Networking Cocktail | West Island College – Developing Tomorrow’s Leaders

Wednesday, March 29th, 2017 | 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm

851 rue Tecumseh, Dollard-des-Ormeaux, QC H9B 2L2 (Studio Room)
Members | $20 plus taxes 
Non-Members | $40 plus taxes

On the Agenda
Brief Presentation by Headmaster and Educational Speaker: Michel Lafrance - Headmaster of West Island College and President of QAIS (Quebec Association of Independent Schools).

Followed by a brief testimonial on a member of the West Island College Alumni,  Joel Erickson (class of 1990), Executive Vice President at Ashfield Healthcare Canada on: What it takes to be a leader in today's business world. 

Topic: Developing Tomorrow's Leaders

Michel LafranceRHead of School | Speaker | Passion for Leadership | Innovation | Managing Change

After 23 years in education, Michel Lafrance is committed to improving education for youth and to the growth of faculty and staff by providing experiences based on the pursuit of individual and organizational excellence.  His goal is to ensure that innovative and creative leadership inspire others and drive change.

 

 Also on the agenda:  A Food and Wine Pairing


REGISTER NOW
To register, please contact Natacha Forté at 514-697-4228 x 5501 or at nforte@wimcc.ca.

Places are limited to the event. Your registration must be paid in full before the day of the event. Refunds may be provided if cancelation of registration has been done at least two business days before the event. Non-Members may only attend one (1) Networking Lunch per event year (September 2016 to June 2017).


ABOUT WEST ISLAND COLLEGE
West Island College is two schools under the same roof: an entirely French school and an English school with a French immersion program.Both schools are co-ed, independent, secondary schools offering enriched studies in French and English, leading to a D.E.S and recognized by the MELS.

Their mission is to provide an innovative learning culture in a bilingual environment, in which each student develops the skills necessary to excel in post-secondary education and in life.