Jarrett is an experienced student attending Algonquin College for public relations.
In 2012, Jarrett transitioned from working in freelance photography to restarting his education in museum studies. Working in the museum field brought his attention to the function of public relations; he felt his work experience and interests could sensibly tie with this occupation.
Jarrett writes about film, lives healthily, and believes being in the outdoors is the most energizing and grounding thing you can do.
Though his background is in marketing management and business, Simon was driven to the public relations field because he loves communicating with people.
Simon loves to indulge his creative side and is passionate about music, graphic design, and creative marketing strategy. He’s brought this creativity to his diverse work experience, which ranges from event management to public relations for NGOs and non-profit organizations.
Throughout high school he was an active member of the student council, and in his senior year his peers elected him student body president.
In 2009, Dylan and ten other students organized a building brigade trip to Nuevo Paraiso, Honduras with the charity, Friend of Honduran Children. Later, in 2012, he was hand picked to go to Indiana, U.S. with five other student leaders from Algonquin College to participate in NODA-R7 conference.
Dylan has obtained his Smart Serve and is qualified with CPR – Level C and First Aid. Dylan’s hobbies and interests include the performing arts, networking, and maintaining a healthy active lifestyle.
Laura is a graduate of The Quinte Ballet School of Canada in Belleville, Ontario. She went on to study psychology at Carleton University and she is now furthering her education at Algonquin College in public relations.
In August 2008, Laura was offered a spot to go train with Les Grandes Ballet Canadiens in Montreal, Canada. Laura was a private ballet coach for the Ontario competitive gymnasts at STARS Gym Club. She has won awards for public speaking and speeches, she has won citizenship awards, and has won many awards throughout her professional dance career.
Laura loves to write, work with people, and travel. Her dreams are to start her public relations career in Australia. Laura continues to strive for success in all aspects of her life whether it’s dance, school, or her workplace.
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Veronique Simard studies public relations at Algonquin College.
She is driven and prides herself on her ability to dive into projects headfirst. Having been raised equally in French and in English, she considers the cognitive advantages of bilingualism one of her biggest strengths, applicable to Canada’s public relations industry and its cultural openness.
Veronique is passionate about the arts and has a background in theatre but has decided to set it aside and focus on applying the skills she has acquired to catapult herself into the public relations and communications industries.
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Megan is an ambitious student currently studying public relations. She is an enthusiastic individual who hopes to break into the dynamic industry when she graduates next Spring.
She is detail-oriented, creative and enjoys writing and working in a challenging team-based environment. These qualities are what lead her to the public relations industry.
Megan is an avid admirer of the fashion and entertainment industry. She considers herself a media enthusiast, constantly keeping up with current trending topics.
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