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
Seeing all the possibilities: How this Opticianry grad found more career pathways than she ever imagined
Not only has Henna Ahmad taken on diverse roles in the industry, she also shares her knowledge with DOPT students as a guest lecturer.
Out of the shadows: How this alum is helping the LGBTQ+ community
After struggling with his sexuality and mental health in his youth, arts alum Alex Sangha strives to create safe spaces for the South Asian LGBTQ+ community as a social worker, counsellor, filmmaker and activist.
A fighter for justice: Minister Melanie Mark’s path to politics
Douglas Criminology alum and B.C.’s Minister for Tourism, Art, Culture and Sport originally wanted to be a police officer. Today, she continues her goal to fight for justice as a leader in B.C.’s parliament.
Not too steep: This alum’s passion for tea and education helped her grow into an entrepreneur
The idea for Nancy Prokosh’s tea company came to her in a dream. Today, she’s a business owner, a tea master and aims to make a difference in her community.
Get on board: This Human Resources alum found and cultivated her talent — for talent acquisition
Riddhi Shah enrolled in Douglas’s Post-Degree Diploma in Human Resource Management to explore a newfound passion and left confident in her ability to find the right fit for any team.
Top brass: This music alum and her saxophone build community through their sound
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.
Trail running builds resilience in women, Douglas College study finds
Therapeutic Rec grad Selene Lincoln’s study shows us there is a profound relationship between women and the wilderness.
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