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2024 Spring Convocation – June 17, 2024 (Afternoon)

June 17, 2024

Monday, June 17 – 1:30 p.m. Ceremony

See photos from the convocation ceremony ›

Agenda

Procession of the Platform Party and Graduands
Buffalo Red Thunder Singers

Land Acknowledgement and Welcoming Remarks
Dr. Christine Watson, Vice-President, Academic

O Canada
Vina Dimayuga

Greetings from the President
Fred Meier, President and CEO

Greetings from the Province of Manitoba
Honourable Renée Cable, Minister of Advanced Education and Training

Greetings from the Manitoba Métis Federation
David Beaudin, Associate Minister of Provincial Education

Greetings from the RRC Polytech Students’ Association
Milagros Monjaraz, President, RRC Polytech Students’ Association

Presentation of the Lieutenant Governor’s MedalsSee recipients ›
Fred Meier, President and CEO

Honour Song
Lawrence Spence

Conferring of Certificates and Diplomas
Fred Meier, President and CEO

Introduction of GraduatesSee the list of graduates ›
Joanne Kelly and Kelly Stifora, Instructors, Creative Arts

Presentation of Gold Medals
Stu Charles, Member, Red River College Polytechnic Board of Governors

Presentation of Alumni Pins
Jennifer Ballantyne, Executive Chef, Manoomin, Red River College Polytechnic Alumna

Welcome Alumni
Jennifer Ballantyne, Executive Chef, Manoomin, Red River College Polytechnic Alumna

Recessional

Student receiving parchment at graduation

Land Acknowledgement

Red River College Polytechnic is committed to ensuring that First Nations, Métis and Inuit knowledge, cultures and traditions are embraced and reflected in the pursuit of its mission.

An acknowledgement of these lands that we are on today, and of RRC Polytech’s commitment to Indigenous Peoples and communities, now forms part of the foundational statements that define the College. RRC Polytech campuses are located on the lands of Anishinaabe, Ininiwak, Anishininew, Dakota, and Dené, and the National Homeland of the Red River Métis.

We recognize and honour Treaty 3 Territory Shoal Lake 40 First Nation, the source of Winnipeg’s clean drinking water. In addition, we acknowledge Treaty Territories, which provide us with access to electricity we use in both our personal and professional lives.

We respect the Treaties that were made on these territories, and we dedicate ourselves to move forward in partnership with Indigenous communities in a spirit of reconciliation and collaboration.

RRC Polytech is committed to a renewed relationship and dialogue with Indigenous Peoples based on the principles of mutual trust, respect and reciprocity.

Honour Song

This tradition began centuries ago on Turtle Island. Indigenous Peoples believe the drum and the heart share a similar purpose: to provide life through its beat. This convocation promotes oneness, love and respect for all living things. The honour song brings voice and calls spirit to celebrate the relationships between all life. Usually sung to honour a particular person, they can also be sung for groups or at sacred gatherings such as sundances, sweat lodges and ceremonies to acknowledge those who have accomplished a great goal. When the honour song is sung at a gathering, it is considered respectful to stand and remove your hat.

Indigenous Graduation Stoles

Indigenous graduates from RRC Polytech proudly wear School of Indigenous Education graduation stoles withtheir gowns to recognize their academic achievements. These beautiful stoles are embellished with symbols of the Seven Sacred Teachings, as well as symbols that represent our rich First Nations, Métis and Inuit cultures. You will also see the Assiniboine and Red Rivers represented throughout the design as a nod to the geography and history that have brought Indigenous Peoples to the land that RRC Polytech campuses are located on.

Opening Messages

President’s Message

Fred Meier

Dear graduates,

Congratulations and welcome to a distinguished family of proud RRC Polytech alumni. Today marks a considerable achievement. You are now a graduate of Manitoba’s only polytechnic, with new credentials that will open doors of opportunity for you by increasing your value in the eyes of prospective employers. I hope your accomplishment also enhances the way you view yourself. Acquiring skills and knowledge and pursuing personal improvement is a lifelong journey. Moving forward, you should be confident in your ability to face disruption head on, knowing you have what it takes to adapt, thrive and lead through constant change.

Your employers will receive the benefit of a talented, well-rounded addition to their team. Your education means they can count on you to help our province grow today and tomorrow, by staying in front of what’s ahead. Your skills and experience will make a difference, not only in your workplace, but throughout your community.

Your determination and dedication have allowed you to take this next important leap and you deserve to be celebrated. RRC Polytech is proud to have helped shape your future and we hope you continue to observe our values and live our commitments as you leave our campuses. They’ll empower you to drive change and build a kinder, more equitable, and more productive tomorrow for everyone.

Today is just the beginning of your career, but we hope you’ll keep us in mind as you grow in the future. RRC Polytech is committed to lifelong learning, continuing education, professional development and corporate training — we’re here to support you as you pursue your goals at any point throughout your career.

I hope you will also consider the many ways you can give back to the next generation of learners. In the future, we look forward to working with you to help shape our programs to the needs of industry, and to provide all students an equitable chance at success. I hope you feel a renewed sense of hope and optimism as we look toward the bright future ahead.

As your time as a student comes to an end and you move forward in your career, you now join the ranks of our incredible alumni community — almost 100,000 strong — who are achieving great things, and I can say with great confidence, I know you will too. Congratulations!

Fred Meier
President and CEO – Red River College Polytechnic

Board of Governors’ Message

Loren Cisyk

Dear graduates,

On behalf of the Board of Governors of RRC Polytech, I want to congratulate all of you on the remarkable accomplishment you have made today by completing your studies and taking
the next step toward a bright and rewarding future.

Each year, we see our graduates move on to become leaders in their fields and in our communities, and I am confident that your talent and determination will push you to make a positive impact, wherever your career may take you.

We are proud to welcome you as RRC Polytech’s newest alumni, and I know that your continued success will only serve to strengthen the College’s reputation as a leader in the realm of higher education in Manitoba.

Loren Cisyk
Chair – Red River College Polytechnic Board of Governors

RRC Polytech Board of Governors

  • Loren Cisyk, Chair
  • Stu Charles, Vice-Chair
  • Vassan Aruljothi
  • Lea Clarke
  • Jeff Doneza
  • Kevin Gill
  • Milagros Monjaraz
  • Gbolahan Oduntan
  • Ruth Ola
  • Phyllis Reid-Jarvis
  • Fred Meier (ex-officio)

Lieutenant Governor’s Medal Recipients

A maximum of four medals are awarded annually to graduates from Red River College Polytechnic who, in the opinion of the selection committee, demonstrate exceptional academic and technical achievement, volunteer service to the College, community, organizations and individuals, and good character. Selection is made by a committee that includes representation from the student body, faculty and administration.

Joshua Adam Malam, Business Administration – Marketing (Diploma)

Joshua Malam

Joshua Malam graduated from the Business Administration Program with a Major in Marketing. Throughout his time at RRC Polytech, equity, diversity, and inclusion have been important to Joshua’s work – both as a student, a member of multiple committees, and as a Board Member interim Vice President Academic in 2022 and interim Vice President External Affairs 2024 of RRC Polytech’s Student’s Association (RRCSA). Joshua has served three consecutive years as a Students’ Association Board Member. 

Joshua is a mature student with accessibility challenges who has found incredible drive and success which has translated into a desire to support others. He is a staunch advocate for accessibility and has shared this perspective with the RRCSA and several committees including the Building Trust Fund, Finance, Governance and Internal Review, and Advocacy Committees. In his time with the Gender, Sexual Diversity, and Pride Committees, he worked to organize the first World Aids Day Get Tested Campaign at RRC Polytech.  

One of the things Joshua is most passionate about is ensuring that all students at RRC Polytech have the best possible experience while attending the College. He demonstrates this every day in how he supports his fellow students.  

Joshua is committed to breaking down barriers and fighting for change to ensure everyone feels welcome and is set up to succeed. Joshua’s dedication makes him an incredible advocate and community member that anyone would be happy to cross paths with. He had a desire to make a difference and he has done just that.

Kathleen Madeleine Nugent Murphy, Business Administration – Financial Services (Diploma)

Kathleen Murphy

Kathleen Murphy graduated from the Business Administration program with a major in Financial Services. A life-long learner, volunteer, advocate, and classical musician, Kathleen knows the importance of helping their community. As a queer, non-binary individual, Kathleen is particularly passionate about advocating for the 2SLGBTQIA+ community. 

Their work with Rainbow Harmony Project, previously as a Member of the Board of Directors and now as Choir Manager and Choral Mentor, combines their love of music and their advocacy. This past year, they also took on the roles of soloist and co-organizer for Messiah Queered – a performance of Handel’s Messiah through a queer lens that raised money for local non-profit Sunshine House.  

Kathleen’s leadership, determination, and enthusiasm further extends to their academic achievements. They were a part of a student team that represented RRC Polytech in the Canadian Institute of Financial Planning Case Challenge where they and their teammates were awarded third place in the National Qualifier. They also had the opportunity to participate in the President’s Student Leadership Program in the James W. Burns Leadership Institute at the Asper School of Business. Kathleen has also been chosen as a Student Ambassador for RRC Polytech at multiple events and it is not a wonder as to why. After graduation, Kathleen launched a new career as a Banking Advisor at RBC. They look forward to expanding their community involvement during this exciting new chapter. 

Their willingness to donate their time and passion has made a tremendously positive impact in the 2SLGBTQIA+, arts, and business communities they are a part of.

Jesus Israel Sanchez Salazar – Indigenous Social Entrepreneurship (Diploma)

Israel Sanchez

Israel Sanchez graduated from the Social Innovation and Community Development Program with a Major in Indigenous Social Entrepreneurship. He is a proud Mexican and International Student at RRC Polytech.  

While facing his own challenges as a newcomer to Canada, he confronted every obstacle and challenge with resilience. He forges meaningful connections and strives to make a positive impact for others in everything he does while continuing to learn and grow along the way.  

Israel established the first Latin Identity Club at RRC Polytech to aid fellow students in their journeys – while the name of the club refers to Latin people, Israel has ensured the club is welcoming to everyone. He was a part of the Students Association, and supported the Healthy Minds Healthy College initiative as an active advisory member where he helped develop strategies that promote the health and well-being of students on campus, particularly addressing barriers for international students like himself. 

In his journey to learn more about the place the now calls home, he has spent time volunteering with local organizations like Siloam Mission and the Manitoba Museum. Aiming to learn more about the Indigenous peoples of Canada, he has spent time learning about Indigenous cultures – including attending cultural events and pow wows, and volunteering for Orange Shirt Day. 

Israel is unwavering in his selfless commitment to serving others and actively seeking out opportunities to contribute to the betterment of the community both in and outside of RRC Polytech.

RRC Polytech Honorary Diploma 2024 Recipient

Dr. Jennifer Frain, C.Psych, Disability and Community Support

Jennifer Frain

Dr. Jennifer Frain is devoted to protecting, progressing and promoting the dignity and success of vulnerable adults and children in Manitoba. Her unwavering dedication, tireless effort and passionate leadership have led to extensive contributions to the Community Services sector and have positively impacted thousands of lives.

After earning her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Concordia University in 1997, Dr. Frain joined New Directions for Children, Youth, Adults and Families in 2001, and has served the province’s largest social services agency as CEO for 18 years. Its mission is to provide responsive and individualized housing, education, therapy, vocational training and other support services that foster the hopes and dreams of people and their communities.

A champion of accessibility, Dr. Frain helped create and strengthen Abilities Manitoba, Barrier Free Manitoba, and the Disability Matters Vote movement. She has served on the Board at Agape Table and her collaborative style helps to connect and advance numerous community support organizations, non-profits and social service agencies who share her values of integrity, honour, holism and respect.

Dr. Frain has also created a culture at New Directions that supports training and education through the services it provides as well as supporting student placements in areas such as Disability and Community Support, Child and Youth Care, Nursing, Psychology and Law. Many RRC Polytech students gain invaluable experience by completing their practicums at New Directions, a sought-after employer for our graduates.

This is the first time RRC Polytech has awarded an Honorary Diploma in Disability and Community Support.

RRC Polytech Students’ Association Teacher Award of Excellence

Dr. Jonathan Ziprick, PhD, Physics, Instructor – Data Science and Machine Learning (DSML)

Jon Ziprick

Dr. Jonathan Ziprick is an experienced researcher, scholar and teacher with a gift for explaining complex topics in a relatable manner which allows him to share his diverse knowledge of technical fields including physics, mathematics, coding and engineering.

Prior to joining RRC Polytech, Jon was a Postdoctoral Fellow in theoretical physics at the University of Winnipeg, and before that at the University of New Brunswick, doing research on black holes and quantum gravity. He has a number of published works in respected physics journals and has spent well over a decade conducting and supervising applied and fundamental research projects on topics from quantum neural networks to high-throughput autonomous plant imaging systems to autonomous snow removal.

Jon is not only an instructor of RRC Polytech’s Data Science and Machine Learning (DSML) program – he actually helped create the program. The student testimonials submitted with his nomination for this award laud both his preparedness and his ability to consistently demonstrate care and support for his students’ academic and personal growth.

His students simply marvel at how such a brilliant theoretical physicist can be so effortlessly kind, calm, and patient when answering questions and delivering lessons to relative newcomers in the field. Jon is driven by a desire to have a positive impact in his place of work and on the lives of the people around him and believes while students and instructors have different roles within the classroom, everyone deserves to be treated with an equal level of respect.

“My goal is to create a classroom environment where students at all levels of knowledge and from all walks of life feel welcome, eliminating pressure and distraction so that each can learn to the best of their ability,” says the humble winner of the RRC Polytech Students’ Association Teacher Award of Excellence. “I’d like to thank all the students I have taught at RRC Polytech for helping me to find fulfillment in my work.”

Smiling students at graduation

List of Graduates

RRC Polytech Gold Medals recognize graduates in diploma and degree programs who attain
the highest cumulative program grade point average at or above 3.80. Each program selects
and awards one gold medal for each academic year.

* Honours
🏅Gold Medalist

School of Business, Information Technology and Creative Arts (Applied Commerce and Management Education)

Applied Accounting (Certificate)

  • Abokede, Oluwafemi Oluwatimilehin
  • Ahmed, Muhammad
  • Arevalo, Trixia Anne Calupcupan
  • Arora, Ishita
  • Aroyehun, Sheriffdeen Babatunde
  • Aslam, Muhammed Abu Hurara
  • Ayoade, Olugbenga
  • Barton, Lillie*
  • Bicknell, Ethan Jeremiah H.
  • Bongga, Ailyn Dela Cruz
  • Chandwani, Divya Narendrakumar
  • Danganan, Shekainah Del Rosario*
  • Deruddere, Allison Marguerite
  • Fang, Guihua*
  • Fehr, Emma Helen Noelle*
  • Goldshtein, Yoav
  • Gruhn, Brock Emil
  • Hachero, Gage Nikolai*
  • Hassan, Marwa Mohamed B. M. S.*
  • Jiao, Ziyu* Kanika*
  • Kaur, Divleen
  • Kaur, Gagandeep
  • Kaur, Pavneet
  • Kaur, Prabhjot
  • Kour, Sukhbir
  • Laysa, Nichole De la Cruz*
  • Lewicky, Jennifer Lauren Lizaraso
  • Lavi, Estefanie
  • Ma, Ting
  • Madaan, Aryan*
  • Mazur, Brennan Cole Marcel
  • Mean, Amrinder Singh
  • Nagtalon, Mark
  • Neufeld, Jodi*
  • Nguyen, Duong Thuy
  • Nguyen, Truc Nuñez
  • Hernandez, Maria Eugenia Paz
  • Bermudez, Maria
  • Pullon-Hanson, December*
  • Rafi, Robiul Hasan
  • Santos, Ericka Joy Tan*
  • Shu, Jiajia*
  • Sidhu, Jaspreet Kaur
  • Singh, Aurshdeep
  • Singh, Karandeep
  • Singh, Khushpreet
  • Singh, Lakhveer
  • Stashko, Yevhenii*
  • Su, Yu-I*
  • Taha, Mohammed
  • Xu, Chao*
  • Yan, Jiali
  • Ye, Zhiqi*
  • Zhang, Jiasheng*
  • Zhang, Echo*
  • Zhang, Qiyang*
  • Zhang, Xueyuan

Business Administration – Accounting (Diploma)

  • Adzic, Stefan*
  • Ainscough, Kelsey MacKenzie
  • Arigo, Karen Cecilia Quizon*
  • Bansal, Gourish
  • Barkman, Hudson David*
  • Bunn, Katherine Martina
  • Burnett, Kevin Hugh*
  • Catalon, Debbie*
  • Coronel Barrera, Gloria Maria
  • Dong, Wenling
  • Falaja, Oluwatomisin Rhoda*
  • Foulkes, Andrew John
  • Gan, Biyun
  • Gaudette, Toni-Anne
  • Geiskkovitch, Kevin Uriel*
  • Gomes de Mattos Frossard, Carolina*
  • Hernández Osorio, Luis
  • Hsiao, Chin*
  • Inocentes, Handrehina Senica
  • Jawanda, Sukhman
  • Kaczur, Dylan*
  • Kaur, Gurleen*
  • Kaur, Jaspreet*
  • Kaur, Sukhpreet
  • Kaur, Tarandeep
  • Kopp, Teighlyn Arianna*
  • Lapason, Dianne Elia*
  • Lawrence Hewage, Sanduni Sanjana*
  • Mahajan, Anubhav
  • Millan Suarez, Andrea Mercedes*
  • Nguyen, Thy Ngoc Anh*
  • Pacey, Paige Camille
  • Patal, Ellaine
  • Penner, Chloe Hildebrandt*
  • Provido, Jeanne Alliah Soliman*
  • Qu, Longyan*
  • Quindoza, Chrysha Daniella
  • Regan, Thomas*
  • Saund, Akshdeep Kaur
  • She, Lijing*
  • Spence, Chasline
  • Talbot, Anika
  • Tan, Liyi*
  • Tayco, Alexa Marie Luces*
  • Tran, Angel-Lynn Annamarie
  • Yamamoto, Troy Zachary Kobe*
  • Yip, Ka Man*
  • Zavala Ayala, Violeta*

Business Administration – Administration (Diploma)

  • Acheson, Keith Ryan
  • Alcazar, Julia Anna Manalo
  • Bradshaw, Taylor Brienne
  • Shorting, Matthew Martin Tyler
  • Sundiang, Carlo Felix Garrido

Business Administration – Financial Services (Diploma)

  • Murphy, Kathleen Madeleine Nugent* 🏅
  • Aguilar Pinto, Mabel*
  • Arango Valencia, Mary Luz*
  • Back, Mingon*
  • Barrs, Karla Heather*
  • Cai, Feng
  • Calderon de Ruiz, Emma Maria
  • Cipitria Jara, Katherine MacArena*
  • Corral Cedeno, Ileana Patricia*
  • Crisostomo, Darvin Josh
  • De Gois Andrade, Lara*
  • De la Torre Alcazar, Cecilia
  • Doan, Le Quynh Giao*
  • Fedora, Danica
  • Friesen, Jaxsen*
  • Guzman Hernandez, Melissa*
  • Khanom, Mosammat Lavly
  • Lau, Sau Ting*
  • Leblanc, Shane*
  • Lisaba, Raffu Luis Tangonan
  • Mantilla Roman, Justine Domenica*
  • McKinney, Megan Jean*
  • Obidimma, Kennedy Chinonso
  • Partington, Geoffrey Edward Charles*
  • Redfern, Jamie Lee
  • Santos, Leila Andrea Samaniego*
  • Whitford, Hayden Avery
  • Wieler, Hailey Morgan Elaine*
  • Yan, Jennifer*

Business Administration – General (Diploma)

  • Adepoju, Feyisola
  • Akinmade, Hope Adeola
  • Amboy, Bryant Lester Rosales
  • Arellanos Ventura, Carol
  • Bassam
  • Bombon Lascano, Andrea*
  • Botones, Josh
  • Brar, Navsangeet Singh
  • Chan, Felicia Sin Yei
  • Chana, Sonia
  • Charach, Michael James
  • Cook, Nolan Philip Darcy*
  • Coughlin, Sean Cornelius
  • Deol, Gurnoor Singh
  • Espiritu, Lester June
  • Farah, Hamsa
  • Feng, Ying*
  • Finch, Zander
  • Francisco, Naomi Ruth
  • Galhotra, Diksha
  • Garcia Herrera, Stefania De Lourdes
  • Gureja, Anmol
  • Hassani, Faezeh
  • Kaul, Abhi
  • Kaur, Anupreet
  • Kaur, Harjot*
  • Kaur, Mehakpreet
  • Kaur, Poonampreet
  • Kaur, Prabnoor
  • Kaur, Supinder
  • Kingra, Jasleen Kaur
  • Li, Lin
  • Malasique, Jana Heredia
  • Onyschak, Olivia Joy
  • Peralvo Brito, Olga Carmela
  • Ponce Quintero, Ilse Gabriela*
  • Qiao, Yuhao*
  • Rai, Chandra Pratap
  • Rattu, Monica
  • Regidor, Nicole
  • Reyes Mosquera, Angelica Maria*
  • Riankasemsakul, Sirada
  • Rizvi, Syed
  • Turab Ali Rodgers, Devin Edward*
  • Rulloda, Matthew Jefferson
  • Salazar Obregon, Martin Adolfo*
  • Samra, Tejas Pratap Singh
  • Sansano, Andrei
  • Sayeed, Arzo*
  • Sellman, Elysha Michelle K.
  • Singh, Arbazdeep
  • Singh, Dilbagh
  • Singh, Gurkanwal
  • Sklar, Katrina Elinor
  • Smelski Zuk, Jack Nicholas
  • Steinke, Alia J.
  • Tanij
  • Wong, Yun Yu

Business Administration – Human Resources Management (Diploma)

  • Allard, Faith
  • Barker, Alexa Joan
  • Bhardwaj, Harein
  • Bhatti, Sumeet Singh
  • Bhisara, Prachi Vinod
  • Brar, Nagampreet Kaur
  • Brooks, Hannah*
  • Brotonel, Hannah Grace
  • Cadungog, Mae Danilyn*
  • Chan, Kathleen Gail A.
  • Chauhan, Ria*
  • Dennis, Ehjia Audrey Angela
  • Detablan, William Jake
  • Estrellada, Yvan Kurt
  • Evans, Courtney Christine
  • Gonzalez Vargas, Andrea Liliana*
  • Hurrell, Leah
  • Jeanson, Danielle Nicole
  • Johnston, Samantha Jennifer
  • Kaur, Jashandeep*
  • Kaur, Jasleen
  • Kaur, Mehakdeep*
  • Ku, Wing Kuen*
  • Loiselle, Xavier Adrien Grant
  • Martinez, Adiva Naomi*
  • Mohamed Kaleel, Mohamed Dufar
  • Nicolasora, Katherine Cadao*
  • Odin, Joan Ivie
  • Oluwanifemi Kofo Owokoya, Elizabeth
  • Onwumere, Ezichi Taiwo
  • Patel, Deep Mahesh
  • Pedracio, Stephen Kurt Alejandro
  • Pimentel Pegoraro, Milene*
  • Publow, Miranda Dawn*
  • Quiapon, Catherine Anne
  • Ramkalawan, Reanna
  • Roukema, Emily Roberta*
  • Sabuito, Renalyn
  • Saini, Maan Veer Kaur
  • Sandhu, Navneet Kaur
  • Sass, Megan Debra*
  • Scheller, Julie*
  • Sharma, Jahanvi
  • Sidhu, Simranpreet Kaur*
  • Sneha Wiebe, Michael Leighton
  • Xu, Yan*
  • Yarema, Whitney Amber Natasha

Business Administration – Logistics and Supply Chain Management (Diploma)

  • Akarabo, Briane*
  • Alix, Charles Haic*
  • Araujo Chavez, Raul
  • Alberto Babbar, Gagandeep Singh*
  • Baranyk, Leonard Michele*
  • Basa, Karen Garay*
  • Benites Gomez, Sarita Katherine*
  • Brar, Kamalveer Kaur
  • Chow, Alice*
  • De Belen, Jun King Alconaba*
  • De Luna Armendariz, Karen*
  • Desjardins, Chanelle
  • Fahad, Abdullah Hassan
  • Giancola, Kyle Michael*
  • Grieman, Emily Amber*
  • Iturri Pacheco, Juan Jose*
  • Kaastra, Hayden Taylor
  • Khattra, Eva
  • Kowalenko, Keedan
  • Lalo, Jolan Estrella*
  • Mac, Nhu To
  • Martinet Reyna, Claudia Ines*
  • Nguyen, An Thien
  • Nguyen, Le Minh Hau*
  • Nguyen, Lynn*
  • Oliveira Lima, Daniel*
  • Pelaez Guevara, Milet
  • Peña Vasquez, Sara Abigail*
  • Pesantez Navas, Nubia*
  • Rivera Lapaca, Jessica Marlene*
  • Sueiro, Maria
  • Suggitt, Troy
  • Tiberio, Claudio*
  • Yu, Fei*
  • Zhang, Jing*

Business Administration – Marketing (Diploma)

  • Balmoja, Ace Christian
  • Bejarano Martinez, Diana Paola
  • Best, Matthew Ryan
  • Boulanger, Derek
  • Bowen, Avery Grace
  • Brar, Sukhpreet Singh
  • Broda, Tyler Frederick
  • Burtniak, Austin Michael Peter*
  • Carreon, Ethan Michael
  • Carter, Jhames Carl
  • Celones, Breane
  • Chaudhari, Vraj Maheshbhai
  • Climacosa, Rovic
  • Cubreac, Emily Victoria
  • Dela Cruz, Chacha*
  • Dela Cruz, Zeinah U.*
  • Dueck, Hayden Dennis*
  • Eguigure Torres, Ginna Michelle*
  • Elamparo, Antonio Bibar Jr.*
  • Elliott, Harrison McNeil*
  • Emmnuel, Ramiz
  • Fedrizzi, Alexander Micheal
  • Fiebelkorn, Amanda Marie*
  • Gandhi, Nitesh
  • Germinario, Rio Agatino
  • Gibson, Amanda E. H.*
  • Glass, Jordan*
  • Godin, Eben
  • Green, Benjamin Thomas*
  • Harnett, Shanique Yvonne*
  • Harper, Coleton
  • Hernandez Acevedo, Zaira*
  • Hiebert, Justin Glen*
  • Isip, Ralph Gio Mercado
  • Kaboré, Cameron*
  • Kambo, Manpreet Kaur
  • Kendall, Tayla*
  • Klippenstine, Katherine Anne
  • Lazatin, Danica Le, Jance
  • Lee, Dylan Maxwell*
  • Low, Carson Robert
  • Macaluso, Maxwell Stephen*
  • MacDonald, Tanner Eric*
  • Malam, Joshua Adam*
  • Martin, Hannah MacKenzie*
  • McAulay, Adam D. A.
  • McCorrister, Ryan James
  • McDuffe, Montana Leigh*
  • Medved, Luca Alexander*
  • Moore, Kian*
  • Nakamura Archangelo, Rafael
  • Nguyen, My Tra
  • Okon, Uduakobong Godswill*
  • Olalojule, Sileola*
  • Oliveira, Aiden
  • Palahitski, Ethan
  • Pastel, Tal
  • Peltz, Ryan Alexander*
  • Perreault, Owen Joseph Edward
  • Pervez, Bushra
  • Plischke, Logan Blaize*
  • Poapst, Chelsie Kathleen*
  • Ren, Wenhui
  • Rubin, Lindsay Sarah
  • Saber, Shorouk*
  • Sharma, Jyotika
  • Shuster, Gabriel*
  • Sok, Eric*
  • Sorokowski, Brendan Joseph*
  • Soto, Micaela*
  • Spencer, Oliver Charles Alan
  • Suchy, Cameron Roy Trudel
  • Tavares, Brianna Morganti*
  • Tejada de Torres, Rina Elizabeth*
  • Trudel, Matthew Robert*
  • Uhrina-Hunter, Taylor Leigh
  • Veinot, Evan Andrzej*
  • Warkentin, Alyssa Jane*
  • Wilgosh, Owen Robert*
  • Winiasz, Madison
  • Yncio Ramos, Joel Issey*

Business Administration Co-op – Accounting (Diploma)

  • Antonowich, Ashley
  • Business Administration Co-op – General (Diploma)
  • Aragon, Jo Sept Deuda
  • Armbruster, Luke

Business Administration Co-op – Human Resources Management (Diploma)

  • Gambalan, Jamaica Ramos

Business Administration Co-op – Logistics and Supply Chain Management (Diploma)

  • Derewianchuk, Owen*

Business Administration Co-op – Marketing (Diploma)

  • Davis, Jesse Riley*
  • Normand, Kyle Mathew Joseph*

Commerce Industry Sales and Marketing (Certificate)

  • Abdullah, Raiyan Ibne
  • Amin, Md Nurul
  • Arshdeep Kaur
  • Arvinder Singh
  • Baseraba, Malone Maddox
  • Bodede, Ebunoluwa*
  • Chana, Sukhveer Kaur
  • Combis, Zhairalyn
  • Cruz de la Rosa, Nadia Jesus
  • Dally, Maci
  • Einfeld, Jack Charles
  • Guevarra, Niño Rodrigo
  • Henry, Andrew Aaron*
  • Kaur, Komalpreet
  • Kaur, Satpal
  • Kaur, Simran*
  • Khan, Saad Ahmed
  • Li, Bo*
  • Mahon, Cassidy Michelle*
  • Natasha*
  • Okeke, Victor Kosiso*
  • Osodo, Ian*
  • Pulak, Tasnimul Ahmed
  • Sharma, Rajat*
  • Singh, Gaganjot
  • Singh, Rajanpreet

School of Hospitality and Culinary Arts

Apprenticeship Cook (Certificate)

  • Bellemare, Real F.*
  • Lee, Madeline N.*
  • Neudorf, Dominique Ryan*
  • Pillarina, Jan A.
  • Tang, Tsz Ting

Culinary Arts (Certificate)

  • Chow, Pui Sze*
  • Edwards, Shelby Lorraine*
  • Lavallee, Chester Shay*
  • Li, Chengcheng*
  • Pham, Hong Quan*
  • Pineda, Azelle Mharl Lagmay
  • Siu, Ka Lok*
  • Thomas, Leticia Marie*

Culinary Arts (Diploma)

  • Argue, Jack Lochlin*
  • Cleto, Kaye Anne*
  • Doan, Ngoc Hoang Minh
  • Flett, Kiara Shyla
  • Fontaine, Faith
  • Gibas, Marjorie*
  • Kabonesa Mulenda, Magie Dorcas*
  • Kakegumick, Dimitri Paul
  • Karn, Samantha*
  • Kennedy, Riley-Jones Peter*
  • Lee, Shing Kit*
  • Lo, Shuk Man*
  • Martin, Liam*
  • Penner, Noah Matthew*
  • Pullan, Andrew Jacob*
  • Rogers, Diekolade Sandoval
  • Penate, Fernando
  • Secolles, Trizsa Angela Rico*
  • Shorting, Ursula D.
  • Tam, Pak Kan

Culinary Skills (Certificate)

  • Aminu, Miracle
  • Argamosa, Hannah Yvette*
  • Ascarrunz Bernal, Juan Pablo*
  • Benny, Ajomon
  • Du, Hefei*
  • Felipe, Sweetzhel Valentino*
  • Guo, Jiangxue*
  • Guo, Xinxin
  • Han, Lifang
  • Huang, Yonghai
  • Ji, Hanhui
  • Jiao, Wei*
  • Li, Yutong
  • Niu, Yafei*
  • Odiamar, Elizabeth Vicencio*
  • Pan, Xiaoyu*
  • Qiuyu, Pan*
  • Recaido, Ryan Manicdo*
  • Rivera de Blanco, Linda Carolina*
  • Rodríguez Valenzuela, Marbella*
  • Sekhon, Harsimranjeet*
  • Singh, Gurman
  • Singh, Tejpal
  • Solano Robert, Heidi*
  • Stewart, Terell Tang, Binyu*
  • Teng, Lu*
  • Tiwari, Dev Vu, Minh Tuan*
  • Wang, Tan*
  • Zhou, Xiaozhou

Professional Baking and Pastry (Certificate)

  • Diehl, Anni

Hospitality and Tourism Management (Certificate)

  • Fauni, Kyla Nadine Barrios*
  • Kaur, Gurleen
  • Kaushal, Yoshita
  • Patel, Riddhi Anjeshkumar
  • Tran, Nhat

Hotel and Restaurant Management (Diploma)

  • Kent, Chase Edgar Spitzke
  • Lagimodiere, Shea Violet*
  • Nguyen, Vy Phuoc Tuong
  • Trinidad, Gerald Delos Santos

Congratulations to RRC Polytech’s Class of 2024!

RRC Polytech campuses are located on the lands of Anishinaabe, Ininiwak, Anishininew, Dakota, and Dené, and the National Homeland of the Red River Métis.

We recognize and honour Treaty 3 Territory Shoal Lake 40 First Nation, the source of Winnipeg’s clean drinking water. In addition, we acknowledge Treaty Territories which provide us with access to electricity we use in both our personal and professional lives.

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