KinRec Connect: Get to know FKRM alumni and where they are now
Kinrec Connect: Get to know FKRM alumni and where they are now
Every month, we feature an FKRM alum through an informal, off-the-cuff Q & A feature entitled KinRec Connect. This offers a chance to meet and learn about the catalysts behind our exiting and dynamic faculty and the many who have blazed their own trails.
From U of M student to Super Bowl champion
Monte Wong is a 2002 graduate of the Athletic Therapy stream in the Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science degree (now called Bachelor of Kinesiology) program. He shares how he leveraged his education at U of M to ultimately spring-board himself to a career in the upper echelon of his field.
Landing a dream job through fieldwork
Moments after stepping off the convocation stage, degree parchment clenched in-hand, some graduates might think to themselves, “what now?”
Others, such as newly-minted 2018 Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management alumna, Jessie Chubaty, know exactly where they’re off to following graduation.
Jacquelyn Dumontet, 2011
Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management graduates often obtain employment in their field of expertise straight out of the graduation gate. Our alumni also leverage their education to gain entry into graduate and doctorate level programs, such as those offered in medicine and rehabilitation sciences.
Melissa Deonaraine, 2009
Meet 2009 Bachelor of Kinesiology-Athletic Therapy alumna Melissa Deonaraine to share her experiences as a student, and to fill us in on her life after U of M.