Winter 2014Past Issues
College welcomes new key leaders - Lethbridge College President and CEO Dr.
With the goal of gaining a better understanding of the justice systems in Arizona and California, seven of Earl Nilsson’s fourth-year Justice Studies degree students spent a week last year touring p
Current students - Mariah Leusink, Criminal Justice - Mariah was one of 32 teens from across the Prairies to spend a week in Regina at a youth camp designed to entice young people to become Mounties.
Some kids, it seems, are destined to attend Lethbridge College.
The following pages list the alumni, parents, employees, community members, business people and industry partners who have shown their commitment to Lethbridge College by donating to one or more of the college’s projects or programs.
Lealta Building Supplies of Lethbridge donated $50,000 to Lethbridge College in November.
The southern Alberta region of Lafarge Canada Inc.
After years of planning, promoting, fundraising and fine-tuning, Lethbridge College’s new Trades and Technologies Renewal and Innovation Project received a huge boost from the Alberta government in
One look at this 1966 Pontiac Parisienne convertible, one of the most recent and unusual gifts to Lethbridge College, and you’re hooked.
Norm Embleton, Yellowknife - Computer Information Systems 1992 - Norm Embleton works in one of the most rapidly changing professions in the world – information technology.
This issue of Wider Horizons has been so much fun to bring together.
Megan Freese, Whitehorse - Business Administration - Marketing 2004 - Megan Freese has had the chance to put her business skills and experiences to good use in a variety of different settings, includi
Janalynn Petten, Port de Grave, NL - Fashion Design and Marketing 2008 - Janalynn Petten, who lives and works in the small fishing town in Newfoundland where she grew up, is pursuing a dream that star
Craig A. Smith, Sackville, New Brunswick - Conservation Enforcement 1999 - The 2½ years of thorough research, far-reaching interviews, relentless determination and resolute perseverance all paid off on Oct.
Richard Stamp, Enchant - Enrolled in business, carpentry, computer and other courses in the 1980s - Richard Stamp is a first generation farmer, although farming ran – and still seems to run – in his family’s blood.
Anna Marie Willey, Regina - Communication Arts - Print Journalism 1976 - Forty years ago this fall, Anna Marie Willey stepped on a Greyhound bus and rode 500 miles to arrive at the place that she say
Jeremy Langemann, Winnipeg - Culinary Careers 1995 - The February 2012 morning that Jeremy Langemann put on his new executive chef’s jacket and went to work at the Fairmont Winnipeg didn’t feel mu
It’s easy to lean on familiar favourite recipes, whether it’s a savoury meatloaf or a flakey chocolate chip cookie, and these always have a trusted place in any kitchen.
Julie Nolin, Vancouver - Communication Arts - Journalism 1991 - Julie Nolin is quick to acknowledge that her college experience got off to a rocky start, but she worked deliberately during the second
What looked at first glance like printer’s errors on the men’s soccer and women’s basketball team roster lists this year were, in fact, a little bit of Alberta sporting history in the making.
Wherever you go in Canada – from Port de Grave on the Atlantic to Vancouver Island on the Pacific – you can find Lethbridge College alumni doing influential and interesting work.