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Co-op Masters of Ceremonies
Christian Guirguis, KPMG
As a recent New Grad entering the 'real world' my attitude has me striving for self-improvement and excellence every single day. I have been given the opportunity to combine my natural passion of working with students and desire to work in a fast-paced, energetic, and progressive workplace!
As a co-op student at Brock University Christian completed co-op terms with Research In Motion (Blackberry) and Metrolinx.
|Nick Chrzan, Associate Merchant (Associate Category Manager), Loblaw Companies
Upon graduation, Nick was selected as one of ten individuals from across Canada to the Merchandising stream of the grad@Loblaw management training program with Loblaw Companies Limited. At the conclusion of the 18 month program, Nick was offered a full-time position to stay at Loblaw. He accepted and presently works as an Assistant Category Manager on the Baby Care team.
Nick Chrzan graduated from Brock University in 2012 with a Business Administration Co-op degree with a double concentration in Marketing and Human Resources Management. Nick was also actively involved on campus and in the community through his work with Goodman School of Business student organizations DECA U and the Brock Finance & Investment Group among others.
During his time at Brock Nick completed three co-op work terms at Brock University, the Ministry of Transportation, and Research In Motion.
Cindy Dunne, Director, Brock University Co-op Programs
Cindy brings 25 years of experience in the field of recruitment and career consulting. As the Director of the Co-op Programs Office, Cindy is committed to the values of co-op education and the benefits it provides to our students. Under Cindy's leadership, co-op programs at Brock have grown at an unprecedented rate in both student and employer participation. Cindy joined Brock University in 1998.
Prior to joining Brock, Cindy worked in senior administrative positions in Human Resources at Bell Canada, CIBC and her alma mater, McMaster University.
Cindy volunteers as the Vice President of the Board of Directors for Family and Children Services of Niagara and serves with a number of community organizations committed to the economic development of the Niagara Region.
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