Ashton College is proud of its students because they not only work hard, they also work smart. Many of our students have found their passion after completing a program of their choice from Ashton College. We thank our alumni for sharing their experiences and paving the way for future students of Ashton College.
Rakesh Sharma came to Canada with his family and had to go through a nerve-wracking, and at times frustrating, process of discovering a new career path. His consultation with Ashton College's advisor one day became fateful for him. A year after it, Rakesh graduated from the Immigration Practitioner program and was able to start his own business – the business that has been thriving for great 10 years!
Solid and up-to-date knowledge, attention to detail, time management, communication skills – these are some of the things that he developed and improved as a student. Now Rakesh proudly says that, to a great extent, he owes his success to Ashton College!
Happy people are those who genuinely enjoy their job. Meet Joe Wang – one of the most successful alumni of Ashton College. Joe is a believer that the career of an Immigration Consultant helps him fulfill the sense of achievement and purpose in his life. Having faced difficulties in the past with finding the right person to work on his own immigration case, Joe is grateful for receiving a solid foundation from Ashton College – a foundation that helped him become a top-notch professional in the field and provide outstanding services to his clients.
Nancy Lee is an independent financial adviser and a graduate of the Canadian Investment Funds Course (CIFC) at Ashton College. Watch to find out more about how the CIFC helped Nancy advance her career in Financial Services.
Melissa Briones is a 2014 graduate of Ashton’s Diploma in Human Resources Management Program. A native of Manila, Melissa immigrated to Canada in 2011 with her children in search of better professional opportunities for herself and for them. “It was a way for me to obtain what I wanted for my family, which was a better life and a brighter future,” she shares.