Educator Information Sessions

Connect with representatives from educational institutions who can answer your questions about their school, its programs of study, and how to apply.

Registration on the Career Centre's online system is required for all information sessions (you must sign up for an account on the system before you will be able to register for any events).

Upcoming Educator Information Sessions

Oct
24
Tue
2017
Educator Information Session: Palmer College of Chiropractic @ 103 McLaughlin College
Oct 24 @ 11:30 am – 1:00 pm

Palmer College of Chiropractic is the founding college of the chiropractic profession and is known as the trusted leader in chiropractic education. It was founded in 1897, in Davenport, Iowa, by D.D. Palmer, the discoverer of chiropractic. More than 2,200 students attend Palmer College campuses in Davenport, San Jose, Calif., and Port Orange, Fla. There are approximately 28,000 Palmer alumni, who comprise nearly half of the approximately 60,000 U.S. chiropractors. Palmer’s doctor of chiropractic curriculum is a five-academic-year program that’s typically completed in three-and-one-third calendar years.

Registration is required. You may register for this event on the Career Centre's online system (you must sign up for an account before you will be able to register for any events on the system).

Oct
25
Wed
2017
Educator Information Session: University of Law @ 103 McLaughlin College
Oct 25 @ 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm

Are you interested in pursuing a career in law?
Anton Haswell from the University of Law in the UK will be hosting a seminar to educate interested students on everything from applying to getting accredited in the UK and Canada. He obtained his LL.B in the UK and has valuable first-hand advice and experience! All students from all departments are welcome.

Registration is required. You may register for this event on the Career Centre's online system (you must sign up for an account before you will be able to register for any events on the system).

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