Checking with two great friends, one old and one new.
The chromebook program continues to grow, and we check in with a medical student from Lower Bay.
Troubling times deserve resilient people. The COVID crisis? We’ve go this.
Can there be any better story than learning to read?
We look back at the people and the work of a year.
She’s top of her class, and gaining work experience at a local restaurant. When we visited a few weeks ago she was apprenticing at Joey Barlow, voted in a magazine readers poll as one of the best restaurants in the city, as well as working shifts in the Highwood, a fine-dining restaurant on campus.
Often the barriers to education to students in the Caribbean are surprising to people who haven’t experienced them first hand.
Taking stock of local initiatives for change.
As students develop the knowledge and skills of growing and taking care of a garden, their confidence grows, too.
Are there better stories than this? Let us know if there are, as we’d like to hear them: local children gain the power of advocacy, and Kadeen delivers a valedictory speech to his class at flight school.
A great program, and a profile of a beloved volunteer.
Programs that make use of local talent to approach global problems.
Save the date to change the world.
We follow two students as they go to school.
A profile of one of the best, and sharing the love of reading.
Gabby Ollivierre’s first real experience of snow came with a freak storm that hit Calgary on October 2. It was also the beginning of a new life.
The more you know about the Learning Centre, the happier you’ll be.
We’re away! The launch of a new name and a new program.