September 28 was a day to celebrate the importance of learning languages and the Bac program was present! At the annual Congress of the Association of Teachers of French in Saskatchewan, 22 Bac pre-interns could hasten their employability process, having had the opportunity to participate fully in the activities of the provincial congress during their EDAC (parallel to PLACE initiative with our colleagues from the Faculty’s English programs). This participation was organized by Prof. Jean Dufresne, in collaboration with Prof. Claire St. Cyr Power who sits on the Administrative Council of SATF/APFS . All team members were also there to support both our students and the SATF/APFS!
Beaulieu-Prpick, L., & Carlson Berg, L. ( 2015, September). Benefits of Master’s Degree to Professional Development. Workshop presented in the context of Congress APFS 2015, Moose Jaw, SK .
On September 17 and 18, Dr. Marie Lace Brogden, with the participation of consultants called ” North ” – Gisèle Rivard and Ms. Janie Generous – facilitated the internship seminar in Saskatoon. This training allows co-op students and Bac students working in Saskatoon and Prince Albert to prepare well for intensive courses in French.