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Studying From Home? The Library can help.

In this wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, you may find yourself with less time on campus and more time studying at home. The RRC Polytech Library is here to help. This post will cover some of our supports and some tips to keep you on track with your studies. For more information visit webpage

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CRA/ARC: Learn about your taxes, A new online learning tool to support you and the community you serve

    Learn about your taxes, a new online learning tool to support you and the community you serve The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has launched a new online learning tool to help youth, individuals who have never done their taxes before and new residents learn about taxes. It is also a great tool for anyone who needs a refresher!…

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Happy Lunar New Year!

The Centre for International Education and Global Partnerships, RRC Polytech would like to wish you good health and much success in 2022! May this new year bring all of us affluence in health and wealth. Happy lunar new year!

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Self-Directed Tutorials in LEARN: Online Learning

Students have online learning resources available 24/7! Library & Academic Services is offering a suite of self-directed tutorials that provides relevant and helpful resources for the entire student cycle at college. Students can self-enroll in these tutorials in LEARN based on their own learning needs. Click here for more details about these tutorials and self-enrolment. Module featured this week: Online Learning The Online…

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English Conversation Group

Practice your English skills and meet new friends in our online English Conversation Group! Classes are small and you will learn while having fun. This event is intended for EAL learners who can speak English in short sentences. ECG events will take place every Tuesday and Thursday (2:00PM-3:00PM) for three weeks, beginning February 1. Classes are limited to ten participants only….

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Weekly Review Workshops – Business Administration & Applied Accounting

Review workshops provide students weekly opportunities to review and practice new course material under the guidance of a professional ASC tutor. Starting tomorrow, Mike Reimer and Chani Singh will be delivering two review workshops per week for each of the following courses via Webex: Term 1:  Accounting Fundamentals (ACCT-1071) Business Mathematics (MATH-1078) Term 2:  Managerial Accounting (ACCT-1074) Financial Mathematics (MATH-2078)…

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February is Black History Month

February is Black History Month. We want to invite you to take this opportunity to honor the legacy, achievements, and contributions of Black Canadians and communities. They have helped make Canada the culturally diverse, compassionate, and prosperous nation it is today. In celebrating Black Canadian history, we recognize we still have much work to do in creating safe and equitable…

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SES What’s Happening

Student Employment Services offers students and recent graduates’ assistance with job search strategies, cover letter and résumé writing, interview preparation, employment application forms, informational interviews and current labour market information. Student Employment Services provides personalized support and direction to students and recent graduates seeking summer, part-time, full-time and temporary employment. Get the latest announcements on employment events and resources by…

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Do you need a co-op work permit?

International students who are undertaking any kind of field education (co-op work experience or internship), regardless of length and compensation, must have a valid co-op work permit.   The processing time on a co-op work permit application can be lengthy. You can follow the instructions here to prepare your application and submit it as early as you can.   If…

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Peer Coaching for New Students

If you are a new student to the College, online Peer Coaching is just the support for you! Peer Coaches are experienced students (and Peer Tutors) who have completed additional training to help ease the transition to college for new students. Peer Coaches meet with students to: Share tips on how to be successful in college. Share study strategies and…

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