Tonia Marshall Program Coordinator
Tonia Marshall helps Indigenous students become shipbuilders in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Pathways to Shipbuilding is a partnership between the Mi’kmaw Native Friendship Centre, Irving Shipbuilding Inc., Nova Scotia Community College, GE Canada, Unifor, Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada, Employment and Social Development Canada, The Nova Scotia Apprenticeship Agency, Nova Scotia Office of Aboriginal Affairs, Nova Scotia Department of Labour and Advanced Education.
Praveen K. Sandhu’s life was threatened by someone close to her, and it was a threat meant to last a lifetime. Instead of letting it break her, Praveen used that experience as motivation to achieve her dreams.
When you think about what’s important to you, are you ready to fight for it? How do you find the courage to follow your convictions? Will you persevere when the stakes are highest? We think after hearing from these veterans, you will.
After a series of dead-end jobs out of high school, Chris Devitt asked himself what he really wanted to do: make monsters for a living.