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Represent your alumni community and join the council

Posted by UOIT Alumni

Being involved in the elections and running is a great way to immerse yourself in the exciting world of our alumni community. Over the next few months, information about the council elections will be available. If you have strengths in event management, communications and leadership, I encourage you to consider applying for one of the four two-year term positions.

Category: Engage

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iLaunch helps new grads once again

Posted by Career Centre

iLaunch returns for its second year to help propel new graduates into their successful careers. The one-day conference will help alumni gain a better understanding of how their interests and skills align with different career paths.

Category: Connect

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AAC elections

An inside look at the Alumni Association Council

Posted by UOIT Alumni

With the 2017-2018 Alumni Association Council Elections ramping up, we thought we would sit down with two of our departing members, Sean McNama and Kristen Daize, to learn more about the council experience.

Category: Engage

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How to make new friends in one easy step

Posted by Cristina Mazza

For many, trying a completely new event or meeting new people can be difficult. At our first Alumni Association Reception of the season, I met JoAnn, a Commerce graduate who was trying something outside of her comfort zone by attending her first alumni event.

Category: Celebrate

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Mentors makes a difference

Posted by Gabriela Kot

If you are looking for a rewarding and worthwhile experience, consider becoming a mentor in the Student-Alumni Mentorship Program (StAMP) .

Category: Connect

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Featured profiles

Shayan Methot

Opportunity leads to FBIT grad's career success

Searching for opportunities brought Shayan to the university and continues to guide his career path today.

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Nick Ferguson

Engineer designs his career path

As a Cost Planner with Toyota Motor Engineering and Manufacturing North America (TEMA) at the Toyota Technical Center in Michigan, Nick loves developing innovative solutions by working on body shell and engine compartment areas of the North American models designed there. He has recently made the move from General Dynamics where he worked as a Mechanical Systems Design Specialist.

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