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  • Library Techniques Alumni Return to Campus | Alumni News | Alumni | Sheridan College
    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 Library Techniques Alumni Return to Campus Alumni News Library Techniques Alumni Return to Campus December 05 2011 Graduates of the Library Techniques program gathered to reconnect with old friends on November 17th at the Trafalgar Campus Library Held in conjunction with Library Awareness Week which occurs every Fall the reunion featured a presentation from Sheridan s own Director of Library Services Joan Sweeney Marsh She explored the relevance of libraries in today s modern technology focused world in her presentation entitled Libraries in the Age of Facebook May I Be Your Friend Sheridan s Director of Library Services for the past 18 months Joan began her career as an Arts Librarian at the Toronto Reference Library before moving into one

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  • Fast Track to Success | Alumni News | Alumni | Sheridan College
    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 Fast Track to Success Alumni News Fast Track to Success December 05 2011 Back in 2004 Anju Kohli felt like she was facing a brick wall at every turn Trained in advanced computer studies in her native India and armed with experience both there and in the United States she was living in Mississauga and eager to step into the Canadian workforce But Canadian companies did not recognize her credentials and Anju was unable to find work in her field It didn t help that her previous management position in the U S took her even further away from the hands on IT work experience that employers were looking for Not a particularly good recipe for success in a sector characterized by rapid change It seemed like every step forward I made was followed by five steps back said Anju now in Production Support for the VISA Technology Department at TD Bank At first I found it very depressing I was dipping into an ever decreasing bank account and working a variety of jobs unrelated to my field including a stint at a coffee shop Enter Sheridan College and the Fast Track to Technology Occupations program FTTO Anju enrolled in the FTTO Computer Science Technology program funded in part by the Ontario government Having gained advanced entry into year two of the three year program Anju went on to graduate at the top of her class receiving several academic awards including the President s Silver Medal She welcomed the program s co op work placements which gave her the domestic experience she needed to start building a career in Canada Following graduation she was snapped up by CIBC for a contract position which was followed by the opportunity to join TD Not that there weren t a few bumps in the road however Life at Sheridan was quite a change from Anju s student days in India The age and cultural disparities were significant challenges she

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  • 650 Flock to Toronto Animation Industry Night | Alumni News | Alumni | Sheridan College
    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 650 Flock to Toronto Animation Industry Night Alumni News 650 Flock to Toronto Animation Industry Night December 05 2011 The Toronto animation community turned out by the hundreds to the Toronto Animation Arts Festival International TAAFI Industry Night last month Young animators and seasoned veterans alike were among the steady stream of 650 guests who packed two floors of the Vogue Supper Club on November 10th to reconnect with colleagues from other shops and press the flesh with potential employers The event helped raise funds for the new festival which will be held on June 2nd and 23rd at the TIFF Bell Lightbox TAFFI Co founder 2002 Animation grad Ben McEvoy was thrilled with the turnout at the event which clearly struck a nerve with the 4 000 strong animation community in Toronto and the GTA Although they have close ties to their college and previous work colleagues many animators

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  • Global Visions | Alumni News | Alumni | Sheridan College
    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 Global Visions Alumni News Global Visions November 03 2011 Mark Zelinski has spent over 35 years photographing people and places all over the world and now many of his images are returning to the countries he visited Through his company From the Heart Publishing Mark is donating 7 000 copies of his photography books Untitled One Small Flame and From the Field to international children s charities The three compelling editions capture life in more than 70 countries on seven continents Canadian Red Cross SOS Children s Villages UNICEF Free the Children Seeds of Hope and Rotary Club International are among the charities receiving the books Mark has already sent over 4 000 books overseas using funds he raised selling the books throughout Canada over the past year He will be presenting books to various charities throughout southern Ontario during November Chapters Brampton Nov 5 Indigo Milton Nov 6 Chapters St Catharines Nov 12 Chapters Waterloo Nov 19 A highlight of his tour so far has been a visit from Quebec MP Justin Trudeau who joined Mark during his stop in Ottawa on October 20 A strong supporter of Canadian youth volunteer work Justin Trudeau wrote the foreword to Mark s book One Small Flame about educator Kurt Hahn who helped found the Outward Bound organization The books are now being used by orphanage schools in India Indonesia Cambodia Haiti and Lesotho as well libraries in Ethiopia International children s charities also sell the books in Canada to raise funds for work abroad The success of this initiative in a relatively short time is very gratifying says Mark I think we need to see the human race as a family and it s exciting for me to use my photography books as a gift for children and a tool for charities to help people every day around the world I ve seen many societies that lack the basics that we take for granted and children

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  • Film Series Focuses on Ethics in Business | Alumni News | Alumni | Sheridan College
    Mature Student Testing What to Bring When You Write Your Test 2015 2016 Academic Calendar Fees and Finances Domestic 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 Film Series Focuses on Ethics in Business Alumni News Film Series Focuses on Ethics in Business November 03 2011 Sheridan is tackling the timely subject of ethics in business in a Tuesday evening film series at the Hazel McCallion Campus in Mississauga Hosted by Faculty of Business Dean Bill Holmes the film series covers a number of issues in business ethics from corporate responsibility to social media Alumni are welcome According to Bill Holmes the series aims to place business into a

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  • ART-ADVENTURE DOC INTO THE ARCTIC II KICKS OFF FILM TOUR | Alumni News | Alumni | Sheridan College
    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 ART ADVENTURE DOC INTO THE ARCTIC II KICKS OFF FILM TOUR Alumni News ART ADVENTURE DOC INTO THE ARCTIC II KICKS OFF FILM TOUR November 03 2011 Film to Air at Oakville s SilverCity Cinema on December 7 and CBC Documentary Channel on December 12 Cory Trepanier explores the wild places in Canada capturing the exquisite natural beauty and raw power on canvas all while filming his adventures as he travels His second documentary Into the Arctic II premiered in Cory s hometown of Caledon Ontario on October 20 The premiere kicked off a film tour that will eventually find its way back to remote Iqaluit the gateway for his incredible journey The film lands in Oakville on December 7 at the Silvercity Cinemas on Wyecroft Road Into the Arctic II is the second chapter of a story that began in 2006 In his first film Into the Arctic the 1988 Art Fundamentals grad is joined by his wife and their two young daughters His family returned from the unforgiving north with harrowing stories of grizzly bear encounters a massive storm and many breathtaking oil paintings by Cory The 90 minute film depicts the rare beauty of a landscape few families ever get the opportunity to explore Cory knew that he would need to leave his family behind on his next adventure even further north The dangers of travelling in the remote wilderness with no access to civilization for emergencies and the sheer physical magnitude of his ambitious journey dictated their absence for this expedition During his three months of trekking through 12 Arctic locations Cory encountered polar bears and Arctic wolves He explored Mount Thor the highest sheer rock face in the world painted at the edge of Wilberforce Falls the highest waterfall in the world above the Arctic Circle all with his easel and canvasses strapped to his back

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  • Alumni Revisit the Old Haunts at Pub Night | Alumni News | Alumni | Sheridan College
    Finances Domestic 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 Alumni Revisit the Old Haunts at Pub Night Alumni News Alumni Revisit the Old Haunts at Pub Night November 03 2011 Grads shared wings beer music and memories at Sheridan s second Alumni Pub Night for 2000 2010 grads held on October 19 Tours games and giveaways were also part of the fun at the event held at the Marquee the Trafalgar Road Campus pub formerly known as Connexions and The Cage Grads got a chance to revisit the old haunts and see how the place has changed since they wandered the halls courtesy of students who led tours

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  • Aboriginal Alumni Bring Traditional Messages to Modern Art | Alumni News | Alumni | Sheridan College
    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 Aboriginal Alumni Bring Traditional Messages to Modern Art Alumni News Aboriginal Alumni Bring Traditional Messages to Modern Art November 03 2011 Alumni expressed their aboriginal roots at the Many Voices art exhibit at the Sheridan Gallery last month The first of its kind for Sheridan the exhibit featured five participants whose work views traditional aboriginal values through a modern lens Alana MacLeod Applied Photography 2005 and Textile Design 2010 Tannis Nielsen Art and Art History 2002 and Amanda Strong Applied Photography 2005 Alana McLeod Applied Photography 2005 and Textile Design 2010 Alana is a textile maker and designer of Cree and Scottish descent living in Toronto In 2008 Alana was awarded a National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation scholarship Combining her loves of photography and textiles Alana uses imagery from her heritage including the Northern Ontario landscape to create textile based art Coming from a family of fur traders wilderness tour guides hunters and quilt makers I choose natural materials for their authenticity quality and sustainability says Alana Working with textiles

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