Tell Us Your Stories

We’d love to learn more about what you are doing. Tell us more about your experiences after Pearson College UWC and your recent endeavors by emailing alumni@pearsoncollege.ca. You can also learn more about what’s happening on campus through our news blog and stories of our current scholars. If you have quick moment, we would also love to know how your experiences at Pearson College UWC where formative to you by answering these questions.

2018 MISSA MAGIC

2018 MISSA MAGIC

Reading Time: 2 minutes In their 34th annual summer session, MISSA enchanted the campus once again, transforming it into a creative hub for an entirely different kind of student.

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An Empowering Gap Year — Partially on Campus

An Empowering Gap Year — Partially on Campus

Reading Time: 3 minutes After graduating from Pearson College UWC, Regan Greer (YR42/2017, Canada-AB) decided to take a very different kind of gap year. Unlike most of her peers, she did not go to university, sign up with a global gap year program or go traveling. Mind you, she is enrolled at the College of the Atlantic and will start her Liberal Arts degree in September 2018, but what she did in the year in between, is certainly extraordinary and empowering.

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Being the Only Human on an Island

Being the Only Human on an Island

Reading Time: 3 minutes Aziz Sonawalla (YR 41/2016, India) will be spending this summer as the only human on Race Rocks Ecological Reserve Island. He will be monitoring species activity, collecting environmental data and protecting the reserve from illegal boating practices.

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Nahuel Rosa – How I found Myself

Nahuel Rosa – How I found Myself

Reading Time: 3 minutes From Community Garden projects in Abu Dhabi, Social Work in New York City to inspiring and teaching students in Argentina, Nahuel Rosa (YR 35/2010, Argentina) did it all and much more. Here is how he told us his story.

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Fighting Climate Change with the Akikiki

Fighting Climate Change with the Akikiki

Reading Time: 5 minutes When the New York Times Magazine posed the question of whether we should regard conservation as an ethical or an economic question in a lengthy feature article a couple of months ago the answer was a slam dunk for Pearson College UWC alumna Cali (Lisa) Crampton.

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