Healthcare workers have seen the greatest demands and challenges in their jobs since the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s taught us that nurses have been, and continue to be, an essential part of our healthcare system. Without their leadership and compassion, we might have seen a very different outcome of the pandemic. In Canada, the LEADS in […]
In an ideal world, you’ll leave school with a brand new certificate under your belt and a prompt, shiny new job offer waiting for you right after graduation. In reality, things might be more of a hunt – but finding a match in a competitive job market can be much more attainable with the right […]
During your job search, you may have heard an iteration of this phrase before: it’s who you know, not what you know. That’s why so many professionals participate in networking events, attend industry talks, and maintain LinkedIn relationships with people they’ve met in passing. You never know which hand you shake could help get you […]
In the world of distance education, there are plenty of unique ways to learn. The Chang School offers two different formats for distance learning – online and virtualized. For both formats, students have access to D2L Brightspace, Ryerson’s remote-learning portal. While both ways of learning are effective, they offer key differences in how you’ll interact […]
Kimberly Daffern, a student at The Chang School, was able to turn her capstone project in the Certificate in Nursing and Interprofessional Healthcare Leadership and Management into a plan that directly benefited her position as a registered nurse with Emily’s House, a pediatric hospice in Toronto. As their client care resource nurse she has a […]
Joël Bénard, a commercial photographer and Chang School instructor, shares his personal journey with photography and why learning photography is such an enriching experience.
Like many things in 2020, the holiday season will be far from normal and this will have negative consequences for small businesses, particularly retailers. Here’s how a group of Local Economic Development students hope to help change that by encouraging people to “buy local.”
Michelle and Josephine describe how they managed the transition from in-person to online while juggling full-time jobs and offer advice to fellow students.
Women have been disproportionately affected economically by the COVID-19 pandemic. But when this is all over, will their voices be a part of the recovery or left silent?
How online learning has enabled Heather and Bob to connect with others in Programs for 50+ workshops during a time when we have to be apart.