Lethbridge College’s Indigenous Services team is bringing the community together for a virtual holiday celebration. The free event on Dec. 9 will be highlighted by a performance from Juno Award-nominee and Lethbridge College alumni Armond Duck Chief.
Lethbridge College is offering its alumni a sweet start to the holiday season. The first Alumni Holiday Bakeoff is now underway – and it is free for all alumni to get involved.
Now is the chance to help the college recognize its most accomplished alumni, as nominations are open for the annual Honouring Excellence alumni awards. The college wants to recognize those alumni who have made a difference as leaders, innovators, creators and community-builders.
Lethbridge College sends a congratulations to all of those recognized by the Association of Fundraising Professionals - Southern Alberta Chapter on National Philanthropy Day. The generosity of these philanthropists makes our community and college a better place.
Lethbridge College is moving all Monday (Nov. 9) classes online and urging all students and employees to avoid coming to campus on Monday unless absolutely necessary.
Enel Green Power has partnered with Lethbridge College to create opportunities in renewable energy for Indigenous learners in southern Alberta. The unique collaboration is designed to support the education of students from the Piikani Nation who are interested in pursuing careers in wind energy.
Lethbridge College, along with several other provincial post-secondary institutions, has made the collective decision to forgo competing in the 2021 ACAC winter season for basketball, volleyball and futsal.
The college has signed a partnership agreement with Riipen, a Canadian technology platform that facilitates micro-experiential learning opportunities by connecting students to industry partners. Students can work directly with an industry partner to complete work that benefits the partner, while also tying into the program curriculum, counting towards their classwork and academic outcomes.
The Kodiaks are one of 12 institutions from across Canada taking part in the inaugural Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) FIFA20 Gaming Challenge. The tournament follows the increasing trend of e-sports as a form of competition.
To help prepare students to be ready to enter today’s workforce – one that demands they are not just technically skilled but are also flexible, innovative and strong team players – Lethbridge College has developed a set of Student Core Competencies