Lethbridge College's Advancement team is dedicated to the continued growth and stability of the college.
We work with governments, donors, alumni, volunteers, and communities throughout southern Alberta to create funding and partnership opportunities that advance our priorities and ensure our students are equipped for what happens next.
Government, Business and Industry
At Lethbridge College, we are fortunate to have a long and rich history of strong partnerships with industry and communities across southern Albertan. These relationships are crucial to ensuring we continue to produce graduates that have the skills to meet the needs of business and industry and power future economic growth.
Our advancement team works tirelessly to promote Lethbridge College's priorities with members of the municipal, provincial, and federal governments to build and maintain awareness of the important role Lethbridge College and our partners play on the regional and international stage.
We work extensively to align the efforts of diverse industries, researchers, and intermediary institutions to build strategic partnerships and support the development of industry superclusters that reflect Canadian excellence and world-class leadership.
If you are interested in exploring partnership opportunities with Lethbridge College, please contact us.
Pathways to Postsecondary Education
As a Comprehensive Community College (CCC), Lethbridge College plays a stewardship role for the roughly 178,000 adult learners within southern Alberta, working to enhance their access to our programs and services. Our focus on forming Community Advisory Councils, comprised of representatives from key stakeholder groups within a community who provide input and advice on community access to postsecondary education, is fundamental to fulfilling our stewardship mandate. We aspire to create a network of Community Advisory Councils across our region to facilitate clear educational pathways for learners. The decision to develop future regional campuses is predicated on the formation of a Community Advisory Council.