Youth organisations, employers and charities came from far and wide last week to speak to students at the College of Haringey, Enfield and North East Londonâ€™s Freshersâ€™ Fair.
The Fair, which is held at both the Tottenham and Enfield centres, is the perfect occasion for learners to see what social, sports, voluntary, employment and training opportunities are available within the College and in the local area.
Stall holders ranged from Barclay’s Bank to The Duke of Edinburgh who spent the morning speaking to students and handing out information.
Level 2 Beauty Therapy student, Rochelle Culling, found the Fair extremely interesting after speaking to several organisations including the Army and NHS. She said: “I’ve spoken to a few people today and found it really useful. I’ve enquired about volunteering during my studies and also found out about healthy eating so it’s been good.”
Enrichment Manager, Anthony Robinson, said: “The Freshers’ Fair is a great time for new students to come together, find out about our services and get a feel for college life.
“We’re really pleased with the turnout this year and are looking forward to offering more enrichment activities throughout the year.”
- Last Updated: 04 October 2012