Success Stories - Students
Mahin's advice is to sell yourself by showing the skills and knowledge you received in your job or co-op interviews.
Malia's advice is to believe in yourself as others will see your hard work and education come through, and people will see what you have learned along the way.
Katelyn's advice for the students who are in the design program is to be open to feedback.
Vincent's advice is to maintain a good work life balance throughout school, time flies when you're in school, so be sure to enjoy it.
Ryan's advice to students is to understand that you may need more time to figure out and understand what you truly want to do for yourself, your career and the future.
Keara's advice is not to be afraid to ask for help if you're stuck on a project.
Andrea's advice is to be open-minded when learning and to try new things. In every position there is room for growth and improvement.
Aileen's advice to students going on co-op is to take it seriously and invest a lot of their time in it because there are so many benefits and a lot of new things to learn.
Yahya's advice is simple—stay focused on your studies and don’t lose track of your goals!
Arturo's advice is to study hard and take the classes seriously because everything you learn in class does help you to be successful working in those fields.
Andrew's advice is not to be afraid to try new things; supervisors will appreciate students taking initiatives and being open to trying new things.
Bradley's advice is to do very well in school, read as much as you can, work on communication and technical writing skills, and stay on top of your assignments.
Anthony's advice to students is to start networking as soon as you feel ready to take a leap into your career path.
Bryan's advice is to stay on top of your academics, but at the same time: ENJOY College!