Lethbridge College is ready to celebrate its graduates with an exciting online Convocation package. Students graduating will be able to celebrate safely at home by going to Lethbridge College’s website and social media channels on May 28 to view videos and messages that commend their achievements during their time as Lethbridge College students.
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.
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.
Southern Alberta high school students can get a head start on their post-secondary journey by enrolling in Lethbridge College’s new dual credit courses. Students from seven area school divisions can enrol in one of six college-level classes, earning credit at both their high school and at Lethbridge College.
Alberta’s colleges are ready to respond to the Alberta 2030: Building Skills for Jobs strategy by continuing to provide adaptable, relevant, hands-on training that prepares students to support Alberta’s employers and economy.
Two of Alberta’s premier agriculture applied research institutions are coming together to ensure the province’s agriculture industry has access to world-class researchers, resources and data. Lethbridge College and Olds College have signed a “memorandum of understanding” (MOU) focused on applied agriculture research.
The Lethbridge College Kodiaks are set to roar once again, as plans are underway to return to action later this year. The Kodiaks have joined the rest of the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) in preparing plans for a 2021-22 athletic season.
One of the newest exhibits to open at Granary Road, located south of Calgary, showcases the cutting-edge work happening in the college’s Aquaculture Centre of Excellence (ACE) to an inquisitive and curious audience – school children and their families.
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.
A unique trades training opportunity for women is coming to southern Alberta. Women Building Futures, a non-profit organization that creates opportunities for women to experience trades and construction training, is teaming with Lethbridge College for a 12-week Journeywoman Start program this summer.