Please join us for a Lunch and Learn: Conversation with the Artist and Programmer – Brian Williams.
Brian Williams, both artist and programmer, has an exhibit of mysterious “dreamscape” oil on aluminum paintings at the Fisher Art Gallery – located on the second level of the Schlesinger Center. Join us for this fun, inspiring and informal event. You’ll get the chance to meet Brian and talk to him about his creative process. – Why Aluminum?
Date: Thursday, 18 June 2015 Time: Noon – 1:00 p.m. Location: Margaret W Fisher Art Gallery on the Second Level of theSchlesinger Center (AS)
Bring your lunch. We’ll supply beverages and desert. We’ll meet on the second level of the Center
Take the first step toward your dream of college and career success! What is NOVA’s Adult Career Pathways Program? ACP is a FREE program designed to support the unique needs of adult students at NOVA. Participants receive ongoing support and guidance from an ACP Counselor through each step of the college experience, from Application to Graduation.
Join us at the Open House to learn about:
• services offered by the ACP program,
• the college application process,
• applying for grants and scholarships,
• foreign degree evaluation,
• preparing for placement tests,
• NOVA degrees/certificates and partner workforce training programs,
• Academic counseling services and more…
*Those that register in advance and attend are eligible to win a scholarship! Register: Please register in advance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 703-425-5245.
Date: Wednesday, June 10, 2015 Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm Location: AL Campus Bisdorf Building
Parking: Free for attendees – Lots B12, B13, & B14
Dinner: Light refreshments will be served
Childcare will be provided
Need More Information? To learn more about the event or the ACP program, call 703-425-5245, email email@example.com, or check out our web pages at (link to www.nvcc.edu/acp).