Open House 2012
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Camosun opens its doors
May 4, 2012
Over 1500 high school students, representing 16 different high schools, arrived on the Interurban campus early Thursday morning, some coming from as far north as Chemainus and Lake Cowichan.
Visitors welded and hammered and built one-string electric guitars and pedaled for power and operated a crane. They did puzzles and guessing games and science experiments and planted seedlings and fired compressed air rockets…and so much more! They listened to music, learned about health care careers, found out math can be fun, cut steel with a plasma arc cutter, played biology bingo and pipe bowling, learned to read blueprints, and helped celebrate Camosun's Aboriginal Education's 20th anniversary with bannock, Cowichan knitters, art and a Traditional Medicine workshop.
To sum it up, they had a lot of fun while learning about Camosun’s programs and the many careers open to Camosun grads.
Congratulations to all our Open House prize winners
- Kristin Kane from Mount Doug
iPhone 4 winner - donated by TELUS
- Kyra Tom from Victoria High School
Carpentry's Nail Driving Contest - iPod Shuffle winner
- Jacob Scully from Spectrum Community School
School of Business winners
- iPod Nano: Bowen Wu, grade 11 from Stelly’s Secondary
- $50 Visa prepaid gift card: Meghan King, grade 10 from Parkland Secondary
- $50 Visa prepaid gift card: Ryan Tate, grade 10 from Francis Kelsey
Last updated: March 27, 2013 9:36 am