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Live in Lethbridge and Train for a Great Career Here, Too!

The team at the Lethbridge campus are committed to your success. We will assist you from the beginning of your studies, right through to finding a job in your chosen career field.

 

Located in the south quadrant of the city, the Lethbridge campus of Reeves College is nestled in the downtown core. Students will be close to Park Place Mall, restaurants boasting cuisines from around the world (Italian, Mexican, Japanese and more!) and will be walking distance to Galt Gardens, a public square perfect for studying on a sunny day. Lethbridge is home to several exciting cultural attractions like Fort Whoop-up, a former whiskey post during prohibition, the breathtaking Nikka Yuko Japanese Garden and Indian Battle Park, a commemorative site of the 1870 battle between the Cree and Blackfoot First Nations. You’ll never be bored while studying at Reeves College in Lethbridge.

 

Address:

Reeves College, Lethbridge Campus
435 5th Street South (lower level)
Lethbridge, Alberta
T1J 2B6

Programs offered at Lethbridge campus
Business
Accounting & Payroll AdministrationAccounting TechnicianBusiness Administration ManagementHospitality ManagementOffice Administration
Health Care
Addictions & Community Services WorkerMedical Office Administration
Legal
Legal AdministrationLegal Assistant
Things to Do in Lethbridge

Lethbridge is a cultured college town just two hours south of Calgary. Sitting on the doorstep of the Rocky Mountainsis, this scenic and historic city offer plenty to see and do for both residents and visitors alike.

 

Outdoor enthusiasts will love Lethbridge's plentiful parks and green spaces. Alexander Wilderness Park is a 42 hectare nature reserve bordered by the Oldman River. It's a great place to hike and bird watch and pelicans can be spotted here in the spring and summer. The Lethbridge Nature Reserve consists of 82 hectares of protected land and has several self-guided nature trails which lead visitors through the flood plain and coulees (a network of large rolling hills). For an urban picnic, head over to Galt Gardens, which has served as a public square since 1885, or discover the eastern charm of the Nikka Yuko Japanese Garden.

 

Lethbridge is home to the world's largest high level bridge, the Lethbridge Viaduct (commonly called the High Level Bridge), which is 314 feet and crosses the Oldman River. Lethbridge has fantastic educational options for a city of its size, which gives it a fun, youthful college town vibe. The University of Lethbridge is housed in a unique building on the top of the hillside. Lethbridge's student population means the city has more than its fair share of music and cultural events, and university sports to check out.

 

Golfers will love Lethbridge's variety of golf courses such as the Henderson Lake Golf Course, Paradise Canyon Golf and Country Club, or Bridge Valley Golf Club. There are also plentiful swimming pools, such as the state-of-the-art Max Bell Regional Aquatic Centre, and six ice rinks, in addition to outdoor skating on Henderson Lake and Nicholas Sheran Lake.

 

Lethbridge has a thriving arts and culture scene. The Yates Memorial Centre and Sterndale Bennett Theatre host plenty of entertaining theatre productions.  Lethbridge also hosts several annual festivals and events including Whoop-Up Days, the Dragonboat Festival, the Annual Air Show, the Changing Faces of our Community anti-racism event, and the Street Machine Weekend.

 

The area's rich history can be explored at Fort Whoop Up and the Sir Alexander Galt Museum. During the Second World War, Japanese Canadians were forcibly relocated from the West Coast to the Lethbridge area where they were made to work as farm labourers. This accounts for a strong Japanese cultural presence today, a fine example being the impressive Nikka Yuko Japanese Garden. Also standing as a symbol for amends now made, the garden's name means Japanese and Canadian friendship.

Places to Volunteer in Lethbridge

Volunteering is a great way to build your resume and your professional network. Here are some Lethbridge organizations that may need the assistance of volunteers:

 

  • Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Lethbridge   
  • Blankets for Canada Society   
  • Canadian Mental Health Association, Alberta South Region   
  • Chinook Regional Health Authority   
  • Lethbridge Community Foundation
  • Lethbridge Family Services: Immigrant Services   
  • Nord-Bridge Senior Citizens Association   
  • Southern Alberta Art Gallery Association   
  • Southern Alcare Society and Industries   
  • Streets Alive Family Support Association   
  • The Lethbridge Association for Community Living   
  • The Lethbridge Senior Citizens Organization   
  • United Way of Lethbridge and District
  • Volunteer Lethbridge Association
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