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Worth It.

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Natasha shares why she found waiting for the ‘right’ co-op was worth it for her.  After a lot of determination and persistence she was able to land a job that was worth all the hard work and spent an amazing summer at Options. 

By: Natasha Jackson 2944 reads | 0 comments
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Student Success Story: Carmen van Soest

Indigenous Student Success Stories

"I hope to be someone that other Indigenous youth can look up to, and a person that others can count on in my everyday life. And hopefully I can get into Law school so I can help Indigenous peoples fight for their rights." 

By: Carmen van Soest 3390 reads | 0 comments
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Student Success Story: Kayla Mitchell

Arts and Social Sciences

"Just do it! If you get invested in your education you want to continue, and the rewards are extraordinary! Even when it is hard, you continue to do it. I’ve learned so much since starting, it’s phenomenal."

By: Kayla Mitchell 6679 reads | 0 comments
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Teaching English Abroad? Top 5 Tips for Success

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Adrian Quiroz is a fourth year student of French, Linguistics, and Speech Sciences at Simon Fraser University. He taught English in France for eight months and shares his tips for success.

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Clan wrestler collects BA on way to 2015 Pan Am Games

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Justina Di Stasio is an English student at SFU who also is a member of Canada’s national senior women’s wrestling team competing at the 2015 Pan Am games in Toronto.

By: Justin Wong 2463 reads | 0 comments
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How to Land a Co-op When You’ve Only Flipped Burgers

Co-op Reflections

…or only possess experience in an entry level position. Madison lists 5 helpful tips that she learned from the process of applying to co-op positions with little to no true professional experience.  While it’s definitely harder, what’s life without a little challenge?

By: Madison Edge 2891 reads | 0 comments
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