College Corner

College Corner

A University of Alberta bridging program aimed at addressing a skills gap to help internationally trained physical therapists prepare to work in Canada has expanded to a third location.

In an environment of rising operating costs and declining government funding, Medicine Hat College’s Board of Governors has approved an operating budget for the institution’s 2015-2016 year.

Thursday, 11 June 2015 06:35

Nursing student earns prestigious medal

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Lorna Waterhouse is the epitome of what you tell a person who is thinking of a different career path, but has reservations: be focused, work hard — it is possible.

Brooke Hawker's life is going in a positive direction.

Thursday, 04 June 2015 11:26

Brooks campus a major part of MHC’s plans

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When it was announced in September 2014 Reg Radke took over the newly-created position of manager of regional stewardship for the Medicine Hat College, College President Dr. Denise Henning and the board of directors wanted to improve relationships with all of southeast Alberta.

The Medicine Hat College is generally a learning institution for high-school grads and adults learning to build a career.However, during the summer it turns into a learning institution at a different level.

The change in provincial government May 5 doesn’t adjust the course of the Medicine Hat College’s administration in regards to the institution’s own budget.

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