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Embassies and Consulates: An Interview with Alexander King

Professional Development

Landing an internship at an embassy is a dream come true for students interested international diplomacy, trade, and development. In a three-part series we caught up with former SFU students who interned at Canadian Embassies abroad.

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Canadian Embassies and Consulates: An Interview with Joseph Paguio

Professional Development

Landing an internship at an embassy is a dream come true for students interested international diplomacy, trade, and development. In a three-part series we caught up with former SFU students who interned at Canadian Embassies abroad.

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The Road Less Traveled: Taking a Chance in Co-op

Co-operative Education

With co-op, are we better off sticking to our field of study, or should we take a chance at something entirely different? In this article, Rachel reflects on her work term with the RCMP, what she learned about the industry as well as herself in a field that she would have never considered if it wasn’t for co-op.

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Why Apply to Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada

Arts and Social Sciences

It is a very exciting time to get involved with Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC)! Taylor shares her experience working at INAC's Yukon regional office and how she gained valuable skills while learning about Yukon First Nations, government and life in the North. 

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@SFUVan Profile: Samaah Jaffer

Arts and Social Sciences

Meet Samaah Jaffer, an Arts Co-op student who has worked at the US Consulate and SFU's Vancity Office of Community Engagement. 

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Bruce
Liu
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SFU Co-op Student
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Beyond the BC bubble: My co-op term in Burma (Myanmar)

Communication

In a country filled with monks, crazy drivers, and frequent power outages, things were different living in Burma. After four months, it started to feel a bit like home. Here’s a glimpse into my unique experience as a political intern for the Embassy of Canada to Burma (Myanmar). 

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Lauren
Wain
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SFU Student
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Therese
Leung
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SFU Student
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It’s All Related

Parks Canada

Elinor worked in the External Relations Department of Parks Canada and explains how this was the right choice for her as an International Studies student. 

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