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a man wearing safety glasses works with tools

Lethbridge College Plumbing apprentice wins national competition

Second-year Lethbridge College Plumbing apprentice Joshua Mandin needed a little convincing from his uncle, a Carpentry instructor, to try competing for the first time in the Skills Canada Alberta competition in Edmonton in May. “My uncle said it was an opportunity I didn’t want to miss and an experience I’d carry all my life,” Mandin says. So, he signed up – and ended up winning gold medals at both the provincial and national competitions.

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The Lethbridge College chapter of the LEO Club take part in a community clean-up event.

LEO Club looks for new opportunities to support the community

One of Lethbridge College’s longest-running student clubs is looking for new opportunities to continue supporting southern Albertans. The award-winning LEO Club is actively searching for new volunteer opportunities.

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Volunteers collect litter during the 2019 Coulee Cleanup

Students shed light on effect of litter in the community

People may be desensitized to the sight of litter on a riverbank or even the heaps of garbage bags collected during Lethbridge’s annual Coulee Cleanup. But a group of Lethbridge College students and their instructor are attempting to engage the public by telling the story of what that litter means to the environment.

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Ashley Pierson, Lethbridge College's first valedictorian.

Lethbridge College names first valedictorian

Lethbridge College’s 64th convocation will include a first: the naming of a valedictorian. College leaders selected Business Administration student Ashley Pierson, a graduate of Cardston High School, to fill the role at this year’s convocation ceremonies. 

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Students taking part in a Zoom call as part of the 2021 Tecconnect Challenge.

Lethbridge College students take design skills to Tecconnect

An already unique opportunity for Lethbridge College students had a new twist this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The annual Tecconnect Challenge sees students create a marketing plan and collaterals to help solve real-world challenges for a local entrepreneur.

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Charmed Playhouses founder and CEO Tyson Leavitt (centre, standing) and interior designer Audrey Leavitt (centre, seated) get into character, surrounded by Charmed staff and Lethbridge College students.

Design students put their imaginations to work with Charmed Playhouses

Charmed Playhouses has found its niche where imagination meets design. Known for its extravagant, high-quality playhouses that populate backyards around the world, Charmed is embarking on a new adventure, and bringing Lethbridge College students along for the ride.

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Lethbridge College student Anthony Lamai on campus.

From Lagos life to Lethbridge love

In honour of Black History Month, we’re sharing stories of students and employees to elevate Black voices and recognize their contributions to making our campus community a vibrant place.