Shaun Mulrain has followed his passion for music, constantly learning how to build better guitars by hand.
Stephen Campbell found himself at a crossroads not that long ago, but he has now decided which direction is right for him.
Jamie Vizsy will have plenty of reason to celebrate when she completes her Personal Support Worker (PSW) program this month. The 25-year-old Brantford woman developed a ‘can do’ attitude to go back to school to upgrade as she sought to make a better life for herself and her young daughter, 4-year- old Cherish-Lyn.
Andrea McWilliams felt she was stuck, not going anywhere, until she went back to school as an adult.
When Stephanie Lerno was laid off in the spring of 2016, she soon saw it as an opportunity, not a defeat.
Marsha Haalstra career as a Personal Support Worker wouldn’t have been possible if she hadn’t gone back to school as an adult.
Thomas Anderson’s decision to go to school to study indigenous art is already paying dividends for his young artistic career.
It’s easy to notice the pride Miranda Afrasiabi has in herself for going to college and becoming a Registered Practical Nurse. While Miranda felt guilty for devoting less time to her children as she upgraded her high school marks and then attended two years of college, she knows it was the right decision.
The saying “It takes a village to . . .” has certainly been true for Shelly Hall as she has reinvented herself during mid-life through education. The 53-year-old Simcoe resident has a long list of people she thanks for helping her manage going back to school to embark on a career as a cook.
Rick Zandbergen is a big advocate for the underdog. It’s no wonder, since Rick is an underdog himself – someone who has overcome numerous obstacles in his life but has followed his dream regardless.