I think back fondly on my time at King's! I found myself truly inspired by the material in my senior courses and excited to explore those interests further through the course-work. I also really appreciated my professors for their support and willingness to meet outside of class time and provide mentorship. Last but not least, I loved the small class sizes which allowed me to build lasting friendships with fellow classmates in the Psychology program.
Since graduating, I have returned to my home town in Northern Alberta. I am employed by a public school division as a School and Family Liaison. In this diverse role, I provide support for students in grades K-12 in seven rural schools, through classroom/group workshops, one-on-one counselling for low level social-emotional needs, and referrals to appropriate resources for students and their families. The most helpful thing I learned at King's that I take into my work is a humility for community-based knowledge. I'm not here to work on issues but rather, I have much listening to do to understand and support the communities I work within.