What we’re doing is working. You can help us grow.
A new energy is building in Manitoba. Industry is evolving, and the need for a highly-skilled and advanced workforce has never been more prevalent than it is today. The need for post-secondary education to anticipate the future needs of Manitoba’s economy has never been more important.
This is an energy that will shape the way education and industry work together for generations to come.
From the ground up, Red River College is shaping that relationship with industry and developing three new spaces devoted to applied learning in trades and technology. At the centre of it all, is our expansion in Winnipeg’s Exchange District where we’re creating a new space dedicated to industry-led applied research, entrepreneurship, Indigenous education, and social innovation and enterprise.
A space that will create a collision of industry partnerships, integrating one program with another to work together on solutions to help industry innovate and come together to tackle real world issues in an advanced learning environment, while training our students for the jobs of the future.
Results speak. 94 per cent of Red River College students find work in their chosen industry within six months of graduation*. A large part of that is because of the partnerships we build in our communities and with industry.
We’re working for you and we’re working with you.
We send our grads out the door to respond to the current and future needs of our province.
We have the capacity to adapt and evolve when our partners tell us the needs have changed or grown.
We work to make sure our grads are equipped not only to succeed, but to thrive.
With your support today, what we’re doing is going to work for generations to come.
Your commitment will ensure our graduates meet and exceed your needs, because 98 per cent of RRC graduates choose to stay and work in Manitoba. To increase momentum and opportunities for innovation, we respectfully ask for your commitment to that partnership.
*2016/17 Graduate Satisfaction and Employment Report