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Community Integration Through Cooperative Education Program

To the 2020 graduates of the Child and Youth Care, Early Childhood Education, Social Service Worker, Social Service Worker-Indigenous Specialization, Justice Studies, General Arts and Sciences, and CICE programs - Congratulations!

We are so glad you chose Sault College and we know that as you go forward in your careers or further your education, you will do so having earned an excellent foundation of skills and knowledge. Your graduating semester has been difficult to say the least, but we congratulate you on persevering. You are Amazing!

You can have confidence in knowing that you are well positioned to enter this next phase. Remember to apply what you have learned in the classroom and the field and have confidence in what you have achieved.

We hope you continue to excel in being your best and in helping others by showing compassion and concern in all that you do. We also thank you for your involvement in the various community outreach activities that were part of your experience. You worked hard for the betterment of yourselves and of our community. We are proud of your efforts.

We have enjoyed being part of your journey and encourage you to stay connected with us and each other.

All the best!

Martha Irwin, Chair, Community Services and Interdisciplinary Studies

“Like all explorers, we are drawn to discover what’s waiting out there without knowing yet if we have the courage to face it.” Pema Chodrӧn

When you began studies at Sault College, you were explorers, who were brave enough to enter an educational program, not knowing what to expect. Some of you left home to make this journey and many of you overcame huge challenges to complete the expedition. It is my hope, we have helped you realize your strengths and capitalize on your courage to go out into the world and continue your success.

I wish you all the very best of health and happiness.

Marilyn King, Dean, Health, Community Services & Interdisciplinary Studies

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Christopher Case

Community Integration Through Cooperative Education Program
The college experience is one that challenged me and one I am glad I had. I hope I never forget the friends, Professors or classes I was lucky to be part of, and take pride in the essays I wrote for film studies, as well as the scripts and short stories I wrote for writing classes. My one regret this year is that my Gradmother Jean Case, who passed in December isn't with us to see me graduate, but I can only hope I did her proud.

David Dorricott

Community Integration Through Cooperative Education Program

Kayla Grandinetti

Community Integration Through Cooperative Education Program, Honours
Kayla Grandinetti Personal support worker program Congratulations to all of my fellow graduates, we did it! A special thank you goes out to all of my teachers, family, and friends for supporting me through the whole process.

Liam McShane

Community Integration Through Cooperative Education Program
A special thank you to the CICE staff, my teachers and learning specialists, for all their help and support. I will miss you all. And I promise to keep cooking!

Cheryl Palen

Community Integration Through Cooperative Education Program, Honours
I wanted to thank everybody who was able to help me with all of my school work and achievements. I also want to wish all the new students good luck with the school year coming up. And thank you to Nancy and Velma for believing in me and helping me with whatever issues I had. Also a big thank you to my family and friends! Congratulations to everyone graduating this year

Mikeal Wilhelm

Community Integration Through Cooperative Education Program, Honours