Caroline Martel

Student is standing in nature

I never would have been able to travel internationally or learn from such impactful teachers without the support of the GSO, not only financially but emotionally and spiritually – the support was there every step of the way and from everyone involved in the process from beginning to

This experience increased my self-esteem and confidence, as I struggle with an anxiety disorder and never imagined I could travel internationally like this. I was also diagnosed with PTSD as a result of my career and personal experiences. Although difficult to explain, I can say it was an incredibly healing experience, to be in a country that I had (based on stereotypes) imagined was in a sense responsible for some of the drug problems happening here on Turtle Island and seeing the beauty and the pain that we have been a part of in Colombia.

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A trading nation needs a globally engaged workforce

Canadian businesses need to work harder to remain competitive, globally relevant, and accessible. A large part of that is having access to the right talent.