Tania Czemerynski’s bad hair days are behind her — and she wants to tame your mane, too.
Czemerynski is the founder of Cze by Tania, a Winnipeg business that specializes in all-natural hair and beard care products for women and men. Czemerynski launched Cze (pronounced ‘Chay’) in the fall of 2015, but the roots of her hair care business go back a little further.
“I started (making hair care products) because my hair was super dried out — it was broken and brittle. I didn’t do it with the intention of starting a business,” Czemerynski says.
“I started making my own home remedies sometime in 2013. I started to research different oils and things to make my hair grow out, because my hair was broken — it wasn’t growing. My boyfriend was like, ‘Your hair feels like a mop.’ I had spent so much money on store-bought products, so I started to make my own and it was really noticeably different within six weeks.”
A 2012 graduate of Red River College’s Business Administration program, Czemerynski went on to earn a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Manitoba two years later.
She had entrepreneurial ambitions, but initially Czemerynski was only sharing her home hair remedy with family and friends. It wasn’t until co-workers (at her former serving job) asked to try her “magic hair oil” that Czemerynski realized she had a potentially profitable product on her hands — and her head. Read More →
Over the summer, Electrical Engineering Technology instructors and alumni got together at the Notre Dame Campus for an evening of reminiscing, stories and catching up.
Below are photos from the event.
We invite you to join us for the 14th Annual Creative Communications Media Awards! The 2017 CCMAs will be held on Friday, April 21, 2017, at the Canad Inns – The Metropolitan Entertainment Centre.
This year at the CCMAs, we invite you to relax in a sophisticated 1920s speakeasy. Sip a cocktail and unleash your inner Gatsby at the peak of prohibition.
The Creative Communications Media Awards (CCMAs) is a chance for Creative Communications students to show their hard work and be recognized for their achievements. The awards night creates an opportunity for students and professionals in the communications industry to network and connect. Awards are given to students for outstanding work in a variety of categories. ︎Doors open at 6:30p.m.
Awards start at 8:00p.m. Tickets are $20. There are complimentary hors d’oeuvres and cupcakes as well as a cash bar.
To reserve tickets or for more information, contact Hailey Gajadhar and Hannah Gehman at firstname.lastname@example.org
Noelle Vong, coordinator of this year’s Independent Professional Project (IPP) Expo, cordially invites all Creative Communications alumni to this year’s event.
Please see the following invite. For more information, contact Noelle Vong at email@example.com.
RRC Indigenous graduates got together for an evening of networking and reminiscing on November 17, 2016 at the College’s School of Indigenous Education alumni reception. Guests were treated to a concert by William Prince, prayers by RRC elder Mae Louise Campbell, and a welcome song by Aki Ikwe drum group. It was a beautiful evening filled with friends, family, and community members. Thanks to everyone who was able to come out – see you at next year’s reception or at another alumni event in the near future.
Unfortunately, due to low attendance, the trades alumni reception scheduled for November 9, 2016 at the Notre Dame Campus has been postponed until next year. However, in the New Year, we hope to offer you a sneak peek tour of the new Skilled Trades and Technology Centre and show you many of the building’s exciting features.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. If you would like to know more about the College, our new build, or any of our trades programs, please let us know. We will gladly take you on a campus tour, grab a coffee, or arrange a meet-up with your past instructors.
Should you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact the Alumni Relations department at firstname.lastname@example.org or 204-632-2359.
We appreciate your understanding and truly look forward to reconnecting with you again soon.
The drum is a powerful instrument. Indigenous people throughout Turtle Island refer to it as the heartbeat of Mother Earth. It is used in many spiritual and sacred ceremonial practices. Some say the beat of the drum has the power to change natural elements, including the weather. It is believed to have the power to heal sickness, and some believe it has the power to send messages both to the animal world and to the spirit world.
Stop by RRC’s Notre Dame Campus for an incredible evening that includes a concert by William Prince, a singer/songwriter from Peguis First Nation, and an opening ceremony featuring traditional drumming and prayers by an RRC elder.
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Graduates of RRC business and applied arts programs got together for an evening of networking and reminiscing on November 3, 2016 at the College’s School of Business and Applied Arts alumni reception. Guests wined and dined in the Roblin Centre’s beautiful atrium. Thanks to everyone who was able to come out – see you at next year’s reception or at another alumni event in the near future.
For the fourth alumni reception in our series, we invite graduates of a trades program to our Notre Dame Campus for a short, after-work evening of reminiscing with great food and good company. Each registration includes one complimentary drink.
For one night only, we’re transforming the Voyageur and showcasing the interesting projects our school has built or is working towards. Check out our four focus stations: automotive, manufacturing, aviation, and construction trades. Connect with your classmates, other industry professionals, and past instructors.
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Graduates of RRC health science and community service programs got together for an evening of networking and reminiscing on October 25 at the College’s School of Health Sciences and Community Services alumni reception. Guests toured some of RRC’s coolest learning spaces, including our paramedicine, animal health technology, nursing, pharmaceutical, and community service labs. Thanks to everyone who was able to come out – see you at next year’s reception or at another alumni event in the near future.