In his role as a Client Services and Research Librarian, Agyekum transferred classroom theories into real world models through numerous projects. His experience in co-op set him on the right path to success after graduation.

Gavin’s experience as an Analyst for the Privy Council Office deepened his understanding of the machinations and internal dynamics of government.

Schyler’s experience with Environment and Climate Change Canada proved pivotal in shaping her career in the Federal Service.

In her role as a Research Assistant, Deborah was able to gain first-hand experience with the public sector by applying her academic knowledge.

At the National Research Council (NRC), Naeemah was not only able to gain HR experience, but also assisted with projects related to Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI).

As a Business Programs Assistant, Prerna was able to expand upon her classroom learnings in Economics and International Relations at the workplace.

As a Junior Human Resources Advisor, Fatima utilized her background in Psychology to promote government-related employment opportunities and assist with the process of hiring students for federal government departments.

For her exceptional contributions to the BC Ministry of Jobs, Trade and Technology, Bashara was honoured as the 2019 University Co-op Student of the Year by the Association for Co-operative Education and Work-Integrated Learning in BC/Yukon.

As a Policy Consultant at Vancouver Coastal Heath, Sanmini had the opportunity to grapple with the complexities of policy-making in the health sector.

In her work term with the City of Richmond, Talia gained new research skills and developed a deeper understanding of research design.