THUNDER BAY – LIVING – “Open House is a critical way in which learners can experience life at Confederation College first-hand,” said President Jim Madder. “It shows individuals in our community the importance of pursuing post-secondary education and will help them make an informed decision about which area of study best suits their academic and career goals. When they leave, they will know that no matter their decision, we will be there to support them as they put their dreams to work at Confederation.”
Confederation College’s facilities, labs, shops and classrooms will be filled with local high school students and others interested in attending college this Wednesday as part of Confederation’s annual Open House.
Individuals from across the city will have the opportunity to experience college life and customize their experience based on their programs of interest. With tours in each of the schools at Confederation College, participants will be able to engage in important one-on-one conversations with Program Coordinators and tour the related areas on campus. Confederation College offers over 60 post-secondary programs that prepare students for a wide range of careers through hands-on, practical education.
Cheryl-Lyn Lamers, Manager of Strategic Enrolment for Confederation added, “Learners have so many options to choose from, it can sometimes be overwhelming. We offer events like Open House to help potential students better understand those options and to guide them through the process of selecting and applying to our school. With the help of our recruitment team and other members of the College, we let future students know they have someone in their corner.”