On March 18, 2015, 17 recipients from across Canada were honoured by Prime Minister Stephen Harper for their volunteer contributions. Among the recipients was Deborah Olukoju, an EAL Counsellor/Advisor here at MITT. Deborah received the Prime Minister’s Volunteer Award for Community Leadership, and she was the sole recipient for the Prairie region, which includes Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. Earlier this week, Deborah received her award at a ceremony in Toronto. To read more about this prestigious award and Deborah’s contributions to the community, please go to: http://pm.gc.ca/eng/prime-ministers-volunteer-awards.
Expansion at Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology Will Create More Opportunities to Train for Good Jobs in Manitoba: Minister Bjornson
Students at the Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology (MITT) can look forward to a major campus expansion that will include a new welding shop thanks to a $4-million investment by the Manitoba government, Education and Advanced Learning Minister Peter Bjornson announced today.
The Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology (MITT), along with 13 other colleges from across Canada, signed a ground-breaking, aspirational document today, committing the province’s first hybrid institution to a national plan that will address Indigenous peoples’ learning needs and support self-determination and socio-economic development of Indigenous communities. Read More »