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Upcoming Info-Sessions in Room i208:
January 21, Tues: 2-3pm, room EA105d
January 22, Wed: 12pm - 1pm, room i208 Surge Office
January 24, Fri: 2pm – 3pm, room EA105d
January 29, Wed: 1-2pm, room EA105d
The Pathways Office is delighted to present our 14th annual Mohawk College Educational Pathways Fair at the Fennell Campus, on Wednesday, January 22, 2020 for Mohawk College students and graduates interested in credit transfer, degree completion or study abroad options. More than 40 universities and colleges will be on campus to talk to students about transfer opportunities.
We are looking for volunteers who have the ability to interact with visitors and other students, can stand or walk for extended periods of time, and are dependable, reliable, organized, and committed to making this event as successful as possible.
Volunteers are needed for various roles/activities such as:
- Promoting fair to students before and during the event.
- Assembling welcome packages.
- Hanging directional signs/posters.
- Assisting with set-up of event space.
- Greeting and providing directions to exhibitors or students.
- Handing out promotional material to students.
- Encouraging students to register and win a door prize.
- Helping with shut down and clean up after the fair.
- Removing and discarding all fair signage and debris.
Volunteers are needed on both Tuesday, January 21 (various times) and Wednesday, January 22 (between 8:00am – 3:00pm).
If you are interested in having some fun while helping to create a vibrant, dynamic environment for the fair, please join our team of volunteers for this phenomenal event.
For more information please contact Wendy MacDonald
For 95 years the Hamilton Naturalists' Club has been appreciating, studying and conserving the wild plants and animals of Hamilton. They provide a human voice for our wildlife and natural areas with over 600 members. The Club traces its history to the founding of the Hamilton Bird Protection Society in 1919.
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