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Major in Psychology, Minor in Journalism and Society Where did Caitlin Work? Work Term 1: Transport Canada What did Caitlin Accomplish? Communications Assistant, Transport Canada Caitlin demonstrated remarkable accomplishments, such as designing various graphic and motion graphic materials for national and regional distribution and producing video interviews of senior management for distribution in the internal […]
Dual Degree with Sciences Po, Honours in Political Science and International Relations Where did Alicia Work? Work Term 1: Junior Trade Commissioner, Global Affairs Canada Work Term 2: Junior Trade Commissioner, Global Affairs Canada What did Alicia Accomplish? Junior Trade Commissioner, Global Affairs Canada In Alicia’s role as a Junior Trade Commissioner at Global Affairs […]
Major in Psychology Where did Gabrielle Work? Work Term: Volunteer Coordinator, Vancouver Fringe Festival What did Gabrielle Accomplish? Vancouver Fringe Festival In Gabrielle’s role as the Volunteer Coordinator at the Vancouver Fringe Festival, she skillfully managed recruitment, scheduling, and training for 380 volunteers over an 11-day festival. She fostered bonds between volunteers, ensured seamless communication, […]
MA Political Science Where did Michael Work? Work Term: Junior Policy Analyst, Treasury Board Secretariat – Regulatory Affairs Sector What did Michael Accomplish? Treasury Board Secretariat – Regulatory Affairs Sector As a Junior Policy Analyst at the Treasury Board Secretariat’s Regulatory Affairs Sector, Michael played a pivotal role in supporting senior policy analysts, crafting materials […]
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UBC Arts E-Co-op student Abul Bashar Rahman is cycling across his homeland of Bangladesh to produce a documentary about resilience in the face of climate crisis.