January 2021

Contributing to the health and safety of Canadians during uncertain times

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Noah Franco, 2nd year Science and Business student at the University of Waterloo.

Building confidence in pharmacies and hospitals

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Navreet, a 4th year pharmacy student at the University of Waterloo shares her venture in the healthcare system. 

Nav started off her first co-op term as a Pharmacy student at Rexall Pharmacy in Mississauga. Her role varied from dispensing and filling medication to counselling and doing medication reviews with patients. 

Connecting with nature and exploring new cities through co-op

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Sam Bycraft, a 4B Geography and Environment Management student enjoyed her co-op term while being outdoors!

Online tutoring + first-year co-op = rewarding experience

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Natalia Manturowicz, a 2B Pure Mathematics and Teaching student talks about her first co-op journey where she had the chance to work remotely for Centennial College as a math tutor. 

A passion for Political Science in the workforce

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Matthew Olsen, a 3B Honours Arts and Business student majoring in political science, specializing in global governance and minoring in public policy and administration talks about his passion towards political science during his co-op. 

Mentorship and making a difference at RBC

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Andrea Chakma, a third-year mechatronics engineering student shares a little bit about her experience at the Royal Bank of Canada and TJX Canada. 

Avoiding burnout & adapting to change while working for the federal government

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Miila Kai Tuju, a small-town girl from Muskoka pursuing her 4B term of Planning says, “Never be afraid to apply to a city you’ve never been to before.” She never imagined to be working for the federal government out in Ottawa. Miila says, “It's really important because if I hadn't made that decision one night to just randomly apply, I wouldn't have been here running the fe

Working where health care and technology meet

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Third-year health studies student Maisha Adil shares her co-op experience and tips on how to stay motivated on your work term.