Who is Doing What
VWS Alumni Corner Interview with Misha Daroshin, Class of 2008
MD: I went straight to work at Brazza Gelato & Coffee house with plans to save enough money and travel to Europe. As life would have it, I never made to Europe and after nine months of being unemployed, I got a job at Tremblay Motors as a service manager. I am currently engaged to by beautiful fiancé Mel Stevens with a wedding date of June 18th 2016!
VWS: What kind of work/study are you involved in now?
MD: I am currently working as a professional Real Estate Sales Agent with Teal 3000 Realty. You can view my current and sold listings at www.mishadaroshin.com.
VWS: What advice would you give to this year’s graduates?
MD: Find what you love to do and pursue it. I was a little late in finding what my passion is but it is never too late, as I discovered when I found Real Estate sales.
VWS: What are your fondest memories of your time at the VWS?
MD: The people within the community are what I look back on the most. The people are what set the experience apart and made it memorable.
VWS: How did Waldorf education affect your life, and your choice of career?
MD: It gave me a different outlook on life that not many people have. The viewpoint that I need to go and make things happen for myself. The education that Waldorf gives you forces you to really think about what you want from a career and to pursue that goal intensely.
Interview date: March 2016 Ronaye Ireland, for Development
* The Vancouver Waldorf School provides an experiential, age-appropriate approach to education based on the insights of Rudolf Steiner that inspires students to love learning, to be creative, open-minded, and compassionate. With a curriculum that integrates all academics with the arts and social learning, Waldorf Education develops not only the left and right hemispheres of the brain but the whole human being. A child’s social, emotional, physical and intellectual development is considered equally, supporting a conscious unfolding of the individuality within each student. Waldorf graduates possess capacities for empathy and clear, creative and independent thinking that enables them to carry out a chosen course of action with moral courage and social responsibility.