Chance describes her first time travelling south

August 10th, 2016
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Chance at her work placement with Brock University’s Aboriginal Student Services.

This is my first time travelling down south and staying away from home this long. But this is a great experience and and awesome journey for me. I would also love to tell my little sister about this program so she can also experience the south

When we first arrived in Ottawa, as we were walking out of the jet into the airport, I said to my friend Sally ‘There’s trees!’ Back home in Baker Lake, Nunavut there is no trees, so I find it exciting to be around/see trees.

Well, this is an amazing journey and great experience for me and I would like to encourage others to apply for this program so they could gain work experience and gain confidence.Β There may be ups and downs and homesickness along the way but we all can get through it. πŸ™‚

So far, my placement buddy Lori and I have been to ‘Happy Rolphs’ which is a zoo, we had a little tour to Niagara Falls, which I hope we still go to again for like better pictures and all before we leave because we only have a few days til’ we leave for Re-O. We’ve been to the beach a few times which was fun. We’ve also been to Marine Land which was very fun for the both of us. The ride that I like the most was the Wave Swinger, Flying Dragon and The Sky Screamer, it was scary at first but I enjoyed the ride.

What I am really looking forward to next is Reorientation! πŸ˜€

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