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Jessica – From Student Affairs to the Non-Profit Sector

Jessica – From Student Affairs to the Non-Profit Sector

Update: 2021-03-24
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#28 – Jessica Bondy has always been a natural leader and from a young age she developed a passion for helping others. Towards the end of high school, as she tried to figure out what career path to go down, she flipped open a book about careers and landed on recreation therapist. Everything about the job seemed right so she set off to the University of Waterloo to begin her education. 

While excelling academically in her undergraduate degrees (she did two of them simultaneously), Jessica became heavily involved in student life, specifically in the area of housing. While she had plans to pursue a full-time Master’s degree once she graduated, a full-time job popped up in Campus Housing and Jessica jumped at the opportunity, thus beginning her career in Student Affairs.  

Years later while on maternity leave from another role at the university, Jessica began to feel like she needed to make a change. After testing out many options, she realized that if she wanted to ensure happiness in her future career she needed to get back to her roots and help those in need. As she began to explore the non-profit sector, a crazy turn of events led her to become the Housing Director at House a Friendship in the Waterloo Region of Ontario, Canada; a role she is still in today.


Social Links for House of Friendship

Website: https://www.houseoffriendship.org/

Twitter: @hofwatreg

Facebook: @houseoffriendshipwr  

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Jessica – From Student Affairs to the Non-Profit Sector

Jessica – From Student Affairs to the Non-Profit Sector

Jonathan Collaton