These were the core executives in the 2010–2011 academic year.
president [at] thecube [dot] ca
Vice President, Communications
vpc [at] thecube [dot] ca
Vice President, External
vpx [at] thecube [dot] ca
Vice President, Internal
vpi [at] thecube [dot] ca
Vice President, Internal (former; unable to continue due to co-op)
Vice President, Social
vps [at] thecube [dot] ca
Vice President, Social (former; resigned 2010-09-16)
Vice President, Volunteering Services
vpv [at] thecube [dot] ca
Vice President, Financial
vpf [at] thecube [dot] ca
Vice President, Administration
vpa [at] thecube [dot] ca
Campus Ambassadors are on-campus student contacts who would love to share their experience and insights on their company work opportunities, social aspects, and culture. They look forward to talking about what they did as coops and what you can expect. Feel free to reach out to any of them if you are interested in the company they are promoting! See a list of the Computer Science-related Ambassadors.
Amy Kwok—RIM Campus Ambassador
Hello everyone! I am Amy Kwok, your RIM (Research In Motion) Campus Ambassador.
I am in 4th year Computer Science and minoring in Commerce. I was also the
Computer Science Student Society (CSSS) President back in 2008. During my coop
term at RIM, I worked 4 months as a Product Manager in Waterloo. If you have any
questions about RIM, my coop work term, or Waterloo, please do not hesitate to
contact me: <
More about RIM: There are ~700 students combined (new, extending… etc) on campus globally each term. RIM is Canada’s largest private sector Coop program! RIM has a student run club (RCSC) where you can be involved. Students at RIM make a difference and work on real projects. Apply online at: http://rim.com/go/students.
More about Waterloo: Student life is very prominent in Waterloo, with youth from the University of Waterloo, Conestoga College and Wilfrid Laurier. There are many student hot spots around town and you’ll never be bored. If this is your first time away from Vancouver, definitely check out RIM @ Waterloo!
Vlad Zaharia—Microsoft Student Partner
Hey everyone! I’m Vlad Zaharia, the Microsoft Student Partner for UBC. I’m a 2nd
year Computer Science major. I am actively involved in the Computer Science
Student Society, so you can probably find me around the CS building all the
time. If you have any questions about Microsoft, whether it’s about their
products, co-op opportunities, or their scholarships, feel free to contact me at
vlad[dot]zaharia[at]msptechrep[dot]com> or ask me in person if you bump into
More about Microsoft: With 90,000 employees in more than 60 countries, Microsoft is one of the top IT employers in the world. You’ll get a chance to work on one of more than 300 products currently in development. If you have the passion, we have the path. Apply online at http://microsoft.com/college.
More about Redmond: At Microsoft, you’ll get the best on-the-job training in the world, while enjoying a casual, flexible work environment where you can choose everything from when you work to what you wear. When you’re not working hard, you’ll be playing hard. Whether at work or at play, you’ll be surrounded by some of the smartest, most talented, most committed technology lovers in the world.
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