Diversity and Intercultural Services

Learning the Canadian Way: RRC Students Skate the River Trail Together

February 10, 2017 • Written by
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Hospitality and Tourism student volunteers and Intercultural Mentorship partners learning to skate at the Forks.

At Red River College, students tend to stick together both inside and outside the classroom. Having fellow students to lean on for support took on a whole new meaning on Saturday, January 28th when Red River College’s group of immigrant and international students joined Student Integration Coordinator, Lauren Konrad, for a lesson on how to lace up the Canadian way.

Over 60 international and immigrant students attended the outdoor event. For most, this first- time skating experience was also the first time standing on a frozen river trail; an entirely new concept of outdoor fun. Students held each other up as they took their first glides. According to Business Administration Student, Thiago Vitral, “this was my first opportunity to use the skates I purchased once I moved to Canada. We don’t get to skate like this in Brazil”.

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Canadian Connection volunteers giving a helping hand.

Following the outdoor skating time on the trails and rink, students shared some hot chocolate and donuts at The Forks  Commons while having the opportunity to talk with other students and make new friendships.

The event  is offered each year through Diversity and Intercultural Service’s Canadian Connection Program. The event was supported by a group of student volunteers from the Hospitality and Tourism Management Program.  Current students from this program partner with the Canadian Connection Program to gain hands on field experience through the variety of activities offered throughout the academic year.

 

Diversity and Intercultural Services welcomes you to a new academic term at Red River College!

January 5, 2017 • Written by

Celebrate DiversityDiversity and Intercultural Services assists immigrant and international students to be successful in their integration into the local culture, the Canadian College environment and the Canadian workplace culture. Diversity and Intercultural Services supports all students in developing their intercultural competence necessary in today’s global work environment. Diversity and Intercultural Services provides all students and employees with educational opportunities and resources to enhance their understanding and respect for gender and sexual diversity.

Student Integration Services

All Immigrant and international students can access the Student Integration Services for cultural or settlement supports that will facilitate your integration to the College environment and the local community. Student Integration Coordinators work with you to find solutions, offer advocacy and build support plans to help meet your integration needs.

Notre Dame Campus and Stevenson Campus Contact: Norlan Page, Student Integration Coordinator at 204-631-3309 or email nopage@rrc.ca.

Exchange District Campus and Regional Campuses Contact: Lauren Konrad, Student Integration Coordinator at 204-631-3345 or email lkonrad@rrc.ca.

Language Training Centre Contact: Jillian Hoogland, Student Integration Coordinator at 204- 945-6151 (ext. 6318) or email jhoogland@rrc.ca.

Canadian Connection Program and College-Wide Diversity Events

Join us for on and off campus opportunities to experience cultural, social and recreational activities, engage in College life, and connect with the Winnipeg community. You can also attend College-wide opportunities to build connections and understanding across cultures.

For more information, please contact Lauren Konrad, Student Integration Coordinator at 204-631-3345 or lkonrad@rrc.ca.

Student Refugee Program

This program sponsors a student in refugee camp to come to Canada to pursue post-secondary education at the College and share this experience of going from Camp to Campus with the College community. A Local Committee supports the student in this journey to settle in Manitoba and study at the College while at the same time promotes on-campus opportunities for global citizenship for all staff and students. Register to be part of the Local Committee at http://blogs.rrc.ca/diversity/celebrate/student-refugee-program/

For more information, please contact Lauren Konrad, Student Integration Coordinator at 204-631-3345 or lkonrad@rrc.ca.

Intercultural Mentorship Program

You can also volunteer with the Intercultural Mentorship Program, a Local and Global partnership that pairs immigrant and international students with a Canadian-raised student or staff for friendship, practice of communication skills and intercultural exchange. Students from all academic programs can apply. The commitment is 10 hours of time. For immigrant and international students, this is a great way to understand Canadian culture while sharing some of their experiences with a Canadian-raised student. For Canadian-raised students, this is a great opportunity to learn more about the world outside Canada and develop their leadership skills. Two awards of $500 each are presented annually to two partnerships in the program that take their commitment to great heights and truly exemplify the spirit of mentorship. Register at https://blogs.rrc.ca/diversity/imp/.

For more information, please contact Gabriela Ludusan, Mentorship Program Coordinator at 204-632-3847 or gludusan@rrc.ca.

Step Out of Your Box Program

This program is designed to give students the opportunity to explore and develop an understanding of the many dimensions of diversity that make us unique individuals and also to connect students with others in a meaningful way that builds skills and develops awareness and understanding of the diverse world we live in. Four awards of $500 each are presented annually to four projects submitted by students who spend time exploring a dimension of diversity different from their own and produce a leave-behind project that promote the dimension of diversity the student has chosen and/or benefitting the organization the student was volunteering for. Register at https://blogs.rrc.ca/diversity/soyb-registration/.

For more information, please contact Gabriela Ludusan, Mentorship Program Coordinator at 204-632-3847 or gludusan@rrc.ca.

New Roots Program

Attention Language Training Centre students! This program offers workshops, social activities and special events to assist immigrant and international students in English language programs build a social network in Canada, engage with the local community and access resources and information helpful for settlement in Winnipeg.

For more information, please contact Jillian Hoogland, Student Integration Coordinator at 204- 945-6151 (ext. 6318) or jhoogland@rrc.ca.

Intercultural Training Program

The Intercultural Training Program assists all students to develop cross-cultural awareness to study and work effectively in today’s global environment. This program also assists immigrant and international students to develop the cultural awareness needed to study and work successfully in the Canadian college and workplace environment. To learn more about intercultural skills and Canadian culture, visit www.rrc.ca/interculturaltraining.

For more information, please contact Bradley West, Diversity Initiatives Coordinator at 204-632-2016 or bcwest@rrc.ca.

LGBTT* Initiative (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Two-Spirit)

The LGBTT* Initiative at Red River College fosters the development of a safe environment on our campuses so everyone has the chance to work, learn and access services in an inclusive and welcoming manner. Click the following link https://blogs.rrc.ca/diversity/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/UnderstandingLGBTTRights.pdf to learn more about LGBTT* Rights in Canada. For more information about our services, educational publications or links to community organizations and resources, you can visit www.rrc.ca/LGBTTInitiative. For the list of Allies at Red River College, visit http://blogs.rrc.ca/diversity/lgbtt/ally-project/.

NEW this year, Gender and Sexual Diversity Awareness Training Course! This course was designed from a transformational learning perspective with the goal of increasing awareness of gender and sexual diversity, and features six 50 minutes online modules, with accompanying resources and activities.

For more information or to register to the course, please contact Bradley West, Diversity Initiatives Coordinator at 204-632-2016 or bcwest@rrc.ca.

Visit our offices! We are looking forward to meeting you!

NOTRE DAME CAMPUS: BUILDING D, ROOM 206, 2055 NOTRE DAME AVENUE

MASSEY BUILDING IN THE EXCHANGE DISTRICT CAMPUS: OFFICE 103 – 294 WILLIAM AVENUE

  • Lauren Konrad, Student Integration Coordinator: 204-631-3345 lkonrad@rrc.ca
  • Gabriela Ludusan, Mentorship Program Coordinator: 204-632-3847 gludusan@rrc.ca
  • Bradley West, Diversity Initiatives Coordinator: 204-632-2016 bcwest@rrc.ca

LANGUAGE TRAINING CENTRE: OFFICE 419 – 123 MAIN STREET

  • Jillian Hoogland, Student Integration Coordinator: 204-945-6151 (ext. 6318)  jhoogland@rrc.ca

Have a great academic term!

Building community at Red River College. Start one-on-one

December 19, 2016 • Written by
Mentor partners Prathamesh and Barrett after a bike ride around the city and taking a rest at the Red River Floodway.

Mentor partners Prathamesh and Barrett after a bike ride around the city and taking a rest at the Red River Floodway.

Communities grow stronger when people do a variety of simple things together that give them chances to connect with others, build trust and get involved in doing things together. Volunteering with the Intercultural Mentorship Program offers opportunities to students and staff to engage with others outside the classroom, on your free time, in a positive and fun way that encourages reflection and dialogue and enhances interpersonal and communication skills.

Sarthak is a Technology Management student who came to Canada from India in August 2016 and wanted to make more friends and get to know the new environment from the perspective of a local person. His mentor partner Kateryn is a Business Admin student who lived in Canada all her life. Growing up with a lot of people from the same culture, she joined the Intercultural Mentorship Program to see how other cultures are different and similar and learn about someone else’s background.

They met on campus for coffee and conversation, at Stella’s for lunch, visited the Forks and went for a walk at Assiniboine Park together and discussed lots of topics that are relevant to them and that allowed them to appreciate each other’s perspectives. One of the conversations Kathryn fondly remembers is about school: “The way I, a local partner, look at school is just so much different from the way Sarthak looks at things. He is a little older than me and went to university in India, so his experience is a lot different than mine. It was interesting to discuss the differences in both the teaching ways and our mental learning habits.” Sarthak also enjoyed exploring his partner’s culture, the differences in perspectives and how those differences are related to culture: “The important point is even though we are different we share same human values which I came across during my conversation with my cultural partner on varying topics.”

106 students and staff at Red River College have successfully completed the Intercultural Mentorship Program in the Fall Term. Lots of insightful intercultural conversation was generated on topics such as personal interests and hobbies, education and student life, settlement experiences, politics, communication styles, LGBTT* culture in different cultures etc. Partners explored Winnipeg together, tried out new traditional foods, visited the Human Rights Museum, attended Jets’ community practice, concerts at Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, the corn maze, Halloween or Christmas related activities, fishing, biking and many other activities that helped create a bond, as well as enhanced participants’ interpersonal, intercultural communication and leadership skills.

Who doesn’t like living and learning in a community that is welcoming and inclusive? Seeking opportunities to positively engage with others is a wonderful way to start building community! Sign up to be a Mentor in the Intercultural Mentorship Program! Applications for the Winter term accepted until January 18, 2017. Visit www.rrc.ca/imp to read or and to apply!

 

 

Feeling at Home for the Holidays – Season’s Greetings from the Student Refugee Program

December 15, 2016 • Written by
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SRP students, Wasim Alkabani and Yves Ngendahimana, baking Holiday treats for the Red River College Local Committee (WUSC).

A little bit of snow has not stopped Applied Accounting student, Wasim Alkabani, from settling into his new Canadian life at Red River College. Wasim arrived in August 2016 from Lebanon to study at the College. He arrived with a sponsorship award through the College’s Student Refugee Program and WUSC (World University Services of Canada). Each year the College oversees the selection and sponsorship of one refugee student.

Since his arrival in the fall, Wasim is overwhelmed by feelings of gratitude for the support and friendship offered to him by the College’s local committee, his instructors, classmates and community members. Whether it’s technical support, learning to ride the bus, getting geared up for winter or learning how to bake, the student group has been supporting Wasim every step of the way while he adjusts to life in Manitoba. According to Alkabani, “the committee has taken great initiative to make sure I have all I need and I am surrounded by good people. This has made me feel very at home. This experience has been very exciting for me. I really appreciate the diversity on campus and meeting people from around the world in my classes. I like that I have access to many student supports. This has made my transition much more comfortable and I have learned a lot during my short time here.”

Although the support is strong, there are always challenging moments when you become a new resident in Canada. For Wasim, being far away from family can be difficult. However, there is no shortage of keeping in touch. “I am always talking to my family. I make video calls to my family in the evening from my room in residence. I send lots of pictures of the new things I am trying, the Exchange District Campus and the places I visit in the city.”

For Alkabani, the Applied Accounting program has kept him busy with studies and projects. As a former Finance and Administration Coordinator for the British Council in Syria, he finds his program to be a great tool for developing his current skill set and broadening his knowledge. According to Wasim, “group work is a new concept for me. I like the hands-on learning and many resources available for me to use. Having access to computers and a library really help me out. I love that I can study anywhere at anytime I like.”

Wasim has formed a friendship with former SRP student and RRC grad, Yves Ngendahimana. Yves arrived through the Student Refugee Program in August 2015 from Malawi and has been a mentor to Wasim since his arrival. Having now moved into industry, it’s a treat to come back to campus. “I really miss my community at the College. I miss seeing everyone every day. Wasim is very lucky to be at Red River College “says Ngendahimana. Yves, who is currently employed with Scotiabank, intends to continue studies in the College’s Business Administration program in 2017. “It will feel so good to be back. RRC is like home.”

The two plan to travel to Montreal in January to participate in the WUSC International Forum. The gathering will be a reunification of WUSC sponsored students from around the country. With a focus on international development, the conference will aim to inform students and their local committees on current development issues, and the role post-secondary can play by engaging in WUSC membership and global citizenship programming.

In Alkabani’s own words, “I would like to thank everyone who is part of my journey. I wish everyone at RRC a great Holiday Season and look forward to returning to my program in the winter term.”

Learn more about WUSC’s Student Refugee Program, or make a donation to RRC’s  Student Refugee Program Award.

To join RRC’s local SRP Committee, contact Lauren Konrad at 204.631.3345.

The Roblin Centre will be closed on October 11

October 7, 2016 • Written by

sorrywereclosedRed River College’s Roblin Centre will be closed on Tuesday, October 11 in order to allow for necessary work to the water main adjacent to the campus.

During that time the water will be shut-off and for the health and safety reasons classes will be cancelled and the campus will be closed to the general public.

Regular operations are expected to resume on Wednesday, October 12.

Red River College has been advised that this outage will not affect the adjacent RRC properties located in the Exchange District.

Classes, programs, and services offered at the Massey Building and the Paterson GlobalFoods Institute will carry-on as scheduled.

Diversity and Intercultural Services Celebrates Volunteerism on Campus

May 3, 2016 • Written by
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The RRC WUSC Local Committee (Student Refugee Program). Photo Credit: Digital Media Design Student, Prathamesh Madia.

On Wednesday, April 13th, members of the Diversity and Intercultural Services Department gathered to celebrate volunteerism on Campus at the Annual Volunteer Appreciation Mixer. As part of the national recognition week, the department dedicated the evening to acknowledging student and staff volunteer efforts throughout the year.

Over 100 student and staff members attended the event. Volunteers were greeted with a pink flower as a small token of appreciation. The formal part of the evening highlighted outstanding volunteers and various departmental award recipients.

In the Intercultural Mentorship Program there was lots to celebrate. Over 300 participants successfully completed the Program this year having made a world of difference: in their partner’s life and on campus contributing to a more diverse, welcoming and inclusive environment.

Three Awards were offered this year to 3 partnerships representative of the “mentorship spirit”: Elizabeth Glaseman and Candy Pham demonstrated a willingness to learn, a sense of adventure, and an ability to have fun that have opened them up to new experiences while sharing from their own; Leonardo Celis Borrero and Benjamin McDonald have truly stepped out of their comfort zones and enhanced their intercultural understanding in a way that transformed their lives and helped them become more comfortable with themselves and each other; Paulo Arruda and Gemma Gibb have shown a lot of genuine interest in the other person and respect towards the partnership with an attitude of exploration and discussion, a love for learning and spirit of mutual support.

In addition, four Step Out Of Your Box Awards were presented to students who have explored dimensions of diversity different from their own and produced leave-behind projects to promote diversity or benefitting their organization. Hospitality and Tourism Management students Yuan Chen and Shanshan Long have volunteered with IRCOM and consciously and constantly challenged stereotypes around issues facing the refugee community in Winnipeg. Through their work they have manifested creativity in new and unique circumstances and have contributed to building a more diverse community. Another HTM student, Star Wang, has emerged as an outstanding planner, writer and public speaker and, upon volunteering with The Great Wall Project has contributed to bringing diversity to the forefront of Winnipeg culture and arts arena. Finally, Jacqueline Dormer of the Educational Assistant Program has made a difference into the lives of Manitoba living with disabilities through her work at St Amant. She has learnt that “we are all different and we cannot be defined by our differences” and has surely left a mark on all those she has worked with.

To continue, in an effort to support refugee students and to invite to self-reflection, exploration and goal-setting that facilitate settlement and integration, the Diversity and Intercultural Services at Red River College is presenting and annual Peace Award to current students in full-time academic programs who enter Canada as refugees or refugee claimants. This year’s $1,000 Peace Award recognizes Yves Ngendahimana for his strength and determination and for demonstrating perseverance in reaching his educational goals while overcoming challenges and adapting to a new life in Canada. Coming from a personal understanding of political conflicts and the role biased and corrupt businesses play in economic downfall, Yves is committed to using the knowledge and skills he acquired in RRC’s Applied Accounting Program to start a business revolution in Africa and the world at large. He takes it one step at a time and plans to use the award to pay for his tuition for his next step which is doing Business Administration with a major in Marketing.

A small reception followed which included light refreshments and Brazilian music by Marco Castillo.

The evening was captured nicely as participants got silly and took part in a fun-filled photo booth. To view the online gallery click here.

Thank you to all volunteers who took part in our programs and services this year. Your contributions truly do make a world of a difference.

Red River Students Experience the Best of Winter in Winnipeg

March 9, 2016 • Written by

Everyone knows that winter in Winnipeg can be a long, cold and sometimes dreary season. It can be especially difficult for someone experiencing the season for the first time. For many international and immigrant students at Red River College, adapting to the weather in Winnipeg can be a real challenge. The days are short, the air is cold, the sidewalks are slippery… Just getting to class everyday can seem like a struggle. However, in Diversity and Intercultural Services, we believe that the best way to get used to Winnipeg winters is to fully immerse yourself in the experience. We encourage students to put on their toques, tie up their skates and get out in the community to enjoy the numerous winter activities that Winnipeg has to offer. In the past two months, students have had the opportunity to participate in numerous activities organized by Diversity and Intercultural Services.  The following are some of the highlights:

Skating at the Forks

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As part of the Canadian Connections and New Roots Programs, over 100 students had the opportunity to try out their skating skills at The Forks on two different days. As we all know, Winnipeg winter can be unpredictable. The students who went skating on January 30th as part of the Canadian Connections Program were treated to some mild winter weather for their outing. The Language Training Centre students who went skating on February 13th through the New Roots Program were not so lucky! These students experienced a ‘true’ Winnipeg winter day with windchills nearing -35 degrees Celsius! However, the students braved the cold and enjoyed the activity. They especially enjoyed the free hot chocolate and mini-doughnuts provided at the end of the day!

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Diversity and Intercultural Services would like to thank all of the volunteers who helped to make the skating activities a success. A special thanks to the Diversity Ambassadors and Hospitality and Tourism volunteers.


Festival du Voyageur 

The Canadian Connection Program organized a group outing to one of Winnipeg’s largest outdoor winter festivals. On Saturday, Feb 13th, Student Integration Coordinator, Lauren Konrad along with 52 immigrant and International students bundled up to brave the cold and explore the Festival du Voyageur. Volunteers from the Intercultural Mentorship Program, Diversity Ambassador Program and Hospitality and Tourism Program showed up to take part in the day.festival 1

The Festival celebrates the French-Canadian and Metis heritage in Manitoba. With live music, French/Metis cuisine, arts, crafts and activities, the day is always full of cross-cultural learning and new experiences. Students were largely impressed by the competitive ice sculptures that take shape every year. For many students, visually understanding that pressed snow can become art or used to make maple syrup candy, quickly becomes a unique Canadian lesson.

The -35 degree temperatures did not interrupt a day of outdoor fun. The all-day passes provided gave students the opportunity to see both sides of the festival, as most returned at night to experience the evening line-up of entertainment and festivities.

 

Winnipeg Jets Community Practice 

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Thanks to the Manitoba Council for International Education, almost 200 students were able to see the Winnipeg Jets during a community open practice at the MTS Centre. Students were treated to free refreshments and snacks and of course the exciting opportunity to watch the Winnipeg Jets in action!

Here is what a few students from the Intensive English for International Students Program at the Language Training Centre had to say about the experience:

“I felt excited when the players skated very quickly and hit the puck into the net. My heart beat faster when a player held another opponent and stole the puck to score a goal. I really like this game. If I have more money, I will see a real competition.” (Thi My Duyen Nguyen)                                              

“Before the practice, my friend told me that Canadians like to talk about hockey. It’s like talking about the weather. Through the Jets practice, I discovered that this is a fact. I can see that Canadians ardently love hockey! Now, I also love this exciting sport and I want to see a real hockey game.” (Xiang Gao)

“In the future I would like to practice this sport and learn how to use the hockey stick and shoot the puck to make a lot of goals but first I need to buy my equipment and find someone who will show me how to skate.” (Francisco Eduardo Barragan Rodriguez)

“Although only a practice, the players were still very serious. Through watching the Jets practice, I realized it is important to have tough spirit to face everything in our life.” (Bolin Liu)

Although the end of winter is drawing near and the snow is disappearing, the students who participated in these activities are left with memories of their first winters in Winnipeg that will last a lifetime.

Powerful in PINK

March 2, 2016 • Written by

The Power of PINK was represented by hundreds at the Notre Dame Campus of Red River College to mark National PINK Shirt Day.

Hosted by RRC’s Diversity and Intercultural Services Department with support from the LGBTT* Steering Committee; the Students Association; Alumni Services, Special Events and Marketing and Winnipeg’s own Energy 106 FM, NDC rocked the PINK out of the Day.

The interactive PINK Art Project to “make your mark” against bullying was easily the highlight of the event, along with the live music by Energy 106. FM made it easy to stop by for some of the free Pink popcorn and pink lemonade. For those who had on pink or grabbed some pink ribbons they could enter the draws for the amazing prizes donated by various groups.

” We wanted to create a variety of ways for people to participate in the day “ says Bradley West, the Diversity Initiatives Coordinator who organized the event ” just as there are a number of ways in which we can stop or interrupt bullies.”

The original PINK Shirt day was in 2007 when high schools students, David Shepherd and Travis Price, saw a Grade 9 male student being bullied for wearing a pink shirt on the first day of school. These two students went out and brought all the pink shirts they could find, distributed them among other students and all wore them the next day to confront the bullies.

Since then, the power of PINK has been harnessed to create awareness around the importance of interrupting bullying when it occurs.

Look for us on April 13th, 2016 at the Roblin Centre, Exchange District Campus for the International Day of PINK against homophobia, biphobia and transphobia

For more information on the Days of PINK, please contact Bradley West, Diversity Initiatives Coordinator at bcwest@rrc.ca

 

RRC President Paul Vogt makes his mark against bullying

RRC President Paul Vogt makes his mark against bullying

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Powerful in PINK Art Project

Powerful in PINK Art Project

PINK Shirt Day Wednesday, February 24th

February 19, 2016 • Written by

 

PinkitforwardPINK Shirt Days grew out of the need to actively make safer spaces within educational communities, for all our students, not just some of them. Since then, it’s mandate and ideas have spread to all sectors of our communities, for all members of our communities. For more information on PINK Shirt Day, visit http://pinkshirtday.ca/

By wearing PINK and participating in the day, you are showing your commitment to safe, bully free environment for staff, students and faculty.

The power of PINK helps to make a difference on that day. By taking the ideals of PINK with you every day, you help to transform your space into one that is safe and respectful for all of us, not just some of us.

At the Notre Dame Campus we are hosting a special event and activities to celebrate PINK Shirt Day. We have special guest DJ’s and on air personalities, Jordan Knight and JD Francis with live cut in’s on the morning show, playing music and a chance to win a great Energy 106 Prize Pack. The Students Association and Diversity and Intercultural Services will be having tables with information, give away and contests as well. There will be an interactive PINK Art Project for you to participate in. All you have to do is to show up in PINK or get a ribbon at the booth.

Join tens of thousands across Canada as they embrace the POWER OF PINK

For more information, please contact Bradley West, Diversity Initiatives Coordinator at 204.632.2016 or bcwest@rrc.ca.

U.S. Consulate Information Session: Tuesday, February 23 at Roblin Centre

February 16, 2016 • Written by

16305414050_9ddd5e8a17_oAre you interested in traveling to the USA but aren’t sure what documents are required in order to do so?  On Tuesday, February 23rd at 2:00 p.m., representatives from the U.S. Consulate will host a presentation for Red River College students and staff in room W411, Roblin Centre (160 Princess Street).

Information Session:  Personal and Business Travel to the United States of America
Presenters:  Elyse Stines, Vice-Consul at U.S. Consulate Calgary and Nasha Peer-Mohammed, American Citizens Services Supervisor
Audience:  International students, all students and staff
Date:  Tuesday, February 23, 2016
Time:  2:00 to 3:00 p.m.
Place:  W411, Roblin Centre (160 Princess Street), Red River College

A short presentation will be given about the requirements international students need to go through in order to travel to the United States, as well as information about general Consular Services for all students and staff.  There will also be the opportunity to ask questions at the end of the presentation.

For more information, please contact Nora Sobel, A/Manager, Diversity and Intercultural Services at nsobel@rrc.ca or 204.632.2404.

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