Student Mentor

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Nick Name: Abby
Canadian SchoolConestoga College
ProgramPost-Graduate Certificates in Critical Care Nursing and Gerontology Nursing   
Language: English/Tagalog/Ilocano
Location in Canada: Bridgewater, NS
Current Job: Registered Nurse  
Years of Experience: 8 years

About Abby:

Abby moved to Canada in August of 2018 as an international student. She has worked as a Registered Nurse in the Philippines and overseas. She studied for two years in Kitchener, ON with clinical placements on Surgery and Medicine in St. Mary’s General Hospital, Grand River Hospital, Cambridge Memorial Hospital, and long-term care settings in Lanark Heights, Sunbeam Community and Developmental Services for medically complex/technology independent individuals.

Abby previously held a license as a Registered Practical Nurse in ON and worked as a Registered Nurse for a year after passing the NCLEX. She is currently working as a Registered Nurse in NS after moving from ON this 2021.


  • Registered Nurse
  • Overseas Experience
  • DIY Applicant
  • NCLEX 
  • Health Care Industry
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