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Upcoming Events & Workshops
The Language & Culture Centre (Fennell Campus, Room J137) hosts a number of International student workshops and social and cultural
events throughout each term. Please see below for our latest events and workshops for more details.
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International Students Appreciation Dinner
Every other Wednesday – Fennell Room J137 (Language & Culture Centre)
Coffee club is a fun sociable, easy way to meet new people and make new friends. Come and join the conversation. Complimentary beverages and snacks are served.
Volunteering is a great way to build you resume and be job-ready. The Language & Culture Centre offers students valuable volunteer experience opportunities. Through our cultural events and workshops, you can gain the experience you need to build your Co-Curricular Record.
Looking to volunteer? Email internationalvolunteer [at] mohawkcollege.ca to sign up and learn about our upcoming opportunities.
Offered as a part of our STUDENT CONNECT program, a Peer Mentor is a Mohawk student who has volunteered to help welcome and support new international students as they arrive and adjust to life and school at Mohawk.
Enjoy a 3-5 week interactive program that will encourage you to learn and practice English while exploring nearby attractions like Toronto, Niagara Falls, Canada’s Wonderland, Indigenous and local cultural activities and more!
The program offers a perfect mix of language, culture and activities that will allow you to make new friends from all over the world while improving your English skills. This program is run in partnership with the Centre Linguistique de Jonquière, as part of the Explore Program.
International Permit Presentation
Approximately once each semester, join us to learn about the different student permits you may need during your studies at Mohawk College. A brief overview of the application processes, how to apply and common questions will be reviewed. We will also cover the new CIC rules surrounding Post-Graduate Work Permits (PGWP) and other topics.