Tuesday, March 5, 2019 - College and local agencies to showcase settlement services,
language training, cultural supports and other community programs
London, Ontario – On Tuesday, March 5, Fanshawe College will host its second annual
"New to Canada" welcome night in partnership with local settlement agencies, language
training centres, social support services and other community partners.
This information session offers new Canadian citizens, landed immigrants, refugees
and their families a chance to explore how Fanshawe helps newcomers get the training
and support they need for a successful academic and career path in Canada. College
representatives from Access Studies, the English Language Institute, Employment
and Student Entrepreneurial Services, Recruitment, and the International office
will be available to answer questions about program admission, language requirements,
applications, paying for college, employment services and more. Community representatives
include the Access Centre for Regulated Employment, the Cross Cultural Learner Centre,
the Centre for Lifelong Learning, G. A. Wheable Adult and Continuing Education School,
Immploy, LUSO Community Services, the Settlement Workers in Schools program, the
South London Newcomers Resource Centre and the YMCA.
What: Fanshawe College "New to Canada" welcome night in conjunction with
When: Tuesday, March 5, from 5:30 to 7 p.m.
Where: James A. Colvin Atrium, B building, London Campus, 1001 Fanshawe College
Blvd (see campus map here)
Language support and campus tours will also be available.
While anyone is welcome to attend, the content of the "New to Canada" welcome night
is specifically geared toward newcomers looking for help and information about starting
life in Canada. Guests can register online at fanshawewelcomenight.eventbrite.ca.