Helping students explore their options



Shown above (from left to right): Jean Quattrini, graduate employment consultant, Co-op and Graduate Employment Services, Workforce and Business Development; Monique Morin, graduate employment consultant, Co-op and Graduate Employment Services, Workforce & Business Development; and Krista Woodhouse, graduate degree recruitment coordinator.

Staff from the college’s Co-op and Graduate Services, and Recruitment teams are preparing for an event that aims to open the doors of possibility to NC students and alumni – the All About Options Employment and Education expo.

The event, to be held Wednesday, Feb. 1 at the Welland Campus and Thursday, Feb. 2 at the Niagara-on-the-Lake campus – each one catering to programs at each campus offers students an opportunity to meet with prospective employers to find out about job opportunities, and meet with representatives from colleges and universities to explore post-graduate study options.

“The goal of the expo is to present a one-stop shop experience for students, where they can consider various options. For some, it will be to work immediately upon graduation. For others, it might be to go on to university or post-grad studies,” said Monique Morin, graduate employment consultant at the college. “By combining both those things into one, we provide a more complete experience for the students.”

While NC previously hosted separate hospitality, policing, business networking, and technology networking fairs, this year’s All About Options expo combines them into one event at each campus.

The event is open to both students and alumni. Students do not need to register but the first 500 to do so will receive a gift. They can register through  by clicking on the event on the calendar.

For more info about All About Options

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