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  • Brielle Rae Perlett

    Brielle Rae Perlett - For this Métis student, the goal was simple: Get a formal education and expand horizons. And that’s exactly what Brielle achieved. “I chose Sask Polytech because I wasn’t going to be a face among a sea of faces. I felt as though the classes could teach me formal skills that could be applied almost anywhere,” she says. “With a formal education, I feel more confident in myself and in my abilities.”

  • Cassandra Kowalchuk

    Cassandra Kowalchuk - Cassandra describes her successful educational career as a joint effort and the result of supportive classmates and dedicated instructors. “I was missing essential courses, yet still being welcomed by the department head and by advisors,” she says. “They steered me in the right direction to get the credits I needed in order to move forward and they made sure I had what I needed to succeed.”

  • Chelsea Murray

    Chelsea Murray - When the going gets tough, Chelsea gets going. But, she says, she can’t take all the credit. “I was scared and going through a lot of personal issues when I first started school. Everyone pulled together to help me get settled and on my way and inspired me to succeed in this program,” says Chelsea, a Métis woman.

  • Clarence Morin

    Clarence Morin - If Clarence could go back in time and give himself one piece of advice it would be pretty simple: Work harder and keep going - you’ll get through it.

Brielle Rae Perlett

Brielle Rae Perlett

Communications and Marketing - December 6, 2017

For this Métis student, the goal was simple: Get a formal education and expand horizons. And that’s exactly what Brielle achieved. “I chose Sask Polytech because I wasn’t going to be a face among a sea of faces. I felt as though the classes could teach me formal skills that could be applied almost anywhere,” she says. “With a formal education, I feel more confident in myself and in my abilities.”

tags: Indigenous


Cassandra Kowalchuk

Cassandra Kowalchuk

Communications and Marketing - December 6, 2017

Cassandra describes her successful educational career as a joint effort and the result of supportive classmates and dedicated instructors. “I was missing essential courses, yet still being welcomed by the department head and by advisors,” she says. “They steered me in the right direction to get the credits I needed in order to move forward and they made sure I had what I needed to succeed.”

tags: Indigenous


Chelsea Murray

Chelsea Murray

Communications and Marketing - December 6, 2017

When the going gets tough, Chelsea gets going. But, she says, she can’t take all the credit. “I was scared and going through a lot of personal issues when I first started school. Everyone pulled together to help me get settled and on my way and inspired me to succeed in this program,” says Chelsea, a Métis woman.

tags: Indigenous


Clarence Morin

Clarence Morin

Communications and Marketing - December 6, 2017

If Clarence could go back in time and give himself one piece of advice it would be pretty simple: Work harder and keep going - you’ll get through it.

tags: Indigenous


Conner Lapointe

Conner Lapointe

Communications and Marketing - December 6, 2017

Before Conner started the Instrumentation Engineering Technology program, he had to complete a few prerequisites in the Adult Education program. “It was really good for me because I could work full time and still take classes at night. The transition to post-secondary was seamless, thanks to Sask Polytech,” says Conner.

tags: Indigenous


Cristina Crowe

Cristina Crowe

Communications and Marketing - December 6, 2017

Cristina had such great memories of attending Sask Polytech to upgrade her education in 2009, that when she started to explore her options to advance her career, it wasn’t difficult to choose where to go.

tags: Indigenous


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