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Get Help to Go Back supports adults who want to go to Georgian College

The virtual events will provide information on programs available to help you train for a second career
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Thinking of training for a new career but don’t know where to start? Georgian can help. The college is offering two Get Help to Go Back virtual events this month – one on Thursday, Aug. 13, from 5 to 6 p.m. and the other on Thursday, Aug. 20, from 10 to 11 a.m.
Participants can:

  • learn about Georgian’s flexible study options, including 130+ programs and opportunities for full-time, part-time and online delivery
  • explore ways to enhance their skills and upgrade their academics
  • get information on the many supports available to students
  • find out about the new Georgian Learning Guarantee
  • discover financial aid options
  • hear about Second Career, a government program that helps laid-off workers train for high-demand jobs
  • get an update on Georgian’s program delivery plans for the fall semester and more.

There will also be a Q&A session where people can ask about all things Georgian. Plus, those ready can learn how Georgian will cover the $95 OCAS application fee so they can apply for free.
“Get Help to Go Back is ideal for those thinking of training for a new career, or even upgrading their skills, but who aren’t sure where to start,” said Kristy Linklater, manager of marketing and recruitment. “Our knowledgeable and friendly student recruitment team is here to answer all your questions. We can’t wait to meet you virtually!”
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