Student Mentor

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Nick Name: Nikki
Canadian School: MacEwan University
Program: Project Management and Professional Communication
Language: English/Tagalog/Hiligaynon
Location in Canada: Vancouver, BC
Current Job: Assistant to Executive Director
Years of Experience: 2+ years

About Nikki:

After working in the Philippines for two years, Nikki decided to embark on her journey in 2020. Despite the pandemic, she was able to travel to Canada as an international student and attend MacEwan University in Edmonton, Alberta, for a one-year certificate program.

Nikki is currently on her PGWP and working as an Assistant to the Executive Director (Foundation) for one of British Columbia's top performing schools.


  • Project Management
  • Professional Communication
  • Business Management
  • Customer Service
  • Documentation and Reporting
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