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Carleton launches Healthy Workplace committee

A healthier workplace and healthier employees—that’s the goal of Carleton University’s new Healthy Workplace Committee. The committee is responsible for developing a program to enhance employee wellness, satisfaction and engagement. It was created as a result of an exhaustive benchmarking project that made a number of recommendations to implement a healthy workplace plan at the university. “We plan to provide the tools and resources that will inspire faculty and staff … Continue 

You’re Hired!

Students benefit from increased employer activity A spike in employer activity on campus throughout the past academic year gave Carleton students more opportunities to make industry connections and learn about a variety of career options. The Career Development and Co-operative Education Continue 

Co-op celebrates 20 years

Carleton’s co-operative education program is celebrating its 20th anniversary with an open house on March 20. And according to Kerry Eamer, manager of the co-operative education program, there are literally thousands of reasons to commemorate this significant milestone. “Over the years, Continue 

Career Expo launches with an open house — Faculty and staff invited to attend

Students who are looking for information about their career options frequently turn to faculty and staff members for guidance. It’s a logical Continue 

Hire a student through myCareer

CDCE launches new online job search system Faculty and staff at Carleton University now have a new way to hire students through the Work Study Program or other on-campus employment opportunities. myCareer, an interactive online job posting system, Continue 

Soaring to new heights

On-campus co-op students enjoy unique job opportunities Carleton students Velian Pandeliev and Andrew Staples are soaring to new heights this summer while completing their co-operative education work terms right here on campus. The third-year cognitive science students have been working with Continue 

Celebrating co-operative education

The Career Development and Co-operative Education (CDCE) office is planning a number of activities and special events to celebrate National Co-operative Education Week, which is March 19 to 23. The festivities are intended to raise the profile of Continue 

Career Connection Speaker Series begins this month

The Career Development and Co-operative Education office (CDCE) is launching a new program this month to provide Carleton University students with professional employment guidance and information. The Career Connection Speaker Series will offer Continue 

Winter Career Fair on campus this month

A head start on the job search Students who attend the upcoming Winter Career Fair, organized by the Career Development and Co-operative Education (CDCE) Office, can expect a flurry of job prospects and employment information, says Robin Continue 

Ravens score bid to host national championship

The Carleton Ravens have scored a major victory by netting the host duties for the 2008 Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) men’s soccer national championships. Forty soccer teams from universities across Canada will compete throughout the 2008 Continue 

Chancellor Emeritus gives gift to Canada’s Inuit

Gordon Robertson, Chancellor Emeritus of Carleton University, has pledged a personal donation of $50,000 to create a prestige award called the Gordon Robertson National Inuit Scholarship. Effective September 2005, the new scholarship will be Continue 

Enrolment and retention: moving on up

The number of first-year students deciding to study at Carleton continues to rise as more than 5,000 students arrived on campus this fall. “We’re right on track with our plans,” says Susan Gottheil, Associate Vice-President (Enrolment Continue 

Founders Award recipient helped write the book on Carleton’s history

Don McEown, Secretary Emeritus to Carleton’s Board of Governors, is this year’s recipient of the University’s prestigious Founders Award. The co-author Continue 

Wonderful West Coast hospitality

Victor Owen, MA/82, is one of more than 30 alumni and prospective students who joined Vice-President (Advancement) Cindy Boucher at a reception Monday, May 5 at the Pan Pacific Hotel in Vancouver. Boucher provided graduates, prospective students Continue 

Café is golden — again

The Carleton Café alumni Web site has earned another award for excellence — this time a gold medal in the Canadian Council for the Advancement of Education’s prestigious Prix D’Excellence awards program. There were over two dozen entries in Continue 

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