We’re inviting high school grads (with parents, youth leaders and mentors) to join our webinars where they can ask their questions about university to our university students from Power to Change and InterVarsity. Meet our panelists below.

The Zoom links for the webinars are listed.

Plus, if you attend or submit a question, you have a chance to win a $50 Amazon gift card.

Submit your question below.

Meet Our Panelists

Callum MacLeod

Callum is currently studying Political Science and Economics at McMaster University. In his spare time he loves playing sports, especially volleyball, and is also an avid reader. He’s also a huge Maple Leafs fan and is known to enjoy a good cup of coffee. 

Jeshan Jesuratnam

Jeshan is a fourth year commerce student at UofT. P2C has been such a huge part of his life throughout university, as they’ve helped him draw closer to God and live as a Christian in his everyday life. In his spare time you can find him playing piano, going mountain biking, or watching UFC.

Tabea De Vries

Tabea is in second year at the University of Ottawa, where she is studying Conflict Studies and Human Rights. She moved to Ottawa in the Fall after completing two years of pre-university CÉGEP studies at home in Montreal. She works part-time at the House of Commons where she serves as a Page, assisting Members of Parliament and the House’s proceedings. Outside of work and school, Tabea loves exploring Ottawa on her bike, hanging out with friends, playing piano, and curling up with a good book and a cup of tea!

Talia Kennedy

Talia is a second year student at the University of Ottawa studying French and Linguistics. She moved to the city in September after finishing her first year online from home in Fredericton, NB. When she is not in class, she loves to spend time with her friends, go skating on the Rideau Canal, singing in the Ottawa Regional Youth Choir and playing intramural hockey! She has loved being in the city so far and has enjoyed meeting new people and exploring new places since the beginning of her time in university.

Ubelejit Oyet

Ubelejit, but you can call him Ub (you-bee), is a third year Civil Engineering student at the University of Waterloo. Some of his hobbies include cooking, reading, playing Mario-Kart and, playing basketball. For him, transitioning to university was interesting experience to say the least. He looks forward to answering questions and discussing topics related to university alongside other panelists!  

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