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Why Volunteer on Campus at SFU?

Student Spotlight

Lindsay enjoys helping people achieve their goals and this experience has allowed her to follow and achieve her passion of improving services available to Indigenous students and potentially their overall academic success. Learn more about her experiences...

By: Lindsay Wainwright 17393 reads | 0 comments
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Mechatronics Co-op Student Profile: Armaghan Mogouei

Mechatronic Systems Engineering [SRY]

Mogouei shares with all women that are thinking of Mechatronic Systems Engineering as an ideal fit, because it allows you to explore various engineering disciplines and industry application. Armaghan Mogouei is following her dreams through her work with Ballard Power Systems.

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Mechatronics Co-op Profile: Brendon Sauer

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Fusing the world of Business and Mechatronics, Brendon Sauer has shown that MSE students really can have the bFusing the world of Business and Mechatronics, Brendon Sauer has shown that MSE students really can have the best of both worlds. Read more about his experience at Discover Energy.

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Mechatronics Co-op Student Profile: Spencer Steel

Mechatronics

Steele is a well-rounded individual who has no doubt that his strong mechanical aptitude derived from restoring classic cars and fabricating Drydock systems for his family company, MRX Marine, has helped him get his last two co-op jobs. He also believes that it is important for MSE students to get involved and have interests outside of lasses.

 

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Convocation Reflections: The Winding Road to Find Where You Were Meant to Be

Co-operative Education

Janine Roller looks back at her SFU co-op experience while speaking at her convocation. She shares how the path you take may not lead to where you expected to go, but it could end up somewhere better.

By: Janine Roller 8168 reads | 0 comments
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Student Profile: Ronil's Vancouver Canucks Co-op Experience

Communique

Ronil landed not one but two co-op placements with The Vancouver Canucks. He shares with us his success tips in landing the back-to-back contrast contract. 

By: Larissa Hildebrandt 7127 reads | 0 comments
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Stephanie Wong: 2012 Co-op Student of the Year

Co-operative Education

After founding YWiB SFU, and winning HSBC’s Young Women in Business Leadership Award, Stephanie Wong has now earned the title “Co-op Student of the Year” from both SFU and ACE BC/Yukon.

By: SFU Work Integrated Learning 8901 reads | 0 comments
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A Once-in-a-lifetime Experience in Ghana: Interning with Projects Abroad

Projects Abroad

In Summer 2010, Cici Chenliu, a Kinesiology student, went to Ghana with Projects Abroad for a month to work as an intern at a local hospital. Check out her life changing experience working in the ward and exploring the beautiful cities of Ghana.

By: Cici Chenliu 11162 reads | 0 comments
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Eleanor Li: 2012 SFU Co-op Student of the Year

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“Co-op is about the learning experience and not about earnings,” expresses Eleanor Li, one of two Co-operative Education students who earned the 2012 title ‘SFU Co-op Student of the Year’.

By: SFU Work Integrated Learning 5300 reads | 0 comments
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Don't Judge A Job By Its Cover

Advocacy

I was hesitant to accept a co-op position because I thought that the skills I would obtain would not at all be relevant to my career path. As it turns out, I learned that trying out things that do not appeal to you 100% at the beginning is often a risk worth taking. Here's my story.

By: Jennifer Miller 7199 reads | 0 comments
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