Online Support Services and Activities to keep CultureWorks students connected and informed.
Just because are students aren’t currently on campus doesn’t mean we have forgotten about them. We have set up a number of support services and social activities to keep students feeling connected. Here is just some of what we have been doing.
Weekly Surveys: We send out short surveys to help us to understand how best to serve our students. The information gathered determines the free workshops we offer. Our number one concern is our students. We care about what they think and how they feel. We are here to help.
University Questions: We make sure our students never miss a step. Our Virtual chats with our Registrar & our University Partners are a chance to ask any university related questions: What happens when a student graduates from CultureWorks? Who will help make sure all their paperwork in order?
Immigration Services: Worried about Study Permits & Entry Visas? Don’t be. We hold Zoom meetings with an Immigration Consultant to make sure that our students have all their important Immigration documentation in order to transition to university.
Health Insurance: We make sure our students have the best medical insurance available. We can also help with submitting claims and answering questions.
Drop-In Question & Answer: Weekly class drop-in sessions give students an opportunity to ask a question they may have on their mind.
Virtual Social Activities
Every week we offer a series of fun activities. It is a wonderful opportunity for students to socialize outside of the classroom. It is also a wonderful way to meet other CultureWorks students from various Levels. All students are invited to join. We are adding new activities often
Learn to Draw
Join us for a fun virtual drawing class (no experience needed)
This classic game is fun and interactive
A chance for students to sing their heart out
Each week we will pick a different animal to add to our origami zoo
How well do you know Canada?
The Great Paper Airplane Challenge
All students will watch the same video and try to replicate the paper airplane. How will they fly?