FLCC Victor Campus Center Event

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Event Details

Facility Tour / Presentation

October 10, 2016 12:00pm - 2:00pm

200 Victor Heights Pkwy
Victor, NY 14564

"Discover FLCC Victor Campus"
Area high schools students, parents and staff along with the broader community are invited to this Columbus Day event from noon to 2 pm.
Listen to an Alumni panel, true testimonial of where they started and where they are now. Chat with faculty and staff, learn all about the process of becoming an FLCC student, watch a drone demonstration provided by the Engineering Technology club while enjoying a picnic lunch (provided). Tour the campus and Discover your future through the following majors:

* Engineering Science
* Mechanical Technology
* Architectural Technology and Building Sciences
* Instrumentation and Control Technologies
http://www.flcc.edu/ICTech https://twitter.com/DrSamSamanta
* Information Technology (Networking & Security)

You won't want to miss it!
RSVP today!
victor@flcc.edu or call us 585-785-1100
Location Information:
Victor Campus Center (View Map)
200 Victor Heights Parkway
Victor, NY 14564
United States
Phone: (585)785-1100
Contact Information:
Name: Krista Schlenker
Phone: 585-785-1100
Email: victor@flcc.edu

Can't make it on October 10th?
Contact Sam.Samanta@flcc.edu for visits on other days/times.

For More Event Information
Sam Samanta or Krista Schlenker
585 785 1105 or 585 785 1100

About FLCC Victor Campus Center

FLCC Victor Campus Center, situated in a high-tech business corridor, helps grow the regional high-tech ecosystem through training and educating students in technical and engineering areas. http://www.flcc.edu/victor/programs.cfm Our One-Stop-Specialist Krista Schlenker victor@flcc.edu can help take care of functions of all other main-campus offices providing services for students. ********************************************* Through our ICTech program (http://www.flcc.edu/academics/instrumentation/index.cfm) students start paid co-op, sometimes as early as first semester, and continue working through rest of their studies since the core technology classes are scheduled in the evening and on Saturdays; hence, well before graduation the majority of the students are employed in diverse businesses spanning the greater Rochester Finger Lakes high-tech ecosystem. https://twitter.com/DrSamSamanta