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Humans of Telfer – Rushika

“If there is one thing I have learned at Telfer, it is that students should take advantage of the amazing professors who teach at this school. They are extremely knowledgeable and are always happy to help us understand the class material or to give us some career advice. I truly believe that students will have an enriched undergraduate experience by talking to at least one of their professors during their time here.”  Read more ›

Humans of Telfer – Belal

“As I am finishing up my undergrad here at the Telfer School of Management, I realize that I have learned so many invaluable lessons that apply not only to just school but to life in general. In short, meet as many people as possible, inside and outside Telfer. You never know who you may connect with and whether they can help you or not in your career goals.  Read more ›

Humans of Telfer – Andrew

“After reflecting on the past 4 years at Telfer, I realize there have been moments where I lost sight of what the purpose was. There is a mentality that’s instilled early in students that it’s simply about getting that piece of paper.  Read more ›

Humans of Telfer – Lovelyn

“In 3rd year, I switched majors from Accounting to Human Resource Management. In high school, I didn’t have anyone to look up to when thinking of programs to apply to.  Read more ›

Humans of Telfer – Saraï

“Your university experience is what you make it! I’m sure you’ve all heard it before. The amazing thing about that saying is that people often say it, and don’t act on it. But when you DO make your university experience your own, amazing things start to take shape.  Read more ›

Humans of Telfer – Dasser

“During university, it’s common for us, students to have big goals and ambitions. Universities can provide a lot of opportunities to help us succeed. However, this can also make things a little overwhelming. Sometimes, in our attempt to achieve a lot, we lose sight of what we value the most. It’s easy to do things because others are doing it, or because we are told that we should be doing it, or even because we think it might look good on your resume.  Read more ›

Humans of Telfer – Lauren

“Telfer gives me a unique opportunity to further my studies in French and English and to participate in a mobility Co‑op placement. Thanks to the professional connections I have made and to my ability to communicate in both French and English, I had the chance to travel in Canada during my Co-op placement. I recommend that you participate in the career fairs, if only to practice: you’ll be using those communication skills every day in school and at work. Don’t wait for that “once in a lifetime” interview to try networking!”  Read more ›

Humans of Telfer – Marie Madeleine

“Being a 3rd‑year Accounting student, I’m currently doing my first Co-op internship. As you know, the busiest time is upon us, and so I’ve asked myself how I would be able to get through it while keeping in touch with Telfer and honouring my multiple commitments as a member of Casco and the Telfer Student Council, and as a Telfer Career Centre Ambassador.  Read more ›

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Charlie is a 3rd‑year student at the Telfer School of Management currently studying in Glasgow for the semester. When asked about her experience moving abroad and representing Telfer in Scotland, she replied, “The Telfer International Exchange Program has given me the opportunity to improve my global skills and experience another culture!”  Read more ›

Humans of Telfer – Ryan

“Getting involved will lead to experiences you never thought you were capable of”  Read more ›

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