During his co-op term at Kaatza Station Museum and Archives, Henry made significant strides in highlighting the history and culture of Indigenous peoples through archiving a 300-box collection of records from the International Woodworkers Association of Canada (IWA).

Utkarsh is our 2020 Honourable Mention Undergraduate Arts Co-op Student of the Year. His term as Workday Learning Rover at UBC Integrated Renewal Program solidified his interest in a career in technology and project management.

Elizabeth is our 2019/20 Honourable Mention iSchool MLIS Co-op Student of the Year. She made a lasting impact at UBC Woodward Library, where she served as a dedicated liaison librarian to multiple faculties, provided reference assistance, and instructed students both in-person and online.

Grace is our 2019/20 iSchool MLIS Co-op Student of the Year. As Library Technician at Royal BC Museum, Grace designed and single-handedly managed the Archives Library Barcoding Project, which has earned the admiration of library and information professionals across province.


Devon is our 2019/20 Honourable Mention iSchool MAS Co-op Student of the Year. As Data and Document Management Intern at Cornerstone Planning Group, Devon was able to apply the knowledge she gained in class towards creating a corporate archive to store the firm’s project files.

Arika is our 2019/20 iSchool MAS Co-op Student of the Year, recognized for her work term with the City of Abbotsford, where her contributions to the City Electronic Document Archival and Retrieval system (CEDAR) have made a meaningful impact.

With her outstanding achievements at Dixon Transition Society, Vanessa was honoured as the 2020 Undergraduate Arts Co-op of Student of the Year.

As a Digital Content Writer, Emily produced articles that helps newcomers access information and assistance when transitioning to Canada.

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.