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.
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.
Discovering his passion: how this alum’s time at Douglas helped him build the foundation for his career
Psychology grad Aran Armutlu’s involvement on campus helped him realize his dream of fighting for student rights and open education
Find out how one Student Ambassador learned important transferable skills and built his resumé, all while helping recruit future Douglas students.
JC Joaquin has grown personally and professionally as a Student Ambassador.
Find out what Student Ambassadors do and how you can become one. Hurry, applications are due Sept. 8!
Like many of her peers, Gursimran Mann had planned to transfer to university after completing two years at Douglas College. But once the psychology student heard about the Bachelor of Arts in Child and Youth Care (CYC) program from a fellow Student Ambassador, her transfer plans went out the window. “When I started at Douglas, I planned to become a clinical counsellor, but then I started to volunteer more with youth and children, and I had a change of heart,” she said. “I realized I wanted to pursue a career focusing on… Read More
I’m a Student Ambassador with the Office for New Students and I’m excited that we’re volunteering and participating at the Canadian Cancer Society’s Daffodil Dash on April 24. The event will raise funds for cancer research. You should join us; it’s an awesome way to end the semester! Fundraising events like these make me happy because so many students have lost relatives or have loved ones who are currently fighting, or have conquered the disease. In April 2013, my dad passed away from pancreatic cancer. He had been in hospice previously for… Read More
“I chose nursing because I want to make a difference in people’s lives by looking after them when they are sick.”