Published on Tuesday, Mar. 04, 2014
Vanessa Lloyd graduated, was registered for her profession and got a job interview all on the same day. They say when it rains it pours. That was certainly true last week for recent Georgian College graduate Vanessa Lloyd. Lloyd completed her classes…
Published on Thursday, Feb. 27, 2014
Teams of second-year students from Georgian College’s hospitality programs are organizing 10 gourmet dinners designed to transport your palate away from this gloomy winter weather and around the world. Chefs-in-training will prepare thoughtful and delicious…
Published on Monday, Feb. 24, 2014
Graduand Det. Const. Grant Fournier of the York Regional Police On Feb. 26 at the Barrie Campus Athletic Centre, approximately 300 students will graduate from a wide range of Georgian College programs. Convocation is an emotional and proud moment…
Published on Tuesday, Feb. 11, 2014
An architectural rendering of the proposed Orillia Campus expansion On Monday, Feb. 10, Georgian College made a deputation to Orillia City Council about a proposed expansion to the Orillia Campus. President and CEO MaryLynn West-Moynes, Orillia Campus…
“Every winter, we do a student show,” explains program coordinator Colette Mesdag. “The students prepare their images with proper printing and mounting – taking their work from concept to exhibition-ready.”
For students, learning how to professionally present their work is an important takeaway from the show. They also get to hear the judges’ feedback – a great learning opportunity.
Everyone is welcome to attend an opening reception tonight, Thursday, March 6, at 7 p.m. Several honours and prizes are up for grabs and students are particularly excited to hear who is awarded Best of Show.
Anyone with a room to beautify or a passion for home décor will want to attend Decorating Day at Georgian College on Tuesday, March 25.
Hosted by students in the Interior Decorating and Kitchen and Bath Design programs, the event will feature the latest decorating products from at least 50 suppliers in the decorating and kitchen and bath design markets. Continue reading →
The walking path that connects the Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre (RVH) to Georgian College will remain closed until at least March 12 to allow a crane to lift a cooling tower on to the health centre roof.
The path was originally scheduled to be closed for two days at the end of February, but adverse weather conditions and snow removal challenges are making it difficult to erect the crane safely.
If you walk that path regularly, please use another route. The most direct alternate route (heading to the College) is to proceed north on Gallie Court, then turn left into the main entrance road of RVH; from there, follow the sidewalk past the health centre and pick up the path again by the RVH heli-pad.
RVH thanks everyone in advance for their cooperation and patience during this temporary closure. The pathway will be reopened as soon as it is safe for pedestrians.
Internationally renowned Canadian astronaut Colonel Chris Hadfield will be delivering an out-of-this-world presentation at Georgian College the morning of Friday, May 23, 2014 in the Barrie Campus Athletic Centre.
“We are thrilled to be able to bring the inspirational Col. Hadfield, a Canadian hero and ambassador, to the college for the enjoyment, education and benefit of our students and community,” said MaryLynn West-Moynes, Georgian’s President and CEO. Continue reading →
They say when it rains it pours. That was certainly true last week for recent Georgian College graduate Vanessa Lloyd.
Lloyd completed her classes in December and wrote the National Dental Hygiene Certification Board exam in January. She spent February sending resumés to employers across Central Ontario and waiting to become officially registered with the College of Dental Hygienists. Continue reading →
Thousands of people will gather at the Barrie Campus on Saturday, March 8 for the ninth Traditional Georgian College Pow Wow to celebrate and learn about Aboriginal culture and traditions. Continue reading →
Team-building and active lifestyles are important in any child’s life, but especially in a developing country such as Peru.
Lyndsey Armstrong, a 22-year-old marketing student at Georgian College in Barrie, wants to make a difference, so she has organized a volleyball tournament. Continue reading →
The Township of Oro-Medonte is conducting a Community Satisfaction Survey to obtain feedback from the public about its programs and services. Georgian College students from the Research Analyst program are providing expertise in survey design, data collection and data analysis as part of their Major Research Project. Continue reading →
The walking path that connects the Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre (RVH) to Georgian College, along the south side of the health centre, will remain closed longer than expected – until Tuesday, March 4.
The walkway was initially closed on Wednesday, Feb. 26 to allow a crane to lift a cooling tower onto the roof of RVH. The path will open again as soon as it’s safe for pedestrians.
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