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Shina Hom, B.M.Ed. (Regina)

Music Teacher/ Musician

Shina Hom

Shina attended Campion College from 2012-2016 and graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts.

Shina sums up some of the highlights of her experience at Campion: 

“I have so many memories at Campion! However, some of my most favourite memories of Campion is my first time attending the alumni dinner at Hotel Saskatchewan, being part of the Campion College Students' Union for two years, playing music as well as attending the Staff and Faculty Appreciation dinners, receiving several scholarships at Campion each year, and always connecting with the staff and faculty at Campion College. I always felt like I was at home when I hung out at Campion during my undergraduate years and Campion will always have a special place in my heart.”

It doesn’t matter what level of administration it is, from the staff and faculty all the way up to the President, they are there for every step of the journey:

“Before I started my second year of university, I had the great opportunity to meet with the new, now President of Campion College, Father John Meehan. I remember Father John being really caring not just about the college, but with the community within the college. Whenever I saw him, he would always say hi and ask how I am doing as well as asking how my family is doing. He was always supportive during my studies and I am grateful that he was also able to attend my fourth year flute recital. “

Shina has realized her greatest accomplishment thus far and her hard work has finally paid off: “I would say my greatest accomplishment is graduating with a Bachelor of Music Education with Great Distinction and receiving several scholarships as well as getting a band-teaching job right after in Regina.”

Down the road , though she may not see over the horizon just yet, Shina hopes to excel to the next level of her education. Right now, she is happy to share her love of music and inspire the next generation of music students. Music is meant to be shared and Shina feels pride in doing so, “I would like to do a master's degree in the future. I am not sure what my main focus will be yet, but I would like to do a master's degree in the field of music.”

In turn Shina gives back the musical gift that dwells in her. With this passion, she bestows those skills on the next generation of students and shares it through involvement at her church:

“Now that I have a Bachelor of Music Education, I feel that I am giving back to the community in where I am teaching and passing along my knowledge to the kids that are learning music. As well, I play the flute with one of the music groups at the church I attend, so I feel that I am giving back to the community by participating and using my talents.”