Electrical instructors search for something new under the sun
Three Lakeland electrical instructors are training to be certified solar installers.
High school students begin more dual credit courses in semester 2
High school students from Wainwright, Vermilion and Edmonton have expanded options for more dual credit courses in environmental sciences and early learning and child care at Lakeland. They were on campus recently to kick off their new semester. Find out more.
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The family that studies together stays together -
Becky Mulak and her daughters Morgan and Jessica are all currently attending Lakeland. Click here
to meet them.
AHT students explore careers during two-day fieldtrip
- Lakeland students visit with Lucy the Elephant and talk with several AHTs and veterinarians in the field at several provinicall-serving animal health care facilities. Check it out
The Impact of Physical Activity on Cancer -
Plan to attend an informative presentation by Lisa Belanger on Tuesday, Feb. 28,11:30 am – 12:30 pm in BK 116
at the Lloydminster campus.
She has a master of sciences degree in physical education and recreation and is currently completing her doctorate on the impact physical activity has on cancer survivors. During her presentation she’ll talk about physical activity and cancer during prevention/pre-screening, screening, pre-treatment, treatment and survivorship.
Through the lens
- For a glimpse at a few recent Lakeland moments, check out the Lakeland Link Photo Gallery