Success Magazine

A Nurse’s Healing Journey

Lovee Sidhu has always supported and made a difference in the lives of those she loves. As a Registered Psychiatric Nurse, Lovee is now able to help others on a professional level in a career she loves.

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A world of opportunities

Wanting to learn about business and the global economy, Valentin took his first step toward becoming an entrepreneur by moving to Canada. He chose Stenberg College’s Business Diploma – Marketing Specialization program.

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What a teacher learned from her students

Coming from a family with a deep-rooted background in education, Zahra Albalooshi has an appreciation for learning and teaching. Some girls dream of becoming princesses, but Zahra dreamed of becoming a professor.

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From tragedy to triumph

Megan is a successful graduate of Stenberg College’s Nursing Unit Clerk Diploma program. Read her story today!

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Clerk before you leap

Jasleen is a successful graduate of Stenberg College’s Hospital Support Specialist Diploma program to become a Hospital Clerk. Read her story today!

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Fairy tales do come true

Gurpreet found Stenberg College’s Medical Lab Assistant (MLA) Diploma program. “I wanted to work in health care but I wanted a quick program. I had tried other jobs but didn’t feel fulfilled.” Almost immediately after starting the MLA program, Gurpreet regained her sense of purpose.

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With an open heart and an open door

Jes excelled at harnessing external resources, such as community services and family support. However, something was missing. She recognized that having the ability to support clients’ internal resources, such as resiliency and emotions, could create permanent change.

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“Get this girl a cape”

Megan is a successful graduate of Stenberg College’s Therapeutic Recreation Assistant Diploma program. Read her story today!

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The art of teaching: Philippa perfects her craft in support of children

Trained as an artist, Philippa Glossop never imagined a career as an educator. However, a request from a neighbour to teach her daughter to draw changed all that. From that moment, Philippa found joy and purpose in teaching. Filled with inspiration, Philippa transitioned her art studio into an after-school program. “I wanted to make a difference in the world,” she says with certainty.

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The transformative power of education

Nelofar Rahimi, or Nelly as friends know her, was born in Pakistan, the child of Afghan refugees. When she was just five years old, Nelly and her family immigrated to Canada and settled in Burnaby. Recalling the sacrifices her parents made to get her and her three younger siblings to Canada, Nelly tears up. “As a child, I never realized

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