Applied Sciences

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The 3-Minute Co-op Competition: Day Two

Engineering

On October 7th and 8th WIL hosted SFU's first Three Minute Co-op Competition. 31 students presented on their Co-op experience, competing for cash prizes. Read a recap of the final 15 presenters.

By: Elizabeth Moffat 21131 reads | 0 comments
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Diversify Yourself While You Can

RAMP

Scott completed five Co-op work terms as part of his Engineering education. Read how he bounced between fields and reccomends that you do the same.

By: Scott Greene 14165 reads | 0 comments
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Working at Teradici

Technology & Innovation

Engineering student Pevisha Joshi was excited about the opportunities Co-op could hold for her, but as she soon learned, with opportunity comes a lot of hard work.With a great employer however, your work can be highly rewarded.

By: Pevisha Joshi 10789 reads | 0 comments
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Confidence Through Co-op

Engineering

Software Engineering Co-op student Alex Moore writes about his final Co-op experience before graduation, and the importance of lifelong learning.

By: Alex Moore 6118 reads | 0 comments
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Shocking Developments with Exoskeletons

Professional Development

Engineering Science Co-op student, Brian Lew shares his electrifying experience at MENVRA lab where he works on FES-exoskeletal systems. It's no Ironman, but it's pretty cool nonetheless.

By: Brian Lew 7860 reads | 0 comments
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Manufacturing with a Huge Multicultural “Family” Company

Co-operative Education

Brendon shares his Co-op experiences as an Engineering student. He had the opportunity to first work for small, local companies, before branching out in his third Co-op term, working for Creation Technologies, a multinational manufacturing company.

By: Brendon Mar 6405 reads | 0 comments
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