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College representatives at Tamarack CentrePosted: August 19, 2012
From Wednesday through Saturday, August 22-25, representatives from College of the Rockies will be at the Tamarack Centre Mall to answer questions from the public about its many programs and services. The information booth will be open from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily.
Recruitment officer Hugh Moore noted that “we’ve done a mall display the past couple of years and found this was an excellent opportunity for the public to speak to us. Our booth will be located at the Winners end of the Tamarack Centre.”
“This is a great chance for people to learn more about College of the Rockies including which programs still might have space for September and what degree options are available in addition to the numerous certificates and diplomas we offer,” Moore continued. “And if people aren’t sure about returning to school, we hope they will at least stop by to say hi.”
For more information call Hugh Moore at: 250-489-2751 ext. 3329 or email: [email protected] .
Above image: Recruitment Officer, Hugh Moore, is prepared to provide information to patrons of the Tamarack Centre Mall
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