New, modern program
Lakeland College’s newest business program - administrative professional - will help students learn to take the lead in a modern business environment.
Indigenous support specialist
The Teaching and Learning Commons
welcomed Clint Chocan
to their team as Lakeland's first Indigenous support specialist. With the Commons
, Chocan will work with faculty, students and community members to raise awareness of Indigenous culture.
In other news
President Alice Wainwright-Stewart's first column of 2017
shares information about Lakeland's upcoming Employee Engagement Survey.
Apprentices in our automotive service technician program now have three new vehicles
to build skills with.
Energy students achieved high marks on the recent Alberta Boilers Safety Authority (ABSA) exam
, exceeding the provincial pass rate.
The EnviroMentors successfully held a conference - Positioning for Transition
- featuring alumni and industry experts who spoke about entering the workforce.
Lakeland is the proud owner of a new specialized seed drill
that will be used for a number of new research projects.
These university transfer alumni
are excelling with their local marketing company.
A range of props and equipment are used at the Emergency Training Centre, including this doll house that demonstrates fire and ventilation principles. See for yourself!
Santa's One-Stop Shop - Powered by Student-Managed Enterprise
was a hit with shoppers in December.
The Lloydminster Fire Department
recently donated an aerial truck to the Emergency Training Centre.
, a Lakeland agribusiness student, won the Canadian National 4-H and Youth Judging Competition.
In Rustlers news:
- Beloved alumna, Jo Berglund, is remembered for her devotion.
- Alex Ungar, who studied marketing a Lakeland, is one of a handful of women working as off-ice officials in the Western Hockey League.
- This animal health technician alumna is excelling as a master dog trainer.
In the first Link photo gallery of the year, we show you what our students and staff have been up to at both campuses.