Student Mentor

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Nick Name: Rhod
Canadian School: Saskatchewan Polytechnic
Program: Early Childhood Education
Language: Tagalog/English
Location in Canada: Regina, SK
Current Job: Licensed ECE
Years of Experience: 10 years

About Rhod:

Rhod and his family moved to Canada in 2014. He has worked as customer service attendant and as a restaurant worker while he's waiting for his ECE License level 3.  Currently Rhod is working on his High School Teaching Certificate under the SPTRB-Saskatchewan Professional Teachers Regulatory Board at the University of Regina.

Before moving to Canada, Rhod has worked for Department of Labor and Employment and Department of Education for over 7 years in the Philippines.


  • ADHD-Attention-Deficit
  • Hyperactivity Disorder
  • FAS-fetal alcohol Syndrome
  • Handling children with Autism
  • ECE Pathway
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