OC Spotlight


Meet Lilianne LeBouthillier. A current Medical Office Administration student who already has a job lined up at Blue Cross for after graduation! Great Job Lilianne!


Meet Anthony. He is a current student studying accounting, originally from Trinidad and Tobago. Let him tell you why he left the sunny Caribbean to pursue a career in Canada and how Oulton College helped him along the way. 


Meet Gail. A current student studying Medical Office Administration, she was looking for a career change and all roads leaded to Oulton College!


Meet Jean-Luc. A current student here at Oulton College, and this years recipient of the Yu Bursary. Let him tell you how his passion turned into his career at Alongside.


Meet Ryan. A current student here at Oulton College who already has a job!


Meet Mitchell Caissie. He is a current student here at Oulton who already has an amazing job here in Moncton. Let him tell you about it and his time at Oulton College.


This is Emily, she's a mom who decided to come back to school to pursue her passion of helping others by taking our Health Care Support program.


Meet Ginette, a current student here at Oulton College. She is a mother of two and has a heart the size of Moncton.


Meet Roger, a current student here at Oulton College. For those that don't know him, we are going to let him tell you a little about himself and the ride he's had here over the last few months.


Policing and Corrections Foundations student Clayton Langley originally from Cape Breton is beginning his journey to become an RCMP officer while attending Oulton College.

When looking into how to prepare himself for the RCMP and already having a military background, Clayton felt the program offered at Oulton would be a great stepping stone for him to get ready physically and mentally before applying to the RCMP.

From his perspective as a student, Clayton believes his instructors are definitely what sets the program apart from others. “They all have a lot of knowledge and experience behind them that they bring to the classroom,” said Clayton. “They know the ins and outs of this field.”

Clayton enjoys how hands on the program is and that there is an incorporated On the Job Training placement. “Student Services plays a big role in finding our placements, making it less stressful on students knowing we’ll get a good experience in the field,” said Clayton.

As one of Oulton College’s Student Council members, Clayton also takes on a leadership role in implementing ideas and activities for the student body.

We want to congratulate Clayton on his success in the program so far and wish him the best of luck fulfilling his lifelong dream!


Business Management student Angelina Leduc-Moreau is one of the 1500 applicants chosen to participate in the political event Equal Voice through Daughters of the Vote this year. The Equal Voice brings women and men around the country together who are dedicated to electing more women to all levels of political office in Canada. Angelina will be one of the New Brunswick representatives.

After moving to New Brunswick from Ontario, Angelina was motivated to apply because she wanted to be part of a bigger change within the community. She will be attending the provincial event in Fredericton this week and partaking in the national movement for a week in March in Ottawa.

When deciding on where to take a business program, Angelina liked how Oulton offered a condensed one year course with smaller class sizes. “Oulton College is personal and lets you be yourself, the instructors really know us and understand what we’re looking for,” said Angelina.

Through the Business Management program, Angelina mostly enjoys the different guest speakers who are brought into the classroom. “This school has offered me so many opportunities I most likely wouldn’t have got elsewhere,” said Angelina.

Going forward, Angelina hopes to one day open her own business and be part of a positive change in New Brunswick. We want to congratulate Angelina for taking part in creating political change and wish her luck with all her future endeavours!


After 30 years Anne Richard Chiasson was ready for a career change when she entered the Pharmacy Technician program at Oulton College. “From the moment I met with my Admission Advisor I felt supported, I knew this is where I wanted to be,” said Anne.

Although Anne admitted the beginning of her program was a learning curve and definitely a challenge, she remained dedicated to her studies and was motivated by her instructors. Throughout the year, Anne proved her determination and passion for the field, which was recognized by being awarded the Pharmacy Technician of the Year Award at graduation.

After excelling at her On the Job Training placement with Sobeys Pharmacy, Anne was offered a permanent position. “When you go out for your OJT, you’re more ready than you think you are and there are a lot of opportunities right now”, said Anne.

Going forward, Anne is excited to finally have a career that makes her happy. “This is what I had been looking forward to for the past 30 years, I made it here,” said Anne.

We want to congratulate Anne on all her accomplishments and wish her the best of luck with her new career!


Primary Care Paramedic graduate Brianna Daigneault originally from Alberta has recently graduated from her program at Oulton College and is officially licensed in her field. 

Through Brianna’s Oulton experience, she enjoyed the time spent at Omni Life Support doing practice scenarios. “In this program it was actual real life real learning situations we were faced with,” said Brianna. 

Brianna initially found interest in becoming a first responder through her brother who was a dedicated firefighter. When she began her preceptorship, it had confirmed she had chosen the right profession. “The day we were sent out everything came full circle and I knew I was ready, that this is what I do,” said Brianna. 

Moving forward, Brianna is very excited to start her profession as a primary care paramedic and looks forward to the challenges ahead of her. 

We want to congratulate Brianna on all her accomplishments and wish her the best of luck beginning her career as a first responder!


Business Sales and Marketing graduate Alec Belyea is quickly growing a new clothing brand called “The Weekend Life”. The Weekend Life focuses on a fun lifestyle specifically targeted to the motocross community. The brand was always an idea for Alec and his business partner Isaiah Reid who is also an Oulton business graduate from 2014, but was officially launched this July.

Through Alec’s Oulton experience, he brought his idea to life through a business plan that was assigned as a project. “Marketing was definitely the highlight of the program and I enjoyed how hands on the course was with real situations,” said Alec. Going forward, Alec plans on promoting the clothing brand by travelling around the country attending races as a vendor. 

We want to celebrate this huge achievement with Alec and wish him and Isaiah the best of luck in the future!

Please visit The Weekend Life to learn more


Advanced Web Development and Programming graduate Kate Johnson started off as a Web Developer and is now celebrating her new role as a Growth Engineer with Alongside, an HR tech company located in Moncton, New Brunswick. “The world of programming is rapidly evolving and ongoing learning skills are a necessity. The instructors at Oulton College helped me learn to adapt quickly and practice core programming concepts,” said Kate. We want to help celebrate Kate’s new role and wish her success in the future!

Kate is excited to leverage the skills she learned in the program to help drive the growth of the business. Please check out Alongside to find out more about what they have to offer!

 

OC Spotlight


Meet Lilianne LeBouthillier. A current Medical Office Administration student who already has a job lined up at Blue Cross for after graduation! Great Job Lilianne!


Meet Anthony. He is a current student studying accounting, originally from Trinidad and Tobago. Let him tell you why he left the sunny Caribbean to pursue a career in Canada and how Oulton College helped him along the way. 


Meet Gail. A current student studying Medical Office Administration, she was looking for a career change and all roads leaded to Oulton College!


Meet Jean-Luc. A current student here at Oulton College, and this years recipient of the Yu Bursary. Let him tell you how his passion turned into his career at Alongside.


Meet Ryan. A current student here at Oulton College who already has a job!


Meet Mitchell Caissie. He is a current student here at Oulton who already has an amazing job here in Moncton. Let him tell you about it and his time at Oulton College.


This is Emily, she's a mom who decided to come back to school to pursue her passion of helping others by taking our Health Care Support program.


Meet Ginette, a current student here at Oulton College. She is a mother of two and has a heart the size of Moncton.


Meet Roger, a current student here at Oulton College. For those that don't know him, we are going to let him tell you a little about himself and the ride he's had here over the last few months.


Policing and Corrections Foundations student Clayton Langley originally from Cape Breton is beginning his journey to become an RCMP officer while attending Oulton College.

When looking into how to prepare himself for the RCMP and already having a military background, Clayton felt the program offered at Oulton would be a great stepping stone for him to get ready physically and mentally before applying to the RCMP.

From his perspective as a student, Clayton believes his instructors are definitely what sets the program apart from others. “They all have a lot of knowledge and experience behind them that they bring to the classroom,” said Clayton. “They know the ins and outs of this field.”

Clayton enjoys how hands on the program is and that there is an incorporated On the Job Training placement. “Student Services plays a big role in finding our placements, making it less stressful on students knowing we’ll get a good experience in the field,” said Clayton.

As one of Oulton College’s Student Council members, Clayton also takes on a leadership role in implementing ideas and activities for the student body.

We want to congratulate Clayton on his success in the program so far and wish him the best of luck fulfilling his lifelong dream!


Business Management student Angelina Leduc-Moreau is one of the 1500 applicants chosen to participate in the political event Equal Voice through Daughters of the Vote this year. The Equal Voice brings women and men around the country together who are dedicated to electing more women to all levels of political office in Canada. Angelina will be one of the New Brunswick representatives.

After moving to New Brunswick from Ontario, Angelina was motivated to apply because she wanted to be part of a bigger change within the community. She will be attending the provincial event in Fredericton this week and partaking in the national movement for a week in March in Ottawa.

When deciding on where to take a business program, Angelina liked how Oulton offered a condensed one year course with smaller class sizes. “Oulton College is personal and lets you be yourself, the instructors really know us and understand what we’re looking for,” said Angelina.

Through the Business Management program, Angelina mostly enjoys the different guest speakers who are brought into the classroom. “This school has offered me so many opportunities I most likely wouldn’t have got elsewhere,” said Angelina.

Going forward, Angelina hopes to one day open her own business and be part of a positive change in New Brunswick. We want to congratulate Angelina for taking part in creating political change and wish her luck with all her future endeavours!


After 30 years Anne Richard Chiasson was ready for a career change when she entered the Pharmacy Technician program at Oulton College. “From the moment I met with my Admission Advisor I felt supported, I knew this is where I wanted to be,” said Anne.

Although Anne admitted the beginning of her program was a learning curve and definitely a challenge, she remained dedicated to her studies and was motivated by her instructors. Throughout the year, Anne proved her determination and passion for the field, which was recognized by being awarded the Pharmacy Technician of the Year Award at graduation.

After excelling at her On the Job Training placement with Sobeys Pharmacy, Anne was offered a permanent position. “When you go out for your OJT, you’re more ready than you think you are and there are a lot of opportunities right now”, said Anne.

Going forward, Anne is excited to finally have a career that makes her happy. “This is what I had been looking forward to for the past 30 years, I made it here,” said Anne.

We want to congratulate Anne on all her accomplishments and wish her the best of luck with her new career!


Primary Care Paramedic graduate Brianna Daigneault originally from Alberta has recently graduated from her program at Oulton College and is officially licensed in her field. 

Through Brianna’s Oulton experience, she enjoyed the time spent at Omni Life Support doing practice scenarios. “In this program it was actual real life real learning situations we were faced with,” said Brianna. 

Brianna initially found interest in becoming a first responder through her brother who was a dedicated firefighter. When she began her preceptorship, it had confirmed she had chosen the right profession. “The day we were sent out everything came full circle and I knew I was ready, that this is what I do,” said Brianna. 

Moving forward, Brianna is very excited to start her profession as a primary care paramedic and looks forward to the challenges ahead of her. 

We want to congratulate Brianna on all her accomplishments and wish her the best of luck beginning her career as a first responder!


Business Sales and Marketing graduate Alec Belyea is quickly growing a new clothing brand called “The Weekend Life”. The Weekend Life focuses on a fun lifestyle specifically targeted to the motocross community. The brand was always an idea for Alec and his business partner Isaiah Reid who is also an Oulton business graduate from 2014, but was officially launched this July.

Through Alec’s Oulton experience, he brought his idea to life through a business plan that was assigned as a project. “Marketing was definitely the highlight of the program and I enjoyed how hands on the course was with real situations,” said Alec. Going forward, Alec plans on promoting the clothing brand by travelling around the country attending races as a vendor. 

We want to celebrate this huge achievement with Alec and wish him and Isaiah the best of luck in the future!

Please visit The Weekend Life to learn more


Advanced Web Development and Programming graduate Kate Johnson started off as a Web Developer and is now celebrating her new role as a Growth Engineer with Alongside, an HR tech company located in Moncton, New Brunswick. “The world of programming is rapidly evolving and ongoing learning skills are a necessity. The instructors at Oulton College helped me learn to adapt quickly and practice core programming concepts,” said Kate. We want to help celebrate Kate’s new role and wish her success in the future!

Kate is excited to leverage the skills she learned in the program to help drive the growth of the business. Please check out Alongside to find out more about what they have to offer!

 

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