Together with her bandmates, Kaylar Chan strives to make music for those who’ve felt unseen in the world. As a creator, she’s learned that music can connect you with people, networks and opportunities for success in ways you’d have never predicted.
Therapeutic Rec grad Selene Lincoln’s study shows us there is a profound relationship between women and the wilderness.
From the classroom to the frontline: How one Douglas grad combined his education with a career in firefighting
Nick Cirillo’s Bachelor of Physical Education and Coaching degree gave him the tools he needed to become a firefighter.
Q&A: How one Therapeutic Recreation alum finished off her last semester during the pandemic – and landed a job!
Emma Martina learned the value of therapeutic recreation at a young age. Now a grad of the diploma program, Emma is using her skills to bring healing and hope to others.
Guided by the Raven and Eagle: How this Psychiatric Nursing grad found clarity by following her Indigenous roots
When Brenna Robert learned about the Psychiatric Nursing program at Douglas College – and that it offered designated seats to Indigenous students – she knew she’d found her calling.
Student Ambassadors help with school visits, speak to potential new students, direct people to information sessions, and address concerns potential or current students may have. It is an opportunity for me to share my Douglas experience. Most of these opportunities have now had a virtual replacement and I am able to do most from home which has been a pleasant experience.
Therapeutic Recreation grad Danielle Axton’s simple request to spread holiday cheer went viral – and global.
Mechanic shifts gears to business owner with dreams of running one of the most successful auto repair shops in the Tri-Cities
Spending time in his dad’s auto shop gave Robert Zielinski ideas for how to grow the business. Getting a BBA with a concentration in Trades Management helped him put those ideas in motion.