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TRANSFORMING THE FUTURE In this issue, we dig into one of the five winning TTF projects: Centennial Grows! - p. 10


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The Domestic Student Health Plan is getting an update with more comprehensive coverage and a new opt-out option.

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Design Jam is a unique opportunity for Centennial business students to gain experience in their field after they graduate.

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CCSAI clubs are a thriving and diverse community, here is one of the success stories and tips for how you can get involved too.

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College students aren’t known for having the healthiest lifestyle, we want to convince you to make the shift to healthy living.

MASTHEAD Editor-In-Chief Geoffrey Mosher

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The Colts had a busy summer and it’s going to be an even busier fall. We preview the excitement coming up in September.

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SAM CASAIS, PRESIDENT CCSAI SCASAIS@CENTENNIALCOLLEGE.CA 416-289-5000 EXT. 2324

Welcome to the fall semester and the CCSAI! This is truly an amazing place to study and an amazing community to be a part of. I have had the privilege to work with outstanding Board of Directors to prepare for the year and set up our programming for the fall.

to in the halls every day and the people you can talk to about how to make your journey at Centennial amazing.

Some of our main goals are to engage with students to raise their awareness of services, events, and opportunities available. We also want to focus on centralizing student concerns to ensure that we capture your needs and are able to advocate effectively.

- Develop an external network of organizations that helps us advocate for your needs as a student.

We are always working hard to better serve you and have set seven goals for this year to help us be responsive and accountable to you:

- Create an evaluation protocol that allows us to measure the success of our services and activities and help us improve them according to your needs.

- Provide online options for all of CCSAI initiatives and services to allow everyone to access them.

We are all excited for the semester and want to work hard to ensure your voice is heard and we can accomplish all of these goals.

- Develop a feedback model and data-driven decision making model to ensure your voice is being heard in all of our decisions. - Create intentional personal interactions with our students (You!). We want to be the people you say “hi�

- Collaborate with different departments at the College to offer a larger variety of services and opportunities for you.

- Ensure that all we provide is inclusive of our entire student population.

We hope we can help you set the tone for your studies at Centennial. If you have any ideas, suggestions, feedback or concerns feel free to reach out to me, your campus representatives, or visit any CCSAI office.

Student Advocates As student advocates, we are here to inform you on: What is a grade appeal, and what are the necessary steps What is plagiarism and how could it affect your grade What does academic penalty mean The services we provide at the Centennial College Student Association Inc. How to access support, advocacy and information pertinent to your individual needs For more information or to set-up a meeting with a student advocate, please contact our office at

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Service Spotlight:

HEALTH PLAN

All full-time, activity-fee paying domestic students are covered by a health plan provided through We Speak Student and underwritten by ClaimSecure. The cost is $75 per semester (maximum premium is $150) and the term of coverage is from enrolment through the end of the academic year (for example, Sept. 2018-Aug. 2019). Students have an option to add their dependents for an additional charge. There is also an opt-out option if you have coverage through another provider. Both of these options are done online through the We Speak Student website. The health plan covers 90% of most prescriptions to a maximum of $1200 per academic year. Birth control is now included in the plan (maximum $200). Basic and preventative dental (maximum $400) at 70% coverage with some provision for minor restorative services (at 50% coverage). We Speak Student also has a Dental

Network that can provide higher coverage if using a dentist within the network. There is also coverage for Registered Massage Therapy or Physio (maximum $300) and Psychologist or Speech Therapy (maximum $500 single or combined services). Vision coverage is $80 of eye examinations and $100 towards the cost of lenses or contact lenses. There is also a full program of accident benefits as well as AD&D and repatriation. You can visit www.WeSpeakStudent.com for more information. There is also a live chat option available. Brochures are available in all CCSAI offices and online at www.ccsai.ca/services/health-plan

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For everything that you need to know about the plan, head to www.WeSpeakStudent.com and select Centennial College from the dropdown menu. You can also download the mobile application from the iTunes and GooglePlay stores. Their tollfree phone number is 1-800-315-1108. Starting in September 2018, there is also a student assistance plan through Asperia that provides everything from studying support videos to addiction and mental health supports. What if I’m an international student? The International Office administers the health plan for international students. You can find more information on that plan here. For further details on the international student health insurance plan, contact sage@centennialcollege.ca or call 416-289-5393.


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CCSAI wants to celebrate the semester by giving away great prizes for five whole days! Wondering how you can get a prize? Over these five days, we will be hiding our logo somewhere on each campus. Get location clues every morning by following our Instagram stories via @CCSAIToronto. Find the sticker, bring it to the CCSAI office and see what you’ve won.

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Election Day Vote! The City of Toronto is seeking people to fill a variety of positions for Election Day, visit toronto.ca/elections /employment to find out more

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Centennial College took their Pride Month celebrations to a new level this year with an expanded Pride Picnic and a full float in the parade on Sunday, June 24. This was the first year Centennial College had a float and it did not disappoint. Members of the entire Centennial Community joined the celebration!

To see the full photo gallery visit: ccsai.ca/proud-out-loud/

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By: Zainab Chunawala

Looking for Work? Explore Opportunities with the Centennial College Design Jam Experiential Learning Program!

“I found the concept of design thinking very interesting and relevant. This project is actually how the environment is in the real world workforce, with people of different skill sets coming together, which makes it very exciting”, elaborates Ann Marie Samuels who is an experienced paralegal research professional.

The Design Jam Program by Centennial College is a unique opportunity for new graduates to get relevant work experience and industry exposure, all while working in cross-disciplinary groups to solve real industry problems. The participants are on a 16-week project and are Christine DeGuzman is a financial service graduate and aspiring financial analyst, who is mentored by the employer they are working with, to help them in also working on this project. She adds, “I’m looking to build on my their job search after graduation. Funded by the Ministry of Training, presentation and problem-solving skills through this program while College and Universities, this initiative is run by the Career Services I already feel like I could showcase and practice my teamwork, and Co-operative Education Department, the Leadership Academy organization and communication skills.” Both Sanket and Christine Through this program I’m and The Office of Strategic Initiatives and External Relations. are very enthusiastic and excited about the direction their project is taking and how it’s shaping up. getting exposure to the The first cohort began in June 2018 and is almost ready for their research field which is a very showcase, taking place in October. Department of Imaginary Affairs even features their Design Jam valuable addition to my team on their website: www.dia.space/2018/07/16/welcoming-4resume, since I studied Market One of the employers participating is the Department of Imaginary centennial-grads-to-the-dia/. Research & Analytics and want Affairs, a not-for-profit organization looking to share stories of new to build my career in this field. Canadians in the hopes of creating a nation of empathetic citizens, “The goal of this experiential learning initiative is to increase social public services, and policies. capital, foster career resilience, and engage employers as active partners in the career development journey of students”, Melanie Sanket Shah Their Design Jam project is the creation of a workshop Holmes, Project Lead of Design Jam said. implementation plan, developing workshop materials, researching partners, locations and acquiring sources of additional funding. Collaborating to successfully “This on-the-job experience is structured to strengthen transferable skills such as complete this project is Sanket Shah, a recent Centennial graduate coming from a business communication, teamwork/collaboration, critical thinking and problem-solving in working background. towards innovative solutions to business processes”, adds Melanie.

“Through this program I’m getting exposure to the research field which is a very valuable addition to my resume, since I studied Market Research & Analytics and want to build my career in this field”, explains Sanket.

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Safran Landing Systems, the world leader in aircraft landing and braking systems, is also mentoring a group of Design Jam participants. The project the new engineering graduates are working on is to deliver the reasons, type and occurrence rate of wheel and tire failures in commercial aviation, and to make recommendations for the improvement in design rules and practices. The participants are working to develop a comprehensive listing of aircraft wheel and tire failure occurrences spanning the past several decades through company research tools and are determined to share their results with the employers at the showcase. Focus Inspired, a career guidance service based out of Markham, Ontario, is another partner for this cohort. HR and Software Engineering grads are collaborating to build a career bot application that will help students with their job search.

WITH DESIGN JAM YOU CAN:

Participants with a background in marketing and business are enjoying working with Incite Creative Media House, which is a digital content agency that specializes in marketing media. They challenged the Design Jam team to build them a successful marketing and promotions strategy that would promote their services effectively to future clients. Recently graduated from the Creative & Digital Strategy program and working on this team is Cindy Navarrete. She shares why she chose to participate, “My goal is to make meaningful connections in the agency field and hopefully land a full-time position through this opportunity.”

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Also engaging with Design Jam on this cohort is Canadian Spinal Research Organization (CSRO). Putting their skills together to complete the project is, graduate of the Workplace Wellness and Health Promotion program Neha Kiyada. She passionately elaborates, “I’m working with a web developer from the Software Engineering program and a graduate of the Business Marketing program and together we are developing strategies for a new initiative called Everybody Against Distracted Driving. This involves website development and mission and outreach strategy as part of the project deliverables. The mentorship by CSRO has been extremely valuable and it’s a great experience working with them.”

Gain relevant work experience that you can add to your resume Receive mentoring by an industry professional Receive personal career coaching to transition from college to career Develop leadership, communication, teamwork, and problem-solving skills Network with industry professionals and showcase your products, business solutions, and your skills

ELIGIBILITY: The program is entirely free of cost; and graduates receive a stipend towards participation. The commitment required from participants is of 16 weeks, 15-20 hours a week; which consists of working on the industry project, either on campus or on the employers’ site and attending the professional development workshops and personal career coaching on campus.

Learn more about Design Jam by watching the video here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=TLCyaLmupzU&feature=youtu.be

Centennial students who graduated within the past 18 months (i.e. April 2017 - January 2019 graduates) who feel they need additional experience to be competitive, and are committed to devoting the mentioned time and effort in project work and their own professional development, looking for help in securing employment and have demonstrated professionalism in their studies are welcome to apply for the next cohort beginning in January 2019. Simply submit your resume and cover letter stating why you would be interested in Design Jam to careerservices@centennialcollege.ca

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CENTENNIAL GROWS, CAMPUS WHAT IS TRANSFORMING THE FUTURE? FOOD SERVICES TRUG GARDENS Transforming The Future (TTF) is a joint collaboration between Centennial College and the Centennial College Student Association Inc. that pledges up to $100,000 annually to fund new projects on campus that will leave a positive legacy within the Centennial College community. Students introduced the TTF fee in September 2006 to fund capital projects at each campus. The funds are not intended to offset college expenses, rather to provide for projects that are non-academic in scope and enhance the student experience. Five projects were selected in 2018; here is one of the exciting projects that were funded this summer.

Centennial College campuses have a variety of unique outdoor spaces. TTF is trying to maximize these spaces to get the most out of them. With community gardens at Ashtonbee, and patios or courtyards at all campuses, there is no shortage of outdoor space. The Trug Gardens and Centennial Grows were proposed to take advantage of such a space at Progress. The purpose of Centennial Grows is to help teach about sustainability and provide a practical source of food right at the door of The Local and our Hospitality, Tourism and Culinary Arts facility. These gardens will be used on campus by The Local, The Union, and Aramark to help provide fresh food where we live, study and work.

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Six trug planters were installed in the green space at the centre of Progress campus in the spring. All interested Progress campus community members, along with our CCSAI, Culinary Arts and Aramark Food Services Teams will be able to contribute in the growth of this initiative.

WHAT IS A TRUG GARDEN? A Trug Garden is a sustainable shallow elevated garden planter made of wood. Students and faculty of our Culinary Arts programs decided which items to plant based on the harvest times, and what can be most readily used by the on campus food services. Some of the items this year included banana peppers, the three sisters corn, beans and squash, and a selection of herbs. The project was open to collaboration from the community. Students and faculty from the Environmental Studies program were also invited to be a part of the planning and planting.


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“We feel this project will bring a greater understanding of what it takes to bring fresh local produce from the ground to the table and not just have the convenience of grabbing whatever you want at the supermarket regardless of the season. This will help to ensure that our Centennial Community members know the value of eating healthy and supporting the farming community around us and we are committed to this project by having all three of our Campus Food Service providers work together in partnership to create awareness of local ingredients used throughout our campuses.�

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By: Geoffrey Mosher How did you get involved with the Filipino Association?

Jay Ramirez is an international student that found it really hard to adjust at first in Canada and at Centennial College. He wanted to go back home, but having the club experience changed that. It sparked a desire in him to build a community by sharing experiences with other students and helping each other out. He explains that the Filipino club isn’t just for Filipino students, but for everyone. Clubs provide an opportunity for students to share their interests, cultures and hobbies with everyone and to build community and connections with students that weren’t there before.

I actually got started with CISA (Centennial International Student Ambassadors) and I think there were two or three Filipino members of CISA. Justin suggested we start a Filipino club. Then next thing you know we had this club. What was the process like starting the club? It started out with someone taking the initiative of gathering all the people interested, and then deciding whoever gets the (executive) positions; president, vice president. Then getting all those interested members, because we need at least 10 members and five executives. We knew a number of Filipinos that were enrolled in the summer, so we took their names and were in contact with CCSAI Engagement Coordinators, Loise and Justin. They helped us apply for the club, then we got all the requirements for the group and got ratified.

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Would you say it was a hard process? It wasn’t really hard, but I guess the challenge was getting all those executives to really get the position they wanted because… someone would really have to step up and get the position of president. We were like pointing at each other and no one wanted to take the president, so I took it, and it was fun.

What are your goals to build that community for the rest of the year? We’re creating a Facebook group where everyone can share their stories, share their experiences, share if they need help and they can ask for assistance. They can message everyone that is in the group and actually ask everyone else to join if they want to.

How has the experience of club president been? It was a bit challenging because I’ve never had this position before. I was manager at work but this was kind of different because we are dealing with students. I was nervous at first, but I think what made it easy was the support of the leaders here; from the CCSAI, and from CISA, Loise was really helpful, Miguel from International Education. They helped us really plan out for the events and share their experiences with events planning and how to deal with students, how to promote the clubs. They really helped us to apply for the ratification and approval of our events, what to put in those forms that we were filling out. It was easy for us and it’s all because of them. What kind of events have you done? We had our first event a couple of weeks ago. It was a launch party. It was held at the Student Centre Clubland. We had the introduction of the club. So we had our members as well as the guests that we invited. There weren’t only Filipinos there; there were Mexicans, Indians, and Koreans. We wanted to welcome them and let them know that it’s open for all. We wanted to share Filipino culture and also build a community in school, build a support group and that’s what our aim is; to build a community and a family at school. Which is not only for Filipinos but also for everyone that likes to share that experience with us.

Do you have any advice for students looking to start their own club? My advice is don’t be afraid. Don’t be afraid to ask. People are afraid of starting something because they are afraid they might make mistakes, or they might do something that could expel them from school or something. I have those fears, but you should always ask if you’re not sure about anything and there’s always help for everything. We have really good help from the school and they really are advocating for these kinds of events and groups, students supporting each other. I am really glad to have been a part of CISA first and now this Filipino club, because if it wasn’t for CISA, I wouldn’t be able to be a part of this club. CISA was really the stepping-stone of this whole club thing. I started just wanting to help out and share my experience with international students and then from there we have created this Filipino club. I encourage students to join all the organizations we have at school like the CCSAI, or CISA and that’s where they start. Then they get to meet other people who share the same interest, or language or culture and then through that they create a group of their own and collaborate with other people and clubs as well. I think that’s the best part of it. It’s creating your own, then spread out and making it bigger, including some more people in it and having fun!

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The growing reality is that the college student lifestyle is often associated with poor food choices, poor sleeping habits, weight gain and increasingly with mental health issues. Lucky enough for students there is a simple, cost-effective way to begin combating all of these things all at once. ADD EXERCISE! Adding regular exercise to your schedule 2-3 times per week has endless research backing it that shows an improvement in lifestyle across all areas of student health and wellness. In addition, the Public Health Agency of Canada invests a lot every year to promote physical activity as a preventative measure to combat illness and decrease the stress on our healthcare system. That is saying a lot about the benefits of exercise. Health Canada on Exercise: www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/health-promotion/healthy-living/physical-activity.html Once you start to keep exercise in your schedule you will no doubt begin to see results. You will be a part of a growing community of people using exercise to better their lives. The more structured your physical activity becomes, the more results you will see and the more likely you will want to improve your lifestyle habits to support your newfound results. Research has also shown that those who are regularly physically active will score higher on tests and are able to focus in class more compared to those who do not exercise regularly. Recent studies suggest that physical activity promotes brain development. I encourage anyone to read up more on this research done by Dr. John Ratey, professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. He has a great book on the topic called Spark. Centennial College offers a variety of physical activity opportunities in our fitness centres, through intramural sports, drop-in gym times, excursions and more. We even offer personal trainers to help those who need a little more structure and motivation. Students would benefit to explore all of their options on campus. Here are some quick links below to keeping active on campus: Student Association Athletic & Wellness Centre: www.myawc.ca/classes/ Centennial Athletics & Recreation: www.gocolts.ca/

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Changes Effective September 2, 2018:

TTC.CA/EXPRESS

The 134C Progress will see increased service with increased funding in 2018 to give much needed service improvements and address overcrowding. Part of the service improvement will also include a new 913 Progress Express service to Centennial College operating express in the peak direction (college bound in the AM, towards STC in the PM peak). Northbound stops (AM Peak): Scarborough Centre Station, Triton Road at McCowan Road, Progress Avenue at Markham Road, Progress Avenue at Roadway to Centennial College, Centennial College Progress Campus. Southbound stops (PM Peak): Centennial College Progress Campus, Progress Avenue opposite Roadway to Centennial College, Progress Avenue at Markham Road, McCowan RT Station, Scarborough Centre Station.

The TTC has a couple of exciting announcements for the start of the school year. They are improving serivce on over 30 bus routes throughout the city and adding some new express routes. Many existing express routes will also be renumbered to a 900-series number to distinguish them from other bus and streetcar routes. The TTC describes the new system as “Easy. Expanded. Express.” You can identify the new Express Network routes by looking for green route number marker – or “lozenges” as they call them – on TTC stop markers, maps and signs throughout the city. On stop markers, you’ll also find a badge indicating that a stop is served by an Express Network route.

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902 Markham Road Express is an exciting addition to the Express Network routes. The TTC has reorganized the route by reducing the number of 102A buses to Centennial College and added more replacement service with the new 902 express route. It will run express from Warden Station to Sheppard Avenue with stops at Centennial College Progress Campus. 905 Eglinton East Express (formerly 198 U of T Scarborough Rocket) This is simply a renaming of the former route and will keep the same bus stops.


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Complete club training You have started a club Deadline to start a club September 21st 2018 at 4:00 p.m. For more information visit ccsai.ca or any CCSAI office

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