Sunday, November 6, 2011

This week at Douglas: info sessions, theatre and more!

Here's what's happening at Douglas Nov. 7-12

Tuesday, Nov. 8

Career Exploration Workshop
New West Campus, Room 1222
The 2nd leg of this free group workshop is for students interested in learning more about possible careers. In the session you will complete vocational testing to explore your interests, learn how to research career options and have an optional one-to-one follow-up meeting with a career counsellor.

Engaging Minds Speaker Series
New West Campus, Room 2201
5:15 lecture; 6:15 reception
Join John Patton, Associate Professor of Anthropology at California State University-Fullerton, for “Network altruism and cooperation within horticultural forager and hunter gather societies.” More info here.

Wednesday, Nov. 9

CGA information session
New West Campus, Room 2201
Interested in becoming an accountant or curious about a career in accounting? Join the Douglas College Business Association as they hold a Certified General Accountant Information Session. Speakers from Certified General Accountants (CGA) will be on campus to talk about the designation and how to obtain it. You must register at to attend. Pizza and pop will be served.

Thursday, Nov. 10

Info session: Study at the University of California, Riverside

Coquitlam Campus, Room B2020
Discover the secret behind the magic and success of Disney and at the same time earn a Certificate in Hospitality & Tourism, or a Certificate in Management from the University of California, Riverside, a top-ranked U.S. university. Contact Karen Ng for more info.

Saturday, Nov. 12

Jehanne of the Witches

New West Campus, Laura C. Muir Performing Arts Theatre
The departments of Theatre and Stagecraft & Event Technology present Jehanne of the Witches By Sally Clark. Till Nov. 19. More info here.


Amelia Douglas Gallery presents Stratum

New West Campus, Amelia Douglas Gallery
Works by painter Teressa L. Bernard and sculptor Nancy Brignall. Till Dec. 16. More info on the gallery's website.

Dancing at Lughnasa
New West Campus, Douglas College Studio Theatre
The departments of Theatre and Stagecraft & Event Technology present the Tony Award-winning play Dancing at Lughnasa, by Brian Friel. Till Nov. 12 More info here.

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