Vancouver Career College is hosting an open house at its Surrey campus on Sept. 5.

Learn about up-and-coming careers Sept. 5

Vancouver Career College's Surrey campus hosts open house; chance to win $1,000 scholarship to use toward tuition.

Vancouver Career College is hosting a provincial open house on Sept. 5, at each of its campuses in B.C.

From 6-8 p.m., the general public is invited to meet with staff, faculty and students and learn about how Vancouver Career College training programs will prepare them to take advantage of opportunities in today’s job market.

With a number of sectors in B.C. witnessing growth over the last 12 months, the need for well-trained professionals continues to increase.

From business and finance, to health care and social services, these sectors are in need of employees they can count on – and Vancouver Career College has programs across the province that train for these exact fields.

In addition to helping attendees explore their career options, Vancouver Career College will offer a chance to qualify for a $1,000 scholarship to use toward tuition. One scholarship will be awarded per campus.

Vancouver Career College’s open house takes place on Thursday, Sept. 5 from 6-8 p.m. at campuses in Vancouver, Burnaby, Coquitlam, Surrey, Abbotsford and Kelowna. Check-in time is 5:30 p.m.

The Surrey campus is located at #230-13401 108 Ave.

For more information, visit openhouse.vccollege.ca or call 1-877-607-7819.

 

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