"I'm very grateful to have won Collège de l'Île's contest. With this $2,000 credit I won't have to go into as much debt to pay for my postsecondary education. I'm paying for school myself," Allyson noted.
The programs offered at Collège de l'Île are all in areas where Island employers are seeking qualified employees and they represent one of the best investments you can make to improve your long-term quality of life.
For those thinking about a postsecondary education, Collège de l'Île will be offering the following programs this September: Bilingual Administrative Assistant, Early Childhood Educator and Assistant (part-time), Human Services, Resident Care Worker, Youth Worker and Welding. The Practical Nursing program starts in January 2016.
Collège de l'Île is the only postsecondary French-language institution in Prince Edward Island. With three learning centres in DeBlois, Wellington and Charlottetown, the College offers regular programs, customized training and training based on labour market needs. It offers a stimulating, student-focused learning environment that uses cutting-edge technology.
Photo: Allyson Arsenault receives her prize from Collège de l'Île registrar Christine Arsenault.
For more information :
902.854.3010, poste 222