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Recruitment & Career Development: What Employers Want

Seeking Students

Having been involved in recruitment and on-boarding processes, discussions with managers and engineering recruitment teams, I share my experiences in recruitment and career development to give you insight into what employers are looking for. 

By: Paul Vu 14980 reads | 0 comments
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The Value of Growth: Sowing the Seeds for Future Success

Professional Development

Growth is about constantly challenging and stretching ourselves, both personally and professionally. Through co-op, I have had the opportunity to learn and grow from my peers and mentors, truly experiencing and understanding the value of growth in the process. 

By: Aakriti Arora 12227 reads | 0 comments
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Life as a Co-op Student at Sage

Software Systems

In this article, Software Systems student, Ligang shares about doing a co-op at Sage in an interview style post. 

By: Ligang Guo 4362 reads | 0 comments
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Communication: A Key Skill for an Engineer

Co-operative Education

Learn how communication is one of the most important skills to develop at work. 

By: (Joel) Hoi Pak Lun 4924 reads | 0 comments
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Janet
Xuan
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Jamal
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A Wonderful Experience at Broadcom

Broadcom

Senior Co-op student, Alex Lung shares his experience at Broadcom, where he spent two work terms in QA Test Platform Development.

By: Alex Lung 6230 reads | 0 comments
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Engineering with IBM: A World Without Borders

Co-operative Education

Computer Engineering student, Harpeet Basaron is currently on a 16-month co-op term with IBM. Read how her time in Toronto has allowed her to broaden her career horizons, as she left the province to set out on her own, overcoming new challenges and career experiences.

 

By: Harpreet Basraon 8501 reads | 0 comments
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