Camosun welcomes community for open house

More than 100 hands-on activities on display at Interurban campus May 1

Some 2,000 middle and secondary school students will participate in more than 100 hands-on activities at Camosun College’s annual open house next Thursday (May 1).

The public is also welcome for the event, at the school’s Interurban campus, which will showcase the entire college’s offerings including the programs housed at Lansdowne, allowing visitors to explore post-secondary and career options in arts and science, business, health and human services, trades and technology, and sport and exercise education.

 

Read the full list of activities online at camosun.ca/openhouse. The open house runs 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at 4461 Interurban Rd.

 

 

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