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Christina Coolidge
Communication, Art + Technology › Communication
SFU Student

Christina Coolidge is currently attending SFU as a graduate student in the department of Communications. She is the Indigenous Program Researcher with the Career Services department. Christina is a member of the Tsleil-Waututh First Nation and her matrilineal ancestry includes Metis (Cree and Scottish) from the Red River area. She hopes to help build a bridge between Indigenous and Non-Indigenous communities in order to better understand one another and to live together in a spirit of unity.

Published

Title Content Type Authored Views Likes Saves
Idle No More: An Example of the Power of Social Media 2013-01-26 93
An Education 2013-11-11 19
Indigneous Peoples Career Stories 2013-02-04 20
Indigenous Peoples Career Stories: Employer Networking 2013-02-07 17
Indigenous People's Career Stories 2013 2013-03-03 176
Encouraging Our Youth 2013-03-09 11
Aboriginal Employment Equity 2013-03-11 37
Indigenous Student Transitions | Part One 2013-03-17 11
Indigenous Student Transitions | Part Two 2013-04-01 4
My Mother's Daughter 2013-05-22 12
Our History is Your History 2015-05-27 14
Q & A with Princess Temple 2013-06-02 13
An Elders Teachings on Being a Student 2013-06-04 19
Honouring Feast at SFU 2013-06-24 13
Aboriginal People with Degrees in Education 2013-06-28 12
Randy Jack 2013-06-28 26
But For the Grace of God, Go I 2013-08-02 11
A Tribe Called Red 2013-08-22 11
Aboriginal Appropriation 2013-08-15 9
Aboriginal Student for a Day Event 2013-09-11 12
What Did You Do This Summer? 2013-09-14 8
A Walk to Remember 2013-09-22 12
To Vote Or Not To Vote: Three Debates 2013-09-27 4
Aboriginal Advancement with UA Local 170 2013-10-07 19
Walk the Talk 2013-10-19 19
5 Tips for Success in the Workplace 2013-11-11 28
What Does it Take to be an Aboriginal Inclusive Employer? 2013-11-11 13
Haida/Kwakwakw’wakw Artist and Business Owner, Nalaga 2013-12-02 40
Applying for Graduate Studies 2013-12-11 14
Volunteer for Aboriginal Not-For-Profits in Vancouver 2013-12-12 51