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In today's busy world, there is a need to develop and graduate candidates who have the skills businesses are looking for in employees on day one of the job. A higher education can quite often be the key to unlocking the potential for success that is stored in all of us. Men and women, both young and old, have the opportunity to advance their lives through the career education programs provided at the Hamilton Mountain campus.
Students find learning to be more fun and easier when a professional campus staff is there for support in every step of a student's educational journey. The Hamilton Mountain campus provides an entire team of people who are committed to helping students reach their educational goals.
To learn more about the programs, program start dates and other services offered at the Hamilton Mountain campus, drop by our location and ask to speak with a representative.
Changing peoples’ lives through career education along with community involvement is a hallmark of every Everest institution. We also believe that campus staff members and caring students making a positive impact on the community is the right thing to do. Some of the ways students and faculty members plan to participate in the community include:
Student Ambassador Program
Student ambassadors at the Hamilton Mountain campus provide peer-to-peer support through the Student Services network. As a result, students involved in the program are motivated, given needed support, recognized for their efforts, and made to feel appreciated in their efforts to excel.
Student and campus staff members are also encourage to take part in events that support the community whenever possible.
The John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport on the Hamilton Mountain at Mount Hope is nearby. Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum, located at the Hamilton International Airport, is a remarkable collection of vintage aircraft. Volunteers are happy to spend time telling personal stories of World War II missions and their own unique experiences.
The Hamilton campus has parking for those driving to and from school. If taking public transportation, check with schedules and routes at the Hamilton GO Centre, GO Transit.
ADDRESS & PHONE NUMBER:
1039 Upper James Street
Hamilton, ON L9C 3A7
Phone: (905) 387-5214
Fax: (905) 575-7742
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