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.

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

Jiejun was able to gain experience and confidence in her place in the theatre world through her experiences with Arts Umbrella and Theatre Replacement.

Vanessa learned to multitask and remain flexible in her dynamic position with UBC International Student Initiative.

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).

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.

Maddy showed resilience in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic to adapt UBC CCEL’s plans to an online format.