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Lakeland College campus became glamour central courtesy of the school of business. Students were challenged to source an interview outfit for $35 and take it down a fashion show catwalk at the Lloydminster campus.

Students used their entrepreneurial skills and creativity and proved you don't need expensive premium brands to look great.

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Professional Image Consulting View More ∇
Certified Image Consultant Michele C Gustafson came to Lakeland College to lend her expertise to the Fashion on a budget Show student contestants.

Michele talked about shopping tips with a budget, clothing styles to suit your personality, understanding colors, showing confidence through your body language and related topics.

Michele also featured during the event as a special guest judge along with Lloydminster Mayor Rob Saunders, Newcap TV News anchor Nahreman Issa, Justin Rodger from 106.1 The GOAT.
Business Job Fair 2015 View More ∇
The Servus Credit Union Hospitality Centre floor was packed out with industry stands and representatives at the Business Job Fair event on Lloydminster campus.

All the Lakeland College business majors had industry representatives in attendance relevant to their qualification.

From Real Estate Appraisal and Assessment through to Accounting and finance, the students were able to make the most of the opportunity to explore future career avenues and make professional connections.
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Chamber Connect 2015 View More ∇
Business students had the opportunity to practice their networking and business etiquette at the Chamber Connect event.

The event held at the Servus Credit Union Hospitality Centre features Lloydminster Chamber of Commerce business members as guests.

Real Estate 'FUN'draise & Assessment for Thailand View More ∇
REAA students putting the fun in fundrasing for their Thailand trip. Adding smiles for their trip to the 'land of a 1000 smiles. It will provide a learning experience about real estate in another country. The fundraising started with a fantastic Superbowl Package raffle from Future shop & Papa John’s Pizza donations. Congratulations to Kris Polsom of Regina, SK (Ticket #141 Book 5) who won:
  • 60” Samsung Smart & 3D TV & stand, $100 Papa John’s Gift Certificate, $100 Beer Store Gift Certificate.
Fundraising continued on Valentines Day. Ballo0n flowers were delivered anon to a buyer's target of choice by our very own Cupid (Caleb). Cupid never fails and delivered all the inflated valentines sentiments. Recipients were left with a valentines mystery... and a balloon flower.
Business NEWCAP studios tour 2014 View More ∇
Opportunities Knock - business job fair on campus View More ∇
Students benefited from the main Lloydminster campus floor packed out with industry stands and representatives at the Business Job Fair event.

All the Lakeland College business majors had industry representatives in attendance relevant to their qualification.

From Real Estate Appraisal and Assessment through to Accounting and finance, the students were able to make the most of the opportunity to explore future career avenues and make professional connections.

Dressed for Success View More ∇
Business students dress for the occasion at a Lloydminster Chamber of Commerce connect event held on the Lloydminster campus.

Business instructors were on hand to critique the students in line with the Business Affairs classes on professional etiquette.

The students had the opportunity to meet and chat with local industry representatives who impressed the importance of soft skills for young recruits.

The students handled themselves with distinction and as the photos testify, dressed the part.
Business Affairs - professional etiquette continued with Servus Credit Union View More ∇

There's more to business professionalism than shaking hands. That's one of the things Business Affairs students discovered during their continued professionalism and etiquette learning when three members of Servus Credit Union's Human Resources department shared their expertise. Alumnus Sandi Unruh, along with Cindy Perkins and Georgette Wawryk, led role play scenarios. The trio also provided Servus swag to the class, including thinking caps in a variety of colours, for a demonstration of understanding employee dynamics.

Business Affairs - professional introduction and etiquette View More ∇
Lakeland College instructor Doreen Der provides a class on professional introduction and etiquette for the Business Affairs course. Most recently, students benefitted from pointers provided by their class guest, chairman of Lakeland's Board of Governors, Milt Wakefield.

Wakefield, a former Saskatchewan MLA, also spent nine years as Chief Commissioner of the Canadian Grain Commission. Those positions required meeting industry and political representatives from across the globe.

The students were instructed how posture and body language is used to affirm professional communication. Wakefield has previously stressed the importance of Lakeland’s college role in developing new leaders in our youth.

"Being from the political side, I also understand how important a college like this is to the future of both of our provinces, particularly Saskatchewan that needs a trained workforce and a trained youth to lead us into the future."

CO231: Communications II - Self-Propelled Car Challenge View More ∇
Students in the CO231 class were tasked with the challenge of designing and building a self-propelled car with limited materials: a paper roll, a piece of cardboard, a string, elastics, markers, tape, and a balloon.

This exercise was utilized to create team bonding, enhance communication skills, and develop problem solving skills in a team setting. Although there were many varied and interesting looking cars at the start line, there was only one winner in the end — the self-propelled car that travelled the farthest.

City of Edmonton Assessment Department field trip View More ∇
On November 25 the students from the Real Estate Appraisal and Assessment major travelled on a field trip to the City of Edmonton Assessment Department.

They were provided a tour with explanations about the various real estate roles in the department and had numerous Q&A sessions.

In the afternoon the students were able to sit in on an Assessment Review Board (ARB) hearing to watch an actual assessment appeal. This quasi-judicial hearing involved a property owner appealing the outcome of a property assessment.

"...and back to you in the Studio" - Media Relations MK230 View More ∇
The Lakeland College Media Relations class got a hands-on tour of a local NewCap broadcast centre.
  • The students toured the professional media facilities used for radio and television news production
  • Some students tried presenting the news and weather in the TV news studio
  • The media relations class is part of the marketing major business administration diploma
See the upcoming feature article for more information of the tour.
BA 170 Salesmanship 2011-12 View More ∇
Lakeland business students "sell" Lakeland in their BA 170 Salesmanship class. Here are some of the slides from their presentations from the 2011-2012 academic year.

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