Our August 2020 Spotlight features Briana Tang, a recent IB graduate from White Oaks Secondary School and soon-to-be economics student at Western University with conditional acceptance to the Ivey School of Business. Briana has an impressive array of business competition wins under her belt (First Place in the 24-Hour Case Competition & Deloitte Pitch Challenge
Our June Leader in the Spotlight features Sirisha Valupadas, accomplished debater and recent University of Alberta graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree majoring in Biological Science and minoring in Political Science. Over the years, Sirisha has won 8 gold medals, 5 silver and 4 bronze medals in various Alberta Debate and Speech Association tournaments.
Our first Spotlight of 2016 features Jason Liu, a first year Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) student at the University of British Columbia. Jason holds some leadership positions within the UBC campus, including Vice President Internal at the Unlimited Dance Club, and Sports and Recreation Director at UBC Heart and Stroke Foundation Club. In addition to being
Recently, I had the chance to catch up with Kyle Blaney, of SHAD, to learn more about their fantastic SHAD summer enrichment program for high school students. Learn more about this incredible program in our Q&A below! Natalie: Tell us about the SHAD summer enrichment program. Kyle: SHAD is a unique and intense summer program for high achieving students in
Hi everyone! I’m currently on a bus to Klaipeda, the gateway town to the Curonian Spit, a UNESCO site. The Spit is a strip of land that is three miles wide, and is covered in sand dunes. Half of it belongs to Lithuania, and the other half belongs to Russia’s Kaliningrad region. The part that
Below, Alex Harding, a 3M National Student Fellow, shares his winning 3M application response to the following topic: “Challenges in Post-Secondary Education” — We are incredibly fortunate to have a post-secondary system as strong as Canadas, but it is our responsibility as the next generation of students to identify our weaknesses and improve upon them. We