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Just Like Bunko: Learning Strengths

Life Experience

Just like Bunko, I was frustrated with the way things were going in my life. As an undergrad, I spent most of my time in school, group meetings and labs. But with disappointing grades, it appeared that the more I studied, the more likely I was to get a lower mark. My time spent on studying had an inverse relationship with the grade I would receive. I was undoubtedly very disappointed. My problems were not going away.

By: yatli 8318 reads | 0 comments
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Just Like Bunko: Following Guidance

Just Like Bunko

When I was younger, I did what everybody – parents, teachers, counsellors – told me to do. Like Johnny Bunko, I was trapped into doing something I didn’t want to do. I focused on the wrong courses and exerted my energy on things that did not inspire or motivate me.

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Dave's Diary: Career Advice From My Dad - Don't Be a Lawyer

Dave's Diary

While my dad and I get along really well, we don't talk a whole lot - besides the fact that we live in different cities, I'm pretty sure we share a dislike of small talk.  I think we share a lot in common actually, and understand each other quite well.  So, despite our infrequent chit chats, my dad's been a big influence on a lot of things in my life, not the least of which being my career development.

By: David Lindskoog 9068 reads | 0 comments
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Dave's Diary: Invisible Influences?

Dave's Diary

There were a lot of messages that I grew up with, whether it be from my parents, peers, or the all-encompassing influence of the media.  One of the ones that sticks with me most to this day, and I'm not sure where it comes from, has to do with self-sacrifice.

By: David Lindskoog 10217 reads | 0 comments
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Cultural Competence and Working Abroad

Communication Across Culture

Have you landed an International Co-op work-term and begun preparing for your semester abroad? Surely, you have done your research and are aware of the cultural differences and nuances between where you are going, and your home country? If you haven’t, have no fear! This article is meant to help you understand the basic tips and tricks to adjust to the cultural differences in your new workplace, making your transition much easier.

By: Gursahib Gill 160 reads | 0 comments
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Table for One Please!: Solo Travelling Abroad

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Have you ever considered travelling alone? Does it make your nervous? Well, you are not alone. There are many benefits to travelling alone and what better way to experience another country and culture than through a short-term International Co-op term? Read on to learn some tips & tricks when travelling alone.

By: Gursahib Gill 171 reads | 0 comments
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Top 5 Things I Learned Working With The Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Criminology (Police Studies) [SRY]

The transition from a normal part-time job to a full-time, career-defining position is not always easy. Read on to find out how Hayley faces her challenges as well as providing 5 valuable strategies to make the most of your co-op experience.

By: Hayley Patrus 363 reads | 0 comments
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Dear younger self: Never give away your power.

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Taking steps to prioritize your financial wellness can set you up for better overall wellness.

By: Lily Zhao 1032 reads | 0 comments
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Adventurous Vibes: Your Guide to an Incredible Study Experience in Canada

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Are you thinking of studying in Canada? Are you about to arrive or have recently landed? Make the most of your experience with these tips for studying abroad.

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Venturing into the Unknown: A Co-op Story in Eastern Canada

Life Balance

Venturing out into adulthood can be a challenging experience. At the same time, it can be very eye-opening. For Emily, completing a co-op term in Toronto was the perfect opportunity for independence and adventure. 

By: Emily Cheung 1469 reads | 0 comments
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