India

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Ode to the City of Joy: Arrival in Kolkata, India

International

Kali Penney had three missions when she left on her volunteer co-op to India; to survive living in a developing country for 3 months, to learn about major health issues in Kolkata, India, and to complete work that will have a continuing impact long after she has left the country. In her first article, Kali recounts her arrival in India and introduction to the local culture.

By: Kali Penney 6255 reads | 0 comments
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Sheena Takes On the Mumbai Marketing Scene

International Co-op

In her third year as a Communication major, Sheena Rupani returns home to Mumbai, India and proves that an SFU student has what it takes to compete on the international marketing scene. In a setting where high stakes rely on time management and clear cross-cultural communication, this international co-op celebrity takes self-directed study to the next level.

By: Adam Brayford 6105 reads | 0 comments
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Travel to India and Beyond: Working for Tata

Co-operative Education

Tata, one of India’s largest business conglomerates, is looking to Canada for international interns. Does an international internship with a company established with 98 operating companies in seven business sectors interest you? Read on to find out more about Tata.

By: coopcom 19688 reads | 0 comments
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On Assignment in India

India

On a special assignment for the university, SFU Volunteer & Service Learning Coordinator Trina Isakson visited community leaders in and near Barhampur village, in Punjab province of India. Her mission: to establish an ongoing opportunity for SFU students to work and volunteer in the culturally vibrant region.

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From foreigner to family: My Co-op term in India

Co-operative Education

Matt learned the true meaning of an international experience while working in India with SAP Business Objects. The OLC sat down with Matt upon his return to discover how he went from being an unknown foreigner to part of Indias big family during his short stay there.

By: Kelsey Newsham 7740 reads | 0 comments
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