Randy has years of experience working for charity organizations, and hopes to become an Aboriginal lawyer so he can better serve his community.
Banpreet is taking classes overseas at Langara to build the right foundation for his engineering degree.
Falcons' soccer player Katie Inkster balances her love of sport with physical healing to create the perfect career.
Graeme, a member of the Gitxan Nation, developed the UBC-Langara Aboriginal Transfer program.
Christine came to Langara wanting to work in book publishing, but online courses sparked a passion for web design that took her career in a new direction.
Majd grew up in Damascus, Syria. After resettling in BC as a refugee, he discovered Langara's Bioinformatics program.
Paul's obsession with photography led him to Langara's renowned Photography program, where he could get the best start in his career.
Olivia was attracted to Langara’s Nursing degree program because of it’s reputation, but once there discovered that the vast number of clinical placement hours and international opportunities provided unparalleled hands-on experience.
Langara’s Archaeology Field School was the first step towards a successful career in Archaeology for Rudy Reimer.
Catherine Glass and the Moran sisters have founded an initiative called “Goat Money” to help empower Olkoroi women in Kenya.
Pat Woods is a nurse, a teacher, and an advocate for global citizenship, creating opportunities for nursing students to gain international experience and perspective.
Robert Fougner landed a job at Hootsuite Media Inc, where he specializes in social relationship platforms for educational institutions.
Rebecca longed to see the world. She realized that a nursing career would allow her to travel while making a real difference in people’s lives.
Rod Bland used the Continuing Studies Photography Program to turn his passion into a profession.
Enrolment in the Advanced Project Management program and networking with his cohort led Riz Rafiq to an unexpected career move.
Raymond Chow founded the Langara Kendo Club to provide students an alternate way to socialize on campus while training their minds and bodies.
Soon after leaving Langara’s Bachelor of Business Administration program, Boris Martin launched the world's first fully integrated mobile bicycle-repair shop.
Carly Wignes, awarded the first Read-Mercer fellowship, followed her passion for exploring First Nations issues and published the Tyee series, “Treaty Troubles.”
Jeff Burgess, one of Vancouver's leading commercial illustrators, brings a passion for his craft to Langara's growing Commercial Illustration Program.
After a motorcycle accident left Dustin Paul a quadriplegic, he found a new life at Langara's Criminal Justice Program.
Christian Westin translated his passion for leadership into one of the Langara's largest and most successful student-led events: TEDxLangara.
During her time at Langara, Carling Muir defeated a host of opponents as a leader of the Falcons women’s basketball team. But her biggest win was beating cancer. Twice.
Lynn's dedication to volunteerism has her carrying the Langara community to all corners of the city.
Ryan Cawsey uses visual feedback to help improve postural control for people susceptible to falls, and is testing new technologies in lower-limb prostheses to help improve the quality of life of amputees.
Richard Olak started with a loose story idea in the Digital Film Production program, and turned it into an epic feature film.
Kelly Sveinson gets students involved with his biochar project on campus.
Over the past four decades, artistic director Kathryn Shaw has established Studio 58 as one of finest acting and production-training programs in North America.
Samantha Watson has dedicated her life to helping special-needs students transition from high school into a training program or into the workplace.
Between finishing one program and starting the next, Emma Munro managed to revitalize one of the largest student clubs on campus.
This is not a just a college. It's a springboard. It's a catalyst. It's conversations as well as lectures. Students instead of numbers. A compass to help you navigate the great beyond. It's not the start, nor the finish. It's a makeover for your mind. This is Langara. The college of higher learning.