“One of the biggest misconceptions students have about traveling abroad is that it is too difficult,” says Daniela. “Traveling is much easier than you might expect.”
For Kyle Robertson, starting a career with Molson Coors meant tapping into his family roots.
Nadwa Elbardi is a 2013 CEMF Undergraduate Women In Engineering Scholarship recipient with valuable insight to offer.
I used to talk about diversity like it was my job and, for the first time, it actually was.
For most people, the ER is a place to be avoided. For McMaster nursing grad Kelly Vondervoort, it was exactly where she wanted to be.
Chiropractor Shaila Callaghan says she originally wanted to be a neurosurgeon but became interested in non-surgical and drug-free interventions.
SFU poli sci grad Adam Kingsmith spent a semester during the last year of his degree at Lund University in Sweden.
McMaster University grad Anupa Simon spent her third year of university in Japan.
My Masters= of Journalism program opened a secret side entrance into Toronto’s media intern opportunities.
Instead of searching for a summer job, Kinesiology student Khanh Be started her own art business.