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  • A Different Kind of Jamaican Story
    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 A Different Kind of Jamaican Story Alumni News A Different Kind of Jamaican Story April 28 2014 A Different Kind of Jamaican Story When Jeremy Whittaker set out to make a film about his Jamaican homeland he was determined to tell a different kind of story Rather than violence and non stop action romance and music are front and centre of Jeremy s first feature film Destiny which opened the ReelWorld Film Festival in Toronto this month Based on a coming home story the film shows the rich diversity of the country s culture particularly the music says Jeremy who was born in Kingston Jamaica As a teenager Jeremy was shipped off to boarding school in Toronto where he had relatives living to help tame his wilder side After studying economics at the University of Toronto for a couple of years he wanted to pursue another direction so he returned to his homeland to decide what to do next Always interested in filmmaking Jeremy landed an internship at a media production house in Jamaica He started by rolling cables and soon learned how to set up an entire film set He was hooked So he returned to Canada with a plan to enter the film industry As luck would have it Sheridan was introducing the Communication Culture and Information Technology CCIT a joint program with the University of Toronto Mississauga UTM The CCIT program combined traditional academic arts courses with hands on instruction in digital media I jumped at this brand new opportunity I remember being blown away by all the programs that were at my fingertips at Sheridan It didn t feel like school anymore recalls Jeremy who graduated from the program in 2006 The professors were excellent particularly Kathleen Hearn While at Sheridan UTM he actively pursued internships completing stints at CBC and Universal Music After graduation Jeremy returned to Jamaica worked as a TV producer at a local station His lifelong passion for music led him to direct music videos one of which received a Jamaican music award in 2010 But Jeremy was determined to make films so he returned to Toronto and worked on a

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  • Do I need Life Insurance?
    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 Do I need Life Insurance Alumni News Do I need Life Insurance April 28 2014 We plan for many things in our lives such as our education and our careers but there are some things we simply cannot plan for Life insurance allows us to arrange financial help for those left behind so they can better manage through the unplanned The payout from a life insurance policy is typically tax free and can be used any way your beneficiary wishes This means the money can be used to pay any outstanding bills or debt left behind or can be used for ongoing living expenses The amount of life insurance you need depends on a number of factors ranging from the

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  • iPad Winner
    Book a tour Admissions Visit Sheridan Tour the Campus Campus Events Meet Sheridans STARs How to Apply Your Application Admission Requirements Offer of Admission Dates and Deadlines Second Career Mature Students Internationally Trained Individuals Why Sheridan International Centre Business Partners Current Students Future Students Assessment Centre Assessment Centre Test Details Assessment Centre Locations and Contacts Assessment Information Sessions English Proficiency Assessment Equivalency Tests Health Occupation Aptitude Examination Language Assessment and Essential Communication Skills Make Up Tests 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 iPad Winner Alumni News iPad Winner

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  • Fourteen alumni take home 2014 Canadian Screen Awards
    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 Fourteen alumni take home 2014 Canadian Screen Awards Alumni News Fourteen alumni take home 2014 Canadian Screen Awards March 26 2014 Fourteen Sheridan graduates have received Canadian Screen Awards which celebrate homegrown talent in front of the camera and behind the scenes in film television and digital media The Canadian Screen Awards CSAs were presented at a series of week long events culminating in the final broadcast gala on March 9 in Toronto This year s alumni winners represent a variety of Sheridan programs including media arts animation interactive multimedia art art history journalism and bachelor of design honours and their graduation years range from 1990 to 2007 First time nominee Aaron Shapero was thrilled to win a CSA especially for his contribution to a series that has made a difference to the lives of others The 2007 Media Arts grad received the award for Best Picture Editing in a Reality Competition Program or Series for Intervention Canada Tammy It s not every day that you can work on a series that gives families and individuals in dire need of help an opportunity to turn their lives around said Aaron Tammy s was a heart wrenching story that truly captured the essence of the show beginning with her overwhelming addiction to her ongoing recovery in the end Aaron called the win a huge honour for both him and John Watson the other editor who worked on the episode As much as I hoped I would win I didn t actually expect to hear the words and the winner is Aaron Shapero It was a surreal experience to be on stage accepting the award amongst all of the other incredibly talented filmmakers in the room Here s a list of all the Sheridan alumni who won Canadian Screen Awards Stephen Barden Media Arts 1995 Alex Bullick Computer Foundations 1999 Media Arts 2002 J R Fountain Media Arts 2001 and Jill Purdy Media Arts 1996 Best Achievement in Sound Editing for The Mortal Instruments City of Bones Peter Persaud Media Arts 1993 Best Achievement in Overall Sound for The Mortal Instruments City of Bones Ryan Andal Interactive

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  • Artist brings his northern adventure to Sheridan
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  • Sharing an Olympic Dream
    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 Sharing an Olympic Dream Alumni News Sharing an Olympic Dream March 26 2014 As the first reporter to interview Canadian skier Alexandre Bilodeau after he won Olympic gold in Sochi this past February Carly Agro had her own gold medal moment Carly a reporter and host for CBC Sports counts her conversation with the two time gold medallist as the highlight of her stint covering the 2014 Olympics Like most Canadians she was touched by the Olympian s commitment to his disabled brother Frederic during the 2010 Vancouver Games Alex got quite emotional when I asked him how soon he wanted to connect with his brother to share this victory When I thanked him for speaking with me he said the pleasure s all mine I will never forget it as long as I live Carly can add this dream assignment to her already impressive list of accomplishments With CBC Sports since 2012 she brings a background in sports broadcasting as well as high level amateur sports Carly can most often be found on the sports update desk filling viewers in on the latest news from the world of sports In November 2013 she got her first taste of rink side reporting during Hockey Night in Canada I was so excited and nervous I was scared but I knew I could do a good job Carly recalls She used the lessons gained from years as a competitive athlete to focus her energies and face such challenges Among her words of advice Accept that you are going to make mistakes You must be ready to handle that reality Carly grew up in Burlington and headed to university in the U S on soccer scholarships after high school first Miami then Baltimore She caught the journalism bug while working at Baltimore s NBC affiliate after graduating with a communications degree in 2007 A year later Carly headed back home to add Sheridan s practical education to her experience studying Journalism New Media Having worked for a year I knew exactly what I needed After leaving Sheridan I was able to add writing for broadcast shooting and editing to my resume Following her Sheridan graduation in 2009

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  • Alumni professionals help students map out career path
    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 Alumni professionals help students map out career path Alumni News Alumni professionals help students map out career path March 26 2014 Employment prospects are not as bleak as you think That s the message Tracy Ashton brought to students at the Faculty of Applied Science and Technology mentoring evening on March 25 The 2001 Chemical Engineering Technology Co op grad is a project leader at pharmaceutical company Apotex She was joined by industry professionals who provided snapshots of their experiences and advice for navigating today s work world It s not an easy job market But if you are interested in chemistry there are jobs out there I want students to know that the future is not so scary said Tracy Your Sheridan diploma will allow you to work in almost any lab giving you invaluable experience on the floor added Tracy who has worked for Apotex since graduation Moving from a junior to a senior chemist she is now leading efforts to enhance the quality and safety of Apotex products while reducing waste As they build their careers new graduates should remain in learning mode advises Tony Ijzerman Mechanical Engineering Technology 1983 Your first job even a very good one is just the start of your journey Continue to add value to your skills by expanding your knowledge said Tony who has earned several extra credentials over the decades and has most recently returned to Sheridan to study project management Now a consultant Tony has hired many people particularly during his 22 years with pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca where he held senior roles in building automation and engineering services Tracy agreed with Tony advising alumni to continue taking pride in their current work and its

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  • Stay humble and hungry, advise advertising alumni
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