Miscellaneous Job Postings

Currently available miscellaneous jobs are listed below.

Note Lakeland College is not responsible for verifying all information provided by employers. The onus is on a student to check out each opportunity thoroughly before agreeing to the work or signing contracts of employment. 

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Local Job Opportunities & Upcoming Job Fairs

Check out the following jobs or go to the local Chamber of Commerce websites to see other jobs in Vermilion and surrounding areas:


Facebook Groups -- Vermilion Jobs and Lloydminster Jobs

Upcoming Employment & Career Fairs:

Lakeland College Business Job Fair - Lloydminster Campus - January 24, 2019 (11:30 am - 1:30 pm)

Lakeland College AHT Career & Job Fair - Vermilion Campus - February 4, 2019 (Noon - 3 pm)
Lakeland College Career Fair - Vermilion Campus - Friday, October 18, 2019 (10 am - 2:30 pm)
Summer Camp Jobs - Deadline - Mar 1/19
Christian Summer Camp - Assistant Camp Director, Male Unit Leader, Female Unit Leader, Male LIT Leader, Female LIT Leader, Cabin Leaders, Lifeguards, Camp Nurse

Company:Wesley Acres Inc. - Harbour Ridge Camp
Application Deadline: March 1, 2019

Job Location:Bloomfield
Position Type:Summer

Contact Information:
Name:Alyssa Humphreys - Camp Director
Address:1391 Wesley Acres Road, Bloomfield, Ontario K0K 1G0
Ph:613 393 3159

Job Description:
Check out our website for job openings and descriptions: https://www.harbourridgecamp.com/staff

Job Qualifications:
- Desire to work with children and youth in an outdoors environment.
- A passion for camp ministry and sharing the Gospel message.
- Outgoing, welcoming, and friendly.
- Excellent communication skills.
- Ability to work in a team environment.
- Strong leadership skills.
- First Aid/CPR Level C

Job Start Date:June 1, 2019
Job End Date:August 24, 2019

Application Requirements: Application Form and References
How to Apply: Online

Park Interpreters (summer) - Deadline - Jan 17/19
 Alberta Parks is looking for creative, outgoing individuals with a passion for the environment and a gift for engaging audiences.

Approximate Term
April 30 – September 2, 2019
Varies with location.
Including most weekends and evenings.

Approximate Wage
Interpreter: $28.77–$37.40/hour Communicator: $21.19–$25.79/hour Plus 11% in lieu of benefits. (Varies with specific responsibilities, location and experience)

Closing Date
January 17, 2019

Job Description
Park Interpreters and Communicators 
foster stewardship of the natural world through engaging and informative interactions that connect adults and children with Alberta’s landscape, biological and cultural diversity, and recreational opportunities.

Depending on your strengths you could be involved in a variety of programming such as
• environmental education
• theatrical presentations
• recreational activity instruction
• informal talks
• information delivery, or
• guided hikes and tours

Applicants are strongly advised to go to:
albertaparks.ca/parkinterpreter and read the FAQs, view the sample interpretation program videos and learn about the differences between interpreters and communicators before applying.

Minimum Qualifications:
Park Communicator: High school diploma and one year of related experience (e.g. work in the natural sciences, teaching, communications, performing arts, etc).

Park Interpreter: Two-year post-secondary or equivalent in a related field (natural sciences, education, communications, history, performing arts, etc).

Equivalences will be considered on directly related experience or education considered on the basis of: one year of experience for one year of education or one year of education for one year of experience.

The following are considered assets and should be highlighted in your resume:
Written and verbal communications, audience engagement, teaching, acting, singing,
knowledge of Alberta flora and fauna, Indigenous culture and outdoor recreational activities.

Successful applicants must have or obtain by April 30, 2019:
• Class 5-Full or Graduated License for all Parks
• Class 4 (Small Bus License) for positions at Dinosaur & Cypress Hills
• Defensive Driving Certificate
• Current Driver’s Abstract
• Current Standard First Aid Certificate
• A current criminal records check
Note: Must be received by March 15th

We may recruit to any of the following Provincial Parks:
• Dinosaur
• Cypress Hills
• Saskatoon Island
• Lesser Slave Lake
• William A. Switzer
• Sir Winston Churchill
• Miquelon Lake
• Kananaskis Country
• Castle Area
• David Thompson Corridor (area)
• Pigeon Lake

How to Apply
Online applications are preferred through jobs.alberta.ca. If you apply online, please ensure your cover letter and resume are submitted as one file. Applicants who apply online will be able to track the status of their application.

If you are unable to apply online, please submit your cover letter and resume, quoting Competition No. 1052428 to:

Sara Harris
Human Resource Services, Alberta Environment and Parks
4th floor, South Petroleum Plaza, 9915-108 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T5K 2G8,
Fax: (780) 427-2513.

We thank all candidates for their interest. However, only individuals selected for Calgary (February 1 (TBD), 2 and 3) or Edmonton (February 9 and 10) recruitment workshops will be contacted. For additional information, email daniella.rubeling@gov.ab.ca
Heritage Interpreter - Deadline - Apr 15/19
Heritage Interpreter

Company:East Coulee School Museum
Application Deadline: April 15, 2019

Job Location:East Coulee
Position Type:Summer

Contact Information:
Name:Barbara Steeves - Executive Director
Address:Box 514, East Coulee, AB T0J 1B0

About the job:

Job Description:
Join the team at the East Coulee School Museum for a fun and interesting summer! Enlighten tourists of the history and stories of the Coal Mining days of the Drumheller Valley! Use your unique personality to enrich each program. Interpreters also help in the gift shop and café, as well as some light housekeeping. Everyone at the museum helps in the café to feed the hungry tourists!!!

We need positive, enthusiastic individuals with great communication skill and a love of learning. If you are self-motivated and can do what needs to be done and do it – we are looking for you! We are looking for post-secondary students that are returning to school in the fall. A background in history, museum studies, education, drama or tourism is an asset. A valid driver’s license is a must, as there is no public transportation. A car is an asset as we are located 15 minutes outside of Drumheller proper. A second language is an asset. We thrive on diversity!

Job starts May 6 till Sept 2
Wages $17.00/hr
Number of positions – 3
Apply via email – ecsmuseum@gmail.com Attn: Barbara Steeves

Job Qualifications:
Job requirements – combination of walking, sitting, and standing, good memory to communicate historic stories, have basic computer skills
See Recruitment video – You Tube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?vPfXF-DqW6Eo

Job Start Date:Mayy 6, 2019
Job End Date:Sept 2, 2019

Application Requirements: Resume, Cover Letter
How to Apply: Email

4-H AB Summer Camp Staff - Deadline - Jan 27/19
 Camp Staff

Company: 4-H Alberta
Application Deadline: January 27, 2019

Job Location: Airdrie, AB
Position Type: Summer

Contact Information:
Name: Katelyn Strang (Program Specialist)
Address: 97 East Lake Ramp NE, Airdrie, AB T4A0C3
Ph: 4039488509
Email: katelyn.strang@gov.ab.ca 

Office location: 
Airdrie, Alberta

Camp Locations:
The Alberta 4-H Centre (Main Camp Facility) and Regional Campsites (Throughout the province)

Hours per week: 40+

Salary Range:
Office Day Rate: $115-$130; 
Camp Rate: $900-$1200 per camp; 
Paid staff training; Accommodation and food provided when at camp

Start date: May 6, 2019

Application Deadline: January 27, 2019 (Midnight)

The 4-H Alberta Camp Staff team will plan, coordinate and/or deliver 4-H Alberta summer camps. Our camps take place across Alberta and the camp sessions are five days in length. This is a job designed for those who have lots of energy, excellent leadership skills, and are able to have fun! Our team is dynamic and all of our staff members need to be dependable, mature and independent workers. 

We are hiring for two types of positions:

4-H Camp Staff - Four Month Position 
• May-June: Co-design camp program including session offerings, camp themes, activities, daily and rainy day schedules
• July-August: co-deliver and oversee the day-to-day running of the camp and ensure their delivery in a safe and quality manner
• Conduct counsellor evaluations, evaluate the camp program, maintain programming supplies inventory counts and control, and make recommendations for the following season.
• NLS certification is an asset
4-H Camp Staff - Two Month Position 
• You’ll be working for the months of July and August at our camps with our four-month 4-H Camp Directors.

Position Requirements:
• Completed one year of post-secondary education;
• Class 5 Alberta Drivers’ License (travel is required in this role);
• Standard First Aid and CPR or ability to obtain
• Obtain and maintain a clear Criminal Record Check and Vulnerable Sector Check
• If you’re applying as a lifeguard, you must possess your NLS certification.
• Ability to work collaboratively with others 

Lack of camp experience is not an obstacle. We’d like to have someone who can think on their feet, and who is creative and innovative. We’d like for you to be able to work independently with limited supervision and have strong interpersonal and communication skills. Your must have the ability to supervise and evaluate volunteers and campers.

Indicate in your cover letter which position you are applying for – the Four Month position or Two Month position or both. Applicants without a cover letter will not be considered. 

Submit your resume and cover letter in confidence to:
Katelyn Strang
4-H Specialist – Programs
Alberta Agriculture and Forestry
97 East Lake Ramp NE, Airdrie AB T4A 0C3
Email: katelyn.strang@gov.ab.ca

We thank all applicants in advance; however, only those invited to an interview will be contacted.

Job Start Date: May 6, 2019
Job End Date: August 20, 2019

Application Requirements: Resume and Cover Letter
How to Apply: Email
Works to Work Summer Internship - Deadline - Mar 15/19
Works to Work Summer Internship

Company:The Works Art & Design Festival
Application Deadline: March 15, 2019

Job Location:Edmonton, AB
Position Type:Summer

Contact Information:
Name:Betty-Jo Lecours
Address:10635 95 Street, Edmonton, AB T5H2C3

Job Description:
The Works Art & Design Festival Works to Work Program accepts applications for students looking for positions in the art and design field.

The Works to Work Summer Internship program begins in May and runs throughout the summer. This paid program is fast-paced and connects theoretical learning with real-world applications: participants complete 46 plus hours of in-class/ home-study instruction as well as up to 500 hours of practical work experience in delivering The Works Art & Design Festival. Participants benefit from working with experienced arts presenters and world class artists, while learning in a variety of ways that include assignment modules, research, student instruction, guest lectures, professional exposure, and hands-on experience.

Works to Work participants may return summer after summer to encourage ongoing skill development, progressing from Assistant to Coordinator to Supervisor to Lead Supervisor levels in each department.

Placements available in the following 5 departments:
1.Exhibit Production & Technology: Oversee the physical aspects of 20+ exhibits and installations including venue preparation, artwork handling, install & dismantle, construction techniques, resource management, inventories, and special projects.
2.Curatorial: Administer and document festival presentations including curatorial research, registration, reporting, archiving, contracts, insurance, communications, curatorial intent, artwork handling, install & dismantle, exhibit interpretation, and audience development.
3.Design: Assist with the design of The Works Art & Design Festival marketing collateral, apply festival campaign to print and web outputs including festival guide. Internship opportunities also offered in exhibition design, industrial design, and related disciplines.
4.Marketing, Public Relations, Special Events: Develop and implement public and media outreach strategies, administer and deliver special events throughout the Festival season including the media launch, artist events, stage presentations, and celebration events.
5.Volunteer Administration: Recruit, orient, schedule, and develop event and appreciation programs for The Works volunteers. Maintain and develop relationships with volunteer organizations and community supporters. Operate volunteer headquarters during festival.

To apply to the Works to Work program, please include:
•A resume
•Copy of your most recent transcripts
•A cover letter, indicating the stream or streams for which you would like to apply
•Contact information for three references (at least one work experience related)

Send your application to
The Works Art & Design Festival,
10635 – 95 ST. NW Edmonton, AB T5H 2C3
Fax: (780) 426-4673
Or via email: theworks@telusplanet.net
Please put Attn: Amber Rooke in the subject line.

Who Should Apply?
•Students and graduates of visual art and design programs, marketing, communications, public relations, and arts and cultural management programs
•Students in related fields (museums, theatre, heritage, recreation, human services, etc.)
•Emerging artists interested in building and expanding their careers
•Persons considering a career in arts and culture

Salary:Minimum Wage
Hours:up to 500 hours
Job Start Date:May 1, 2019

Application Requirements: Resume, Cover Letter, References and Transcript
How to Apply: Email

Horse Wrangler - Tim Horton's Summer Camp - Deadline- see website
You have a certain skill set and qualifications to guide a group though specific experiences. You take them through the thoughts, feelings, or actions related to those experiences. You help the group draw out their own understanding of their camp experience and the ways to use this knowledge when they return home. Your presence as a specialized facilitator provides an environment where campers learn and grow and always feel safe; physically and emotionally.

If this sounds like you, consider an opportunity as a Horse Wrangler with the Tim Horton Children’s Ranch.

You will…
•establish relationships with youth that reflect respect, trust and empathy
•lead the safe execution of trail rides, including instruction, equipment maintenance and safety inspections
•encourage camper development through their own processing and readiness, and recognize their achievements
•use respectful, positive behaviour management techniques
•model healthy choices and emotional maturity
•identify, assess and appropriately manage risks and off-site crises in line with THCF’s risk management standards
•provide mentorship, knowledge and skill transfer to other staff
•be challenged physically and emotionally as you live in an overnight camp for 10 day sessions, with 2 days of break in between
•learn that the challenge is also rewarding, and will experience personal growth alongside the campers you are supporting

You are…
•pursuing post-secondary education in recreation, outdoor/adventure education, teaching or related field
•experienced at working with youth aged 12 – 16
•strong at group facilitation and successfully adapt facilitation style based on individual or group needs
•licensed with a valid G Class Driver’s License, or equivalent (considered an asset)
•skilled in positive behavior management
•experienced at western riding (trail and arena), including the ability to independently catch, lead, groom, tack, handle and care for horses
•certified as a Level 3 Rider through the Canadian Horsemanship Association or equivalent experience
•certified in Wilderness First Responder (WFR), or are willing to obtain
•able to provide a clear criminal background check
•able to join us between June 1, 2019 and August 30, 2019.

The Tim Horton Children’s Foundation…
•believes that thriving youth create stronger communities
•understands that youth from low-income homes face greater obstacles to reaching their potential
•fosters strengths within youth, and empowers them to pursue a life without limits
•uses the power of camp and community as a catalyst for change
•builds teams who like to have fun while sparking constructive actions in others
•provides our team with many training, development and travel opportunities

*Interested Applicants can apply to https://grnh.se/fae2b12b2

Personal Support Workers/Respite Support Workers - Deadline - ongoing
Inclusion Lloydminster and Inclusion Alberta are looking to hire Personal Support Workers/Respite Support Workers for the Lloydminster and surrounding areas.

Email: kayrey@inclusionalberta.org
Contact Person: kendall Ayrey

Job Information

Job Title:  Personal Support Worker/Respite Support Worker
Job Location:  Lloydminster or Lloydminster rural area

Employment Terms:  Permanent Part-time or casual

Salary:   Depending on experience/education and qualifications

Job Description:
Various positions available in the Lloydminster and surrounding area. Looking for individuals that are reliable, responsible and have strong work ethic. The individual must be passionate and committed to working with children with disabilities and their families. Prior experience working with children would be an asset but will train the appropriate individual.

Grade 12 or equivalent and Post-secondary studies would be a benefit.

Willing to train the appropriate individual.

How to apply:
Please contact Kendall Ayrey at 306-825-5918 or fax or email resume to find out more information on this unique opportunity to make a difference to a child with a disability and their family.

email:  kayrey@inclusionalberta.org  
Fax:    306-825-5912
Master Control Manager / Program Assistant - Deadline - Jan 21/19
Stingray Television
Lloydminster, AB
Master Control Manager/ Program Assistant
Stingray Television in Lloydminster AB is looking to fill a full time Master Control Manager / Program Assistant position. Lloydminster is the city that borders 2 great provinces SK and AB. Lloydminster is a fast growing city with still a small town feel. This is a great opportunity to work with two great television stations CITL and CKSA.
The successful candidate must have the following skills:
•Must be able to successfully manage a group of master control operators including scheduling shifts for both CKSA and CITL stations
•Be very well organized, work well under pressure, show attention to detail, multitask and be proficient with Microsoft Office
•Have a good understanding of the technical aspects of broadcast television
•Comfortable in manipulating digital files for broadcast standards
•Knowing how to create workflows to transcode different video file formats to the video format that the station uses
•Having knowledge in CRTC regulations and ensure adherence
•Being able to ingest all types of video files through a handful of different methods depending on what the situation requires
•Monitor the signal transmissions and quality check to ensure the station maintains a high broadcast standard
•Comfortable working with a closed caption workflow
•Be able to give direction and motivate the team members

If you are looking for an exceptional workplace and have what it takes to fill this position:
1)Complete the following Employment Equity Self-Identification Form: www.stingray.com/employment-equity-survey
2)And then send your resume with references to Brent Nordholm, Program Manager at bnordholm@newcap.ca

Submissions deadline: January 21, 2019.

Not the job for you? Check out our Careers page to consult other available positions and learn more about Stingray. We’re always on the lookout for new talent.

Summer Camp Jobs - Deadline - Mar 31/19
Camp Tamarack is recruiting for their seasonal Summer Positions
Returning Staff Application FormReturning Staff Application Form
For more information about Camp Tamarack: https://camptamarack.ca/
Nexen Summer Jobs - Deadlines - see website
Nexen has advertised their summer jobs.  Click here for more details.
Whitewater Rafting Instructor - Deadline - May 1/19
Whitewater Rafting Instructor

Company:Interior Whitewater Expeditions
Application Deadline: May 1, 2019

Job Location:Clearwater, BC
Position Type:Summer

Contact Information:
Name:Doug Trotter (Owner/Operator)
Address:73 Old North Thompson Highway, Clearwater, BC V0E 1N1

Job Description:
Applicants must have 3 to 5 years’ experience instructing Whitewater rafting (river log to verify experience). To lead groups on outdoor sport and recreational trips. Advise on safety and regulations, plan trips, prepare meals, practice low impact outdoor wilderness and wildlife instruction. Handle complaints and prevent legislation violations. Involved in the leading and training of guides (inexperienced) on a daily basis.

Job Qualifications:
Must have previous trip leading experience on big volume class IV Rivers. Strong Class IV and V Whitewater kayaking skills an asset. Experience on the Clearwater River is preferred or the equivalent of. First aid, CPR and SRT certification required. Applicants will be considered for their leadership style, personality, and customer service, experience and reference checks. Must be able to operate communication (including emergency devices) and maintain equipment. Must have Class IV and V big volume rafting experience and must have strong Class IV and V big volume kayaking experience and safety kayaking skills.

Job Start Date:May 15, 2019
Job End Date:September 30, 2019

Application Requirements: Resume, Cover Letter and References
How to Apply: Email

Office Receptionist - Deadline - Jan 30/19
Liquid Lifestyles is currently seeking to fill one part time Office Receptionist Position for the 2019 season. We offer a wide variety of Whitewater Rafting and Kayaking trips on the Clearwater River in Wells Gray Provincial Park. The successful candidate will be responsible for overseeing office operations of our
adventure based activities. They will work together with a team of employees as well as subcontractors over the operating season. They must have Strong customer care skills as well as strong leadership and supervisory/management skills. For a more comprehensive list of the adventures we offer please visit our website at www.liquidlifestyles.ca
Office Receptionist
Wage: $160 - $200/day
• Front desk reception
• Cashout
• Liaising with guests/clients, ensuring operating and industry standards are met.
• Booking and Scheduling
• Maintaining social media
• Strong customer service and public relation skills
• Excellent Communication and organizational abilities
• Experience with marketing and social media
• Class IV Drivers License (not required but an asset)
Contact Info:
Please send your Resumes and Cover Letters to info@liquidlifestyles.ca.
I look forward to hearing from you. Get ready for a great summer of paddling!
Scott Streadwick
Owner / Lead Guide
440 Eden Rd.
Toll Free: 1-877-674-3307
PO Box 2181  RR2 Cell: 250. 674.1300
Clearwater BC, V0E 1N0
Lead Rafting Instructor (whitewater guiding) - Deadline - Jan 30/19
Liquid Lifestyles is currently seeking to fill full time Whitewater Guiding Positions for the 2019 season. We offer a wide variety of Whitewater Rafting and Kayaking trips on the Clearwater River in Wells Gray Provincial Park and throughout British Columbia. Our operation uses a combination of Oar Frame Rafts, Cat Rafts, Paddle Rafts, Tandem Inflatable Kayaks and Traditional Whitewater Kayaks during the course of the season. For a more comprehensive list of the adventures we offer please visit our website at www.liquidlifestyles.ca
Prospective instructors must have a strong work ethic, be able to operate unsupervised and manage operational risks. Experience on the Clearwater River would be an asset. Proficiency rafting large volume rivers is desirable. There will be extensive opportunity for additional training and professional development for members of our whitewater team. Join us this summer and experience what BC’s best whitewater river has to offer!
Wage: $190.00 – $250.00/day
Lead Rafting Instructor 
• Senior or Trip Leader Guide Licence
• Advanced River Kayak Instructor (not required but an asset)
• Swift Water Rescue Technician
• Wilderness First Aid 50 hr. (80hr. Preferred)
• Class IV Drivers License (not required but an asset)
• 3 Years Whitewater Guiding Experience (rafting or Kayaking)
• Class IV Whitewater Kayaking or Rafting experience
Contact Info:
Please send your Resumes and Cover Letters to info@liquidlifestyles.ca.
I look forward to hearing from you. Get ready for a great summer of paddling!
Scott Streadwick
Owner / Lead Guide
440 Eden Rd.
Toll Free: 1.877.674.3307
PO Box 2181 RR2
Cell: 250.674.1300
Clearwater BC, V0E 1N0
Apprentice Instructor (whitewater guiding) - Deadline - Jan 30/19
Liquid Lifestyles is currently seeking to fill full time Whitewater Guiding Positions for the 2019 season. We offer a wide variety of Whitewater Rafting and Kayaking trips on the Clearwater River in Wells Gray Provincial Park and through-out British Columbia. Our operation uses a combination of Oar Frame Rafts, Cat Rafts, Paddle Rafts, Tandem Inflatable Kayaks and Traditional Whitewater Kayaks during the course of the season. For a more comprehensive list of the adventures we offer please visit our website at www.liquidlifestyles.ca
This is a development position designed to train and develop aspiring guides and may lead to guiding position if progression is quick. Depending on your experience you will spend your summer outside experiencing all aspects of the river operations, everything from driving shuttle, riverside photography, kayaking as well as learning the ins and outs of guiding. Gain knowledge and experience by working along side our senior staff members. Prospective instructors must have a strong work ethic, be able to operate unsupervised and manage operational risks. Experience on the Clearwater River would be an asset. Proficiency rafting large volume rivers is desirable. There will be extensive opportunity for additional training and professional development for members of our whitewater team. Join us this
summer and experience what BC’s best whitewater river has to offer!
Wage $160- $200 per day
Apprentice Instructor
• Swift Water Rescue Technician
• Rafting Guide certificate
• Wilderness First Aid 50hr. (80hr. Preferred)
• Class IV Drivers License (Asset)
• River Kayak Skills (Asset)
Contact Info:
Please send your Resumes and Cover Letters to info@liquidlifestyles.ca. I look forward to hearing from you. Get ready for a great summer of paddling!
Scott Streadwick
Owner / Lead Guide
440 Eden Rd.
Toll Free: 1.877.674.3307
PO Box 2181 RR2     Cell: 250.674.1300
Clearwater BC, V0E 1N0
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Interior Design Technology, Class of 2016.

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Heavy Equipment Technician, Class of 2016.

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– Ali Mullin

Agribusiness, class of 2014, former Miss Rodeo Canada.

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– Stephen Mark Visser

Real Estate Appraisal and Assessment, Class of 2016.

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HOPE Power Engineering, Class of 2017.

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Accounting Major, Class of 2016.

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Esthetician, Class of 2016.

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University Transfer, Class of 2016.

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University Transfer, Class of 2017.

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Real estate appraisal and assessment, Class of 2017.

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Esthetician, Class of 2017.

What Alumni Say
It’s going to be a lot easier to start our first jobs having this experience and having been able to build our confidence in the campus spa. I love that we get to have this opportunity.

– Darby Watchel

Esthetician, Class of 2017.

What Employers Say
Lakeland is a great place to find employees. The college provides real world training that equips soon-to-be employees with knowledge and people skills that are highly sought after in the agriculture industry these days.

– Dustin Dinwoodie

Key Account Manager – Western Canada Arysta LifeScience