Sharon Aschaiek is a professional education writer who provides writing services to colleges, universities, private schools and education associations. She has consulted on, written, edited and proofread communications documents for schools in Toronto and beyond, including the University of Toronto, Ryerson University, York University, McMaster University, Humber College, George Brown College and Centennial College.
As an education journalist, Sharon writes about trends, issues, opportunities and events in the education space in Toronto and across Canada. Her work as an education reporter has appeared in publications such as The Toronto Star, The Toronto Sun, Canoe.ca, London Free Press and Our Kids Go To School, and in alumni magazines for universities in and around Toronto. Her education stories have covered topics such as the evolution of classroom technologies, innovative student projects, and how to choose a private school.
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June 8, 2016
Canadian scholarship program connects with the Commonwealth
The southern African country of Botswana wants to up its game in the area of organized sport, and Brock University sport management student Michael Small has pitched in to help out. For four months last fall, Mr. Small worked as an intern with the Botswana National Olympic Committee and the Botswana Athletics Association, assisting the organizations to roll out their new training program for coaches. He booked venues, prepared budgets, organized catering and created post-session online surveys for participants. He also helped create a website for the athletics association and set up its Facebook and Twitter accounts.
“These initiatives help these nations use sports to address local concerns and broader social issues,” said Lisa Kikulis, an associate professor and chair of the department of sport management at Brock. “At the same time, they’re building the next generation of sports leaders.”
You can read Sharon's full story on the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Scholarships program here.