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Monthly Archives: August 2011

Student Voice in Metro: Erin Hayes

This week, Acadia University accounting student Erin Hayes’ Student Voice story (originally published here May 10, 2011) was published in Metro across Canada. Want your Student Voice featured in Metro? Click here to share your own story.  

Student Voice in Metro: Raman Battu

This week, Ryerson University commerce graduate Raman Battu’s Student Voice story (originally published here June 23, 2011) was published in Metro across Canada. Want your Student Voice featured in Metro? Click here to share your own story.  

#101: Erin MacFarlane – A commerce degree should not be the top criteria for employment

“Companies need to expand the educational requirements for business-related jobs. Having a commerce degree should no longer be the top criteria for employment.” —Erin MacFarlane, Graduate, Humber College Employers should hire based on skills, not education. I completed my undergraduate degree in Political Studies at Queen’s University in April 2010. Like many students in aRead More »

#100: Radi Hindawi – Career centres should connect with employers most relevant to students

“What are they studying? Why are they in that program? What are they hoping to achieve in the future? Through such questions, universities and career centres can look to connect with the employers that are most relevant to students’ current needs.” —Radi Hindawi, Graduate, University of Toronto Finding a job is a tedious and tiresome task.Read More »

#99: Caitilin Doherty – Encourage students to specialize to stand out from the crowd

“With a more streamlined goal of where you want to work, you can strategically apply for jobs. Instead of blindly sending out hundreds of resumés, you can be selective and choose a career you’re actually going to enjoy.” —Caitilin Doherty, Graduate, Humber College In a world where undergraduate degrees are a dime a dozen andRead More »

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    Student Voice is an award-winning initiative to fight Gen Y under-employment by giving students and recent grads across Canada a platform to share your job hunting experiences, as well as your recommendations for employers.

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    In June 2012, Student Voice won the CACEE Excellence in Innovation Award in the Student Engagement category!

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