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Monthly Archives: November 2011

Student Voice in Metro: Naomi Elmaleh

This week, York University communications studies graduate Naomi Elmaleh’s Student Voice story (originally published here Nov. 23, 2011) was published in Metro across Canada. Want your Student Voice featured in Metro? Click here to share your own story.

#115: Naomi Elmaleh – Employers should be more open-minded

“Employers should be more open-minded. A lot of job postings require years of work experience. But when you are a recent graduate looking for a job, this qualification seems very daunting. You will be surprised to find how many capable, dedicated, and enthusiastic applicants would be a great fit for the job!” —Naomi Elmaleh, Graduate, YorkRead More »

#114: Asad Chishti – Hire based on involvement, not just grades

“Look past the grades and the degrees. Students should be hired based on their ability to learn, not based on what they’ve already learned. Watch out for the students who are already taking on different roles and establishing relationships.” —Asad Chishti, Student, Queen’s University The more I want something, the less I call it work. There is,Read More »

Career Centre Voice: Simon Fraser University Career Services

“Promote your industry and your organization to the many students who are still undecided and undeclared. Students are an investment in the future.” — David Lindskoog, Career Services, Simon Fraser University At SFU Career Services, we’re all about reflection and action! We help students and recent alumni (up to 2 years after graduation) prepare for theirRead More »

Student Voice in Metro: Vered Ben

This week, York University kinesiology and business student Vered Ben’s Student Voice story (originally published here Oct. 28, 2011) was published in Metro across Canada. Want your Student Voice featured in Metro? Click here to share your own story.  

#113: Aysha Khaliq – Give hard-working new grads a chance to prove themselves

“I feel many employers are hesitant to give any chance to first timers. Employers: please consider them! They are often more hardworking, motivated and focused than experienced ones.” —Aysha Khaliq, Graduate, Cape Breton University I moved to Nova Scotia to attend school full-time. Cape Breton University (CBU) has an awesome business school where I didn’t only study andRead More »

#112: Jessica Tobianah – Focus on grades, experience and networking

“I think employers should understand that students have a lot of pressure: to do well in school, to get involved in extra-curricular activities and to work for impressive companies in our summers off.” —Jessica Tobianah, Student, University of Toronto When I started applying to universities, I was not really sure which direction I wanted toRead 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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