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Career Bridge Program Alumna featured in Canadian Immigrant

By May 19, 2011August 6th, 2019Uncategorized

000 tetAt Career Edge Organization, one of our greatest measures of success is the success of our former interns. This is why we are continuously working to improve our connectivity and communication with those who have participated in our Career Edge, Ability Edge or Career Bridge paid internship programs – folks we now fondly refer to as “Alumni.”

Many of our former interns have moved on (and up) in their careers to achieve enormous success in their chosen fields, and like proud parents, all of us here get a warm, fuzzy feeling when we hear about the impact our host employers have helped us make.

One of these amazing former interns is Teresita “Tet” Lopez-Rabson. You may recall, we featured Tet in our special edition newsletter from September 2010 when we celebrated our 10,000th intern.

Tet, who got her start at Seneca College as a Career Bridge intern in 2004, has since climbed the ranks to Director and now coaches and hires Career Bridge interns herself! Tet has also remained engaged with us here at Career Edge Organization, participating in events like our recent 2010/11 Achievement Awards where she took part in a special ceremony to commemorate our 15th anniversary.

Now Tet is making headlines again, this time in Canadian Immigrant magazine. Click here to read her story on!

Due to her can-do attitude and lovely personality, it is no surprise to us that Tet’s story has captured the attention of so many – she is an excellent example of the thousands of incredible people who faced barriers to employment and tore those barriers down. Kudos to Tet, and to Seneca College for seeing her great potential!