Wagar interns get creative with Inspirations
by Wendy Singer
This school year, Inspirations is pleased to be hosting two graphic design interns from Wagar Adult Education Centre of the English Montreal School Board. Since January, Michael Rivard and Nathan Stacey have been coming to work at the Inspirations office, located at the board’s head office, two days a week. They’ve been applying the skills they’ve learned in the classroom to a variety of projects, including designing ads (some of which are in this edition), updating Inspirations’ and school websites, and creating flyers, logos and graphics (which you can see on our social media feeds). This continues the partnership that began last Spring when Inspirations provided Wagar students with in-class projects.
“This has been the perfect experience to spread my graphic wings,” said Stacey.
“Being around experts is expediting the learning process. We’re getting better, faster and more confident as we flex our creative muscles,” said Rivard.
Inspirations is grateful for the creativity, enthusiasm and fresh perspectives that Rivard and Stacey are bringing to the publication. Thank you for your collaboration on this edition!