This Child and Youth Care student overcame her shyness to help others succeed

Becoming a Student Assistant helped Myat Noe Pwint develop her public speaking skills while guiding students on campus.

This Veterinary Technology grad is fighting plastic pollution in her industry 

Jocelyn Marsh connects veterinary medicine with ocean stewardship in an effort to save nearly 2.7 million plastic needles and syringes per year from entering the landfill and our waterways.

This Student Ambassador helped people find their place at Douglas – and so could you!

Patrick Sheepwash lit the way for hundreds of students to thrive as part of the Douglas College community

Goal diggers: Geological Resources students land the perfect mining jobs this summer

The Diploma in Geological Resources gives students the skills and connections they need to carve out a place in the mining industry. Eight of its up-and-comers beat university students two years ahead of them for the chance to scour B.C. for important minerals.

This Psychology student is investigating Asian-Canadians’ use of mental health services

Applied Psychology Honours student Rico Misajon takes a deeper look at Asian-Canadians’ attitudes about mental health – and whether these attitudes prevent them from seeking counselling and other mental health services

Meet your Summer 2022 Valedictorians!

We caught up with seven of our Summer 2022 valedictorians before they crossed the stage. Find out what they’ll be doing after graduation and how they plan to change the world. How do you hope to make the world a better place? What will you DO after graduation?

This Commerce and Business Administration grad is making his alma mater more inclusive

Allyn Edwards and his employer, Southern Railway of British Columbia, have established a bursary to help break down barriers for Indigenous and immigrant students at Douglas.

This Social Work alum wants her master’s degree to help her create systemic change 

For B.C.’s Social Work Week, get a glimpse of Rachelle Wilmot’s path to becoming a social worker – and how education helps her protect vulnerable youth.

This Physical Education and Coaching student is trekking over 4,000 km to support fellow sexual violence survivors

Two years ago, Alyssa Kroeker was questioning her will to live. Now she wants her journey on the Pacific Crest Trail to be a road to healing for herself and other survivors.

A sense of community: How this Social Work student is advocating for students inside and outside the classroom

Inspired to become a social worker because of her own experience in government care, Bachelor of Social Work student Aly Hillaby is using her skills to foster connections at Douglas.