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How Centennial College can help you fulfill your New Year’s resolutions

It’s been a long 2017, and now that it’s almost over, it’s time to have a look at what’s happening in 2018. Have you made any resolutions yet? Depending on what you’ve decided to do, Centennial College can help you make it happen. If you want to gain a new skill, or get a new hobby, that’s specifically what the college provides you with. Meanwhile, if you’re already going here, we have services that will help you improve yourself. Here’s a few common resolutions, and the ways we can help make them happen.

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One useful trick to make the most of your holiday break

Well, it’s just about time for the winter break. There’s a bit of the semester left when you come back, and it’ll soon be time for one last academic push. For now, though, it’s time to enjoy that break. Whether you’re going home or staying at the residence, you probably want to do two things: Sleep and relax. But school will be back soon and there’s an easy thing you can do to get ready for it. It’s called a post-mortem.

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Seven Toronto sights to see on your winter break

What’ll you be doing during your winter break from Centennial College? If you’re new to Toronto, it’s the perfect time to check out the city. Here’s some of the more well-known sights and landmarks in Toronto, if you’ve never been to them. They’re open year-round, but this break is a great time to check some of them out.

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International Students: Four important ways to survive Canada’s winters

As we get closer to the holidays, the temperatures will continue to drop. And if you’ve come to Centennial College from a warmer place, it can be a bit of a shock. If this sounds like you, maybe you’ve heard stories about Canada’s harsh winters. The truth is, while it doesn’t snow all the time and while we don’t live in Igloos in Canada, it can get very cold, and so we do know how to keep warm. When it hits, it hits hard. Here’s a guide to how to deal with Canadian winters, if you’re not from around here.

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Five Canadian Medical Advances

Every breakthrough in modern medicine means more people being helped, and entering the Biotechnology field represents a way you can help. Biomedical technologists work with medical devices and technology, which leads to these breakthroughs in the medical industry. In our Biomedical Technology programs, you learn how to design the future of the medical industry, in a country that’s already helped people all over the world with our medical science and technology breakthroughs. Here are some of the great advancements Canada has already been behind. By getting a career in the Canadian biomedical industry, you can be a part of the next big advancement.

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Four important reasons to get a career in robotics

A career with a future is important, and Automation and Robotics can give you a career that’ll stand the test of time. Automation and Robotics at Centennial College is a set of engineering technology programs focused on making machines do the work of people. Centennial’s programs teach you about all aspects of the technology, including how they’re built and how they’re programmed, by letting you get hands-on with cutting-edge robotic tech in our laboratories at Progress campus. But, aside from that, here’s why a career in the industry is a great idea.

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How to become an award-winning chef at Centennial College

At Centennial College, we teach you real, hands-on career skills in the field of your choice, even when that field is preparing delicious food. Nothing proves it more than when our students put those skills to the test, and win. In October, an all-female team of students from our Culinary Management program earned a gold medal at the Taste Canada Awards banquet.

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Four ways to keep you (and your stuff) safe on campus

With all that goes on in the world, school should be thought of as a safe refuge, where you can study and grow in peace. At Centennial College, we have plenty of resources to keep students feeling secure. Combine that with some general awareness on your part, and you’ll be able stop worrying and get on with your school life. Here’s what you need to be familiar with, and a few easy steps you can do to make sure you (and your stuff) stays safe.

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