I recently graduated from UBC as of May 2012 and I had the fortune of doing an internship in Davao City, Philippines during the summer of 2012. I volunteered for a community health development project where I was immersed in a low income ‘barangay’ (village) and organized a medical mission, family planning events, and feedingRead More »
“We get a little knowledge in us and we suddenly think we don’t think we have to start at the bottom.” —Susan Ranni, Graduate, Nova Scotia Community College My rant/beef/whatever you want to call it – about you…we…us: the post-secondary, post-student, career-looking individual- is we think too damn highly of ourselves. Not enough words toRead More »
“Employers and schools need to look at the whole package; sometimes the most important aspects cannot be expressed on paper.” —Stephanie Wetmore, Graduate, Georgetown University and UCLA I am a 24-year-old athlete with three major transitions that have led me to where I am today. My first transition was from high school to university. At 17Read More »
Each week, TalentEgg chooses one Student Voice submission to be published in Metro newspapers across Canada. This week, University of Toronto at Scarborough and Humber College grad Heather Bellingham’s Student Voice story (originally published here May 16, 2011) was published. Want your Student Voice featured in Metro? Click here to share your own story.
Wilfrid Laurier University business administration grad Amira Dhalla‘s Student Voice story (originally published here Mar. 23, 2011) was featured in Metro across Canada today. Amira discovered that she loved working for start-ups after completing an internship with a small company. Today, she’s the Community Manager at another small company: My City Lives, which is aRead More »
Today Acadia University student Kate MacKenzie’s Student Voice story (originally published here Mar. 21, 2011) appeared in Metro newspapers across Canada. Not only did her big-city ideas land her a summer internship, but they also landed her in a national newspaper, hopefully further raising the profile of Wolfville, N.S., Acadia University, and its students. Congrats,Read More »