Marina Pant successfully graduated from the Health Care Aide Program. She has since been taking University Prep courses to assist her in reaching her goal of taking her next step and becoming a Practical Nurse. After completing her free University Prep courses, Marina has been accepted into the Practical Nurse at Columbia College in August 2009.
Elfadil Said is a Columbia College Business Management Diploma graduate.
When he graduated, Elfadil wanted to work in the banking industry which is exactly where he is. Elfadil now works in the Northwest Territories for CIBC.
Elfadil took time to discuss his time at Columbia College first in ESL and then in the Business Management program.
To celebrate Nurses Week, the Practical Nurse students at Columbia College discussed why they chose to become nurses and how Columbia is helping them.
Watch their video!
The students of Columbia College’s English as a Second Language Program are excited to present: International Day 2009! This year it will be held on June 12th, 2009. Please read all about it below!
What is International Day
Each year students in the English as a Second Language Program host International Day, a celebration meant to showcase the College’s cultural diversity. The event will occur this year on June 12, with over 20 different cultural groups creating interactive displays and activities highlighting the music, dance, food and traditions of their particular community. The students provide the food, drink, entertainment, and various items from their home countries to showcase.
Please Join Us…
International Day is a chance to explore other cultures in fun and exciting ways. See the cultural items, watch the entertainment, and enjoy the food. We hope you will join us in celebrating diversity at Columbia College on June 12, 2009.
Students provide the food and cultural items used for display during International Day. Columbia College provides the various art supplies used as well as all of the plates and cutlery. Items are donated by various companies and community donors to be used as prizes for the participants.
If you or your organization would like to participate by donating an item that can be used as a door prize for participants, or, would like to make some other donation to help the College and its community of students celebrate diversity, we would be extremely grateful. You donation will be mentioned in the program distributed to all those who attend.