For business student Alex Mitchell, co-op has given him the break in his budding career after his experience in the program saw him complete three co-op terms that helped him secure full-time employment after graduation.
Noah Campbell (BSc 2020) may have graduated during a global pandemic, but he has not let this slow him down. He has successfully marketed himself as a top-quality employee, with his latest position bringing him back to a familiar employer.
More UWindsor graduates will launch their careers right here in Windsor-Essex thanks to a new job-placement program that offers grants to help offset salaries.
Alumna Katherine Vrantsidis (BMath 2016) thanks her UWindsor mathematics degree for preparing her for real-world success, by training her how to learn.
“You’re being trained in analytical thinking skills and all of those are transferrable to a wide variety of roles. You can take your skills and apply them to many different areas,” says Vrantsidis.