The Working World

Schulich Leaders utilizing their STEM degrees in the workforce

Last semester, I continued my studies,,,

Summer 2014

Last semester, I continued my studies as a civil engineering student, a life filled with enriching experiences both inside and outside th

– by Émilie-Anne Fleury • Schulich Leader at University of Ottawa

So Many Opportunities!

Summer 2014

WIth second year coming to a close, it's crazy to look back and see how busy I've been this past year, but even more exhilarating to look f

– by Julie Wong • Schulich Leader at McGill University

Sometimes, being a doctor, isn't just medicine

Spring 2014

This session , I am officially listed on the certificate of Psychology at the University Laval.

– by Sacha Lajoie • Schulich Leader at Université Laval

An Exciting Co-op Term in Silicon Valley

Spring 2014

My winter co-op term was one of the most exciting and valuable experiences in my life so far.

– by Nicole Pitre • Schulich Leader at University of Waterloo

Some additional and welcome know-how

Spring 2014

This second year in veterinary medicine has been full of a broad variety of experiences.

– by Laurence Arpin • Schulich Leader at Université de Montréal

Mieux faire avec moins de moyens : la sagesse, ce n'est pas la vitesse, mais la durée

Fall 2013

Quand on pense à l’agriculture occidentale, certaines images nous viennent tout de suite en tête : grandes monocultures m&e

– by Laurence Arpin • Schulich Leader at Université de Montréal

Last term, from May to August, I...

Fall 2013

Last term, from May to August, I completed a fantastic co-op work term with Maple Leaf Foods!

– by Nicole Shum • Schulich Leader at University of Waterloo

Taitung, Taiwan: 1961.

Fall 2013

Taitung, Taiwan: 1961. The savage sun rages down upon the bare backs of men tending to the fields.

– by Jen-Ai Lai • Schulich Leader at University of British Columbia

If we lived with animals, rather than exploiting them

Spring 2013

After a whole semester, I can say I really enjoy my studies in veterinary medicine.

– by Laurence Arpin • Schulich Leader at Université de Montréal

A Passion to Volunteer

Winter 2017/2018

Having an abundance of volunteer opportunities is one of the many reasons why I love Toronto.

– by Julia Won • Schulich Leader at University of Toronto