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Donor Snapshot

Alison Jackson

How Alison Jackson makes a difference in the classroom and beyond

Alison Jackson bleeds double blue. She first came to Sheridan as an IT Support Services student and graduated in 2002. While she was here, she served as vice-president of the Sheridan Student Union. Then, in 2005, she returned to work in student affairs. She’s worked in several student advisory roles including as an Embedded Advisor in the Faculty of Applied Health and Community Studies, and she is now a Student Rights and Responsibilities Officer at the Hazel McCallion Campus. Plus, she teaches part time in the Pilon School of Business.

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gardaworld award of excellence recipients

Sheridan celebrates academic achievement

Thanks to the generous support of our alumni, industry partners, staff, faculty, and friends of the College, in 2019 more than 700 awards were handed out at 20 ceremonies, providing a total of $375,000 to talented Sheridan students who excelled in their designated programs.

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Entrepreneurship, Community and Giving Back

Driven by a lifelong conviction to give back, the Lebanese-Canadian entrepreneur hopes to encourage fellow entrepreneurs and new Canadians to give back too, and strengthen his community through partnership.

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Alzheimer Society of Peel

Building opportunities for students

The Alzheimer Society of Peel and Sheridan’s partnership is providing students with high-quality placements on the sector’s front line, access to the latest best practices in the field, and the chance to celebrate student excellence through financial support.

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The play's the thing

Bob Cook is not entirely sure what prompted him to sign up for a Theatre Sheridan season six years ago, but he’s sure of one thing – he was hooked from the first performance. From that day on, he has been a regular donor to Theatre Sheridan.

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RBC supports Sheridan's career-ready program

Helping students become career-ready

Initiated in 2017, Future Launch is a 10-year, $500-million program that aims to help young people gain access and opportunity to necessary skills, job experience and networks required for their future careers. Sheridan is the fortunate recipient of this gift, that will support two Future Launch initiatives.

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