A program designed to give high school students a glimpse of what their career choices might (literally) look like is coming to Northern Collegiate in Sarnia this Wednesday, from 11 a.m.
Anyone with even a passing interest in what Lambton College has to offer in the way of full-time or part-time studies will find this Saturday’s open house a wise use of their time.
Lambton College is doing what any good emergency planner does this week.
Call it a burst of adrenaline for the cause of entrepreneurship.
Lambton College is adding three new full-time programs to its roster for fall 2015.Starting next September, the college will be offering a three year advanced diploma in Bio-Industrial Engineering Technology, a two year Electromechanical Engineering Technician diploma and a one year Ontario College Certificate in Aboriginal Social Justice.Ranjan Bhattacharya, dean, School of Technology, Energy & Apprenticeship, Lambton College, is confident the new Bio-Industrial Engineering Technology program will help meet industry-demand for this growing career sector.“Bio-industrial Technology has experienced tremendous growth in recent years, particularly in the Sarnia-Lambton region,” says Bhattacharya.
Lambton College CEO Judith Morris In an ongoing commitment to foster the entrepreneurial spirit of students, faculty and staff, Lambton College has launched an initiative designed to inspire entrepreneurship activities on campus and in the community.Taking its cue from global business incubators, Lambton College’s “The Cube” was developed as an on-campus entrepreneurial hub in partnership with Enactus Lambton, which aims to help students achieve their goals of becoming entrepreneurs or corporate innovators.
Shahram Karimi, a professor at Lambton College, shows Ed Holder, Minister of State for Science and Technology, a hydrogen-powered bike after touring a lab at the College.
Megan Johnston and her 8-year-old daughter now have a new set of keys and a safe, decent and affordable place to call “home” thanks to Habitat for Humanity Sarnia/Lambton and the hard work of students enrolled in several programs offered through Lambton College’s Skilled Trades Training Centre.
Bonnie Kearns, shown here in one of her better-known “at work” locales, was the guest speaker at the Lambton College convocation last Saturday.
Photo courtesy Lambton College. Students enrolled in Lambton College’s Power Engineering programs will now have a seamless opportunity to apply for jobs in the province of Alberta thanks to a recently signed agreement between the College and the Alberta Boiler Safety Association (ABSA).