LDANB is excited to be working with four Renaissance College students for the 2020-2021 school year.
Four Renaissance College Students chose to work with LDANB as part of their Community Problem Solving course.
The Community Problem-Solving course is about facilitating change within our community. This course is meant to introduce students to change processes using a structured problem-solving approach that focuses on using assets rather than liabilities and opportunities rather than obstacles. An integral part of the course is a community-based problem-solving project that includes basic research, planning, implementation and evaluation. Essentially, this course is meant to be an opportunity to put the theories about problem-solving that we learn in class, into practice within the context of an existing community group.
Meet the Students
To read the Renaissance College students’ biographies, click here.
Pictured above left to right are Sydney Morrison, Jessica Lockyer, Cormac Stewart, their course instructor and LDANB board member Dr. Roxanne Reeves with LDANB board president Roger Duval. Photo was taken at LDANB’s 2020 Awards Gala in October.
Photo by: Stephen MacGillivray Photography & Video www.stevemacphoto.com
To learn about Renaissance College, visit their website at https://www.unb.ca/fredericton/renaissance/.