Staff News (Communiqué)

(Aug 30, 2014) -

The first official College Rec event of the season kicked off Thursday evening at the Neebing Roadhouse. Members and their guests took in the sunshine and warm temperatures on the patio while enjoying lots of tasty appetizers and some beach volleyball. A great big thank you to the staff at the Neebing Roadhouse who did such an excellent job at accommodating our group. 

A big warm welcome to all the new members who came out last night. We look forward to seeing you out at our future events.

Stay tuned for more information on the College Rec golf tournament taking place on September 28th at Emerald Greens ...

(Aug 29, 2014) -

Please enjoy the final installment of the Summer Student Employee miniseries, today featuring summer students: Wayne St. Germain, Amber Butler and Mitchell Ross. Thank you to all of our summer students for the amazing work you did this season!!

(Aug 29, 2014, Thunder Bay) -

Orientation 2014 is Sept. 2nd & 3rd and students are beginning to flow into Thunder Bay and into Confederation. 

All the details regarding Orientation 2014 can be found at: 

www.confederationc.on.ca/orientation 
Reminder for Staff: don't forget to wear your name tags and your green orientation shirt if you have one.

(Aug 28, 2014) -

Please enjoy the next installment of the Summer Student Employee miniseries, today featuring summer students: Alanna Piksiades, Daniel Duke and Brittany Favot.

(Aug 28, 2014) -

The Strategic Plan Work Group 1.4 whose mandate is to expand support to employees and learners to facilitate learner success”, is proud to announce a new and exciting PD opportunity beginning this September. The Facilitating Student Success Certificate will consist of a series of workshops that will be open to all Confederation College employees.

To REGISTER, for MORE INFORMATION & COURSE DESCRIPTIONS ... 

(Aug 28, 2014) -

The response to the Ombuds Annual Report to the College for 2012/13 is now available on the College website:

 Download College Response to Ombuds Report 2012/13 (315kb)

(Aug 27, 2014) -

Socializing has many benefits for your health and wellness. It not only helps with the work/life balance aspect, but also can help in the success of your career. Kerry Patterson, co-author of The New York Times best-seller "Influencer," notes that people who are successful in their careers share a common quality: They're well-connected to a variety of people throughout the organization. 

How do they get connected? "Much of what takes place in companies is done through the informal social network," Patterson says. 

Some key reasons to socialize with co-workers include: