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Deciding on a college program

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“What would you like to be when you grow up?” is one of the most-asked questions for children. You likely had several dream jobs since childhood. Has your chosen career changed since then? Even in high school, you must have had to narrow your senior courses to tailor to the requirements for specific programs in college and university. But not everyone knows what they want to do or where they want to go. Whether you’re a high school student or any individual looking to enrol in college, attend the Career Possibilities 101 workshop to find your career path.

Offered by Centennial College’s Career Services and Co-operative Education Department, the Career Possibilities 101 workshop offers career exploration and college-readiness assessment for its prospective students. The Student Advisors will guide the participants on the process of choosing a career and will provide resources for various careers. Centennial’s programs will also be discussed and see which ones fits best with the participant’s interests and abilities.

Many of Centennial’s programs in the same career area have the similar first year courses, making it an easy transition between similar programs. The college also offers the General Arts and Science program to help eager learners get a start in college, while exploring their career options.

Join the upcoming Career Possibilities 101 workshop on Wednesday, April 16, 2014 from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm. This free event will take place at the Fireside Gallery in the Library Building at Progress campus. Register by contacting Sureka Kulasingham at (416) 289-5000 Ext. 3328 or skulasingham@centennialcollege.ca.