Author: John Kasimatis, third year, Political Science
Even for the most confident person, job-hunting can be stressful. Maybe you’re feeling uncertain about finding a job, lacking the motivation to apply, or struggling with a belief that you will never be hired. Add an unpredictable pandemic on top of that, and you’ve got a recipe for sleepless nights and a lot of time spent worrying about your future.
Author: Juan Barrera Mancheno, third year students.
Working together as students represents a big part of our university experience and it keeps us connected to our learning community, even in a virtual setting. So, hold on to your keyboards because here’s how you can best develop your skills and knowledge in the virtual learning space.
Author: Nicole, second year student, Health Sciences
My favourite part of being a peer educator is definitely being able to expand my horizons and learn about topics I otherwise would not have had a chance to explore. Since mental health is a crucial portion of everyone’s lives, especially with online school and stay at home orders, I feel as though I’m able to learn new tactics to improve my mental well-being as well as promote these ideas to others.
Author: Kiera Levesque, fourth year student, Biomedical Sciences
In addition to attending weekly team meetings, my responsibilities as a peer educator were to research and create content on specific topics, such as flu vaccination and COVID WISE tips. We took this content and loaded it onto all our social media platforms, giving us all the creative control we wanted over our message and delivery method.
By being more efficient, you can attain your maximum potential without throwing your life out of balance. Now, not to say this is an easy thing to do. This is why we’ve prepared just a few pieces of advice that, when put together, will see your productivity rise tremendously.