TalentEgg talked to Cashlyn Teggar, a fourth year journalism student at Ryerson University who works in the student housing office, about some tips and tricks for making the most of your res experience.
Students are too often limiting themselves to a specific industry and not looking out for the multitude of opportunities available in other industries that are still suited to their training. Think outside the industry box.
Canada’s own Phil Pallen, a recent UWO grad, placed in the top 50 for Charlie Sheen’s Tiger Blood Internship. Phil has decided to put his social media expertise to the test as an intern in Hollywood for a media giant instead of waiting for the results.
The majority of people working in Canada’s digital media industry are young, well-educated and very satisfied with their work: These were the findings of the first annual Pixel to Product research study, a report on Canada’s digital media economy released in May.
A new study from OfficeTeam shows that Mom and Dad are not welcome in the workplace. So before your mom hands in your resumé or your dad contacts your potential future boss to ask how your interview went, think twice about how involved your parents are getting in a career that’s supposed to be yours.