History

Rishabh’s experience at UGM taught him how success can be achieved in the professional world through different skills including data management, event planning, and teamwork.

Through her co-op experiences at Dillon Consulting and Global Consulting Group Inc., she has gained connections and experiences, securing a job prior to graduating.

Julia’s Co-op experience has been very rewarding as she has had the opportunity to explore many industries on a local, national and international scale, from non-profit to government. Julia worked at the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation, Communication Canada, and Foreign Affairs Canada during her time in Co-op.

Through co-op, Lacey discovered a passion for Communications. The practical, hands-on work experience she gained through Arts Co-op led to her present position as Communications Coordinator for the Delta Hospital Foundation.

Through his “eye-opening” work term at Ericsson, he has gained an important new outlook on both the obvious and more subtle differences between school and work.

Tsui’s work experience as a Gallery Interpreter Information Coordinator at the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology (Drumheller, Alberta) was one of her most “gratifying, enriching, and enjoyable experiences in [her] life.”

Alice credits Arts Co-op for “the opportunity to see how Canadian history directly impacts government policy and legislation in the 21st century” and the value of studying History.