Red River College

Meet the Red River College students who found jobs by busting dust

Originally featured in Macleans Magazine

At just 27 years old, Teaghan Wellman is the director of research and development at Cypher Environmental in Winnipeg, Manitoba. It’s a long title for the young executive, and all the more impressive considering she graduated from Red River College’s life sciences program just last summer.

Red River College’s new Skilled Trades and Technology Centre aims to put a new face on the campus, attract students to its classrooms

Originally featured in Canadian Fabricating & Welding November 2017

The 1960s were a great time for educational institutions in Canada. New colleges and universities were introduced across the country, creating broader opportunities for study among the growing population.

Red River College to launch new programs in IT, engineering, health care and business

Originally published on news.rrc.ca

Red River College will unveil six new programs this year to prepare students for success in the fields of construction management, IT, engineering, health care and business administration.

The new offerings will equip students to be industry-ready by the time they graduate, through the College’s brand of hands-on learning delivered by highly skilled faculty members.

Red River College presents repaired hockey sticks to Winnipeg Aboriginal Sport Achievement Centre

Eighteen NHL quality game-used hockey sticks have been given a new life at the Winnipeg Aboriginal Sport Achievement Centre (WASAC), where they will be used by Winnipeg youth dreaming of becoming the next Mark Scheifele or Jocelyne Larocque.

The sticks, which were damaged or broken during last season’s Winnipeg Jets and Manitoba Moose games, were repaired to like-new quality by Red River College students using composite materials and innovative programming.

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