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Mentorship program wins international award

  Posted on: August 9, 2016

The Career Mentoring Program will gain international recognition when its coordinators accept the Conference Board of Canada’s Silver Global Best Award for Innovative and Creative Partnerships for the North America region.

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Celebrating BC Day with BC research

  Posted on: July 28, 2016

On Aug. 1, we celebrate BC’s birthday and here at TRU there is a lot to celebrate—including all of the ground-breaking research that is being done by faculty and students right here in our own living laboratory.

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Gap year, schmap year?

  Posted on: June 21, 2016

There is a growing trend for students to take a year off between high school and university, electing instead for a gap year—but is there value in the gap year or are students better off jumping feet first into post-secondary education?

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Co-op Student Sarah in the Career Education Department

  Posted on: June 9, 2016

Hi – I’m Sarah! I am in the Bachelor of Business Administration program here at TRU, with a major in Human Resources and a minor in Accounting. I began my Co-op work term with the Career Education Department last month in May as a Communications Coordinator. So far, I have absolutely enjoyed the work I…

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Putting the degree to work

  Posted on: May 19, 2016

The transition from school to work can be a difficult one, but thanks to Student Employment Coordinator Susan Forseille’s research, the pursuit of meaningful employment for graduates could get easier.

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Venture Kamloops and TRU Promote Labour Force in Kamloops

  Posted on: March 24, 2016

Kamloops, BC: Thompson Rivers University (TRU) and Venture Kamloops will be hosting a free lunch at TRU to discuss how the community can help keep students and graduates in Kamloops.  Over the course of the lunch, attendees will hear from a number of employers describing the success and benefits of hiring current students, graduates, and…

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