Two firsts for Redeemer alumni
Christian Vandergeest enters Harvard Law School and Brent McCamon hired as first-ever intern in Office of Religious Freedom
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September 21, 2015

After graduating from Redeemer in 2012, Christian Vandergeest completed a Masters in Global Affairs from the Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto. In the fall of 2015, he entered the JD program at Harvard Law School, the first (we think) Redeemer grad to be accepted to Harvard.

Brent McCamon ’15 has been hired as the first-ever intern in the Office of Religious Freedom (ORF). McCamon was brought into the Office by Dr. Andrew Bennett, Canada’s Ambassador for Religious Freedom. During his placement, McCamon will be involved in fostering freedom of religion or belief as a Canadian foreign policy priority. His work will include research, policy development and advocacy on behalf of persecuted religious individuals and communities.

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