“No child who does not want to be alone should ever have to be” -Sister Geraldine MacNamara
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Students from Eagles’ Circle and Rising Sun took part in the Futures Fair Speakers Series at Rossbrook House on February 16. Professionals from a variety of industries and training programs shared their career journeys, challenges, and more.
The students heard from Mahkwa omushki kiim: Pathway to Indigenous Nursing Education (PINE), Apprenticeship Manitoba, Red River College, Youth BioLab Jeunesse, Sternat Manaigre Law Corporation, a Truck Driver (and former Rossbrook House participant/staff) from Bison Transport, and independent business owners. Thank you to all who took the time to be a part of our first-ever Futures Fair!
The students were inspired to explore different career paths as they plan for their futures. ... See MoreSee Less
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Participants and students from the three off-campus schools have begun learning about mosaics. Artist Ursula Neufeld is teaching them about the history of mosaics and what tools are needed to create the colourful tiles. Together they will be creating their own one-of-a-kind tiles that will be displayed on the outside of Rossbrook House later in the spring.
We can’t wait to see all that they design! ... See MoreSee Less
In 1976 Sister Geraldine MacNamara and a group of inner city young people created Rossbrook House, a neighbourhood drop-in centre with a simple mission: “No child who does not want to be alone, should ever have to be.”