively communicate in a new work environment can be difficult enough, but add a language barrier and things get even more complicated. Here are Julia's top tips for overcoming language barriers in the workplace.

By: Julia Bronson 431 reads | 0 comments
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Indigenous Women the Keepers of Language [Part Four]: Language Revitalization

Series

Christina Coolidge is an Indigenous Program researcher with Career Services at SFU.  In this four-part series she shares how Indigenous women are the keepers of language and discusses various issues and topics around language in the Indigenous community.  This is the fourth post of the four part series.

By: Christina Coolidge 235 reads | 0 comments
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Coach Talks: Can I Have Your Number (For a Reference)?

Professional Development

Will your next volunteer organizer remember you? Our human nature is we lose some memories. But there are strategies to keep your references strong. This is an article on the importance of gathering references.

By: Stephen Kaita 361 reads | 0 comments
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