Where are they now?






Collin Johnson 

Exercise Science

Collin is currently working as a trainer at 9Round.



Lucie Mayer-Wegelin

Therapeutic Recreation – Gerontology

Lucie writes: “I am currently back home in Germany to spend time with my family but I will be working on my new study permit to continue my studies at the University of Lethbridge.”



Brad Hamblin  

Criminal Justice – Policing

Brad has returned to Lethbridge College to enrol in the Justice Studies degree program.



Melissa Bass

Massage therapy

Melissa, a registered massage therapist, has recently started working at Lifemark Physiotherapy Sunpark Plaza in Calgary. After graduating from the college, she went on to earn a double major in Kinesiology and Business at the University of Lethbridge, where she also played on the women’s rugby team. Melissa eventually played rugby at the elite level for Team Canada.



Merecedes Fawns

Communication Arts – Advertising and Public Relations

Mercedes is the new editor of Lethbridge Living magazine. She had previously worked as an editorial assistant for the magazine as well as for the Family Centre Society of Southern Alberta, the University of Lethbridge Faculty of Fine Arts, and the Southern Alberta Ethnic Association.



Peter Mah Poy

Wind Turbine Technician

Peter sent the alumni office this update: “I was hired by Sky Climber as a traveling technician right after graduation from the program. They sent me to southern Ontario and then to Cape Scott on Vancouver Island.  I was headhunted by Vestas and placed at the Tumbler Ridge. B.C., site.  I have been to the Portland, Ore., Vestas training site and Manitoba where I competed in the Wind Warriors Challenge. I hope to continue to train and upgrade my skill sets with Vestas. I love what I do and look forward to the challenges and opportunities that each day presents.”



Jennifer Rowley          

Practical Nursing

Jennifer is working fulltime with Alberta Health Services as an LPN.



Mohammed Raqeeb     

Business Administration – General Business

Mohammed writes: “I have joined EMC as a resident architect and have successfully completed many projects and was promoted to senior solutions architect. Most of the time I will be travelling in and around North America and globally to deliver and complete critical challenges.”



Nathalie Porter          

Correctional Studies

Nathalie sent the alumni office this update: “After graduating with my Correctional Studies degree in 2012, I worked in various fields before getting hired on with the BC government in Community Corrections. It took three years of auxiliary work before I managed to score a permanent position, but it was well worth the wait! For anyone who may be looking at work in BC in a related position for the government, the hiring process can be highly competitive, but if you keep at it, it will all work out! I felt highly prepared for my career because of the Correctional Studies program at Lethbridge College and the amazing instructors and mentors I had during my time there. If you are looking at a career in the corrections field, this four-year degree program will give you the best chance of success, and put you ahead of the game. Thank you Lethbridge College!”

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