The College of New Caledonia (CNC) welcomes the community to explore what it has to offer throughout 2021 in a safe and accessible way at a virtual open house event Nov. 26.
“People have put so many parts of their lives on hold due to the pandemic, engaging in education and training to improve one’s life should never wait,” said CNC President Dr. Dennis Johnson, in a news release. “CNC is open, we continue to provide opportunities, and we are ready to welcome people from our region to transform their lives through the development of new skills.”
CNC will run online workshops from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. covering a range of topics including: preparing students for college, information on how to access student supports, and study abroad opportunities starting in 2022. Conversations with instructors from numerous program areas such as: Fine Arts, Web and Graphic Design, Natural Resource and Forest Technology, and Health Care, these conversations will enable you to make the right choice in your educational decision-making process.
“This virtual open house is an invitation to the community to experience the many great opportunities available to those who are considering starting or continuing their studies at CNC in 2021,” said CNC Vice President Student Affairs Shelley Carter-Rose. “The interactive conversations with instructors allow prospective students to get familiar with CNC programs while other sessions inform students how to access student supports to ensure academic success.”
The schedule of online workshops is available at cnc.bc.ca/open-house. To register for sessions at CNC’s virtual open house and keep up to date as more are added, fill out the registration form at https://cnc.bc.ca/future-students/prospective-student-form.