Rewriting her story and making a difference

Telka Pesklevits

Telka Pesklevits is a poet-activist looking to make positive change within her community.

UK journalist launches writing career at Douglas

Professional Communication grad Maansi Pandya dishes on her love of the written word, the challenges of crafting a creative career and how Douglas College helped her spread her wings.

Framing the world with a different pair of glasses

A successful career can mean different things to different people. For Dispensing Opticianry grads Sara Moshurchak and Dana Dempsey, success means bringing creativity and customization to producing unique eye wear in an industry dominated by mass production.

Humans of DC: Carpe Diem

Sydney Clarke, Douglas College student

Douglas student Sydney Clarke has a new outlook on life after recovering from a serious illness.

Keeping it local

Douglas Music alum Jay Schreiber stands in Steel & Oak brewing room with drum and glass of beer

Music alum and craft beer enthusiast featured in Douglas College Arts at One concert Oct. 25.

Psychiatric Nursing students find a cure for toxic work environments

Image shows a stethoscope and pen on a scheduling chart.

Online movement Nurses Support Their Young championed by Douglas College students in order to create a more inclusive working environment.

Looking to make bank? Attend a finance recruitment event.

white text on blue background with image of computer and hands. text says on-campus recruiting hiring Douglas students and alumni.

Find out how Douglas College’s Indu Deivendran landed a job just a few months after attending a recruitment event.

Being a Student Ambassador changed my life

Douglas student Melissa Cocking gained friends and valuable skills by volunteering for this leadership program.

From intern to employee

Co-op helped Denis Santos land a job as soon as he was done his work term.

Taking inspiration from Apple and SpaceX

Engingeering student Gurmaan Gary Brar in fabrication lab, photo by David Denofreo

Engineering student Gurmaan Brar wants to change the future of technology.