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Posted On Monday, July 08, 2024

Picture1Keyano College is excited to announce the construction of a new Indigenous Student Centre on its Clearwater Campus. This initiative, rooted in the spirit of "Keyano," meaning "sharing" in Cree, reflects the college's commitment to community and reconciliation.
Honouring Indigenous Culture
The Indigenous Student Centre is designed to be a home for Indigenous culture, featuring:
A ceremonial area for traditional practices.
A learning common for study and group...

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Posted On Wednesday, June 19, 2024

IMG_0372 In this video, Keyano College's Electrical Instructor, Dawn Ohama, interviews Keegan Sturge about his incredible journey from high school enthusiast to gold medalist in electrical installation at the National Skills Canada Competition. Discover how Keegan's passion for his trade evolved through virtual competitions during the pandemic and culminated in a national victory, all with steadfast support from his mentors at Keyano College. Learn more about Keyano Electrician Program....
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Posted On Monday, June 10, 2024

LX3_photoKeyano College is enhancing the educational experience of students in the Haul Truck Operator program thanks to a significant federal investment through Prairies Economic Development Canada (PrairiesCan).
  PrairiesCan is investing over $766,000 towards acquiring two state-of-the-art Haul Truck simulators and upgrading software for four existing simulators at the Suncor Energy Industrial Campus. This initiative aligns with labour demands in the Fort McMurray region,...

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Posted On Thursday, May 30, 2024

SO102139_small The General Educational Development (GED) program is a significant educational milestone, providing those who did not complete high school an opportunity to obtain an equivalent certification. Keyano College, in partnership with the Athabasca Tribal Council (ATC), offers this program to First Nations, Inuit, and Métis people living in Fort McMurray, aiming to enhance their educational qualifications and broaden their career opportunities.
Congratulations to the ten...

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Posted On Monday, May 27, 2024

IMG_9660In the world of skilled trades, few competitions are as prestigious and impactful as Skills Canada and its provincial counterpart, Skills Canada—Alberta. These competitions provide a platform for students to demonstrate their technical expertise, innovation, and dedication to their chosen fields. They play a crucial role in bridging the gap between academic learning and industry standards, ensuring that the upcoming workforce is competent and skilled.
Keyano College's...

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