Alumni Stories

A Creative Capstone

Written by JNelson41 on June 27, 2018

Let the Troubled Monk tell you about the lost cherry who found a new home.Believe it or not, the fruit that struck Sir Isaac Newton’s head was not the apple, but a once sweet cherry. When the apple received credit, the little cherry turned sour and left the orchard. After centuries of wandering in sorrow, the Cherry found its way here; his new home, becoming the perfect addition to our Sour...

Using Your Gifts to Give Back

Written by JNelson41 on June 27, 2018

Zainab Mohamoud (Social Work, 2017) sets out to learn something from everyone she meets. In her experience as a child care provider, she learned about the challenges single mothers can face and decided to pursue a Social Work diploma. In her practicum and work experience, she learned how her passion and talent for fundraising could benefit a variety of groups. Mohamoud dives right...

Bringing the Games to Life

Written by JNelson41 on June 27, 2018

“I say take a risk. Any time it’s presented, do it.”J’Anna Aitchison’s life has been shaped by embracing opportunities. She has taken chances with confidence and had life-changing work experiences as a result. Her major games involvement began with the Vancouver Olympics and, most recently, she’s taken the role of Project Coordinator for the 2019 Canada Winter Games at Red Deer College. RDC...

The Courage to Follow Your Dreams

Written by TFilippova on June 27, 2018

Alumni Stories give us a chance to connect with our alumni and hear about the exciting things they’re working on. RDC graduates from every School go on to do great things, often diverging from the traditional career paths they expected when they began their program here. Watch our quick chat with Shelby Varughese to hear about how her career has taken shape and what she’s working on now. ...

Storytelling and The Secret Marathon

Written by TFilippova on June 27, 2018

Alumni Stories give us a chance to connect with our alumni and hear about the exciting things they’re working on. RDC graduates from every School go on to do great things, often diverging from the traditional career paths they expected when they began their program here. Watch our quick chat with Kate McKenzie to hear about how her career has taken shape and what she’s working on now. Kate...

Creating Opportunities in the Red Deer Arts Community

Written by TFilippova on June 27, 2018

Alumni Stories give us a chance to connect with our alumni and hear about the exciting things they’re working on. RDC graduates from every School go on to do great things, often diverging from the traditional career paths they expected when they began their program here. Watch our quick chat with Jenna Goldade to hear about how her career has taken shape and what she’s working on now.Jenna...

Connecting through the Reading College Program

Written by TFilippova on June 27, 2018

Alumni Stories give us a chance to connect with our alumni and hear about the exciting things they’re working on. RDC graduates from every School go on to do great things, often diverging from the traditional career paths they expected when they began their program here. Watch our quick chat with Bruce Buruma to hear about how his career has taken shape and what he’s working on now. ...

Capturing Magic

Written by TFilippova on June 27, 2018

Alumni Stories give us a chance to connect with our alumni and hear about the exciting things they’re working on. RDC graduates from every School go on to do great things, often diverging from the traditional career paths they expected when they began their program here. Watch our quick chat with Aaron Moseson to hear about how his career has taken shape and what he’s working on now.  ...

Helping Alberta Companies Find The Hottest Talent

Written by RGilgan on January 13, 2016

Pleased to share that TAG recruitment group, 2015 RDC Distinguished Alumna Sheila Musgrove's top Canadian recruitment company, has once again made it onto the Alberta Venture 2016 Fast Growth Ranking of Alberta’s fastest growing companies! Sheila is also announcing that the book we've been nagging her about...HIRED!!  How To Get The Zippy Gig.  Insider Secrets from a Top...

Alumni Association recognizes Musgrove and Styner

Written by AEisenbarth1 on August 4, 2015

Earlier this summer, the Red Deer College Alumni Association was pleased to present annual awards to two remarkable alumni who have made a tremendous impact with an inspirational passion and dedication for the various causes they have engaged in.The Distinguished Alumni Award was presented to Sheila Musgrove, a graduate of RDC’s Legal Assistant program in 1988. A proven leader in her career and...

Pages

Share: