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New director appointed to Collège Boréal’s Timmins campus

Mélanie Dufresne started in role on Aug. 26
Mélanie Dufresne is the new director at Collège Boréal’s Timmins campus. (Supplied photo)

The Timmins campus of Collège Boréal has a new director.

Mélanie Dufresne has been appointed to the position, which she started on Aug. 26.

Dufresne has worked at Collège Boréal since 2009. In her previous position as manager of post-secondary programs, she was responsible for academic management of programs and services offered in Timmins.

Previously, she worked as a regional communications planner for northeastern Ontario in the Ministry of Natural Resources.

Collège Boréal – with campuses in Sudbury, Timmins, Hearst, Kapuskasing, West Nipissing, and Toronto – is the province’s only French-language college and consistently ranks in the top spots, among Ontario colleges, for graduate satisfaction and graduation rate.

The Timmins campus, which has been in operation since 2009, offers various programs in the fields of business, social and health sciences, and trades.