Montreal, March 14, 2018 - In the wake of its first anniversary, the ChallengeU team will travel to the four corners of the province to help Quebeckers discover that it is now possible to resume high school without going to class.
The spokespersons of this tour Steve Bégin, former player of the Montreal Canadiens and Adamo, the big winner of Occupation Double Bali, will unite to inspire and motivate as many young adults as possible on the importance of obtaining a diploma in 'secondary studies. barely a year after its launch, ChallengeU has allowed over 6,000 students to return to high school through the Internet for free, and that 80% of them have passed their ministry exams.
People who wish to return to high school or who know someone who would like to do so are invited to attend a free information session organized as part of the ChallengeU Tour. They will be able to meet Steve Bégin and Adamo to discuss the challenge of going back to school and learn about the benefits that ChallengeU can offer them.
Four regions will be visited:
Capitale-Nationale: Quebec, Tuesday April 10, Delta Hotel
Mauricie: Trois-Rivières, Wednesday April 11, Delta Hotel
Estrie: Sherbrooke, Thursday April 19, Delta Hotel
Outaouais: Gatineau, Thursday April 26, Hotel Best Western Plus
The events will be held from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Spokespersons proud to share their experiences
" Without ChallengeU, I would never have considered finishing high school at 39. Despite my busy life, I can study anywhere and anytime. I am proud to have had the courage to resume my studies. This is why today, I am eager to meet people who, like me, want to go back to school, in order to share my experience, ”says Steve Bégin.
Adamo Marinacci, winner of Occupation Double Bali, will also be on the tour to share his experiences. The latter wishes to inspire young people who, like him, have encountered difficulties in their secondary studies.
Each route being different, the spokespersons of the tour ChallengeU wish to give hope to all future hang-ups!
The ChallengeU team on site
ChallengeU is also a team of teachers, motivators and career advisers who support and guide students throughout their career. Several members of the team will travel with the tour to answer questions concerning the operation of the platform, registration, choice of courses and teacher support.
“We are committed to academic success and find it important to travel to the major regions of Quebec in order to present our interactive platform. Participants will be able to listen to testimonials from Steve, Adamo and ChallengeU students, test the platform in real time, receive advice from professionals to register on site. Our goal is to encourage them to take action. »Nicolas P. Arsenault, CEO of ChallengeU.
In addition, the following prizes will be offered in each city on the tour:
- A #22 Habs jersey, autographed by Steve Bégin
- 2 photos autographed by Georges St-Pierre, also Ambassador of ChallengeU
- A private meeting with Steve Bégin and Adamo for two people