Learners at the College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London settled into College life last week when they attended the College Freshersâ€™ Fair.
Attended by a host of organisations including a high street bank and media production company, Freshers got all the information and support they need to progress smoothly throughout the year – as well as, vital Career information, for life after College.
Stalls were available to give advice on enrichment activities, such as the Students’ Union and Mentoring Service, which offers learners the opportunity to volunteer, or seek advice, guidance and motivational support in succeeding at College.
Sports organisations also attended to offer students the opportunity to sign up to sports clubs, and charity organisations offered advice on lifestyle, safety and drugs awareness.
Health and Social Care student, Emmanuel Acheampong, said: “The Fair has been very informative and a great opportunity to meet students on other courses.”
Jane O’Neill, Vice Principal for Curriculum and Learner Experience, said: “The annual Freshers’ Fair is a chance for students to get up-to-date information on extra curricular activities at the College and in the local area. This year we had a particularly good response from students and I hope the information they received helps them get the most out of their time at the College.”
- Last Updated: 05 October 2011