Our graduates are on the front-lines of building healthier and stronger communities, which is why we've invested in expanding King Campus with new academic and student space. Here are a few examples of how our graduates are making a difference in the lives of patients, families and our communities.
Touch lives locally and globally – Major Lee-Anne Quinn received the Governor General’s Award (Medal of Military Merit) for her nursing initiatives in the Canadian forces.
Help those that need it most – professor and alumnus Jo Gomes with the help of Seneca graduates launch an initiative to deliver social services programming to disadvantaged children and young adults in Jamaica.
Find innovative ways to engage your community – Seneca alumnus and Toronto Police Officer Chris Boddy leads the way using social media to connect with the community on a new level.
Empower our future generation – graduates launch teaching and education careers by finding their passion and building connections at Seneca.
Advocate for those who cannot speak for themselves – animal health graduate, Phil Nichols landed his first job at the Toronto Humane Society. In just four years, he is now the Director of Operations overseeing everything from intakes, adoption, vaccines, spay/neuter clinics, budgeting and planning.