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The Unexpected Co-op Position in the Computer Mining Industry

Software Systems [SRY]

Christopher didn't expect to ever find work for a mining company, but that's exactly where his Co-op journey led him. As a software systems student, he imagined working for IBM or Microsoft, but instead a work term with Geovia turned out to be a career changing experience.

By: Christopher Kwong 12732 reads | 0 comments
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Anudeep's Life Changing Co-op Experience

Engineering

Anudeep Chohan reflects back on his Co-op experience after completing four Engineering Co-op terms. After completing work terms on and off campus he shares how Co-op shaped his career, and himself.

By: Anudeep Chohan 12992 reads | 0 comments
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A Co-op with Husky Energy

Technology & Innovation

Lyndon spent 16 months in Lloynminster Saskatchewan for his Co-op with Huskey Energy. Learn how the experience exceeded all of his expectations and how he learned new skills he never anticipated.

By: Lyndon Fernandes 36641 reads | 0 comments
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Maximising Your Learning Experience

Engineering

Co-op is a pleasant and exciting experience that takes you through a roller coaster of challenges faced by the Engineers. Gursher Sidhu successfully completed four work terms in several fields which broadened his perspective of the vast horizon of Engineering.

By: Gursher Sidhu 30946 reads | 0 comments
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Ritik's Japanese Co-op Adventure

International Co-op

Ritik had a pretty amazing time in Japan while on his International Co-op term with BOSCH. The projects he worked on may have been classifed, but the fun he had sure wasn't, and he's here to share it with you.

By: Ritik Looned 19647 reads | 0 comments
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Working at Intel: Embedded Systems Engineer

Engineering

I applied for Intel which is the world’s largest and highest valued multinational semiconductor chip maker.  I thought that through this experience I could not only hone my communication skills in a team, but also gain the necessary skills to prepare for my future career as a design engineer. 

By: Vincent Wong 18535 reads | 0 comments
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