Faculty member, Colleen Neily comments, “They learn about themselves, their uniqueness, their creativity, what their specialty is going to be and we get to see them grow for two years and then we get to send them off and say, ‘You’re ready, go to industry. Congratulations!’”
Portage College is increasing its program offerings this fall thanks to new funding from the provincial government.
The donated funds will help cover the costs of Project of Heart materials, training, facilitation and the installation of legacy art projects within the Portage College service region and at its campuses.
More than $4,500 was achieved for various human service agencies through projects organized by students as a part of their Community Development course.
Business students compete in the 2022 Alberta Deans of Business Case Competition.
March 24 marks the important role whistleblowers play in strengthening the integrity of public institutions.
Named Waniskah ᐊᐧᓂᐢᑲᐦ, the room will serve as a concrete and spiritual centerpiece for our students, staff and community.
Voyageurs will compete in the 2022 ACAC Futsal Championships March 26-27 at The King’s University in Edmonton.
Thanks to proceeds from a golf tournament held in Lac La Biche last summer, seven new Medical Infusion Pumps were purchased for students to use in the college’s Paramedicine and Practical Nurse programs.
Operating budget will be cut again, but senior administrators are confident the College can weather the storm.