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Open house offers students new career paths

The Pontiac Campus of Heritage College in Campbell’s Bay held an open house on Aug. 18, allowing potential students and the community to explore what the school has to offer. From left: Greg Graham, Roya Abouzia, Amanda Smith, Sharon Cosgrove, Stephanie Hebert Shea, Sandra Ricci, Nicole Lefebvre and Jennifer McCagg show off the new greenhouse at the campus.

Donald Teuma-Castelletti
CAMPBELL’S BAY
Aug. 18, 2018
Potential students and alumni had the chance to explore the Pontiac Campus of a Gatineau college on Saturday, where they were welcome to see the grounds, find out about programs and get a taste of life in the classroom.
Heritage College’s campus in Campbell’s Bay held an open house, seeing many drop in for a visit to meet faculty while it ran from noon through till 3 p.m.
With chances to explore all of the offerings at the campus – from single day courses through to part-time and full-time courses – there was plenty for potential students to dive into and start their learning.
Right from the beginning of the open house, potential students were streaming in. People were poking their heads into the building, taking a tour, self-guided or with a faculty member, and checking out how the school could help them start a new career.

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