News for International

Tuesday, April 12, 2022

Argus group calls on Waterloo co-op students to help further innovation

Two co-op students brainstorming new ideas using sticky notes

By: Krista Henry (she/her)

When Argus Group came to a crossroads in how they operated, they decided it was time to innovate. To help them develop new actionable business plans supported by data, they called on co-op students.

Thursday, March 10, 2022

Investing in Waterloo co-op students on a global scale

Capula Investment staff and co-op students during an in-person meeting

By: Krista Henry (she/her)

On a mission to attract, develop and retain exceptional people, Capula Investment Management is growing its investment in student talent to full time employees.

Wednesday, September 15, 2021

WaterlooWorks system updates released for Fall 2021 term

Waterloo Works Homepage image

On Monday, August 30, our WaterlooWorks system was updated! While the functionality is largely the same, you’ll notice that some of the menus and navigation options look different in order to provide a more mobile-friendly experience for our users. 

Some of the key enhancements for students: 

Tuesday, September 7, 2021

Early talent at the helm of international development

FullSoul co-op students from University of Waterloo, and staff looking up in forest

By: Krista Henry

As the world faces the on-going impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, up to 150 million people will
be pushed further into poverty this year. With lockdown measures and border restrictions, non-profits 
have adapted to offer support remotely and need the skills of digitally-savvy emerging talent to assist.

Non-profit organizations are answering the call for support in global communities with help from co-op students who are tackling international development projects.

Tuesday, August 24, 2021

Waterloo student works from home in India, for company 13,000 km away

Mumbai, India at night verses San Jose, California during the day

By: Hirumal Munasinghe

For most people, working through the night to earn a co-op credit sounds like a challenge. But second-year Waterloo Arts and Business student, Sharanya Karkera, says it has been an exciting opportunity.

Karkera currently lives in Mumbai, India and is doing her second remote work term for an organization in San Jose, California.