Lethbridge College’s Centre for Technology, Environment and Design (CTED) has announced that it is partnering with Liquid Avatar Technologies Inc., a publicly traded global blockchain and fintech solutions company, to launch a first of its kind work-integrated learning opportunity for students. Liquid Avatar Technologies is providing 9,000 plots of land within its Aftermath Islands Metaverse – a network of spaces where users can create a virtual world parallel to their physical one.
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.
Prospective students are invited to learn more about what Lethbridge College has to offer at Open House this Saturday, March 5. Whether it’s in-person or online, prospective students will have the opportunity to meet with expert instructors, find out more about future careers and experience the college’s friendly campus and supportive environment.
The latest information on the COVID-19 pandemic and how it is affecting Lethbridge College.
As part of Lethbridge College’s ongoing commitment to embracing digital solutions and adopting sustainable practices, the Registrar’s Office announced today that the college has joined a national network and will offer all official transcripts securely and electronically through MyCreds.ca.
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.
Lethbridge College’s AgENT program is highlighting those who have broken new ground, led in innovation and created opportunities for themselves and others as part of the DISRUPTOR speaker series. Award-winning Canadian journalist, Peter Mansbridge, will be the fourth speaker to participate in this series.
Trudi Mason, a collaborative academic and administrative leader, has been named the new Dean of the Centre for Justice and Human Services at Lethbridge College. She starts the new position March 1.
The Kodiaks men’s volleyball team got a first-hand look at small town generosity last month when their bus became stranded in rural Saskatchewan. The team was on its way to Caronport Jan. 20 for a weekend series against Briercrest College. While road conditions were favourable early in the trip, freezing rain was causing serious issues east of Maple Creek.
Lethbridge College’s LC Extension is southern Alberta’s learning solution partner, helping businesses identify and solve their needs. To support this, LC Extension has added two new key team members who are experienced in working with people to create real-world solutions that make a difference.