The Wider Horizons team extends its best wishes to the Class of 2023, and knows you are ready for what happens next! Here’s a snapshot of a few of the newest grads, and their memories of the people, places and experiences that mattered to them.
Even after he completed Lethbridge College’s Electrical Apprenticeship program in 2015, Carlos Carabantes still kept coming to campus.
Jessica Murray is a passionate advocate for the trades.
Dale Krall may be an electrical engineering grad from the University of Alberta, but in his work as an associate at SMP Engineering, he finds he regularly draws on the skills he learned in Lethbridge College’s Electrical Apprenticeship program.
This isn’t the first time Richard Martinell, a 1981 graduate of the college’s Carpentry Apprenticeship program, has returned to work at the campus where he started to learn his trade.
It’s been three decades since Chuck Wynder came to Lethbridge College in the Carpentry Apprenticeship program, and he still remembers some of those first lessons.
J.J. Nelson is just where he wants to be on the job site for the new trades and technologies facility at Lethbridge College – right in the middle of everything.
Dominique Tousignant, who is surrounded by sparks, splatters, fizz and buzz every day in his work as a journeyman welder, was one of many Lethbridge College grads who went straight from their apprenticeship or program into full-time work.