Pan Am Games, a once-in-a-lifetime chance for students
By Canadian SecurityNews Campus Pan Am Games sheridan sheridan college
Sheridan students are pitching in to contribute their services to Toronto’s biggest sporting event, the 2015 Pan Am Games. What makes it important for Michael Near, a second-year Investigations student, is “the fact that you get to work at an international event but also locally. It’s a really fascinating opportunity that I’m looking forward to.”
Gary Galbraith, program co-ordinator for Emergency Management and Investigation: Public and Private, was approached by Contemporary Security Canada to fill positions for security guards at the upcoming international sporting event.
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