Spotlights

Angelica Gibson

My name is Angelica Gibson and I am a graduate of Walkerville Collegiate High School Centre for the Creative Arts. Since graduating, I have been attending St. Clair College pursuing an Advanced Business Diploma in Business Administration - Accounting with the opportunity to earn a joint Bachelor of Commerce Degree from Nippissing University in one additional year at St. Clair College. I aspire to be a Chartered Accountant. In attending Walkerville Collegiate High School Centre for the Creative Arts piano program, I hope to continue to play occasionally for @The Historic Sandwich Baptist Church as well as in the community, possibly teaching and inspiring youth to pursue learning how to play the piano as well. Angelica is part of the Talbot Family. Angelica received the Evelyn & Lornie Hurst Sr. Memorial Bursary.

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Isaac Harris

My name is Isaac Harris and I am a graduate of Sandwich Secondary School. Since graduating, I have been attending the University of Windsor majoring in business with a co-op at the Odette School of Business. With this degree, I hope to become a successful entrepreneur who can give back to the community and provide opportunities to those in need. I am a firm believer that anyone can succeed when given the chance and employing people that may struggle to find work or who are less fortunate is a great way to give back and lift others up. As an individual of African Canadian descent, I feel a strong desire to help racialized community members who often face additional challenges. I plan to use my education in business administration to provide support to my community and accomplish my goal. I am also a member of the University of Windsor's Baseball team. Isaac received the Glendora Watkins memorial scholarship

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Isabella Ristic

I am a graduate of E.J. Lajeunesse High School. Since graduating, I have been attending the University of Waterloo pursuing a Honours degree in Chemical Engineering. I have interests in producing biomaterials and sustainable alternatives for plastic. I have been interested in this field since I was 15, and I have been able to further discover the possibilities that this career has. I am interested in developing biomaterials that can be used in the medical field, such as vaccine manufacturing and nanotechnology for medicine. I also am interested In developing polymers and materials that can replace plastic, which would be helpful in the war on climate change and making our way of life more sustainable. Isabella is part of the Walls Family. Isabella received both the Eleanore Patricia Alexander Scholarship and the Ada & Leo Ellsworth STEM Memorial Bursary.

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