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July 2024

July 17

Campus Event

APA Citations for Beginners

For those who are new to citations, we will lay the foundation for successful citation-building. Understand the use of in-text citations, identify different source formats and the parts of a citation, and practice using a citation guide to build basic citations.

Complete any five Library ILC workshops and you will receive the Information Literacy Certificate and CCR recognition.

Attend virtually from anywhere.

Campus Event

Drop-In Badminton

Badminton is scheduled today for current, full-time Fleming students in Gym A at the Peterborough Sport and Wellness Centre. We dont know what all the racket is about, but we do know that badminton is a sport that our students really seem to love. If you are coming out to play, be sure to wear clean indoor shoes. Questions? Emailsportsinfo@flemingcollege.ca

Campus Event

Drop-in Volleyball

Are you all set to play volleyball? Your Athletics and Recreation team is serving up some fun for current, full-time Fleming students who want to block off some time to come out and kill it on the court in Gym A at the Peterborough Sport and Wellness Centre. If you dig the game, be sure to wear clean indoor shoes so you dont get bumped from the game. Questions? Email sportsinfo@flemingcollege.ca

July 18

Campus Event

Avoiding Plagiarism Workshop
  • At Fleming, Plagiarism is a serious breach of Academic Integrity. Understand the various forms of plagiarism, Flemings policy on plagiarism, and learn effective strategies to avoid plagiarizing.

  • Complete any five Library ILC workshops and you will receive the Information Literacy Certificate and CCR recognition.

  • Attend virtually from anywhere.

Campus Event

Career Services Drop-In

No appointment needed - each student will be seen in turn. Students can come anytime during the drop in for help with their job search and career planning including:

  • Tips and resources for a Canadian job search
  • Resume and cover letter feedback
  • Interview preparation
  • Networking and LinkedIn strategies
  • Exploring career options

Campus Event

Frost Career and Job Search Club

All students are welcome to attendone or manyjob search club meetings. Students who attend 4 or more meetings are eligible to receive CCR credit.

Each week this group will focus on a different topic and students will get a chance to ask questions and share their own tips for job searching with each other.

Today's topic is Your Rights in the Workplace:

  • Learn about the laws that protect your rights at work

  • Get answers to your questions about your right to be paid for work and training, your rights to freedom from harassment and discrimination and your right to a safe work environment

  • Learn what you can do if your rights are not being upheld at work

July 19

Campus Event

Career Services Drop-In

No appointment needed - each student will be seen in turn. Students can come anytime during the drop in for help with their job search and career planning including:

  • Tips and resources for a Canadian job search
  • Resume and cover letter feedback
  • Interview preparation
  • Networking and LinkedIn strategies
  • Exploring career options

July 22

Campus Event

Career Services Drop-In

No appointment needed - each student will be seen in turn. Students can come anytime during the drop in for help with their job search and career planning including:

  • Tips and resources for a Canadian job search
  • Resume and cover letter feedback
  • Interview preparation
  • Networking and LinkedIn strategies
  • Exploring career options

July 23

Campus Event

APA for Beginners Workshop
  • For those who are new to citations, we will lay the foundation for successful citation-building. Understand the use of in-text citations, identify different source formats and the parts of a citation, and practice using a citation guide to build basic citations.

  • Complete any five Library ILC workshops and you will receive the Information Literacy Certificate and CCR recognition.

  • Attend virtually from anywhere.

July 24

Campus Event

Using Turnitin Workshop

Turnitin is an online tool used by some instructors to assess for plagiarism in student assignments, but did you know that you can use Turnitin to self-assess your work before handing it in? In this workshop, we'll demonstrate how to set up an account, submit your work, and how to understand the feedback report and use it to avoid plagiarism.

Complete any five Library ILC workshops and you will receive the Information Literacy Certificate and CCR recognition.

Attend in-person at Sutherland Library.

Campus Event

Drop-in Volleyball

Are you all set to play volleyball? Your Athletics and Recreation team is serving up some fun for current, full-time Fleming students who want to block off some time to come out and kill it on the court in Gym A at the Peterborough Sport and Wellness Centre. If you dig the game, be sure to wear clean indoor shoes so you dont get bumped from the game. Questions? Email sportsinfo@flemingcollege.ca

Campus Event

Drop-In Badminton

Badminton is scheduled today for current, full-time Fleming students in Gym A at the Peterborough Sport and Wellness Centre. We dont know what all the racket is about, but we do know that badminton is a sport that our students really seem to love. If you are coming out to play, be sure to wear clean indoor shoes. Questions? Emailsportsinfo@flemingcollege.ca

July 25

Campus Event

Evaluating Sources Workshop
  • Information is everywhere BUT is it right for your research paper? Discover how to look critically at information sources, especially websites, to ensure the information is credible, appropriate, accurate, free of bias, etc.

  • Complete any five Library ILC workshops and you will receive the Information Literacy Certificate and CCR recognition.

  • Attend virtually from anywhere.

Campus Event

Drop-In Games

Need a break from schoolwork? Want a spot to enjoy the beautiful summer weather while playing some games with friends? Check out the drop-in games down at the Fleming Phoenix Sports Field!

Join us every Thursday from 11am to 1pm for variety of fun games. No registration required!

Participants must be current, full-time Fleming students. Please be prepared to show proof of current, full-time enrollment.

*Keep an eye on the portal calendar for any exclusion dates or changes due to weather.*

For more information, email sportsinfo@flemingcollege.ca

Campus Event

Career Services Drop-In

No appointment needed - each student will be seen in turn. Students can come anytime during the drop in for help with their job search and career planning including:

  • Tips and resources for a Canadian job search
  • Resume and cover letter feedback
  • Interview preparation
  • Networking and LinkedIn strategies
  • Exploring career options

Campus Event

Frost Career and Job Search Club

All students are welcome to attendone or manyjob search club meetings. Students who attend 4 or more meetings are eligible to receive CCR credit.

Each week this group will focus on a different topic and students will get a chance to ask questions and share their own tips for job searching with each other.

Today's topic is Ace Your Interviews:

  • Find out what employers expect in the interview process

  • Learn how to answer common interview questions

  • Discover the 7 strategies for interview success

Campus Event

Workshop ?Black History Beyond February?

This 1-hour presentation is designed as an anti-racism training with a focus on the legacies of Emancipation Day and its implication in modern society, not just for Black and Indigenous Canadians, but for all Canadians, regardless of your status in Canada. Facilitated by Dr. Eyitayo Aloh, an African Literature scholar who teaches in the Canadian Studies Department at Trent University. Organized by Diversity & Inclusion Services.

To register or get more information, email diversity@flemingcollege.ca.

More anti-racism resources:https://department.flemingcollege.ca/diversity/anti-racism-resources/

July 26

Campus Event

Career Services Drop-In

No appointment needed - each student will be seen in turn. Students can come anytime during the drop in for help with their job search and career planning including:

  • Tips and resources for a Canadian job search
  • Resume and cover letter feedback
  • Interview preparation
  • Networking and LinkedIn strategies
  • Exploring career options

July 29

Campus Event

Career Services Drop-In

No appointment needed - each student will be seen in turn. Students can come anytime during the drop in for help with their job search and career planning including:

  • Tips and resources for a Canadian job search
  • Resume and cover letter feedback
  • Interview preparation
  • Networking and LinkedIn strategies
  • Exploring career options

July 30

Campus Event

Peer Reviewed Articles Workshop
  • For many students, research includes locating, understanding and disseminating peer review resources. Discover how an article becomes peer-reviewed and how to search the librarys databases for these highly credible articles.

  • Complete any five Library ILC workshops and you will receive the Information Literacy Certificate and CCR recognition.

  • Attend virtually from anywhere.

July 31

Campus Event

Drop-In Badminton

Badminton is scheduled today for current, full-time Fleming students in Gym A at the Peterborough Sport and Wellness Centre. We dont know what all the racket is about, but we do know that badminton is a sport that our students really seem to love. If you are coming out to play, be sure to wear clean indoor shoes. Questions? Emailsportsinfo@flemingcollege.ca

Campus Event

Drop-in Volleyball

Are you all set to play volleyball? Your Athletics and Recreation team is serving up some fun for current, full-time Fleming students who want to block off some time to come out and kill it on the court in Gym A at the Peterborough Sport and Wellness Centre. If you dig the game, be sure to wear clean indoor shoes so you dont get bumped from the game. Questions? Email sportsinfo@flemingcollege.ca

August 2024

August 01

Campus Event

APA for Beginners Workshop
  • For those who are new to citations, we will lay the foundation for successful citation-building. Understand the use of in-text citations, identify different source formats and the parts of a citation, and practice using a citation guide to build basic citations.

  • Complete any five Library ILC workshops and you will receive the Information Literacy Certificate and CCR recognition.

  • Attendvirtually from anywhere.

Campus Event

Emancipation Day Educational Display

Drop by the information table and find activities and resources for students interested in learning more about antiracism education and the impact of Emancipation Day on all humans. The display includes an audio-visual display highlighting a brief history of Emancipation Day and its legacies.

Learn more about Emancipation Day here:

https://www.canada.ca/en/canadian-heritage/campaigns/emancipation-day.html

Find Fleming antiracism resources here:

https://department.flemingcollege.ca/diversity/anti-racism-resources/

Diversity & Inclusion Services

diversity@flemingcollege.ca / 705-749-5530 ext. 1292

Campus Event

Career Services Drop-In

No appointment needed - each student will be seen in turn. Students can come anytime during the drop in for help with their job search and career planning including:

  • Tips and resources for a Canadian job search
  • Resume and cover letter feedback
  • Interview preparation
  • Networking and LinkedIn strategies
  • Exploring career options

Campus Event

Frost Career and Job Search Club

All students are welcome to attendone or manyjob search club meetings. Students who attend 4 or more meetings are eligible to receive CCR credit.

Each week this group will focus on a different topic and students will get a chance to ask questions and share their own tips for job searching with each other.

Today's topic is Strengths for Success:

  • Discover your unique strengths and learn how to communicate them confidently to employers

  • Create accomplishment statements you can use in your resume and interviews to stand out to employers

August 02

Academic Date

Final Date to Withdraw from a course of less than eight weeks duration (in the back seven weeks of the semester) and receive a 'W' designation on Academic Record

Academic Date

Tuition Fees - Fall Term Final Payment Due - All domestic students

Academic Date

Tuition Fees - Fall Term payment due - All returning international students

Campus Event

Career Services Drop-In

No appointment needed - each student will be seen in turn. Students can come anytime during the drop in for help with their job search and career planning including:

  • Tips and resources for a Canadian job search
  • Resume and cover letter feedback
  • Interview preparation
  • Networking and LinkedIn strategies
  • Exploring career options

August 03

Academic Date

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During the final third of courses less than eight weeks duration (in the back seven weeks of the semester) a 'WF' (withdrew-fail) grade will be entered for a dropped course

August 05

Academic Date

CIVIC HOLIDAY: COLLEGE CLOSED

August 06

Campus Event

Avoiding Plagiarism Workshop
  • At Fleming, Plagiarism is a serious breach of Academic Integrity. Understand the various forms of plagiarism, Flemings policy on plagiarism, and learn effective strategies to avoid plagiarizing.

  • Complete any five Library ILC workshops and you will receive the Information Literacy Certificate and CCR recognition.

  • Attend virtually from anywhere.

August 08

Campus Event

Finding Articles Workshop
  • Find articles using our single Search-All feature. Learn how to choose effective keywords, narrow your results by subject, date, or geography and access full-text articles.

  • Complete any five Library ILC workshops and you will receive the Information Literacy Certificate and CCR recognition.

  • Attend virtually from anywhere.

Campus Event

Career Services Drop-In

No appointment needed - each student will be seen in turn. Students can come anytime during the drop in for help with their job search and career planning including:

  • Tips and resources for a Canadian job search
  • Resume and cover letter feedback
  • Interview preparation
  • Networking and LinkedIn strategies
  • Exploring career options

Campus Event

Frost Career and Job Search Club

All students are welcome to attendone or manyjob search club meetings. Students who attend 4 or more meetings are eligible to receive CCR credit.

Each week this group will focus on a different topic and students will get a chance to ask questions and share their own tips for job searching with each other.

Today's topic is LinkedIn and Your Personal Brand:

  • Learn how to write a personal brand statement to introduce yourself professionally

  • Find out how to use your LinkedIn profile to make a positive impression with employers

August 09

Campus Event

Career Services Drop-In

No appointment needed - each student will be seen in turn. Students can come anytime during the drop in for help with their job search and career planning including:

  • Tips and resources for a Canadian job search
  • Resume and cover letter feedback
  • Interview preparation
  • Networking and LinkedIn strategies
  • Exploring career options

August 12

Campus Event

Career Services Drop-In

No appointment needed - each student will be seen in turn. Students can come anytime during the drop in for help with their job search and career planning including:

  • Tips and resources for a Canadian job search
  • Resume and cover letter feedback
  • Interview preparation
  • Networking and LinkedIn strategies
  • Exploring career options

August 13

Campus Event

Advanced APA Workshop
  • For those with some citation experience, this workshop will help broaden your understanding and hone your skills. We will practice with more complex examples of articles, edited volumes, websites, and images.

  • Complete any five Library ILC workshops and you will receive the Information Literacy Certificate and CCR recognition.

  • Attend virtually from anywhere.

August 15

Campus Event

Presentation Skills Workshop
  • Give yourself an edge in your next in-class presentation! We will cover techniques for dealing with presentation anxiety as well as best practices for presenting and using tech tools such as PowerPoint.

  • Complete any five Library ILC workshops and you will receive the Information Literacy Certificate and CCR recognition.

  • Attend virtually from anywhere.

Campus Event

Career Services Drop-In

No appointment needed - each student will be seen in turn. Students can come anytime during the drop in for help with their job search and career planning including:

  • Tips and resources for a Canadian job search
  • Resume and cover letter feedback
  • Interview preparation
  • Networking and LinkedIn strategies
  • Exploring career options

August 16

Academic Date

End of Spring Term

Campus Event

Career Services Drop-In

No appointment needed - each student will be seen in turn. Students can come anytime during the drop in for help with their job search and career planning including:

  • Tips and resources for a Canadian job search
  • Resume and cover letter feedback
  • Interview preparation
  • Networking and LinkedIn strategies
  • Exploring career options

August 19

Campus Event

Career Services Drop-In

No appointment needed - each student will be seen in turn. Students can come anytime during the drop in for help with their job search and career planning including:

  • Tips and resources for a Canadian job search
  • Resume and cover letter feedback
  • Interview preparation
  • Networking and LinkedIn strategies
  • Exploring career options

August 22

Campus Event

Career Services Drop-In

No appointment needed - each student will be seen in turn. Students can come anytime during the drop in for help with their job search and career planning including:

  • Tips and resources for a Canadian job search
  • Resume and cover letter feedback
  • Interview preparation
  • Networking and LinkedIn strategies
  • Exploring career options

August 23

Campus Event

Career Services Drop-In

No appointment needed - each student will be seen in turn. Students can come anytime during the drop in for help with their job search and career planning including:

  • Tips and resources for a Canadian job search
  • Resume and cover letter feedback
  • Interview preparation
  • Networking and LinkedIn strategies
  • Exploring career options

August 26

Campus Event

Career Services Drop-In

No appointment needed - each student will be seen in turn. Students can come anytime during the drop in for help with their job search and career planning including:

  • Tips and resources for a Canadian job search
  • Resume and cover letter feedback
  • Interview preparation
  • Networking and LinkedIn strategies
  • Exploring career options

August 28

Campus Event

Job Search, Resumes and Interviews

Are you a student looking for work?

CAREER SERVICES CAN HELP!

Learn job search tips, what to include on your resume, interview strategies and how to apply for on-campus and off-campus jobs.

30 minute information session + Q & A.

August 29

Campus Event

Job Search, Resumes and Interviews

Are you a student looking for work?

CAREER SERVICES CAN HELP!

Learn job search tips, what to include on your resume, interview strategies and how to apply for on-campus and off-campus jobs.

Campus Event

Career Services Drop-In

No appointment needed - each student will be seen in turn. Students can come anytime during the drop in for help with their job search and career planning including:

  • Tips and resources for a Canadian job search
  • Resume and cover letter feedback
  • Interview preparation
  • Networking and LinkedIn strategies
  • Exploring career options

Campus Event

Make a Resume (using AI)

A step-by-step walkthrough for any student who would like to make a new resume or improve their current resume using AI. Limited computers are available, and students are encouraged to bring their own laptop if possible.

  • Learn how to use prompts to write each section of your resume effectively

  • Understand the strengths and limitations of AI to make a resume that stands out to employers

  • Learn how to protect your personal information when using ChatGPT

At the end of this workshop, students who have followed the walkthrough will have a resume.

August 30

Campus Event

Career Services Drop-In

No appointment needed - each student will be seen in turn. Students can come anytime during the drop in for help with their job search and career planning including:

  • Tips and resources for a Canadian job search
  • Resume and cover letter feedback
  • Interview preparation
  • Networking and LinkedIn strategies
  • Exploring career options

Campus Event

Ready, Set, Fleming!

Ready, Set, Fleming!

Date: Friday, August 30th

Location: Sutherland and Frost Campuses

Time: 1:00pm - 4:00pm

This optional event is for new students that will be moving in to residence or are already planning to be in town. This is a great opportunity to familiarize yourself with campus, find your classes, get your One Card, Locker or Parking Pass. As well as stopping by our information fair to get more information on a variety of student services, attend informative sessions and workshops, participate in a tour and have chances to win Fleming swag. Parents welcome!

September 2024

September 02

Academic Date

Labour Day: COLLEGE CLOSED

September 03

Academic Date

Fall Term Orientation – First Semester Students

Academic Date

Fall Term Begins – All students

Campus Event

Academic Orientation/Phoenix Frenzy!

A variety of events, sessions and workshops will be taking place to welcome you to your new home away from home. Meet your faculty and classmates, participate in fun activities and get to know your new community.

Please note: There will be no classes running for all semesters of students at the Sutherland campus with the exception of those registered in the Apprenticeship program.

First semester Frost students will not attend classes scheduled between 8:00am and 10:00am to attend academic orientation.

Haliburton students, please follow your timetable.

More details coming soon...

September 04

Campus Event

Job Search, Resumes and Interviews

Are you a student looking for work?

CAREER SERVICES CAN HELP!

Learn job search tips, what to include on your resume, interview strategies and how to apply for on-campus and off-campus jobs.

Campus Event

Frost Career and Job Search Club

All students are welcome to attendone or manyjob search club meetings. Students who attend 4 or more meetings are eligible to receive CCR credit.

Each week this group will focus on a different topic and students will get a chance to ask questions and share their own tips for job searching with each other.

Today's topic is Career Interests and Values:

  • Have fun taking a free assessment to explore your interests and related careers that you might find most fulfilling.

  • Discover what energizes you on the job and contributes to your work satisfaction.

Campus Event

Job Search, Resumes and Interviews

Are you a student looking for work?

CAREER SERVICES CAN HELP!

Learn job search tips, what to include on your resume, interview strategies and how to apply for on-campus and off-campus jobs.

30 minute information session + Q & A.

September 05

Campus Event

Career Services Drop-In

No appointment needed - each student will be seen in turn. Students can come anytime during the drop in for help with their job search and career planning including:

  • How to job search in Canada
  • Your rights in the workplace
  • Feedback to improve your resume or cover letter
  • Getting ready for your interviews
  • How to build a professional network and optimize your LinkedIn
  • Finding out more about careers in Canada (pay, location, requirements)

September 09

Academic Date

Final Date to Register for courses less than eight weeks in duration (in first seven weeks)

Campus Event

Career Services Drop-In

No appointment needed- each student will be seen in turn. Students can come anytime during the drop in for help with their job search and career planning including:

  • How to job search in Canada
  • Your rights in the workplace
  • Feedback to improve your resume or cover letter
  • Getting ready for your interviews
  • How to build a professional network and optimize your LinkedIn
  • Finding out more about careers in Canada (pay, location, requirements)

September 10

Campus Event

Queer Connections

QueerConnectionsis a drop-in group for any 2SLGBTQIA+Fleming students wishing to connect with other 2SLGBTQIA+ students on campus. In this group, we will discuss topics related toqueerness, mental wellness, and discuss topics specific to your experiences as a 2SLGBTQIA+ student at Fleming College.

This group is facilitated by Em Osborne (she/they), a 2SLGBTQIA+ Personal Wellness Counsellor at Fleming College.

Campus Event

Job Search, Resumes and Interviews

Are you a student looking for work?

CAREER SERVICES CAN HELP!

Learn job search tips, what to include on your resume, interview strategies and how to apply for on-campus and off-campus jobs.

30 minute information session + Q & A.

September 11

Campus Event

Frost Career and Job Search Club

All students are welcome to attendone or manyjob search club meetings. Students who attend 4 or more meetings are eligible to receive CCR credit.

Each week this group will focus on a different topic and students will get a chance to ask questions and share their own tips for job searching with each other.

Today's topic is Strengths for Success:

  • Discover your unique strengths and learn how to communicate them confidently to employers

  • Create accomplishment statements you can use in your resume and interviews to stand out to employers

September 12

Campus Event

Job Search, Resumes and Interviews

Are you a student looking for work?

CAREER SERVICES CAN HELP!

Learn job search tips, what to include on your resume, interview strategies and how to apply for on-campus and off-campus jobs.

30 minute information session + Q & A.

Campus Event

Career Services Drop-In

No appointment needed - each student will be seen in turn. Students can come anytime during the drop in for help with their job search and career planning including:

  • How to job search in Canada
  • Your rights in the workplace
  • Feedback to improve your resume or cover letter
  • Getting ready for your interviews
  • How to build a professional network and optimize your LinkedIn
  • Finding out more about careers in Canada (pay, location, requirements)

Campus Event

Make a Resume (using AI)

A step-by-step walkthrough for any student who would like to make a new resume or improve their current resume using AI. Limited computers are available, and students are encouraged to bring their own laptop if possible.

  • Learn how to use prompts to write each section of your resume effectively

  • Understand the strengths and limitations of AI to make a resume that stands out to employers

  • Learn how to protect your personal information when using ChatGPT

At the end of this workshop, students who have followed the walkthrough will have a resume.

September 16

Academic Date

Final Date to Register for courses greater than seven weeks in duration

Academic Date

Final Date to Withdraw from College with a Partial Refund

Campus Event

Career Services Drop-In

No appointment needed- each student will be seen in turn. Students can come anytime during the drop in for help with their job search and career planning including:

  • How to job search in Canada
  • Your rights in the workplace
  • Feedback to improve your resume or cover letter
  • Getting ready for your interviews
  • How to build a professional network and optimize your LinkedIn
  • Finding out more about careers in Canada (pay, location, requirements)

September 17

Campus Event

Job Search, Resumes and Interviews

Are you a student looking for work?

CAREER SERVICES CAN HELP!

Learn job search tips, what to include on your resume, interview strategies and how to apply for on-campus and off-campus jobs.

30 minute information session + Q & A.

Campus Event

Chai with Rodney

Chai with Rodney is a drop-in for any Black, Indigenous, People of colour (BIPOC) wishing to discuss their experience as a BIPOC person and to connect with other BIPOC students on campus. In this group we will discuss ways to build community, support each other in our mental wellness, and discuss topics specific to your experience as a BIPOC student at Fleming College.

What to expect: chai/tea and snacks. Open discussion in a safe place, building community, and interweaving mental health topics.

September 18

Campus Event

Queer Connections

QueerConnectionsis a drop-in group for any 2SLGBTQIA+Fleming students wishing to connect with other 2SLGBTQIA+ students on campus. In this group, we will discuss topics related toqueerness, mental wellness, and discuss topics specific to your experiences as a 2SLGBTQIA+ student at Fleming College.

This group is facilitated by Em Osborne (she/they), a 2SLGBTQIA+ Personal Wellness Counsellor at Fleming College.

Campus Event

Frost Career and Job Search Club

All students are welcome to attendone or manyjob search club meetings. Students who attend 4 or more meetings are eligible to receive CCR credit.

Each week this group will focus on a different topic and students will get a chance to ask questions and share their own tips for job searching with each other.

Today's topic is Your Rights in the Workplace:

  • Learn about the laws that protect your rights at work

  • Get answers to your questions about your right to be paid for work and training, your rights to freedom from harassment and discrimination and your right to a safe work environment

  • Learn what you can do if your rights are not being upheld at work

September 19

Campus Event

Career Services Drop-In

No appointment needed - each student will be seen in turn. Students can come anytime during the drop in for help with their job search and career planning including:

  • How to job search in Canada
  • Your rights in the workplace
  • Feedback to improve your resume or cover letter
  • Getting ready for your interviews
  • How to build a professional network and optimize your LinkedIn
  • Finding out more about careers in Canada (pay, location, requirements)

Campus Event

Make a Resume (Using AI)

A step-by-step walkthrough for any student who would like to make a new resume or improve their current resume using AI. Limited computers are available, and students are encouraged to bring their own laptop if possible.

  • Learn how to use prompts to write each section of your resume effectively

  • Understand the strengths and limitations of AI to make a resume that stands out to employers

  • Learn how to protect your personal information when using ChatGPT

At the end of this workshop, students who have followed the walkthrough will have a resume.

September 23

Campus Event

Career Services Drop-In

No appointment needed- each student will be seen in turn. Students can come anytime during the drop in for help with their job search and career planning including:

  • How to job search in Canada
  • Your rights in the workplace
  • Feedback to improve your resume or cover letter
  • Getting ready for your interviews
  • How to build a professional network and optimize your LinkedIn
  • Finding out more about careers in Canada (pay, location, requirements)

September 24

Campus Event

Chai with Rodney

Chai with Rodney is a drop-in for any Black, Indigenous, People of colour (BIPOC) wishing to discuss their experience as a BIPOC person and to connect with other BIPOC students on campus. In this group we will discuss ways to build community, support each other in our mental wellness, and discuss topics specific to your experience as a BIPOC student at Fleming College.

What to expect: chai/tea and snacks. Open discussion in a safe place, building community, and interweaving mental health topics.

Campus Event

Queer Connections

QueerConnectionsis a drop-in group for any 2SLGBTQIA+Fleming students wishing to connect with other 2SLGBTQIA+ students on campus. In this group, we will discuss topics related toqueerness, mental wellness, and discuss topics specific to your experiences as a 2SLGBTQIA+ student at Fleming College.

This group is facilitated by Em Osborne (she/they), a 2SLGBTQIA+ Personal Wellness Counsellor at Fleming College.

September 25

Campus Event

Make a Resume (Using AI)

A step-by-step walkthrough for any student who would like to make a new resume or improve their current resume using AI. Limited computers are available, and students are encouraged to bring their own laptop if possible.

  • Learn how to use prompts to write each section of your resume effectively

  • Understand the strengths and limitations of AI to make a resume that stands out to employers

  • Learn how to protect your personal information when using ChatGPT

At the end of this workshop, students who have followed the walkthrough will have a resume.

Campus Event

Make a Resume (using AI)

A step-by-step walkthrough for any student who would like to make a new resume or improve their current resume using AI. Limited computers are available, and students are encouraged to bring their own laptop if possible.

  • Learn how to use prompts to write each section of your resume effectively

  • Understand the strengths and limitations of AI to make a resume that stands out to employers

  • Learn how to protect your personal information when using ChatGPT

At the end of this workshop, students who have followed the walkthrough will have a resume.

Campus Event

Frost Career and Job Search Club

All students are welcome to attendone or manyjob search club meetings. Students who attend 4 or more meetings are eligible to receive CCR credit.

Each week this group will focus on a different topic and students will get a chance to ask questions and share their own tips for job searching with each other.

Today's topic is Resumes and Cover Letters:

  • Learn the basics to write a resume and find out how to impress an employer in 7 seconds

  • Discover how a customized cover letter can give you a competitive edge

September 26

Campus Event

Career Services Drop-In

No appointment needed - each student will be seen in turn. Students can come anytime during the drop in for help with their job search and career planning including:

  • How to job search in Canada
  • Your rights in the workplace
  • Feedback to improve your resume or cover letter
  • Getting ready for your interviews
  • How to build a professional network and optimize your LinkedIn
  • Finding out more about careers in Canada (pay, location, requirements)

Campus Event

Make a Resume (Using AI)

A step-by-step walkthrough for any student who would like to make a new resume or improve their current resume using AI. Limited computers are available, and students are encouraged to bring their own laptop if possible.

  • Learn how to use prompts to write each section of your resume effectively

  • Understand the strengths and limitations of AI to make a resume that stands out to employers

  • Learn how to protect your personal information when using ChatGPT

At the end of this workshop, students who have followed the walkthrough will have a resume.

September 30

Campus Event

Career Services Drop-In

No appointment needed- each student will be seen in turn. Students can come anytime during the drop in for help with their job search and career planning including:

  • How to job search in Canada
  • Your rights in the workplace
  • Feedback to improve your resume or cover letter
  • Getting ready for your interviews
  • How to build a professional network and optimize your LinkedIn
  • Finding out more about careers in Canada (pay, location, requirements)

October 2024

October 01

Campus Event

Chai with Rodney

Chai with Rodney is a drop-in for any Black, Indigenous, People of colour (BIPOC) wishing to discuss their experience as a BIPOC person and to connect with other BIPOC students on campus. In this group we will discuss ways to build community, support each other in our mental wellness, and discuss topics specific to your experience as a BIPOC student at Fleming College.

What to expect: chai/tea and snacks. Open discussion in a safe place, building community, and interweaving mental health topics.

October 02

Campus Event

Make a Resume (Using AI)

A step-by-step walkthrough for any student who would like to make a new resume or improve their current resume using AI. Limited computers are available, and students are encouraged to bring their own laptop if possible.

  • Learn how to use prompts to write each section of your resume effectively

  • Understand the strengths and limitations of AI to make a resume that stands out to employers

  • Learn how to protect your personal information when using ChatGPT

At the end of this workshop, students who have followed the walkthrough will have a resume.

Campus Event

Queer Connections

QueerConnectionsis a drop-in group for any 2SLGBTQIA+Fleming students wishing to connect with other 2SLGBTQIA+ students on campus. In this group, we will discuss topics related toqueerness, mental wellness, and discuss topics specific to your experiences as a 2SLGBTQIA+ student at Fleming College.

This group is facilitated by Em Osborne (she/they), a 2SLGBTQIA+ Personal Wellness Counsellor at Fleming College.

Campus Event

Frost Career and Job Search Club

All students are welcome to attendone or manyjob search club meetings. Students who attend 4 or more meetings are eligible to receive CCR credit.

Each week this group will focus on a different topic and students will get a chance to ask questions and share their own tips for job searching with each other.

Today's topic is Ace Your Interviews:

  • Find out what employers expect in the interview process

  • Learn how to answer common interview questions

  • Discover the 7 strategies for interview success

October 03

Campus Event

Career Services Drop-In

No appointment needed- each student will be seen in turn. Students can come anytime during the drop in for help with their job search and career planning including:

  • How to job search in Canada
  • Your rights in the workplace
  • Feedback to improve your resume or cover letter
  • Getting ready for your interviews
  • How to build a professional network and optimize your LinkedIn
  • Finding out more about careers in Canada (pay, location, requirements)

Campus Event

Career Services Drop-In

No appointment needed- each student will be seen in turn. Students can come anytime during the drop in for help with their job search and career planning including:

  • How to job search in Canada
  • Your rights in the workplace
  • Feedback to improve your resume or cover letter
  • Getting ready for your interviews
  • How to build a professional network and optimize your LinkedIn
  • Finding out more about careers in Canada (pay, location, requirements)

Campus Event

Make a Resume (Using AI)

A step-by-step walkthrough for any student who would like to make a new resume or improve their current resume using AI. Limited computers are available, and students are encouraged to bring their own laptop if possible.

  • Learn how to use prompts to write each section of your resume effectively

  • Understand the strengths and limitations of AI to make a resume that stands out to employers

  • Learn how to protect your personal information when using ChatGPT

At the end of this workshop, students who have followed the walkthrough will have a resume.

Campus Event

Make a Resume (using AI)

A step-by-step walkthrough for any student who would like to make a new resume or improve their current resume using AI. Limited computers are available, and students are encouraged to bring their own laptop if possible.

  • Learn how to use prompts to write each section of your resume effectively

  • Understand the strengths and limitations of AI to make a resume that stands out to employers

  • Learn how to protect your personal information when using ChatGPT

At the end of this workshop, students who have followed the walkthrough will have a resume.

October 04

Academic Date

Final Date to Withdraw from courses less than eight weeks duration (in first seven weeks) and receive a ‘W’ designation on Academic Record

October 07

Academic Date

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During the final third of courses less than eight weeks duration (offered in first seven weeks) a ‘WF’ (withdrew-fail) grade will be entered for a dropped course

Campus Event

Career Services Drop-In

No appointment needed- each student will be seen in turn. Students can come anytime during the drop in for help with their job search and career planning including:

  • How to job search in Canada
  • Your rights in the workplace
  • Feedback to improve your resume or cover letter
  • Getting ready for your interviews
  • How to build a professional network and optimize your LinkedIn
  • Finding out more about careers in Canada (pay, location, requirements)

October 08

Campus Event

Chai with Rodney

Chai with Rodney is a drop-in for any Black, Indigenous, People of colour (BIPOC) wishing to discuss their experience as a BIPOC person and to connect with other BIPOC students on campus. In this group we will discuss ways to build community, support each other in our mental wellness, and discuss topics specific to your experience as a BIPOC student at Fleming College.

What to expect: chai/tea and snacks. Open discussion in a safe place, building community, and interweaving mental health topics.

Campus Event

Queer Connections

QueerConnectionsis a drop-in group for any 2SLGBTQIA+Fleming students wishing to connect with other 2SLGBTQIA+ students on campus. In this group, we will discuss topics related toqueerness, mental wellness, and discuss topics specific to your experiences as a 2SLGBTQIA+ student at Fleming College.

This group is facilitated by Em Osborne (she/they), a 2SLGBTQIA+ Personal Wellness Counsellor at Fleming College.

October 09

Campus Event