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News at Assiniboine
Eighty-two ACC students will graduate from the college’s Parkland Campus in Dauphin later today, celebrating their achievements in front of family, friends and college staff.
ACC is moving forward with a new research initiative to explore greenhouse production and the impact it has on food security in northern climates.
ACC will be awarding Jim Treliving with an honorary diploma in Business Administration at the college’s upcoming graduation ceremony in Brandon on June 12, 2014.
ACC is pleased to announce two new volleyball coaches who will be joining the ACC Cougars for their 2014-15 season. Joel Small and Bryce Wilson will be coaching the men’s and women’s teams respectively.
ACC held a housewarming party earlier today in Dauphin. The event celebrated the work of students and instructors—in partnership with sponsors, suppliers and subcontractors—to construct a two-bedroom, 1,080 square foot ready-to-move (RTM) bungalow.
Assiniboine Community College (ACC) and Habitat for Humanity Manitoba’s (HFHM) Brandon Chapter entered into a partnership today, creating a unique learning experience for students while providing a home to a deserving Habitat family.
Newcomers to Canada with experience in specific transportation trades backgrounds will now have the opportunity to enrol in a trades bridging program offered by ACC.
On Sunday the ACC Women’s Hockey team won 2-0 over the Winnipeg Rage II to claim the title of Senior B Provincial Champions.
ACC announced today that Portage la Prairie, Pine Falls and Dauphin have been selected as the three locations for the next rural rotating practical nursing sites. The two-year Practical Nursing program will start in Portage la Prairie in September 2014, in Pine Falls starting January 2015 and in Dauphin starting September 2015.
ACC recently announced the Early Childhood Education (ECE) Bridging program, which begins in June 2014.