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Finding Joy

Student Mo Hickman continues to share her internship experiences with us. In this post, Mo shares about finding joy even in aspects of work and life that aren't necessarily joyful. 

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What I’m Loving (and not loving) about Internship

In her third internship blog post, Mo Hickman shares about the highs and lows from her internship experience. 

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Faith Æffects Podcast: The making of

Ever wondered how the Faith Æffects podcast came to be? Get the inside scoop from Faith Æffects hosts, and Ambrose faculty, Mark Buchanan and Bernie Van De Walle. 

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What a Thrift Store Taught Me About Being a Pastor

Fourth-year Bachelor of Theology student Mo Hickman shares about her experiences in her current internship in Hamilton, Ontario. In her second blog post, Mo shares about her lessons learned working in a thrift store and how it applies to her pastoral internship. 

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Reflections on the #DoBusinessLikeACDN Case Competition

Senior Ambrose business students in the Advanced Strategy class competed in a mini case competition as part of the Canadian Business for Social Responsibility’s #dobusinesslikeaCDN initiative. The winners have been invited to the Calgary kick-off in April. One of the members of the winning team, Alexandria Friesen shares on her experience.

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Ambrose Alumnus Reflects on Vivacity Competition

Brayden Boerchers graduated from the Ambrose business administration program in 2017 and reflects back on a pivotal Ambrose experience that helped him develop some key business skills.

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Why Do an Internship?

A job is required for experience. Experience is required for a job. This is a well-known dilemma for students today. One answer to the problem is an internship.

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Canadian Poverty Institute Receives Two Grants

The Canadian Poverty Institute has received two grants to fund research that will provide a map of the role that churches play in providing social services and solutions to poverty in Canada.

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2018 Presidential Scholarship Winner - Arianna Tenor

We catch up with 2018 Presidential Scholarship Winner, Arianna Tenor, to see how the Presidential Scholarship has impacted her this past year.

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Engaged with Business, Engaged with Calgary

In November, Ambrose Business students had the privilege of hearing Dr. Sandip Lalli, President and CEO of the Calgary Chamber of Commerce talk about city economics in their introductory economic class.

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Ambrose Remembers Joyce Froehler

Ambrose remembers a volunteer who made an impact in our school, students, staff and faculty with over 25 years of service.

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A Lyrical New Voice for the Passion Play

The Badlands Passion Play was performed in musical theatre form for the first time in 2018, written by Ambrose Chair of the Arts Barrett Hileman with composer Luke Ertman.

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