WUSC Multi-Culture Party 2019

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    Multi-Culture Party
    Poster courtesy of WUSC Sault College
    When:
    March 22, 2019 @ 8:00 pm – 1:00 am
    2019-03-22T20:00:00-04:00
    2019-03-22T01:00:00-04:00
    Where:
    Sault College - ODENO
    443 Northern Ave
    Sault Ste. Marie, ON P6B 4J3
    Canada
    Cost:
    $5 for Sault College & Algoma U students, $10 for Non-students

    Welcome to the Biggest WUSC SC event of the year the Multi-Culture Party 2019!

    World University Service of Canada (WUSC) Sault College Local Committee is hosting a Multi Culture Party! Taking place at Odeno at Sault College from 8 p.m. until 1 a.m., this event is open to all and promises to be an exciting evening of culture and celebration!

    Guests will experience 5 live performances by different cultures including:
    Canadian, Chinese, Indian, Indigenous, and Syrian
    8PM – 10:30PM

    After the performances, multicultural food will be served from 10:30 -11:30 p.m.

    Guests will also have the opportunity for free dance and song requests!

    All proceeds from this event will go towards supporting the Student Refugee Program and our Refugee student who will arrive next August. This year, WUSC Local Committee at Sault College is sponsoring one new student and have several more currently living in Sault Ste. Marie community, who are still involved in our local committee here at Sault College!

    Join us to enjoy and celebrate and enjoy our diversity in SSM!

    TICKETS
    5$ for Sault College and Algoma U students
    10$ for Non-students

    The tickets are available and on sale at SCSU (Sault College Students’ Union) office, or by contacting our Facebook page.

    About WUSC Sault College:

    WUSC Local Committees are collaborative, campus-based groups of students, faculty, staff and alumni who share our vision of a more inclusive, equitable and sustainable world,

    WUSC strives for “a better world tomorrow … [by] partner[ing] with a diverse network to support solutions for greater youth inclusion. We remove barriers to education and employment [to] provide space for youth to become empowered leaders”. Specifically, at Sault College our main focus is on the WUSC Student Refugee Program (SRP); “The Student Refugee Program (SRP) is the only one of its kind to combine resettlement with opportunities for higher education. Launched in 1978 with the placement of one student at Carleton University, the program has since grown to support over 130 students per year through active partnerships with over 80 campuses” including Sault College.

    Currently we are sponsoring one new student this year and have several more currently living in the Sault Ste. Marie community! and who are still involved in our local committee here at Sault College as well as sponsored students with Algoma University who also frequently collaborate with our committee!

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