The Fonds de recherche du Québec – Nature et technologies (FRQNT) Award – 2 Winners from John Abbott College

First year students Zoë Deskin and David Toharia have each been selected to receive a $5000 summer internship award from the Fonds de recherche du Québec – Nature et technologies (FRQNT). Zoë is an Arts and Sciences student with an interest in conservation ecology and environmental science. This award will allow her to work in Professor Jacqueline Bede’s laboratory at McGill University (Macdonald Campus) for 10 weeks this summer on: Plant-... Continue Reading.

Details for JAC Foundation tournament

Here is everything you need to know for the perfect Foundation golf tournament: …forecast – sunny & 25 degrees… Ever been tempted to get a 4K Ultra-high-definition 50” TV? How about an original Helmut Langeder painting or a classic Tony Harris print? Are Oakley sunglasses or AKG Tiesto Headphones in your future to help you get “into the zone”? Check out these items and so much more at the JAC Foundation tournament on June 12. D... Continue Reading.

New information about the Alumni Survey for JAC Pre-University Program Graduates

Calling on all JAC Pre-University Grads from Summer / Fall 2016 and Winter 2017. A short John Abbott College Pre-University Alumni Survey was recently sent to you by email via Survey Monkey. If you have received it, we would ask that you respond as soon as possible as it will only be open for a few weeks. We may not have had your correct email, so we also sent a letter to your home. Please click here to complete the survey with the password that ... Continue Reading.

New information about the Alumni Survey for JAC Career Program Graduates

Calling on all JAC Career Grads from Summer / Fall 2016 and Winter 2017. A short John Abbott College Career Program Alumni Survey was recently sent to you by email via Survey Monkey. If you have received it, we would ask that you respond as soon as possible as it will only be open for a few weeks. We may not have had your correct email, so we also sent a letter to your home. Please click here to complete the survey with the password that was prov... Continue Reading.

CCAA AND JOHN ABBOTT RECOGNIZE A PILLAR OF THE SPORTS WORLD

Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC – April 26, 2018 – A pillar of society is described by the Collins Dictionary as: A person who is universally respected- reliable-decent and hardworking…often engaging in voluntary work and taking up worthy causes who neighbors and the community have high regard and esteem for. Glenn Ruiter is that person. Ruiter has recently been recognized by two institutions for his dedication and diligence in the world of col... Continue Reading.

LOONIE LINE AT ABBOTT WOWS EVERYONE!

Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC – March 28, 2018 – The John Abbott College campus took on a remarkable look and feel yesterday, raising $17,951 for the Student Assistance Fund. Students and staff jumped in to the annual fundraiser, started in 2003, where loonies are stuck to two-sided tape that runs the length of College – almost 266 m (850 ft)! Everyone can use some help occasionally and if that means helping a student stay in school, the Assi... Continue Reading.

FAEQ and Les Canadiens de Montréal Present Scholarships: Two Lady Islanders

Audrey Gervais, Social Science student at John Abbott College and 2018 recruit Andriana Calderone, are among the 28 student athletes who received scholarships from the Montreal Canadians and la Fondation de l’athlète d’excellence (FAEQ) on Wednesday, February 28. Scholarship recipients are selected for their academic standing as well at their talent on the ice. Picture: courtesy of FAEQ – Fondation de l’athlète d’... Continue Reading.

Agency Expo 2018

Wednesday, February 28, 2018 – The biggest real Estate Agency Expo held on campus welcomed ten agencies yesterday. The graduates of the Real Estate program met and interviewed with industry representatives. According to Sylvie Boucher, Program Coordinator: ” Our Real Estate graduates have a chance to meet and pitch themselves as potential brokers. For the agencies, John Abbott College is a prime source of mature, talented, enthusiasti... Continue Reading.

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGIES STUDENTS SHOW THEIR STUFF

Wednesday, February 21 — Engineering Technologies students showed off their original projects. This was a rare chance to see the projects graduating students having been working on. The projects reflected the different topics in the program and put the focus on our students’ innovation. Strong, motivated students keen to share their passion, talked about their projects to school mates, staff and reporters. On hand we had a remote controll... Continue Reading.