Experiential Learning

Business-accounting student Erica Van Hoffen has been named the 2021 Co-op Student of the Year.
Amelia Bowes / April 21, 2022
The Brand Management class is benefiting from a $12,000 Federal grant to develop a branding strategy for a start-up organization.
Shannon McBride / April 6, 2022
While taking part in a course with Oxford University, Jessica Khalil learned that the art of debating is not only necessary for a career, but for our Christian calling.
Nathan Reid-Welford / March 29, 2022
Act Five student Allie Buist reflects on a month-long tech fast as part of the Act Five gap year program.
Allie Buist / March 29, 2022
As part of their senior capstone project and in partnership with CityLAB Hamilton, Andrene Gregory and Rachel Drouin explored the contributions made and obstacles faced by the city’s BIPOC...
Amelia Bowes / February 15, 2022
Through physiotherapy co-op work experiences, fifth-year kinesiology student Selena Kennedy is learning to see God in her work and follow his path.
Amelia Bowes / October 28, 2021
Excited to explore different aspects of government, Celina Oster ’21 has been learning how to effect change through the legislative process.
Shannon McBride / October 28, 2021
As a final piece of what has been a transformative year, the Act Five '20/'21 cohort has completed Capstone projects that connect to some of what this year has been for them. They have significantly...
Alyssa Zilney / April 16, 2021
By spearheading a campus-wide composting initiative at Canadian Mennonite University in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Justin Eisinga ’15 is able to combine his two great passions: theology and environmental...
Amelia Bowes / March 22, 2021
While working at the King’s Garden, fourth-year student Blessing Oluloto not only learned how to grow food, but saw how God works through service to others.
Nathan Reid-Welford / March 22, 2021
Each year, senior students gather from their various programs to work on a semester-long project that addresses a societal or cultural issue. Here’s a look at some of their hard work and unique...
Amelia Bowes / March 22, 2021
Students, faculty and staff discuss the benefits, opportunities and adjustments that come with Redeemer’s new dual-delivery method.
Amelia Bowes / March 22, 2021
Fifth-year business student Matthew Schoenmaker recently competed in the Great Canadian Sales Competition.
Helana Mulder / November 6, 2020
Redeemer's core capstone course achieves a new level of creation care by making its bee friendliness official.
Amelia Bowes / November 6, 2020
Despite her time being cut short due to COVID-19, fourth-year student Anna Bailey still experienced tremendous personal, academic and spiritual growth while studying abroad at Oxford University.
Amelia Bowes / November 6, 2020

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