Caleb Dueck, a first work-term co-op student in mechatronics engineering, created not one, but two robot bartenders while working at Eascan Automation in Winnipeg. The pair of robots, one for pouring and one for serving, can pour a perfect pint in just a minute and a half.
Everyone finds job searches stressful. At least somewhat.
There are a lot of extra worries and added responsibilities that come with searching for work—and even more if you’re a co-op student! Top it off with courses, clubs, a social life, dealing with housing, managing finances, and hoping there are still finances to manage? No wonder we’re stressed.
So, how do we deal with all that job search stress?
Students applied to participate in this new and unique opportunity earlier in the term. The small group of students accepted spent the day learning about the different aspects of the HR field, got to network and job shadow senior staff at HBC.