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  • Alumni Gain Bird’s Eye View of The Canadian Open
    Life at Sheridan About Toronto GTA Campus Services Bookstore Conference and Events Services DineOnCampus Grenville Inter Campus Shuttle OneCard Parking Residence Early Childhood Centres Campus Security Services Sheridan Stories Student Services Career Centre Co operative Education First Year Experience Tutoring Library Services Student Advisement Accessible Learning Services Counselling Health Student Leadership Student Rights Responsibilities Office Theatre at Sheridan Sheridan TV Current Students International Centre Prospective Students Research Contact the Office of Undergraduate Research News Events Partnering with Sheridan Success Stories About Us Active Research Resources SOURCE Sheridan s Institutional Repository Working at Sheridan About Human Resources Careers at Sheridan Faculty and Staff Directory Human Resources Employment Information Occupational Health and Safety Athletics Campus Recreation Contact Us Better Bruin Fitness News Events News Releases Sheridan in the News Events Prospective Students Current Students International Students Continuing Education Students Parents Alumni Donors Employers Home Alumni Alumni News Alumni Gain Birds Eye View of The Canadian Open Alumni News Alumni Gain Birds Eye View of The Canadian Open September 05 2013 Sheridan alumni had an exclusive look inside the 2013 RBC Canadian Open at the Glen Abbey Golf Course in Oakville on July 24 From the Skybox Marquee VIP tent overlooking the 18th green guests took in the RBC Wealth Management Championship Pro Am which preceded the start of the 104th Canadian Open Championship PGA pros on hand at the Pro Am included Brandt Snedeker who went on to win the 2013 RBC Canadian Open 2012 Masters Champion Bubba Watson and tour veteran Vijay Singh The exclusive Sheridan alumni access to the RBC Wealth Management Championship Pro Am was thanks to RBC Canadian Open Tournament Director and 1981 business graduate Bill Paul Bill who also holds the title of Managing Director Professional Championships Golf Canada spoke of his passion for delivering this world

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  • Social Media Strategist on Whirlwind Speaking Tour
    Sheridan Student Assistance Program Financial Aid News OSAP Work Study Program Scholarships Awards and Bursaries Career Advisory Career Advising Services for Future Students Idea Generator Apply Now Book a tour Information for Parents Information for Counsellors Life at Sheridan About Toronto GTA Campus Services Bookstore Conference and Events Services DineOnCampus Grenville Inter Campus Shuttle OneCard Parking Residence Early Childhood Centres Campus Security Services Sheridan Stories Student Services Career Centre Co operative Education First Year Experience Tutoring Library Services Student Advisement Accessible Learning Services Counselling Health Student Leadership Student Rights Responsibilities Office Theatre at Sheridan Sheridan TV Current Students International Centre Prospective Students Research Contact the Office of Undergraduate Research News Events Partnering with Sheridan Success Stories About Us Active Research Resources SOURCE Sheridan s Institutional Repository Working at Sheridan About Human Resources Careers at Sheridan Faculty and Staff Directory Human Resources Employment Information Occupational Health and Safety Athletics Campus Recreation Contact Us Better Bruin Fitness News Events News Releases Sheridan in the News Events Prospective Students Current Students International Students Continuing Education Students Parents Alumni Donors Employers Home Alumni Alumni News Social Media Strategist on Whirlwind Speaking Tour Alumni News Social Media Strategist on Whirlwind Speaking Tour September 05 2013 Internet Marketing expert Tracy Repchuk spent July touring eight cities appearing on national and local television throughout the U S The 1985 Business Computer Systems grad dispensed advice ranging from social media safety tips to essential travel apps The best selling author s latest book 31 Days to Millionaire Marketing Miracles was released in August by John Wiley Sons Publishing and helps businesses and entrepreneurs move online and dominate their market During Tracy s summer media tour she took time out to help bridge the gap between parents and kids when it comes to social media safety Here are Tracy s Top Six Twitter Safety Tips for Children Select a good username It is best if children opt for a username that does not indicate age or gender They can make up a silly name or opt to be a character from a television show or a book that they enjoy Make it difficult for strangers to discern any information from the user name Protect your tweets Under Twitter Settings there is an option to make your account private This allows you to select only trusted family members and friends to view your child s tweets Don t use a real photo Have your child create a fun image that doesn t reveal what they look like who they are or the fact that they are a child Monitor online usage Use a filter application such as ReStream or Twalala to control what tweets they will see Tell them to let you know whenever they would like to use the site Consider not allowing your child to log in without you and make sure you are also connected to their account so you can see what s being said Consider a social media contract depending on the age so they

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  • Committed to Conservation
    Program Scholarships Awards and Bursaries Career Advisory Career Advising Services for Future Students Idea Generator Apply Now Book a tour Information for Parents Information for Counsellors Life at Sheridan About Toronto GTA Campus Services Bookstore Conference and Events Services DineOnCampus Grenville Inter Campus Shuttle OneCard Parking Residence Early Childhood Centres Campus Security Services Sheridan Stories Student Services Career Centre Co operative Education First Year Experience Tutoring Library Services Student Advisement Accessible Learning Services Counselling Health Student Leadership Student Rights Responsibilities Office Theatre at Sheridan Sheridan TV Current Students International Centre Prospective Students Research Contact the Office of Undergraduate Research News Events Partnering with Sheridan Success Stories About Us Active Research Resources SOURCE Sheridan s Institutional Repository Working at Sheridan About Human Resources Careers at Sheridan Faculty and Staff Directory Human Resources Employment Information Occupational Health and Safety Athletics Campus Recreation Contact Us Better Bruin Fitness News Events News Releases Sheridan in the News Events Prospective Students Current Students International Students Continuing Education Students Parents Alumni Donors Employers Home Alumni Alumni News Committed to Conservation Alumni News Committed to Conservation September 05 2013 Brian Baxter was managing a Mississauga restaurant when the 2008 economic meltdown hit and he lost his job I had to re evaluate what I was doing recalls Brian who had left his studies in the aerospace engineering program at Ryerson University to build a career in the hospitality industry With the help of the provincial Second Careers funding program he took another leap and returned to school So in essence I came full circle back to engineering It s a decision Brian doesn t regret as he has spent the last several years helping organizations reduce their carbon footprint I have the fortunate task of educating the public and businesses about the countless ways they can practice energy conservation and management says Brian who has been an Energy Solutions Analyst for Hydro One in Brampton since January 2013 Some of the most interesting and exciting aspects of this field are the emerging technologies Brian says From photo voltaic generation solar power and bio fuel to the possibilities of district heating and micro grids the applications of renewable energy sources are definitely encouraging The challenge lies in convincing companies to look at energy conservation initiatives with long term goals in mind adds Brian We need to alter the perception that these are considered one off projects and have the companies take a more holistic approach Before joining Hydro One Brampton Brian worked in energy auditing for both the Toronto Regional Conservation Authority and Sheridan s Centre for Sustainable Technologies Throughout this time he has seen the growth of the energy management industry thanks in large part to Ontario s Green Energy Act The Ontario Power Authority and in turn the local distribution companies have a mandate to help reduce energy use and establish a clean and cost effective power grid Companies will need skilled individuals able to navigate the incentive application process develop business cases for energy conservation

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  • Medal Recipient Worked at Five Olympic Games
    Fee Guide Academic Fees How to Pay Your Fees T2202A Tax Credit Financial Aid Awards Financial Aid Deadlines Sheridan Student Assistance Program Financial Aid News OSAP Work Study Program Scholarships Awards and Bursaries Career Advisory Career Advising Services for Future Students Idea Generator Apply Now Book a tour Information for Parents Information for Counsellors Life at Sheridan About Toronto GTA Campus Services Bookstore Conference and Events Services DineOnCampus Grenville Inter Campus Shuttle OneCard Parking Residence Early Childhood Centres Campus Security Services Sheridan Stories Student Services Career Centre Co operative Education First Year Experience Tutoring Library Services Student Advisement Accessible Learning Services Counselling Health Student Leadership Student Rights Responsibilities Office Theatre at Sheridan Sheridan TV Current Students International Centre Prospective Students Research Contact the Office of Undergraduate Research News Events Partnering with Sheridan Success Stories About Us Active Research Resources SOURCE Sheridan s Institutional Repository Working at Sheridan About Human Resources Careers at Sheridan Faculty and Staff Directory Human Resources Employment Information Occupational Health and Safety Athletics Campus Recreation Contact Us Better Bruin Fitness News Events News Releases Sheridan in the News Events Prospective Students Current Students International Students Continuing Education Students Parents Alumni Donors Employers Home Alumni Alumni News Medal Recipient Worked at Five Olympic Games Alumni News Medal Recipient Worked at Five Olympic Games September 05 2013 Aurel Hamran didn t know what to expect when he received a phone call in Spring 2013 from Marcel Aubut President of the Canadian Olympic Committee He certainly didn t imagine it was to congratulate him The registered massage therapist and faculty member at Edmonton s MacEwan University was surprised and humbled to learn that he had been chosen to receive a Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee medal for his invaluable contribution to the Canadian sport community I couldn t believe it me recalls Aurel The commemorative medal created in 2012 to mark the 60th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II s accession to the Throne was produced in part to honour significant contributions by Canadians across the country The Canadian Olympic Committee put forward Aurel s name and he is one of the 41 members of the Canadian sport community chosen receive the honour including Kathleen Heddle and Marnie McBean Aurel s career in sports massage therapy began following his graduation from Sheridan s Sports Injury Management program in 1988 having completed MacEwan s Massage Therapy program four years earlier He worked for the Edmonton Eskimos for a short time until he was appointed National Team Therapist by Swimming Canada in 1989 Aurel went on to work with the Canadian Swim Team at five Olympic Games three Pan Am Games 10 World Championships and seven Pan Pacific Championships Since 1986 he has been Team Therapist for the Edmonton Keyano Swim Club one of the top swim clubs in Canada Aurel has also served as President of the Canadian Sports Massage Therapists Association CSMTA for 12 years and has been instrumental in establishing the CSMTA national sport massage curriculum and certification program and

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  • Leading Alumni Offer Tips at Toronto Animation Arts Festival International
    Advising Services for Future Students Idea Generator Apply Now Book a tour Information for Parents Information for Counsellors Life at Sheridan About Toronto GTA Campus Services Bookstore Conference and Events Services DineOnCampus Grenville Inter Campus Shuttle OneCard Parking Residence Early Childhood Centres Campus Security Services Sheridan Stories Student Services Career Centre Co operative Education First Year Experience Tutoring Library Services Student Advisement Accessible Learning Services Counselling Health Student Leadership Student Rights Responsibilities Office Theatre at Sheridan Sheridan TV Current Students International Centre Prospective Students Research Contact the Office of Undergraduate Research News Events Partnering with Sheridan Success Stories About Us Active Research Resources SOURCE Sheridan s Institutional Repository Working at Sheridan About Human Resources Careers at Sheridan Faculty and Staff Directory Human Resources Employment Information Occupational Health and Safety Athletics Campus Recreation Contact Us Better Bruin Fitness News Events News Releases Sheridan in the News Events Prospective Students Current Students International Students Continuing Education Students Parents Alumni Donors Employers Home Alumni Alumni News Leading Alumni Offer Tips at Toronto Animation Arts Festival International Alumni News Leading Alumni Offer Tips at Toronto Animation Arts Festival International September 05 2013 Persistence and passion were among the messages top animation graduates shared as speakers and panelists at the Toronto Animation Arts Festival International TAAFI July 26 28 at the TIFF Bell Lightbox and Corus Quay Over 70 alumni got together at the event including 29 graduates who were speaking and screening their films Highlights of the TAAFI events A Look Inside Pixar Animation Studios Masterclass Pixar Animation Studios animator Benjamin Su Animation Classical 2002 shared stories and insights into one of the world s most exciting and beloved animation studios Read his tips for success Animation Life Drawing Masterclass Disney life drawing expert and Sheridan graduate Samantha Youssef Classical Animation 2001 demonstrated life

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  • Sheridan Alumnus & Writer/Director of Turbo Shares Secrets to His Success
    David Soren directing and writing Turbo was a dream come true And much like his story s main character a snail who sets his sights on racing glory Soren realized his ambition early on in life and tapped into the talent and determination needed to make it happen Produced by DreamWorks Turbo opened July 17 Whether you re directing animated or live action films the job of the director is to try to get people to care about the characters in your story Every creative decision should be geared towards that goal explains Soren Turbo is an underdog story To help audiences develop an emotional investment you need to create moments that allow them to root for your hero While Soren did not get accepted the first time he applied to Sheridan he persisted and completed the Animation Program at the head of his class I went to Sheridan because I wanted to tell stories and I wanted to do it through the medium of animation Soren was recruited by DreamWorks after graduation and over the years he has even returned to Sheridan as a DreamWorks representative to help recruit other budding stars to the company Soren recruited Jon Klassen who upon leaving DreamWorks has achieved great acclaim as a children s book author and illustrator Soren notes a number of firsts related to his film Turbo is not only Soren s major directorial debut it s also the first film by DreamWorks in which an artist has created written and directed It is incredibly rare to find both the creative genius and an outstanding writing ability in one person says Dr Angela Stukator Associate Dean at Sheridan College and head of the animation program Adds Soren The great thing about having the writing credit is that it allowed me to influence who was selected to provide the voices for the film From the outset when I was developing the characters I knew that I wanted Ryan Reynolds Snoop Dogg and Samuel Jackson and thankfully we got them Soren also appointed a number of other first timers to major roles on the film including the head of story editor and the production designer They were the best people for the job he declared At least 11 Sheridan grads worked on the movie While competition for Turbo will certainly be tough in a summer filled with animated blockbuster sequels that enjoy the advantage of familiar characters and established audiences Soren does concede when pressed I m pretty proud of this one Among the nicest feedback he s gotten so far has been an observation by the film s composer Henry Jackman Henry pulled me aside after a screening and said Wow This is a character story cleverly disguised as a big summer blockbuster During the production process Soren also met Steven Spielberg who gave him phenomenal notes on the film a summary of his invaluable instincts He told me I d done a wonderful job directing the movie He loved the

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  • No Bad Dogs: Tapping into the Growing Need for Home Pet Care | Alumni News | Alumni | Sheridan College
    Conference and Events Services DineOnCampus Grenville Inter Campus Shuttle OneCard Parking Residence Early Childhood Centres Campus Security Services Sheridan Stories Student Services Career Centre Co operative Education First Year Experience Tutoring Library Services Student Advisement Accessible Learning Services Counselling Health Student Leadership Student Rights Responsibilities Office Theatre at Sheridan Sheridan TV Current Students International Centre Prospective Students Research Contact the Office of Undergraduate Research News Events Partnering with Sheridan Success Stories About Us Active Research Resources SOURCE Sheridan s Institutional Repository Working at Sheridan About Human Resources Careers at Sheridan Faculty and Staff Directory Human Resources Employment Information Occupational Health and Safety Athletics Campus Recreation Contact Us Better Bruin Fitness News Events News Releases Sheridan in the News Events Prospective Students Current Students International Students Continuing Education Students Parents Alumni Donors Employers Home Alumni Alumni News No Bad Dogs Tapping into the Growing Need for Home Pet Care Alumni News No Bad Dogs Tapping into the Growing Need for Home Pet Care August 14 2013 In today s hectic world it s tough to find the time to give our pets the care and exercise they deserve The popularity of dog walking and sitting services has grown over the past few years as busy people look for ways to keep their pets healthy and happy In fact it was long work days away from her dog that prompted Stephanie Krilavicius to start her own company last year I was quite frustrated at the lack of affordable pet care services in my area I then realized that I had enough knowledge and experience to start my own business says the 2008 Animal Care graduate Her company Golden Paws is a dog walking and pet sitting service based in Bolton Ontario The most popular services she offers are pet sitting and puppy

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  • Building Digital Media Leaders (BDML): Free Courses at TIFF Bell Lightbox | Alumni News | Alumni | Sheridan College
    Student Rights Responsibilities Office Theatre at Sheridan Sheridan TV Current Students International Centre Prospective Students Research Contact the Office of Undergraduate Research News Events Partnering with Sheridan Success Stories About Us Active Research Resources SOURCE Sheridan s Institutional Repository Working at Sheridan About Human Resources Careers at Sheridan Faculty and Staff Directory Human Resources Employment Information Occupational Health and Safety Athletics Campus Recreation Contact Us Better Bruin Fitness News Events News Releases Sheridan in the News Events Prospective Students Current Students International Students Continuing Education Students Parents Alumni Donors Employers Home Alumni Alumni News Building Digital Media Leaders BDML Free Courses at TIFF Bell Lightbox Alumni News Building Digital Media Leaders BDML Free Courses at TIFF Bell Lightbox June 24 2013 Producers Production Managers Assistant Production Managers and Department Supervisors who are looking to advance in their careers in digital media are invited to attend a pilot program being offered by Sheridan College and Digital Media Industry of Ontario DMIO formerly known as Computer Animation Studios of Ontario to be held at the TIFF Bell Lightbox this fall The program is being generously supported by the Ontario Media Development Corporation OMDC on behalf of the Ministry of Tourism Culture and Sport Building Digital Media Leaders BDML is a two day event that will cover three essential courses aimed at enhancing leadership capabilities dynamic communications leading teams and proactive pipeline management Registration details will be announced in July for a September intake For a limited time only this program is being offered free of charge Rapid advances in technology are creating exciting opportunities in film and television game design and interaction design says Sylvia Lowndes Dean of the Faculty of Continuing and Professional Studies at Sheridan College Sheridan is in a unique position to respond As one of Canada s leading digital media postsecondary institutions we have a deep seeded appreciation for creative industries We also have significant expertise in delivering professional education courses that can help people gain the skills and knowledge they need to stay current and advance in their life goals and careers Our industry has grown organically over the past two decades and more dramatically over the past five years says Neishaw Ali President of Digital Media Industry Ontario DMIO formerly known as Computer Animation Studios Ontario CASO It is very encouraging to see that our post secondary education institutions have recognized this and are enhancing their curriculum Even more importantly collaborating with the Industry to establish best practices as they will be producing the future leaders of our community We are extremely supportive of this initiative by Sheridan and look forward to our members participation By investing in programs like Building Digital Media Leaders OMDC aims to encourage collaboration and foster new business partnerships that encourage growth across Ontario s creative media industries says Karen Thorne Stone OMDC President and CEO It is our belief that this initiative will lead to innovative developments in content and technology which in turn will help to ensure that Ontario

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