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Karen Aagaard

Editor for Beloved Outofbounds Magazine

Toronto Waldorf School

HQ Phone: (905) 881-1611

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Toronto Waldorf School

9100 Bathurst Street

Thornhill, Ontario L4J 8C7

Canada

Company Description

The Toronto Waldorf School strives to provide an education which fosters in each child a sense of meaning and purpose in life, and confidence in the meeting of individual destiny. We recognize and welcome the unique gifts brought by each child we serve, ... more

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Education

combined honours bachelor degree

Journalism and Contemporary Studies

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Toronto Waldorf School Alumni/ae Introduction

www.torontowaldorf.ca [cached]

As many of you have already heard, Karen Aagaard ('01) has been hired as the new editor for our beloved outofbounds magazine.Welcome aboard, Karen!

We are all eagerly awaiting the upcoming 6th edition.Karen is currently looking for writers and photographers to help produce the publication, so please drop her a note at ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, if you'd like to participate.We are also now looking to fill the position of outofbounds designer.This job will entail working closely with the editor to produce the layout of the magazine.Please contact Karen for details.


Toronto Waldorf School Alumni/ae Introduction

www.torontowaldorfschool.com [cached]

As many of you have already heard, Karen Aagaard ('01) has been hired as the new editor for our beloved outofbounds magazine.Welcome aboard, Karen!

We are all eagerly awaiting the upcoming 6th edition.Karen is currently looking for writers and photographers to help produce the publication, so please drop her a note at ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, if you'd like to participate.We are also now looking to fill the position of outofbounds designer.This job will entail working closely with the editor to produce the layout of the magazine.Please contact Karen for details.


After searching extensively within the ...

www.torontowaldorfschool.com [cached]

After searching extensively within the alumni/ae community and beyond, we are pleased to announce that Karen Aagaard was recently hired to fill the position of outofbounds editor.Consequently, we can now begin the process to fill the design position.Karen will serve as the overseer for this role.

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Karen's no stranger to Waldorf.Not quite a lifer, she attended TWS from grades 5 through OAC, developing a keen interest in the written word.Thanks to two encouraging forces in particular, teachers Bettle Massett (who passed away in 2004) and Rachel Aide (who's still a teacher at the school), Karen decided to expand her literary and journalistic horizons at the University of King's College in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
She's never looked back, though she admits that she often thought - and spoke - about her experiences at Waldorf.When she completed her combined honours bachelor degree in Journalism and Contemporary Studies, she did what most Waldorf grads do when given the opportunity: she grabbed a friend, strapped on a backpack, and hopped on a plane.
After several months of travel and adventure, Karen returned to Ontario, and, much to her surprise and delight, was offered an editorial position at Post City Magazines.A year later, serving as the associate editor for the group of community magazines (the North Toronto Post, Midtown Post, Thornhill Post, etc.), Karen says the experience has been invaluable.
Working with a group of talented and zany individuals, she's had the opportunity to manage a roster of talented columnists (Rose Reisman, Rebecca Eckler and Erica Ehm included), interview a number of notable Torontonians, review the GTA's greatest grub with the country's top chefs (think cupcakes with Susur Lee, and chicken wings with Marc Thuet), and write and edit a variety of arts- and lifestyle-related articles.When the opportunity arose to combine her professional proclivities with her pedagogical interests - by editing TWS's outofbounds magazine - Karen shuffled a few extracurriculars around, and said how can I not do this?
When she's not editing, interviewing and writing, Karen can be found playing her guitar (something she picked up at TWS, thanks to Bob Pickering), reading narrative nonfiction, attempting to become more pretzel-like (via yoga), hanging out with her dog, Jack, and, generally, looking forward to connecting with fellow alumni.
Please feel free to contact Karen at ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,


After searching extensively within the ...

www.torontowaldorf.ca [cached]

After searching extensively within the alumni/ae community and beyond, we are pleased to announce that Karen Aagaard was recently hired to fill the position of outofbounds editor.Consequently, we can now begin the process to fill the design position.Karen will serve as the overseer for this role.

...
Karen's no stranger to Waldorf.Not quite a lifer, she attended TWS from grades 5 through OAC, developing a keen interest in the written word.Thanks to two encouraging forces in particular, teachers Bettle Massett (who passed away in 2004) and Rachel Aide (who's still a teacher at the school), Karen decided to expand her literary and journalistic horizons at the University of King's College in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
She's never looked back, though she admits that she often thought - and spoke - about her experiences at Waldorf.When she completed her combined honours bachelor degree in Journalism and Contemporary Studies, she did what most Waldorf grads do when given the opportunity: she grabbed a friend, strapped on a backpack, and hopped on a plane.
After several months of travel and adventure, Karen returned to Ontario, and, much to her surprise and delight, was offered an editorial position at Post City Magazines.A year later, serving as the associate editor for the group of community magazines (the North Toronto Post, Midtown Post, Thornhill Post, etc.), Karen says the experience has been invaluable.
Working with a group of talented and zany individuals, she's had the opportunity to manage a roster of talented columnists (Rose Reisman, Rebecca Eckler and Erica Ehm included), interview a number of notable Torontonians, review the GTA's greatest grub with the country's top chefs (think cupcakes with Susur Lee, and chicken wings with Marc Thuet), and write and edit a variety of arts- and lifestyle-related articles.When the opportunity arose to combine her professional proclivities with her pedagogical interests - by editing TWS's outofbounds magazine - Karen shuffled a few extracurriculars around, and said how can I not do this?
When she's not editing, interviewing and writing, Karen can be found playing her guitar (something she picked up at TWS, thanks to Bob Pickering), reading narrative nonfiction, attempting to become more pretzel-like (via yoga), hanging out with her dog, Jack, and, generally, looking forward to connecting with fellow alumni.
Please feel free to contact Karen at ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

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