Over 40 applications and four job interviews later, third-year chemical engineering student, Aleks Krunic is still at risk of falling behind another year. Enrolled in one of Ryerson’s oldest co-operative education programs, Krunic thought going into chemical engineering would give him a head start in the “real-world” after graduation. But what he didn’t expect was the stiff job market even […]
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At the Hospital for Sick Children, fourth-year commerce student Sean Zia watched as a software business pitched their product to the hospital. “I was learning the things I should be doing, and the things I shouldn’t be doing if I were pitching (an idea) to a company,” he says. And during his time at TD Canada Trust, Zia discovered one […]