Our Gloryland Prep School project was featured in an award winning documentary, directed by a Canadian UN Youth Delegate. The film has been shown in over 15 international film festivals and has won 2 awards. The available will be documentary to the public for sale in 2018.


In June 2016, Kareem Roberts is this year’s 2016 Alumni Achievement Award winner. From Brampton, Ontario, Roberts is the Founder and President of K-Robs Social Enterprise, a non-profit consultancy organization that partners with local non-governmental organizations, and organizations with similar missions, to seek opportunities to overcome challenges and barriers that prevent children in developing countries from accessing quality education. He graduated from Algoma U’s Bachelor of Business Administration program with a major in Marketing in 2008. The Alumni Achievement Award acknowledges the professional, civic, and personal accomplishments of an Algoma University alumnus/a who has graduated within the last 10 years.


Two Algoma University business students Josh Gibbs and Josh Wooly went to Tanzania Africa during this year’s summer break to put their studies into action. The students won a case competition in their Not for Profit class, where the goal was to develop new solutions to help deal with education issues in Tanzania Africa. This opportunity allowed the students to reside in Tanzania and see first-hand how their solutions help the school. This opportunity was a joint project with the business faculty at Algoma University and K-Robs Social Enterprise with the goal of gaining work experience and applying what they have learned into real life situations and exposing them to international environments.