Collège Boréal’s Prix de la francophonie Awarded in Toronto

Collège Boréal’s Prix de la francophonie Awarded in Toronto

Carline Zamar, Community Liaison Officer at Collège Boréal’s Toronto campus, was awarded the institution’s annual Prix de la francophonie today as part of theSemaine nationale de la francophonie (National Francophonie Week).

Other than the Excellence Awards given out annually to staff members, Collège Boréal also awards the Prix de la francophonie each year to an employee who contributes to the Francophone movement because of his or her beliefs, determination, and efforts. Recipients are leaders who contribute to the development and vitality of the Francophone community.

Down to earth, creative, and respectful of others, Carline is always willing to lend a hand. As a trained actress, she often plays the role of master of ceremony for local Francophone events in Toronto including the commemorative evening of Black History Month, the annual gala of the Association des femmes d’affaires francophones (Francophone Business Women’s Association), as well as the annual gala of the Pierspective Entraide Humanitaire in Haiti.

Quotes

“Sincere congratulations go out to Carline Zamar. She has devoted herself to the French-speaking community of Toronto for a number of years. Her contribution to the development of our Francophone community makes her a role model for one and all.”

Pierre Riopel, President, Collège Boréal

“Carline is a ray of sunshine and a valued member of the Boréal family in Toronto. She is, without a doubt, the quintessential ambassador of our institution as she truly embodies Collège Boréal’s values: Excellence, Humanism, Inclusion, Innovation, and Respect. ”

Sylvie Beauvais, Associate Vice-President, Central Southwest

Quick facts

Established in 1995, Collège Boréal is a French-language postsecondary training and learning institution dedicated to the development and growth of French communities throughout the province.

Since 1995, over 113,380 clients across Ontario have benefited from College Boréal’s expertise relating to postsecondary education, training programs, services for immigrants, and services pertaining to employability. Collège Boréal offers a wide variety of services in 35 access centres in 25 communities across the province. Furthermore, Collège Boréal has developed and implemented over 40 articulation agreements with other postsecondary institutions.

According to the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities, Collège Boréal has the highest graduation and graduate satisfaction rates in the province. Moreover, 100% of surveyed employers would recommend hiring Collège Boréal graduates!

Collège Boréal – 20 years at the heart of your community!

Associated Links

To find out more about Collège Boréal programs and services, please visit our website at www.collegeboreal.caand follow us on Facebook and Twitter @collegeboreal.

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