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College holding Returning to Learning eventPosted: May 2, 2012
College of the Rockies is hosting an informal session for adults, young parents and seniors considering returning to learning.
“College of the Rockies recognizes how dramatically and quickly the workplace and job markets are changing,” said Recruitment Officer Hugh Moore. “We want to help people in our community make choices that are relevant in today’s economy and assist them in making educational choices that support them for employment purposes or to expand their personal growth.
“Many of our mature students are individuals whose lives have been affected by a wide variety of circumstances that have interrupted their schooling,” Moore continued. “We want to assist those people in realizing their dreams and let them know the college is very supportive of their goals and ambitions.
“This is totally a no pressure event,” Moore said. “We just want folks to come and have a coffee, chat with current adult students, or our Education Advisors or Financial Aid Officer and explore their options. It’s never too late to return to school.”
Returning to Learning takes place on Tuesday, May 8 from 4 to 6 p.m. in the Cafeteria of the Cranbrook Campus. For more information contact Hugh Moore at 250-489-2751 ext. 3329.
Above photo: College of the Rockies’ Recruitment Officer Hugh Moore invites anyone considering returning to school to attend a no-pressure information session at the College on May 8.
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