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How did your history degree help you in your career? We want to share your story and inspire budding historians!

If you’re interested in participating, please contact our Community Engagement Coordinator, Jessica Knapp.

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Working History: Kit Frost

Whether planning exhibits for Centre Block, or delving into social media, Kit Frost works to connect Canadians to their Parliament.

Working History: Sean Stoyles

As a historical consultant, Sean Stoyles has come to expect the unexpected.

Working History: Krista Cooke

Krista Cooke, Assistant Curator at the Canadian Museum of Civilization Corporation, has a tip on how to fast track your career.

Working History: Nelle Oosterom

Associate Editor Nelle Oosterom talks about editing popular history.

Working History: Michelle Foggett

Michelle Foggett is the Senior Coordinator of Educational Programming at the Archives of Ontario.

Working History: James Dykstra

Teacher James Dykstra describes exploring history in the classroom.

Working History: Louis-Philippe Lord

Louis-Philippe Lord has been reinventing himself for the last ten years, working as a guide-interpreter for Parks Canada.

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