How to get into Grad school?

Are you curious about continuing your education after high school? October 29th, the ACMP will be hosting a follow-up event to its first community program: an online forum discussing how to get into graduate school. Similar to the first event, this session will be an open discussion where attendees will be able to interact and ask questions about the best way to prepare for a postgraduate education.

This event is a continuation of ACMP’s initiatives to make Afro-Caribbean Black (ACB) high school, undergraduate, and graduate students’ experiences positive while encouraging them to be confident members of the broader Ottawa community, and beyond.

Our October event will include members of the ACMP team, graduate students from Carleton University and the University of Ottawa, as well as members of the ACB academic community.

Come join us! More information and registration, here:

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