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Transport Canada: Conquering Communication in the Public Sector

Government Jobs

Working for the Public Sector was always a goal of mine, yet when I was offered a position as the Communications Assistant at Transport Canada, I realized the topic of transportation was completely foreign to me.

By: Lynn Shinto 688 reads | 0 comments
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Ten Future Jobs in the Year 2030

Work Search

Ever wonder what kind of jobs will be available in the year 2030? Read on to discover 10 jobs that will be created based on changing technology, the environment and increase of the senior population.  

By: Nicole Strutt 1529 reads | 0 comments
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A Health Peer Educator’s Journey

Volunteering

Angelina shares why she became a Health Peer and what benefits she was able to gain from the program, as well as what she was able to give back to the unversity community! Peer Education applications close April 7th!

By: Angelina Marinkovic 687 reads | 0 comments
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Future In-Demand Labour Markets

career options

While the current job market outlook may look grim, don’t despair. There are many possibilities in the future of these existing labour markets. Read on to find out what they are. 

By: Abbas Virji 718 reads | 0 comments
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My Experience as a Learning & Writing Peer Educator

Volunteering

Rianne shares what she gained from being a Learning & Writing Peer Educator. Interested in having similar experiences? Apply to the Peer Education Program by April 7th.

By: Rianne Brown 670 reads | 9 comments
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Backpack to Briefcase 2014

Workplace Transition

Missed Backpack to Briefcase this year? Find out the advice given by SFU alumni.

By: Leah Harrison 1387 reads | 0 comments
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Help Get SFU Moving: Volunteer With SFU Recreation!

Fitness Assistant

Are you passionate about fitness? Do you want to help students achieve their health goals? Consider volunteering with SFU Recreation! 

By: Cadence Sun 611 reads | 0 comments
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Twitter Tuesday #OLCchat: Summer Opportunities

Twitter Tuesdays

The final OLC Career chat of the Spring semester looks ahead to the summer months and how you can use your summer months to boost your income and your career prospects.

By: Elizabeth Moffat 679 reads | 0 comments
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Should You Stay or Should You Go? 8 Gifs to Help You Decide!

Work Abroad

With so many opportunities in different fields, cities and countries, how do you possibly decide whether or not to complete a co-op term close to home, or to go abroad, and test-drive a new career in a new locale?

By: Samantha Grandinetti 1187 reads | 0 comments
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An Opportunity With Science World!

Lindsay Stroud

Did you love taking field trips to Science World? Why not continue the fun by volunteering to be a part of one of the most well-known educational attractions Vancouver has to offer?

By: Lindsay Stroud 424 reads | 0 comments
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Tips to Succeed at a Career Fair From an Employer's Perspective

CSI Blog

Ever wondered what organizations look for from students and recent graduates at a career fair? Check out what tips Scotia Bank, Clio, Sun Life Financial, City of Richmond, MyPlanet and Public Outreach have for students to succeed at a career fair.  

By: Nicole Strutt 1354 reads | 0 comments
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“If it doesn’t exist on the Internet …” -The importance of using social media

Jack Zhou

Jack covers the rise of social media for the use of networking and the importance of maintaing a solid presence on the web.

By: Jack Zhou 577 reads | 0 comments
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Six Key Tips for Creating Connections at Career Fairs

Career Fair

Career fairs are no doubt stressful experiences for a range of people, but there are ways to ease the stress. If you want to create meaningful connections with organizations at the fair (with less stress), keep on reading to discover some useful tips.                           

By: Abbas Virji 807 reads | 0 comments
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How To Be A G.R.E.A.T. Volunteer!

Volunteering

Kim shares five attributes that all volunteers should have in order to be considered G.R.E.A.T.! Make sure to implement these next time you get involved!

By: Kim Huynh 445 reads | 0 comments
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Christiane’s Working Adventure in Bolivia! February: Arrivals and Carnaval Times

Bolivia

In the winter of 2013, SFU Geography student Christiane Pulluau trekked to La Paz, Bolivia to work with a CED (Community Economic Development) group. She shared her diary entries with us, and part one is featured here.

By: Christiane Palluau 665 reads | 0 comments
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Christiane's Working Adventure in Bolivia! February: A Little Bird Told Me…

Co-op Reflections

In the winder of 2013, SFU Geography student Christiane Pulluau trekked to La Paz, Bolivia to work with a CED (Community Economic Development) group. She shared her diary entries with us, this is part two of her adventure.

By: Christiane Palluau 470 reads | 0 comments
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Christiane's Working Adventure in Bolivia! March: Arts and Culture

Christiane's Working Adventure in Bolivia

In the winter of 2013, SFU Geography student Christiane Pulluau trekked to La Paz, Bolivia to work with a CED (Community Economic Development) group. She shared her diary entries with us, and we present the third insallment: Arts and Culture in March.

By: Christiane Palluau 470 reads | 0 comments
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Christiane's Working Adventure in Bolivia! Spring: Those Little Places

Destinations

In the winter of 2013, SFU Geography student Christiane Pulluau trekked to La Paz, Bolivia to work with a CED (Community Economic Development) group. In her final installment she shares some of her favourite places.

By: Christiane Palluau 783 reads | 0 comments
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March 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 March.

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Student Profile: Biology Student Yuka Obayashi

International Co-op

Biology Co-op student Yuka Obayashi returned from her self-directed International Co-op at the Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium in the Kunigami District of Okinawa, Japan with a new-found appreciation for marine wildlife.

By: Ranita Lau 1640 reads | 0 comments
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