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Features in this issue:
Don’t miss an article by guest contributor Misakura Tsukimoto. She shares her experience transitioning into “big business” culture during her work term at Manulife on Bloor.
Or flip ahead to read about Kevin Raymond and Natalie Koay, who worked at Harvard University on a high-profile scientific project. They so impressed their supervisors that Harvard has hired five more co-ops for this term!
You’ll also want to check out this year’s winners of the International Week photo contest- it’s not every work term photo that includes the Great Wall or Exit Glacier.
The Inside sCo-op is a bi-term student e-publication released through Co-operative Education and the Centre for Career Action at the University of Waterloo.
- Letter from the editor
- From cold to cozy: Strategies for making a temporary work environment feel like home.
- Student insights: Guest contributor Misakura Tsukimoto shares her experience transitioning into a new corporate culture.
- Harvard Bound: Science superstars Natalie and Kevin had their first Ivy League encounter on a co-op work term.
- Worth a Thousand Words:The winners of the 2011 International Week photo contest captured some stunning moments abroad.
- Career Corner: Change is in the Air, learn about the new organizational design in CECS and how it serves you better.
Editor and Creative Designer: Andrea Banerjee, Media & Publications Associate, CECS
Staff Editor: Olaf Naese, Communications & Public Relations Administrator, CECS
Photography: Jonathan Bielaski (Light Imaging), Sky Smith
Photo submissions: Ontario Power Generation, Natalie Koay, Kevin Raymond, Daniel Shen, Franklin Ebner