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Centennial College - Progress Campus
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Transitioning to #college means entering a time of change. Speaking of change, that transition can also be difficult for your bank account. Depending on your life experience, there’s a chance that College is the first time you’ve been financially independent, and have to worry about a lot of purchases. There’s an opportunity to learn more about #money (outside of taking one of our #business or #accounting programs) but you also have to be careful not to wreck your finances before you get a chance to have any. Here are some common mistakes, and how you can avoid them.
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If you’re a foodie, or a chef, and you want to share #food with the world, then a #career in food #media might be your culinary calling.
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There’s a lot going on behind the scenes of the #cooking shows you love to watch. Let’s pull back the curtain a bit. #food #tv #secret #education
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When working in Community and #justice services, there’s always a chance you could run into one of Canada’s stranger laws, as we certainly have a lot of them.
Here are some of the country’s strangest. #law #college #career
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When you sit down for a good meal at a great restaurant, you’re probably mostly paying attention to the #food. That’s the goal, but there’s more going on than you think, and making a restaurant functional, popular and successful takes a lot of hidden skills and talents. You can learn for yourself in our Culinary Management program, taught in our kitchen labs and teaching restaurant at our Culinary Arts Centre, and augmented with a 14-week field placement. The program teaches you both how to cook, and gives you the leadership skills to manage others who cook, and business skills to let you dig into the numbers of the restaurant business.
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Music Industry Arts and Performance at Centennial College is a unique opportunity for students who want to turn a passion for music into a career and prepares you for a wide variety of music-related careers.
An exceptional program demands exceptional students, like João Thiré, who came all the way from Brazil for the program. Already an accomplished audio engineer, João took home a Latin Grammy Award for Best Samba/Pagode Album, as the recording and mixing engineer on the album “+Misturado” by Mart’nalia in 2017. So why would a literal Grammy-award-winner come all the way to Canada for this program? Here’s his story.
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Here are some common questions I’ve gotten from students curious about #joutnalism today, along with answers from my own experience. #college #career
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If you want to be prepared to enter the modern field of Journalism, Centennial College can prepare you for it with the Contemporary Journalism program. It’s a three-semester post-graduate program for experienced students, designed to better equip them for modern journalism. Technology has always changed journalism, which is why a program like this, which emphasizes the new tools, trends and directions in journalism is essential for any budding reporter looking to stay on the cutting edge.

The program equips you to deal with all of these emerging realities, and teaches you entrepreneurial and professional practice elements through a field placement, where you’ll have the opportunity to demonstrate and refine your skills in a real-world environment. Here’s what’s coming in the world of journalism, and how the program will prepare you for it.
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To learn, live, and work today, you need to be doing your business on a computer or mobile device. And because so much sensitive personal information, including banking info and credit cards, inevitably ends up on that computer, it’s important to keep that data secure.
If you’ve been using computers and the internet for long enough, you probably already know about most of the basic cybersecurity tips, like having a strong password, and not trusting suspicious emails, (here’s a few, if you haven’t). But there’s also a lot of common mistakes that even cyber-savvy people make.
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