Four individuals and one organization will be the toast of this year’s Distinguished Awards Gala.
A “Flash Mob” dance at Lambton Mall later in the day kept the excitement going on with Giving Tuesday in Sarnia-Lambton.
Zac Grennan, a grade 12 student at Northern Collegiate in Sarnia, may not yet know what his career plans will entail, but the 17 year old took a small step forward earlier this week by participating in a fun photo exercise sponsored by Lambton College.
Newly elected City/County Councillor Brian White (centre) participated in a walk down London Road from Lambton College on Thursday, part of “Unleash the Stress” week at the school.—photos courtesy Danielle Cooper.
Every year, volunteers with Mothers Against Drunk Driving erect their “Cross Display” to bring to mind the devastating effects driving while under the influence can have on Canadians.
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.