A guiding voice: Youth Justice grad helps secure the futures of teens at risk
Kayla Gambler spends day and night in the community, lending a hand to the local youth she works with.
Grounded in growth: Jeff Ross coaches women’s volleyball with a focus on the players’ future
Jeff Ross prepares student athletes in women’s volleyball for lifelong success and aims to encourage fellow Indigenous coaches.
Please judge this book by its cover: Michelle Sound and her blossoming art career
Indigenous CAF Advisor Michelle Sound’s celebrated artwork has been featured on the cover of an award-winning author’s novel and displayed in galleries across Canada in recent years.
On track: How Southern Railway is helping break down barriers for Indigenous and immigrant students at Douglas
Established in 1897 as the BC Electric Railway, the Southern Railway of British Columbia has a long history connecting communities in the Lower Mainland. Earlier this year, the organization established a bursary to support immigrant and Indigenous students at Douglas College.
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.
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.
Beyond the face: Meet Adelia
Nursing grad Adelia Paul is a fighter; she fought to achieve her own goals, and now she’s fighting to improve health-care for Indigenous people.
Bad ending begins award-winning journey
Creative Writing grad Carleigh Baker tackles life’s big questions in her first book, Bad Endings.
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