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Lethbridge College’s annual Troy Reeb Internship recipient announced

A Lethbridge College student will be learning the ropes in two of Canada’s major market media centres as the recipient of this year’s Troy Reeb Internship.

Nicholas Rabl, a first-year Digital Communications and Media (DCM) student, was selected for the internship based on a story proposal he submitted, detailing the racially biased treatment Indigenous people often face in off-reserve settings.

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New options highlight exciting Lethbridge College summer camps

There will be no chance for summertime boredom to set in at Lethbridge College, where more than 20 exciting summer camps are ready to roll this summer. The camps will be filled with fun, camaraderie and activity for children and teenagers alike, while introducing campers to a wide array of skills and unique experiences.

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Doors open to public at Wind Industry Day and Open House

Lethbridge College is opening the massive doors to its Wind Turbine Technician shop Friday to show the community the great heights learners go to getting the hands-on training needed to succeed in a sustainable industry.

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Virtual reality research gets $900,000 federal boost

Lethbridge College has received nearly a million dollars in new federal funding to level up its virtual and augmented reality research by hiring new staff and increasing its industry-driven research capacity.

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Northside Lethbridge Dodge renews commitment to Lethbridge College students

Northside Lethbridge Dodge has renewed its commitment to support post-secondary education at Lethbridge College with a $100,000 gift for the Rita Simons Memorial award.

Today’s announcement follows an initial pledge of $100,000 over five years, made in 2017, to establish the awards.

Rita Simons was the grandmother of Russell Gallant, general manager of Northside Lethbridge Dodge.  

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Scotiabank invests $150,000 in Lethbridge College’s Ready to Connect program

In the interest of breaking down barriers to post-secondary education, Scotiabank is investing $150,000 to help high school students in underrepresented groups succeed at Lethbridge College.

The generous gift, to be shared over the next three years, will benefit the college’s Ready to Connect program. It supports students who align with traditionally marginalized populations, including Indigenous peoples, women, visible minorities, 2SLGBTQIA+ individuals and people with disabilities.

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Students pitch to Luco Farms in annual Tecconnect Challenge

There was a tasty twist to the Tecconnect Challenge this year as Lethbridge College students brainstormed initiatives to help a local mustard producer grow his business.

Now in its seventh year, the collaborative event groups students in the college’s Multimedia Production (MMP) and Digital Communications and Media (DCM) programs. The six teams of students were tasked with creating solutions to the pain points of an entrepreneur in the Tecconnect environment.

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Congratulations to our Employee Excellence Award recipients

Lethbridge College Employee Excellence Awards recognize and celebrate employees who go above and beyond to promote our core values of people, excellence and success. This year's nine recipients were recognized by their colleagues for Leadership and Creating Community, and Service and Innovation. The recipients will be recognized at the college's annual Employee Recognition Event March 24.

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Lethbridge College celebrates Indigenous community during Stone Pipe Days

Stone Pipe Days, an annual celebration to recognize the pride, history and knowledge of Lethbridge College’s Indigenous community, will be taking place on campus Thursday and Friday. The series of cultural sessions aims to raise awareness and promote discussion of the college’s role in Indigenous education.

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Business Administration program receives CPA grant for digital accounting simulations

Lethbridge College Business Administration students, and their instructors, will soon be gaining valuable skills while saving time and paper thanks to a $41,250 grant to develop digital case studies. The funding comes from the Chartered Professional Accountants (CPA) Education Foundation., Canada’s only accounting designation, who have recognized that Lethbridge College’s expertise in accounting extends to research and development of teaching practice as well as the teaching itself.