From equipment to financial aid to work-integrated learning opportunities to training materials, donors make a difference in the lives of Lethbridge College students every day. The college is celebrating the generosity of its donors this month, highlighting the many ways they continue to make a difference in the lives and learning experiences of Lethbridge College students.
Knowing that every great harvest starts with a single seed, 1st Choice Savings and Credit Union is investing in the future of agriculture with a $55,000 gift to support student awards in both Lethbridge College’s Bachelor of Agriculture Science degree program and the Agriculture Sciences diploma program.
A new gift from the Kodiaks Association means Lethbridge College student-athletes, coaches and training staff members will have a new tool to help diagnose, track and treat concussions, while safely returning student-athletes to action once they’re ready.
Lethbridge College has launched Ready to Feel the Heat: The Miami Heat Experience, a new raffle that will send one lucky winner and a guest to Florida for a one-of-a-kind experience to see the Miami Heat take on the Toronto Raptors.
A $50,000 gift from a retired post-secondary education employee will be used to launch a new scholarship and bursary fund at Lethbridge College. The fund will support students with immediate unexpected financial barriers that keep them from completing their studies.
A recently graduated Lethbridge College student is set to receive real-world experience in the world of journalism as this year’s recipient of the annual Troy Reeb internship. Alejandra Pulido-Guzman, a 2021 graduate of the college’s Digital Communications and Media program, is this year’s recipient.
A new partnership between Lethbridge College and Southland International Trucks will provide trades students with exclusive training opportunities, software and equipment to support their training and career development.
Helping students rise up has never been easier, and now those who help have the chance to win big. Tickets for Lethbridge College’s Ready to Rise 50/50 Lottery are available now for anyone who lives in Alberta.
As chair and instructor with Lethbridge College’s Civil Engineering Technology program, Al Laplante helped build the careers and futures of hundreds of students. Now, thanks to the generosity of “Big Al” and his family, future generations of students will receive support to help them succeed through the Al Laplante Scholarship for Civil Engineering Technology.
From equipment to financial aid to work-integrated learning opportunities to training materials, donors make a difference in the lives of Lethbridge College students every day. The college is celebrating the generosity of its donors this month, highlighting the many ways they directly affect the lives of students.