Class of 2012
Hana Jung (ACC '12)
Hana graduated with honours from the Accounting diploma program. As a student, Hana volunteered as an international student ambassador, organized International Education Week, and participated in Seneca’s mentoring program. She speaks English, Korean, Japanese and Spanish, and she currently works for Seneca’s International department.
Tulsidai Ramdass (BTR '12)
Tulsidai began a career at Mount Sinai Hospital in the summer of 2013 when she was employed as a volunteer in the Microbiology department. She is now a full-time research technician at the Biospecimen Repository Lab.
Tulsidai earned a Bachelor’s of Science honours degree from the University of Guelph in Biological Science after transferring to Guelph through the Seneca-Guelph articulation agreement in 2012. The lab skills she gained at Seneca have been recognized by every organization she has been involved with.
Her future plan is to attend The Michener Institute to become certified as a Medical Laboratory Technologist (MLT) so that she can have a greater impact on the health care system in Canada. She attributes much of her success to her early beginnings at Seneca because it was in the lab that she realized her passion for conducting and delivering accurate lab tests and results.
Grace Batumbya (BSD '12)
Grace is passionate about anything to do with computers. He came to Canada from his native Uganda to enrol in Seneca’s Computer Engineering Technology program. After graduating with high honours, he worked for a few years in computer support and system administration roles. Thirsting for more, he returned to the college to pursue a Bachelor of Technology in Software Development. As a student researcher at the college’s Centre for Development of Open Technology, he is involved in developing open-source software in collaboration with industry partners and open source communities. He leads a team of student developers working with Toronto-based NextJ Systems Inc. on Open Health Tools.
Mehdi Mollahasani (CAB '12)
After graduation, Mehdi moved to New York City to intern at strawberryfrog, the world's first movement marketing agency. The following year, he was offered a full-time position as a strategist at gyro, a global idea shop in the heart of Wall Street.
Mehdi maintains a close relationship with his Seneca program coordinator, Anthony Kalamut and other faculty members. Every year, he hosts and presents to Creative Advertising students from Seneca during their annual Advertising Week trip to New York City.
He lives in Brooklyn and enjoys riding his bike to work every day over the Brooklyn Bridge. After missing his convocation ceremony, Mehdi received his diploma from Mr. Kalamut at his New York gyro office.
Maria Koreneva (LAT '12)
Since graduating from Seneca, Maria continued her academic career. She completed a criminology program at the University of Toronto and is beginning law school in 2016. “I will not rest until I have my J.D. Degree,” she says.
Bing Tang (ECE '12)
After graduating from Seneca, Bing became an ECE for Toronto District School Board, working in the full day learning program.
Chintan Patel (ELCM '12)
Chintan is working as an Electronics Technician at Cranesmart Systems, an industry leader in wireless crane safety equipment based in Edmonton. Chintan is grateful and thankful to Seneca College and all his professors. He is extremely proud of his accomplishment working in a field he loves and enjoys. “Thank you Seneca, you are the best,” he says.