After all those late night study sessions, hours spent researching, writing assignments and tests, and conducting presentations, you’ve finally made it! All that hard work you spent in the last 2 or 3 years has finally paid off.
On April 30th, at the Hazel McCallion Campus, over 40 Marketing and Advertising students participated in the Ontario Colleges’ Marketing Competition (OCMC) 2015 tryouts. The tryouts are also known as Cage Match and Mastermind where students are tested
Written by: Genevieve Andresen Every March, as a part of the Introduction to Meetings & Events course, the graduating students of the Tourism and Travel program plan, organize and host a networking event as an opportunity to thank
Students that participate in multiple panels will be eligible to have this added to their co-curricular record once 10 hrs has been achieved.
Download the pdf here: Library Newsletter April 2015 Issue 2
The Guided Dinner is an annual event that was created to prepare students for the business world and to equip them with the necessary skills needed to confidently interact with business professionals in any social situation. On April
Written by: Marianne Sy-Lucero So picture this: it’s about 2 weeks before reading week or the end of the semester and you’re extremely excited for school to be over; but you just have too much work to do.
Are you a BBA student looking for more opportunities outside the classroom? Apply to be on the BBASC executive team today!
Written by: Marianne Sy-Lucero Each year, Education at Work Ontario (EWO) recognizes the achievement of one University co-op student and one College co-op student for their exemplary work in a cooperative education program. Students are chosen through a
Discovery is Canada’s leading innovation-to-commercialization conference. Hosted by the Ontario Centres of Excellence (OCE), Discovery brings together key players from industry, academia, government, the investment community as well as entrepreneurs and students to pursue collaboration opportunities. DISCOVER YOUR