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Despite the weaker Canadian dollar, Langara students are making plans to travel this summer, gaining life and cultural experiences that can be hard to replicate in the classroom.
Whether it is independently or through one of the college’s many study abroad programs, Langara staff and students agree that traveling presents learning benefits that can’t be found at home.
National Co-op Week was an opportunity for students to learn and consider co-op as an experience they could do in the summer.
As summertime approaches, some students are trying to make money for next year’s tuition while others are just trying to get back above the debt line.
Whatever the reasons might be, many students are updating their resumes and preparing for interviews with possible employers.