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David Zechel

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Graduation Year

  • HBSc 1995 Innis College

Inside the Classroom

Outside the Classroom

Further Education

Career Accomplishments

In the Media

Hume Martin

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Graduation Year

  • BA 1968 Innis College

Outside the Classroom

  • Hockey
  • Literary club

Further Education

Career Accomplishments

In the Media

“Be more self-disciplined as an undergrad.”

Briane Nasimok

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Graduation Year

  • BA 1973 Innis College

Inside the Classroom

  • General Arts/Interdisciplinary Studies

Outside the Classroom

Career Accomplishments

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“Do not let the fear of failing stop you from pursuing your dreams. Attack your goals with passion.

Andrea L. K. Johnston

First Nations affiliation: Chippewas of Nawash

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Graduation Year

  • BA 2002 Innis College

Inside the Classroom

Outside the Classroom

  • Worked full-time at an Indigneous Firm conducting policy research and program evaluation while studying at the University of Toronto part-time

Career Accomplishments

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“Get involved as early as possible in the world of work and feed into your CV.

Lisa Francis-Jennings

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Graduation Year

  • BA 1981 Innis College

Inside the Classroom

Switched programs from: Accounting

Outside the Classroom

Further Education

Career Accomplishments

  • Owner, StratAffect
  • Leadership Programme Partner, Odgers Berndtson Luxembourg
  • Manager of client services
  • Training & development design & implementation, organisational change, leadership assessment & development

In the Media

“Financial courses will be useful no matter what you end up doing in the future. It is a great base for most careers and critical if you ever plan to start your own business.”

Webnesh Haile

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Graduation Year

  • HBSc 2009 Innis College

Inside the Classroom

Switched programs from:

Alongside the Classroom

Outside the Classroom

Further Education

Career Accomplishments

In the Media

“1. Keep taking on new challenges. I learned almost as much from my extracurricular activities and student jobs as I did from my undergraduate degree.
2. Mental health is important. Take care of yours and don’t be afraid to ask for help.
3. If you want to go to graduate school or a post-secondary program, it’s usually important to make sure you keep your marks up. You may not be thinking about this in first or second year, but it never hurts to try and keep those doors open in future.
4. If something is not working, don’t be afraid to switch programs. I did that after second year and it was a great decision for me.

Ted Kalaboukis

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Graduation Year

  • HBA 1987 Innis College

Inside the Classroom

Outside the Classroom

Further Education

Career Accomplishments

In the Media

“Take risks when young to explore career options.

Simon Erlich

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Graduation Year

  • HBA 2014 Innis College

Inside the Classroom

Switched programs from:

Outside the Classroom

Further Education

Career Accomplishments

In the Media

“The university is a diverse place with diverse people. Take advantage of that by learning from those around you and engaging in the immense variety of opportunities. Whatever you do, do not just stay in your room and study; the world requires you to do much more than describe the Theory of Relativity or the stylistic prose of Mark Twain.”

Amit Unadkat

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Graduation Year

  • BASc 2014 Innis College

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Alongside the Classroom

  • Professional Experience Year (PEY) at Deloitte

Outside the Classroom

Career Accomplishments

In the Media

“Focus on your grades, build good routines and habits, find your life-long friends, try new things, continue to learn after you graduate!”

Ibraheem Aziz

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Graduation Year

  • BCom 2019 Innis College

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Alongside the Classroom

Outside the Classroom

Career Accomplishments

In the Media

” Work hard and trust the process. Don’t be afraid to try new things, and believe in your own abilities to excel. It won’t always be an easy ride, but if you cultivate a strong work ethic, it will support your academic, professional, and personal development. “