Keep the kids busy during spring break with a guided visit of the radio and television studios of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, complete with a demonstration of sound effects and a tour of the scenery and the prop areas. The fun continues for the kids (and the parents!) with a radio workshop in a real studio where each participant will serve as a producer, host, technician or commentator and create a radio program. The tour and workshop are targeted to children between the ages of 9 and 12. Space is limited.
The McGill Toastmasters Club, experts on the subject of public presentations, will offer some tips, ideas and principles, all designed to give you the confidence you need to get up behind a podium and speak your mind. Join us and find out how you can make a lasting impression on your listeners.
Join Patricia Lovett-Reid for a discussion of her latest book, Surprise! You're Wealthy. It's a step-by-step approach to financial planning from a female perspective. From investor behaviour to estate planning, learn how to build a smart portfolio. Patricia will provide you with the knowledge and confidence to build your financial future with a sound foundation.
Behind every great university are the graduates who support it! The 2003 McGill Regional Volunteer Phonathon needs your help. Sign up now for this special annual tradition. More than 200 volunteers are needed for three evenings of fun, food, prizes and phone calls: Tuesday, March 11, Wednesday, March 12, and Tuesday, March 18. Together we shape the University's future. Hope to see you there!
Dr Marie-Rose Van Calsteren, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada. Chair: Dr James Coulton