Mattia is in his first year at the University of Chicago. He’s a member of the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity and the varsity basketball team. Mattia also volunteers at other sports events at the University, and is part of a group that mentors elementary school children in Chicago. This summer, Mattia will be studying at the London School of Economics.
Darren is a Bachelor of Commerce student at McGill University’s Desautels Faculty of Management. Although he had to miss this year’s rugby season due to knee surgery, he’s busy as an executive writer for The McGill Students Business Review and a member of the Desautels sports management club.
Simon is attending Middlebury College in Vermont and pursuing a liberal arts curriculum, including courses in history, philosophy and film. He’s considering majoring in film and media studies. Simon is currently training for Middlebury’s track and field and cross country teams.
Jack is taking a gap year as a member of the Ontario Ski Team, training and racing across Ontario, Quebec and the northeastern US. Next year, he’s planning to take his deferred spot at McGill University in the life sciences program.
Aiden is in his first year at Middlebury College in Vermont. This fall, he played wide receiver for the football team. He’s considering majoring in economics or political science.
Zacharie has been awarded a Greville Smith Scholarship for 2016-17 as he pursues his Bachelor of Commerce degree at McGill University’s Desautels Faculty of Management. In addition to his participation in the Desautels Business Conference on Sustainability, Zacharie is playing flag football and getting involved in provincial politics for the upcoming elections.
Justin is a Bachelor of Medical Sciences student at Western University. He’s involved with Right to Play Western, part of an international humanitarian organization using sport and play to nurture positive change in disadvantaged areas around the globe. Justin is also a member of the Running for London track club.
Philippe is a second-year student of economics at Queen’s University. His particular interests are in business and finance. Philippe is also a member of the varsity football team. He completed a financial consulting internship at SNCO Finance in Montreal, and he’s currently doing part-time business development at a Montreal-based start-up. Next year, Philippe is eager to study abroad, discovering the world and learning different perspectives.
Louis is in his second year at The Stephen J. P. Smith School of Business at Queen’s University, where he’s exploring his interests in finance, value investing and macroeconomics. He plays on the varsity football team and teaches French with the university’s peer tutoring program. Louis continues his work as a UCC ambassador, currently representing the Smith School of Business as a member of the high school liaison team.
Jeff is a second-year commerce student at The Stephen J. P. Smith School of Business at Queen’s University. He’s a member of the varsity rugby team, and he volunteers with QMAC, a group that runs marketing campaigns for the Smith School. This summer, Jeff will be working in the finance industry.
Akeil is pursuing a double major in economics and political science at the University of Toronto. He competes with the U of T varsity track team and plays Ontario League 1 Soccer with the Sanjaxx Lions. Akeil hopes to attend law school in the future.
Philippe is in his second year of the dentistry program at Laval University. He spends the majority of his time in the lab working on his manual skills, as he’ll be treating patients as soon as next fall. Philippe has been elected vice-president of finance for Laval’s association for dental medicine students. He’s also in the process of enrolling as a dentist in the Canadian Armed Forces.
Liam is a junior at Harvard, studying molecular and cellular biology while he concurrently does research at Massachusetts General Hospital. This year he’s playing on the Harvard Club basketball team. He’s also a tutor in the economics department and an on-campus liaison for student mental health.