Starting a “calmversation”: how one Douglas alum is changing the face of education
After the tragic events of 9/11, Child and Youth Care alum Jena Sharma aspires to revolutionize K-12 education through communication-focused program
Volunteering perks: Elevate your resumé and support your community
Organizations across the Lower Mainland give their insight on the benefits of volunteering.
“What Are You?”
Over the next couple of weeks the Life at DC team will be sharing their personal thoughts and stories on cultural identity and diversity through blog posts. Join us as we share our thoughts and observations. “Hey, I just wanted to ask… What are you?” Without a doubt, I am sure that a lot of us have struggled to answer this question every time we encounter somebody new, particularly if you are a person whose parents have emigrated from another country. Telling others what you consider yourself in one word can be… Read More
Humans of DC: Teaching acceptance
“we built an LGBTQ community on campus and we even had lessons. The first lesson I got to teach I went absolutely bonkers about gender, and everyone loved it!”
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