Research

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

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

In his position with the Canadian International Resources and Development Institute, Ayan has gained practical experience and exposure to negotiating the balance between sustainability and development.

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.

Viet’s Co-op experiences as a Research Assistant and Strategy Analyst helped him learn the technical skills that led him to his dream career as an Economist for the Brookfield Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.

The archival preservation techniques and database management tools that Aaron learned during his Co-op work term will be transferrable to other roles as he continues to pursue his passion of museum work.

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

During his Co-op experiences in rewarding public service roles, Christopher found his passion for working with public policy and library operations that propelled him into the management positions he currently holds.

Nicole is now able to professionally curate exhibitions and create digital writing content since completing her co-op term with the University of Victoria’s Special Collections and University Archives Department.

After completing her co-op term at the Bamfield Marine Science Centre library, Yvette has grown her skills in data management and collection development that will help her feel confident in future careers.