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Southern Alberta students participate in Try a Trade

On Tuesday and Wednesday evening, students from across southern Alberta visited a wide variety of businesses for the Try a Trade event.
It represented a unique opportunity for students interested in careers in the trades to get some first-hand experience in real-world settings with local employers. Students and their parents spent the evening at various sites and learned from skilled tradespeople in a hands-on environment.
Students received a brief orientation and tour of the site and proceeded to learn some new skills related to specific trades, all in a small group setting.
For more information, please see the video below, which features Andrew Krul, Lethbridge School Division's Off-Campus Education Co-ordinator, along with Mitch Fowler of Lethbridge Fire and Emergency Services and Kayla Reyes from Bella Elite Beauty Academy.
Division students Bri Guzzi and Winston Churchill High School and Kyran Ouellette from Lethbridge Collegiate Institute also share their experiences.

Businesses that participated in Try and Trade included:
Adora Kitchens Ltd.
Airtech Heating & Air Conditioning Ltd.
Alberta AG Centre
Bella Elite Beauty Academy
Coaldale Fire Department
Lethbridge Fire and Emergency Services
Coaldale RCMP
D & D Machine Works Ltd.
Davis GMC Buick
deGraaf Excavating Ltd
DIESELR Corp.
DMT Industrial Fabrication
Earthlings Inc.
Fix Auto
Headwater Equipment
Horizon Truck and Auto
Intercontinental Truck Body Ltd
Kal Rob Machining Ltd.
Kodiak Heating & Air Conditioning
Kustom Auto Body
OSL Integrated
Southland International Trucks Ltd.
Southwest Design & Construction
Summit Motors
Vanee Farm Centre Inc.
Zero Gravity Crane & Rigging Inc.

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