George Brown College Student Residence Available for those Displaced from Fort McMurray
Toronto, ON, (May 6, 2016) — In response to the evacuation of Fort McMurray, George Brown College is opening the suites of its soon-to-open student residence to displaced Albertans. The residence, which housed athletes during last summer’s Pan and Parapan Am Games currently sits ready to receive its first group of students in the fall. It can accommodate up to 500 people.
6 strategies for overcoming a tough job market
Toronto, ON, (April 4, 2016) — High youth unemployment means career seekers need to know what employers value most.
Regent Park community to benefit from fashion industry skills training
Toronto, ON, (March 29, 2016) — New George Brown College facility to help individuals launch careers in fashion industry.
George Brown College applauds Ontario budget’s increased access to post-secondary education, investment in applied research
Toronto, ON, (February 26, 2016) — Measures in the 2016 Ontario budget to improve access to post-secondary education and increase investment in applied research strengthen the province’s college system, according to George Brown College President Anne Sado
Nominations now open for “5 to watch” – Canada’s Sports Business Awards
Toronto, ON, (February 2, 2016) — Nominations for the 5 to Watch: Canada’s Sports Business Awards are now being accepted. The awards are presented annually to sports business professionals who have achieved remarkable career success prior to the age of 40.
Municipalities, Universities, Schools, HEALTH Agencies, and Hospitals engaged
to improve Torontonians’ diets
Toronto, ON, (January 29, 2016) — George Brown College today announced the launch of a new initiative to engage municipalities, universities, schools, health agencies and hospitals in helping to improve the diet, physical health and wellness of people in the GTA.