Lakeland grad & Servus Credit Union executive receives top award
Lakeland alum Devin Selte '99 won the Credit Union Executive Society’s competition for top young leaders in North America for introducing the Servus Young Leader Network, a project he developed and introduced to Servus Credit Union branches in Alberta in 2010. He received the award at a conference held in Las Vegas in November 2011.
Lakeland grads prepare for careers in water protection
The future of water is anything but clear. The quantity of freshwater available world-wide is diminishing as usage by individuals and industries continues to increase. Water quality is deteriorating due to factors such as climate change and pollution. Find out how students in the environmental monitoring and protection major in the environmental sciences program are training to make a difference.
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From Glenn's desk
- It's 2012 and Lakeland College is ready for the New Year. Find out what Lakeland College President Glenn Charlesworth is working on this month. Click here
Practicum experiences a win-win for TVP students & workplace
- Ian Imlay's savvy shop skills made him a real asset to Lakeland's Emergency Training Centre during a recent eight-week practicum placement. To meet Ian and learn more, click here
Taking the reins
-- The Lakeland College Rodeo Club is offering a horsemanship clinic with top-notched NRCHA instructor. Find out more
Helping students with bursaries
- How important are bursaries to helping Lakeland students succeed? Learn more
Through the lens
- For a glimpse at a few recent Lakeland moments, check out the Lakeland Link Photo Gallery