News for Alumni

Thursday, June 6, 2024

Students gain teaching experience supporting Waterloo Computer Science

Three computer science students looking at notes together in a math building on campus

By: Cameron Stirrup (he/him)

Tuesday, February 15, 2022

Tackling Black girl environmentalism and equity

Celine Isimbi holding signs at a rally for environmental justice

By: Krista Henry

When it comes to following her passion and carving a space for Black rights in the environmental movement, Celine Isimbi is leading with purpose.

Tuesday, December 14, 2021

Startup experience shapes Waterloo alum

Andrew Leest, former Waterloo Kinesiology student speaking at an event hosted by Conrad School of Entrepreneurship and Business.

By: Namish Modi

After four traditional co-op work terms, Andrew Leest decided it was time to take on a new challenge.

Wednesday, January 20, 2021

P4E Job Fair – How do you prepare for a virtual fair as a student?

laptop on desk with the words "job fair" written on the screen

By Cassie Harrison

Like many others, graduation is right around the corner. One more term of a full-time course load and I’ll be in the real world, meaning it’ll be time to start my career. But how does one prepare themselves for their future in these unprecedented times? How do you network and make industry connections when everything has gone digital? These are the questions that haunted me, until I learned that Partners for Employment (P4E) would still be hosting their annual career fair, only this time virtually.