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Even after he completed Lethbridge College’s Electrical Apprenticeship program in 2015, Carlos Carabantes still kept coming to campus.
"Each and every one of us have found our niche, and our passions that make us who we are. I couldn't think of a better place to get a start in your professional career than Lethbridge College."
Celebratin the successes of our alumni in their careers and throughout their lives.
Agriculture Sciences instructor Sampath Walgama is a man of many passions. Topping the list are teaching, research and gardening.
As Lethbridge College nears the conclusion of its 60th anniversary celebration, Wider Horizons looked to update one last recipe that would have been taught to students in the early days of the Culinary program.
Sixty ideas – large and small – to celebrate Lethbridge College’s 60 years of leading and transforming education in Alberta
Work hard at something you love, and work for the team’s success not just your own.
"The big idea that I think is so cool at the college right now is that we can actually transform education - but we can’t do this if we don’t have an eye on diversity, including gender diversity."
Fostering a team spirit, camaraderie and the idea of pulling for one another are all key to a favourable outcome in any group, institution, organization or business.
Imagine if a learner was a learner at Lethbridge College, and all students, staff and faculty had equal access to interdisciplinary learning opportunities…all the time. This is an idea that can happen thanks to Learning Experience Design.
Education is the “new buffalo,” and the work done at post-secondary institutions is essential to ensuring a strong and prosperous future, especially for Indigenous peoples.
Learning can only be achieved by discipline and hard work.
"We're trying to educate people that there are different ways of growing food."
With Lethbridge College turning 60, it seems appropriate to reflect on the history of Lethbridge College. For this edition, we focus on the last 20 years.
Forty-six participants came to campus in May to learn how to connect seniors to rhythm at a recreational therapist facilitator training program called Lulujam.
In addition to the thrill of seeing about 650 students become alumni as they crossed the stage at Convocation at the Enmax Centre on April 28, guests at this year’s ceremony witnessed a few additional notable moments.
As the final buzzer sounded at the CCAA Women’s Basketball National Championships in March, the Kodiaks jumped for joy and huddled together in sheer jubilation at centre court.
Each autumn, the elm, ash, maple and oak trees on campus erupt in colour, creating vibrant canopies for students and staff on the paths below.
Dr. Paula Burns, Lethbridge College’s President and CEO, high-fives Kodi the Kodiak as she crosses the finish line on April 8 at the 44th annual Kodiaks 10/4 Road Race.