Cameron University will host a special come-and-go session at the CU-Duncan campus offering academic information and advisement for displaced workers in the Duncan community on Tuesday, April 21 from 9 a.m. - 7 p.m. Attendees can learn about career training, opportunities in higher education, and more. Advisors from academic departments, including criminal justice, allied health, business, medical technology, alternative certification and numerous other fields will be available to meet one-on-one with those interested in pursuing a new or enhanced career path. No appointment is necessary.
"Cameron University has enjoyed the support of the Duncan community for decades, and now, as that community is experiencing first-hand the harsh realities of the economic downturn, we want to demonstrate our support of the citizens of Duncan by offering this opportunity to explore higher education," says Dr. Sylvia Burgess, Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs. "We welcome anyone who would like to investigate the opportunities available."
CU-Duncan is located at 3100 West Bois D'Arc. For more information, contact CU Duncan at 877-282-3826.
April 14, 2009