Although I am no longer a student, up until recently this was an important part of my life and identity. This is the first year since nursery school that I am not heading back to the classroom, and it definately feels strange. So despite the fact that the student-chapter of my life has come to a close (for now . . . there’s always grad school), it still played an important role in defining who I am.
I earned my Bachelor of Commerce from Concordia University’s John Molson School of Business, with a major in marketing, in 2002. Before that, I went to cegep at Marianopolis College. For anyone unfamiliar with the school system here in Quebec, it works a bit differently than, well, anywhere else in the world. We have elementary school from grades 1-6, then high school from 7-11, then two years of CÉGEP (like a junior college, sort of), then three years of university for most undergrad programs.
This section of the site contains information and thoughts about school in general, the specific educational institutions that I attended, and other related stuff.