Experiential Learning

Does a Christian Gap Year Program Make Sense During the COVID-19 Pandemic?
Act Five Director Jon Berends shares his thoughts on the future and mission of Christian gap year programs amidst the uncertainty of a global pandemic.
Entering into Relationship with the Indigenous Community
Two fourth-year students reflect on their efforts to build relationships with the Indigenous community and on their hopes for the future of these connections.
Advancing the Study of Hamilton’s Contaminated Waterways
As part of a year-long water quality study in Hamilton’s Chedoke Creek, student Masozi Palata is using DNA analysis to identify the source of fecal contamination in the watershed.
In Pursuit of a More Sustainable Campus
As the Redeemer community grows, the environmental science program explores sustainable options for future buildings on campus.
Faith and Conviction in the Modern Workplace
Braden VanDyk ’19 is learning to talk openly about his faith as a millennial in the modern workplace.
Act Five in Zambia
Alyssa Zilney ’19, Act Five resident staff member and Zambia trip leader, reflects on the work God is doing in Zambia and how it impacted the inaugural students of the Act Five gap year program.
A Core Milestone
Redeemer's revamped Core program met a significant milestone with the pilot of the new Core Capstone Experience.
Leanna Petrusma named Co-op Student of the Year
Redeemer honoured Leanna Petrusma’s outstanding contributions in her co-op work terms, naming her the first Co-op Student of the Year Award winner.
A Future in Hamilton
Redeemer students network with diverse employers at the Hamilton Employment Crawl
The Dragon’s Den
Students present their business startup plans to Christian entrepreneurs in Redeemer’s version of the popular television show
Redeemer Launches Centre for Experiential Learning and Careers
Community employers, students and faculty celebrate Redeemer’s latest 2020 initiative.
Connecting Callings with Careers
With the launch of the Centre for Experiential Learning and Careers, Redeemer is investing in experiential learning for every program.
The Art of Listening
Miranda Van Rooyen ‘17 draws inspiration for her senior art exhibit from her internship at art outreach centre RE-create.
A Walk Towards Humility
Social work student Kendra Slagter '18 reflects on a term spent in Uganda.
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