Communique

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Those 106 Unread Messages Aren't Going Anywhere

Working Students

Remember the flood of emails you ignored as a student? Well, turning a blind eye doesn't fly in the office place. Miranda shares useful tips on how to avoid being overwhelmed by reading and deleting!

By: Miranda Lindsay 11626 reads | 0 comments
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4 Tips to Balance Co-op and School

Communication, Art and Technology

We millennials aren't lazy! We actually want it all– good grades, a life and experience to get us job market ready. Although those things seem mutually exclusive, Aninditha shares tips on successfully juggling a part-time co-op and school.

By: Aninditha Kamaruddin 20147 reads | 0 comments
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Should You Do a Co-op Term with the Feds? (The Answer is Yes)

Communication, Art and Technology

Emily recounts her co-op term working with the Feds at Service Canada. 

By: Emily Edwards 11862 reads | 0 comments
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3 Reasons Why There's No Rush to Finish Your Degree

Co-op Reflections

Matthew enters his fourth year with a newfound perspective on graduation. His time working for SFU Career and Volunteer Services has taught him that when it comes to education, there should be no rush. Here, he shares his top 3 reasons why!

By: Matthew Furtado 18420 reads | 0 comments
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I Hated Networking, Until...

OLC Blog

For Pauline, an invitation to a networking event automatically elicits feelings of anxiety, triggers the sweat glands and generates one glaring thought, “no freakin’ way.” Read as she navigates her way through her networking anxieties.

By: Pauline Leoncio 21074 reads | 0 comments
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5 Signs You Should Work For A Non-Profit

Co-operative Education

Many students enter communications with the hopes of landing a glamorous, high-paying job. In this article, Celine makes a case for why you may want to consider a less glamorous, but highly rewarding career in the non-profit sector.

By: Celine Diaz 7946 reads | 0 comments
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Unlikely Co-op Candidate Switches From Landscaping to Technical Writing

Co-operative Education

Accumulating over 80 credits and completing three quarters of a degree usually rules out any potential opportunity for students to be selected for Co-op, unless you ask Mike Lazar how he beat the odds.

By: Mike Lazar 11743 reads | 0 comments
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Engaging the World After Co-op

Siem Reap

After graduation, Melissa took a different path than most. Taking SFU's message of engaging the worlkd quite literally, she quit her jobs to volunteer in Cambodia for six months to see where life would lead her.

By: Melissa Chungfat 11289 reads | 0 comments
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5 Career Moves You Need to Make Before You Graduate

career advice

You can’t cross the stage in four years and expect to receive a degree in one hand and a career in the other; succeeding in in the real world is going to take a heck of a lot more than that. Here are 5 essential moves to make before you graduate. 

 
By: Kelly Furey 8007 reads | 0 comments
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Event Planning 101: Beyond the Chaos

Personal Development

Behind the glitz and glamour of fancy events, are event planners frantically following their minute-to-minute schedule. In this article, Miranda shares some insight and advice for those entering the sometimes chaotic event planning field.

By: Miranda Lindsay 13363 reads | 0 comments
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