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Stop Worrying and Start Living: Using Uncertainties to Discover Yourself

Volunteering

Take a deep breath. Look around you. Everyone has uncertainties! However, embracing your uncomfortable and uncertain situation is the first step to discovering yourself.  

By: Richard Han 5719 reads | 0 comments
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My Journey of Indigeneity (From a Non-Indigenous Perspective)

Graduate Studies

In this blog, I take you through my personal life story from immigrating to Canada, working and living in a rural First Nations community, to finding a sense of belonging and a second identity, which has forever changed the way I will view the world.

By: Richard Han 23672 reads | 0 comments
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My Co-op Experience at SAP

Research

My co-op terms have given me the ability to explore potential career choices and build invaluable work experience as well as helped me to craft my own career path. Read on to discover my co-op journey and why I highly recommend pursuing co-op with SAP. 

By: Subir Ranjan 13928 reads | 0 comments
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My Experience as a Web and Data Services Developer at Beedie School of Business

Applied Sciences

I have had previous experience working with web-based technologies, but mostly in the academic context. Working as a co-op student at the SFU Beedie School of Business, I had the opportunity to work in development, but to also work with business analysts and clients directly, to understand their requirements and implement them. In this post, I explain how this co-op exceeded my expectations.  

By: Amit Mandal 4327 reads | 0 comments
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An Infusion of Perspective - My Days At Oracle Labs, Vancouver

Co-op

Why working in the industry is really valuable to grad students - my six months at Oracle Labs, Vancouver.

By: Svetozar Miučin 6077 reads | 0 comments
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Treaty Negotiations with INAC

International Studies

If you’d asked me back when I first joined the Co-op program, I wouldn’t have predicted that I’d be working for Indigenous and North Affairs Canada (INAC).

By: Ryan Schmidt 2239 reads | 0 comments
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