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Monthly Archives: November 2012

#147: May Yu – Make sure the west coast is represented to east coast recruiters

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“For business students attending school on the west coast who are looking for careers in eastern Canada, it will be more of a challenge as not all prospective companies actively recruit on the west coast.” —May Yu, Graduate, Simon Fraser University At the end of my five years at Simon Fraser University (SFU) Business, I received a BachelorRead More »

#146: Eric Bodourian – Employers, take a chance on new graduates

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“Allow us access to the experience and resources we need to start our careers.” —Eric Bodourian, Student, Brock University I have had such little luck looking for work. I originally graduated with a three-year diploma in Chemical Engineering Technology in 2008, but I was unable to find a position. Then I then decided to return to school againRead More »

#145: Harmanmeet Garg – I’m qualified but still struggling to get a good job

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“Choose what you study according to your interests and study hard.” —Harmanmeet Garg, Graduate, Humber College I came to Canada as an international student and studied Computer Networking at Humber College in Toronto. Then I moved to Winnipeg to settle and get permanent residency because it’s easier to get permanent residency in Manitoba than in Ontario. When I graduated,Read More »

#144: Kelly Bowman – A message for liberal arts students: develop practical skills too

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“Resilience and resourcefulness are some of the best tools you can have.” —Kelly Bowman, Graduate, Western University Dear liberal arts graduate, There are some things they forgot to tell you at convocation. For many of you, there will be a gap between now and the beginning of your career. Most of the advice given to you thatRead More »

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