Industry Partnerships with Applied Research – Featured Speaker Megan Shapka (Associate Dean)
The Centre for Applied Research, Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CARIE) at Lethbridge College is a catalyst for economic growth, sustainability and social development in our region. Our integrated strategy brings together community organizations, researchers and students to collaborate on projects that use new or existing knowledge to solve real-world challenges with immediate practical applications. Project outcomes often lead to innovative products and services that benefit our economy and society.
Empowering Young Entrepreneurs Through AgENT – Featured Speaker Alexi Kubeczek (AgENT Program Coordinator)
AgENT is an extracurricular program at Lethbridge College that provides experiential learning opportunities for students to develop foundational skills in innovation and entrepreneurship. Students involved in AgENT have the opportunity to build their creative confidence and entrepreneurial mindset, helping them become agents of change. Entrepreneurship is about turning ideas into action; it’s not just about starting a business.
Partnerships for Practicum Students – Featured Speakers Kris Hodgson-Bright (Instructor and MMP Practicum Coordinator) and Stephen Graham (Instructor and CIT Practicum Coordinator)
Lethbridge College prides itself on equipping learners with the skillsets needed to thrive in the workforce. Both our Computer Information Technology (CIT) and Multimedia Production (MMP) programs offering practicum placements for students, connecting them with businesses and organization to gain experience meeting real world challenges.
Lethbridge College, a Part of Your Community – Featured Speaker Kyle Snowdon (Senior Manager Library and Digital Learning
Lethbridge College values its presence in its surrounding communities. Our continued commitment to Claresholm and surrounding area comes from our valuable partnerships with the Town of Claresholm, local organizations, businesses, and community members.