For the past 8 months, I have worked at CircusWest Performing Arts Society as their Marketing Assistant. As the first person to take on this role, I learned a lot and showed my flexibility in adapating to constantly changing situations and ideas.

I was able to develop my skills in design, marketing, dealing with media, as well as general communciation skills. Working as a part of a very small team, I often took a lead on most of my projects coming to my colleagues for feedback rather than collaboration. This allowed me to hone my project management skills and develop into a confident employee. Though this was the case, the small team enviroment acted as a perfect place for me to grow.


Top Three Tips from “Talk the Walk”

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“Talk the Walk.” This medley of action and words represent what communication professionals do, so it was a perfect name for this strategic communication-focused SFU student event that I had the opportunity to attend.

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What does it take to win the Student Communicator of the Year Award?


In 2011, Marianna Adamian won the IABC/BC Student Communicator of the Year Award. Her successful communication plan focused on a series of presentations she gave as part of her co-op job. Since winning the SCOY award, Marianna has been presented with fantastic networking opportunities, volunteer positions, and prospective job placements.

By: Claire Woodbridge 6919 reads | 0 comments

Write for Communiqué!


Writing for Communiqué is an excellent way to gain published writing samples for your portfolio, share what you’ve learned through your co-op experience and contribute to our co-op program!

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