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Innovative apprenticeship program ready to launch

The Alberta government and Keyano College are moving forward with a pilot project to accelerate apprenticeship training in Fort McMurray.

Tuesday, May 02, 2017/Author: Melissa Munn/Number of views (526)/Comments (0)/
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Keyano College’s Board of Governors welcomes four new members

The Board of Governors is pleased to announce the appointment of three new members as well as the new Students’ Association of Keyano College President.

Tuesday, April 11, 2017/Author: Melissa Munn/Number of views (385)/Comments (0)/
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Keyano Launches New Marketing Campaign

(Fort McMurray, AB – March 20, 2017) - In the wake of wildfire destruction and the strength of a community rebuild, Keyano College is joining the movement with a new advertising campaign. 

Monday, March 20, 2017/Author: Melissa Munn/Number of views (617)/Comments (0)/
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Drew Taylor, Indigenous Story-teller, Humourist and Playwright comes to Ft. McMurray

(Fort McMurray, AB – March 13, 2017) - Drew Hayden Taylor, an indigenous story-teller, humourist and playwright is the keynote speaker at Keyano College’s 5th Annual Arts and Humanities Conference this weekend - Coming Through Fire: Rebuilding, Reconciling, Rethinking. 

Monday, March 13, 2017/Author: Melissa Munn/Number of views (347)/Comments (0)/
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Keyano College and NAIT join forces to foster entrepreneurship in business

Keyano to host NAIT’s Jumpstart Crash Course

(Fort McMurray, AB – March 6, 2017) – Keyano College and the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT) have joined forces to offer a free crash course in business skills for local entrepreneurs. This course is open to current students, high school seniors, alumni, and those interested in entrepreneurship. 
Tuesday, March 07, 2017/Author: Melissa Munn/Number of views (692)/Comments (0)/
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Keyano College joining 'mindful revolution'

Providing mindfulness training to all faculty, staff, and students

(Fort McMurray, AB – February 27, 2017) – Keyano College announced today it is offering online mindfulness training to all faculty, staff and students to support mental health, improve resilience and increase performance. On March 6, 5000 members of the Keyano community will be invited to start the evidence-based 30 Day Mindfulness Challenge.

“It’s a dynamic, face-paced environment at Keyano College so we want to support our community as much as possible, especially as we approach the one year anniversary of the fire,” said Debbie O’Halloran, Chair, Counselling & Accessibility Services. “We’re pleased to bring the benefits of mindfulness the College and it dovetails nicely with our ongoing commitment to support our people – staff and students.”

“Just last week, we opened a relaxation room.  It is a place where people can take a break from the pressures to reconnect with themselves and put things into perspective” O’Halloran continued.   “We have already had people use the room to meditate and just breathe.”

The 30 Day Mindfulness Challenge has been used at the Mental Health Commission of Canada, UBC, WestJet, Coca-Cola, Harvard Law School and more because it’s proven by Sauder School of Business to lower stress, increase resilience, improve teamwork, and strengthen leadership skills. The Challenge also teaches ‘mindfulness-in-action’ so people don’t need to stop what they are doing to become calmer, present and focused.

Media inquiries:

Debbie O’Halloran

Chair, Counselling & Accessibility Services

780-791-8929

 

Tuesday, February 28, 2017/Author: Melissa Munn/Number of views (889)/Comments (0)/
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