Where are they now?

Some of our graduates have shared the impact of the program on their personal and professional lives.  

Nehi' Patrick Igbinijesu2020-21ResearchHOME AND THE HINTERLAND: REFLECTIONS OF A NIGERIAN INTELLECTUAL IN ANISHINAABE TERRITORYI plan to pursue a Ph.D with the degree from the program
Nusrat Haider Khan2019-21PracticumNorthwestern Ontario Women's Centre & Northwestern Ontario Legal Clinic for Migrants and Refugees.Networking through the practicum stream. 
Valeria Panina2016-18Creative Project"Embracing my Body: A Journey"I have acquired a BEd since and am currently working as a supply teacher in Simcoe County. This degree has enabled me to bring a social justice approach to teaching, by being aware of the social location of my students and being able to support them holistically.
Elyse Cottrell-Martin2017-19Research Project Barriers to Emergency Health Care in Thunder Bay for People With Chronic IllnessesIt allowed me to get a career as a Program Evaluator at CAMH in their Provincial System Support Program 
Mehdia Hassan2017-19Creative and Research StreamsShowing Artful Inquiry: Investigating the Mental Wellbeing of St. James Town Area Youth Through Community Participation in Painting ActivitiesMy degree has enabled me to pursue my PhD in Social Justice Education at OISE, University of Toronto.
Jennifer Chapman2019-21PracticumUnique Get Together Society - Virtual - VancouverThis program has opened up employment opportunities for me.
Sam Karschti2016-18Course work I currently work as a research and administrative assistant at CRaNHR (Thunder Bay campus)
Jenna Johns2016-18Course work Deeper understanding of my own social location, self reflexivity, and how I do/can/should intersect with the world and people around me.