February 10, 2017
Raising awareness
Lakeland's new student-led Aboriginal Student Advisory Committee is dedicated to raising aboriginal awareness throughout the college.
 
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International field trip
Students in Lakeland’s bachelor of applied science: environmental management program will take their education to Sri Lanka over the spring break.
 
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In other news
Updates from the Comprehensive Community Institutions meeting and changes to the Alberta funding policy are covered in President Alice Wainwright-Stewart's latest column.

In two weeks, Lakeland will host the top teams in the province for the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) championships in both women’s volleyball and curling.

Fire truckMichael Crowe, vice president academic, thanked the Lloydminster Fire Department and the City of Lloydminster for the donation of an aerial unit to the Emergency Training Centre earlier this month.
 
Early learning and child care students share their proposal for Say Yes to YESS (Youth Empowerment & Support Services) in this video.

Franki Spinney, Class of 2013 esthetician, recently made the leap from esthetician to entrepreneur.

Two environmental sciences students will take the lead in South Africa as part of Operation Wallacea.interior design trip

Interior design technology students learned a lot and returned to campus inspired from their whirlwind trip to Toronto in January.

When it comes to curling, one of the best places to look for talent is in rural communities. Our Rustlers student-athletes are proof of that.

Rustlers basketball teams will take on the Augustana Vikings, and help raise awareness for Muscular Dystrophy Canada tonight (Feb. 10).

Make Some Noise The Rustlers and their fans teamed up to #MakeSomeNoise for mental health at their home games on Jan 27 and 28. Everyone who caught a t-shirt posed wearing their conversation starter. Awareness efforts are about helping end the stigma related to mental illness. All of the ACAC participated in the initiative that was supported by RBC.

The first annual Work-Stress-Life: “Striking a Balance” Conference and Wellness Fair was a success.

Dairy open houseStudents in our dairy major discussed with the public our plans for a new Dairy Learning Centre during an Open House on Monday, Feb. 6 at the Renewable Energy Learning Centre. Learn more about the Dairy Learning Centre.

And to find out what else has been happening at Lakeland, check out our latest gallery.
 
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Mission accomplished
Brandy LaSalle, Class of 2007 agricultural sciences, knew from a young age that she wanted to work at a zoo. And she now has her dream job at the Calgary Zoo.
 
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Program Info Sessions
Lakeland is preparing to host the 2017 Program Information Sessions. These sessions are a great way for prospective students to learn how they can take charge of their future at Lakeland. Learn more
 
Coming events
Feb. 10-11 - Little Mermaid Jr
Lloydminster

Feb. 17-19 - Bullriding & Bullfighting Schools
Vermilion

Feb. 22-25 - 2017 ACAC women's volleyball championships
Lloydminster

Feb. 23 - Energize your Future

Lloydminster

Feb. 24-26 - ACAC curling championships
Vermilion

March 2 - Find the U in Business
Lloydminster

March 2 - Fashion on a Budget
Lloydminster

March 3 - Go Enviro
Vermilion 

March 3 - 7th annual Greenspiel 
Vermilion 

March 7 - Capstones Day 3
Vermilion

March 9 - Sign Language Info Session
Alberta School for the Deaf 


March 10 - Hop on the University Transfer Train
Lloydminster

March 10 - AgCiting
Vermilion 

March 10 - Little Royal
Vermilion

March 10 - Making a Difference - Human Services
Vermilion
Events calendar
 
 
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