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.
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.
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.
Meredith Graham, a former youth from care and a Bachelor of Arts in Child and Youth Care alum, is being recognized for her outstanding work with youth in the community.
Physical Education alum Paul Funk uses his education and experience on the court to coach varsity athletes.
May is Vision Health Month, which is about raising awareness of eye health and ways to prevent vision loss. In honour of this month, we’re highlighting Dispensing Opticianry alum and Regional Sales Manager at HOYA Vision Care Canada, Sherry Klassen, whose company has donated over $150,000 worth of optical lenses to opticianry students at Douglas College for the past 14 years.
Therapeutic Recreation grad Danielle Axton’s simple request to spread holiday cheer went viral – and global.