Donna Dawson spent 35 years as a public health nurse and while she loved her work, she also loved music.
Many people have a mid-life epiphany that they should have followed their dream to pursue their passion in the arts. Darrell Pidner had the opposite experience.
Without the support of her family, Vanessia Baker found life as a student in her early twenties a real financial struggle.
Sgt. David Jones of the Edmonton Police Services is racking up the Airmiles commuting to Cambridge University in the UK as he undertakes a Master’s in Applied Criminology and Police Management.
Leanne Miller only applied to university because she was sure she would NOT get in. Imagine her surprise when MacEwan University accepted her application to the Public Relations program!
As a young mother with a special needs child, Rdina Danaf took the brave step of returning to the classroom. Her seven year journey started at NorQuest College with academic upgrading.
For forty years, Gordon Holub battled serious addictions. In his early fifties, he got clean and decided it was time to try a new path at NorQuest College.
Before Jessica Kelly decided to become an electrician, she had tried almost everything. Now, she’s in her 2nd year towards earning her journeyman papers.
Cary Williams has a plan for pretty much everything! This Certified Financial Planner is about to complete a close to a decade long journey to achieve his Chartered Investment Manager designation.
Former radio exec turned podcast host, Katrina Ingram explains why she left the media world to return to school and pursue a master’s degree. Special guests Jane Duffy and Kaly Vittala share their experiences in the MACT Program at the U of A.
Coming soon...Back to School Again. A podcast for mid-life learners. Generously supported by the team at NorQuest College.