Co-op Reflections

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Road Trips with Treaty 8: Part 2 - Adventures

Series

Marilyn Brennan shares her experiences and adventures while working on a Co-op term for Treaty and Aboriginal Rights Research Department (TARR) at Fort St. John. In Part 2 - Adventures, Marilyn shares with us her first work-related road trip to Doig River First Nation.

By: Marilyn Brennan 3871 reads | 0 comments
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Road Trips with Treaty 8: Part 3 - Work Excitement

Co-operative Education

Marilyn Brennan shares her experiences and adventures while working on a Co-op term for Treaty and Aboriginal Rights Research Department (TARR) at Fort St. John. In Part 3 - Work Excitement, Marilyn plans the Aboriginal Day Celebrations and gets firsthand experience dealing with goverment policy.

By: Marilyn Brennan 4572 reads | 0 comments
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Road Trips with Treaty 8: Part 4 - Prince George or Bust

Co-op

Marilyn Brennan shares her experiences and adventures while working on a Co-op term for Treaty and Aboriginal Rights Research Department (TARR) at Fort St. John. In Part 4 - Marilyn reflects on her many unique cross-Canada travelling experiences during her Co-op work term.

By: Marilyn Brennan 5334 reads | 0 comments
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Taking a Risk Pays Off Internationally

Work Search

Working internationally can open new career doors, offer opportunities to travel, and even lead to a permanent position - just ask Safia Kassam, SFU Kinesiology Co-op student.

By: Safia Kassam 5468 reads | 0 comments
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Carlie's Adventures in Thailand

Co-op Reflections

She has traveled and worked in countries around the world.  Now, follow Carlie as she reflects on her experience teaching English in Thailand and as she begins her work term at CIBT School of Business and Technology in China.

By: Carlie Thauvette 4568 reads | 0 comments
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Try Before You Buy

Co-op Reflections

Many are aware of the multitude of benefits Co-operative Education has to offer. However, some fail to consider the less obvious but equally important advantages.  Co-op is a significant means of determining where you belong and where you fit in the world of work.

By: Carolyn Warner 5517 reads | 0 comments
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Carlie's Adventures in China

Carlie's International Adventures

Communication Co-op student Carlie Thauvette arrives in Weifang, China to start her fist week at CIBT. Read more about Carlie's experiences settling in and getting into the swing of things living and working in China.

By: Carlie Thauvette 4925 reads | 0 comments
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Carlie: Working and Playing in China

Communication, Art and Technology

One of the perks of working internationally is traveling internationally! 
Read more about Communication Co-op student Carlie Thauvette as she and some other Co-op students take a break from their work term at CIBT to travel to some of the cities outside of Weifang, China.

By: Carlie Thauvette 4388 reads | 0 comments
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Notes from Ghana: Warming Up

International

SFU Co-op student Neil Nunn may be the one grain of rice that can tip the scale toward improving the earth. His determination shines through both of his self-directed work terms: first with Nechako Reforestation in Prince George and most recently working in Ghana with a local community school.

By: Neil Nunn 5210 reads | 0 comments
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Improving the Earth: Part Two

International Co-op

Neil Nunn, a third year Geography student specializing in environmental studies is passionate about environmental, developmental and social justice issues. In this article, the second of a series, Neil discusses the issue of deforestation and shares his co-op adventures at a community school in Ghana.

By: Neil Nunn 5139 reads | 0 comments
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