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Co-operative education is a medium which advances you to gain a more profound and enriched educational experience. It allows you to understand the importance of acquiring real-life work experiences, build career connections and also grow as an individual. I believe that co-op is an opportunity within your education process enabling you to learn about various career paths, progress in building new skills and create a network for yourself. As a whole, it’s a highly rewarding process. Choosing co-op has led me to come across new opportunities and helped me achieve a new skill set. I have been able to apply the theory learned in class through this opportunity and gain a better understanding of my career path in a more practical manner. I believe my coop experience will result in opening more doors for me within the job market. This co-op experience has paved way for me to use my potential as a Software Engineer. I was able to get hands-on experience with some of the most cutting-edge technologies and equipment in the present day. My employment in the LSC, which stands for Learning Support Centre of the Canadian Department of National Defence located in Borden, Ontario, has also given me the opportunity to network with some of the most inspirational individuals. In coordination with the respective Army, Navy and Air Force Learning Support Centres, the Military Personnel Comment Learning Support Centre provides performance improvement, training, and education consultancy, support services and courseware development capabilities. I was given the privilege to work with Modest3D, An award-winning 3D visualization suite to rapidly create 3D eLearning applications and interactive applications. I generated 3D eLearning lessons on the Canadian C7 rifle and the 9mm handgun. I was also given the pleasure to work with various other eLearning software such as Adobe Captivate, Articulate 360, Lectora Publisher, Mlab. During my time here, I also completed various projects regarding the LSC Learning portal where my team developed a portal for the instructors of DND. Students and members can register for courses and be able to educate themselves as a classroom. I was also given a part to work/QA/ and test the software Jira- a popular project-and issue-tracking tool used by development and technical support teams to get more work done, faster. I used my programming skills such as C#, Asp.net, HTML, Web-developing and etc, to elevate my opportunities here in the LSC department of the DND. The environment here in the LSC and helped me develop many skills and talents that I could not have learned just being in College. These skills include social skills, teamwork in a corporate environment, programming knowledge, and mentoring. Overall, this experience, and with the help of my amazing colleagues and team in the DND LSC has taught me many new things and has helped me acquire a tremendous amount of new knowledge and opportunities. — Meer Nazmul - Software Engineering Technology, Graduate
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