Biomedical Physiology and Kinesiology

Personal Information
Adrian
Fung
Member Type: 
SFU Co-op Student
[BLOG POSTING]

A Medical Internship in Mexico City [Part 3]: Babies, Mothers, and Hearts

Babies

Ian’s co-op position in the hospitals of Mexico City was a life-changing experience. Read about the nature of his work as an ECG/Medical Assistant, how he obtained such a position, and the cases that took him beyond anything he thought he would ever experience as an undergraduate student at SFU. This is part 3 of 3. Read part 1 and part 2 to find out how this all started.

By: Ian Ruiz-Romero 214 reads | 0 comments
[BLOG POSTING]

My Life Among Birkenstocks

Co-operative Education

Walking into my first day of work for my co-op term at The Right Shoe, all I expected was just another retail job. But upon arriving at work, I quickly realized how much more informative and applicable to my degree the experience would be. What I thought would be just another retail experience turned out to be one of the most interesting, informative and relevant experiences of my life.

By: Biomedical Footwear Assessor 227 reads | 0 comments
[BLOG POSTING]

A Medical Internship in Mexico City [Part 2]: Hospital Gineco-pediatria 3A

Medical

Ian’s co-op position in the hospitals of Mexico City was a life-changing experience. Read about the nature of his work as an ECG/Medical Assistant, how he obtained such a position, and the cases that took him beyond anything he thought he would ever experience as an undergraduate student at SFU.

By: Ian Ruiz-Romero 250 reads | 0 comments
[BLOG POSTING]

A Medical Internship in Mexico City [Part 1]: Arriving in Mexico

internship

Ian’s co-op position in the hospitals of Mexico City was a life-changing experience. Read about the nature of his work as an ECG/Medical Assistant, how he obtained such a position, and the cases that took him beyond anything he thought he would ever experience as an undergraduate student at SFU. This is part 1 of 3. 

By: Ian Ruiz-Romero 212 reads | 0 comments
[BLOG POSTING]

The Skills You Can’t Learn in Class

Co-op

I knew that co-op work terms would greatly enhance my education and I would gain skills and experience that I could never get from a classroom, but the type of knowledge that I am walking away with is not what I expected.  

By: Tessa Leyland 446 reads | 0 comments
Personal Information
Sarah
Dunn
Member Type: 
SFU Student
Personal Information
Iman
Baharmand
Member Type: 
SFU Student
[BLOG POSTING]

Connections, Connections, Connections: The Keys to Getting the Most Out of Your Co-op

Networking

For me, co-op is about learning what I can’t learn in school. After three co-op terms, I firmly believe everyone in your workplace can – and should – be viewed as a valuable resource. Each person has something to teach you – life skills, career tips, something – you just have to figure out what it is! 

By: Carlie Penner 898 reads | 0 comments
[BLOG POSTING]

What I Learned From Going Back to Kindergarten

Co-op Reflections

I spent a year working in a special needs kindergarten classroom and learned endless career and life skills to help me work towards my goal of becoming an Occupational Therapist.

By: Erin O’Neil 1206 reads | 0 comments
Syndicate content