One year ago, Dunmondus “Mondo” Stanberry wasn’t sure what he wanted for a career. Recently graduated from Waterloo East, he knew he wanted to go to college, but didn’t want to be confined to a classroom. His affinity for cars drew him to the Auto Collision Technologies program. It was the right choice.
Now, he’s ready to graduate with a job secured, and he’s looking to the future not just for himself, but his little sister, who is graduating from high school. In fact, family plays a big role in Mondo’s drive for success, and they’ll no doubt play a big role in celebrating his achievements.
“There’s more than just me when I come to college,” he said. “I’m doing it more than just for myself, you know? That’s how I look at it sometimes. There’s nothing like making your grandma proud. That’s one of the best feelings.”