November 27, 2017
MITT held a unique open house event this past Wednesday, November 22, for students interested in earning their Apprenticeship Level-1 certification in electrical, in French.
October 27, 2017
November is Career and Workforce Development Month in Manitoba. MITT has invited guests to our Henlow and Pembina campuses to help students explore career options. Find a schedule of events here.
October 25, 2017
John Schubert, Chair of MITT’s Governing Board, announced today its selection of Ray Karasevich as MITT’s new President and CEO. Karasevich, who has been with MITT since 2014, has been serving as the Institute’s interim President and CEO since May 2017.
October 23, 2017
Last June, Mike O’Regan was busy trying to drum up apprenticeship carpenters to help build a seniors’ complex in south Winnipeg, when he got a call from YouthBuild asking him if he’d come and speak to students before graduation.
October 20, 2017
Applications for most Fall 2018 programs at MITT are now open. The Institute is proud to offer students more than 28 certificate and diploma programs in skilled trades, healthcare, human services, and information and business technology.
October 16, 2017
A number of changes have been made to admissions to programs at MITT. Please be sure to read and understand this information if you are thinking of applying to MITT in the future.
October 16, 2017
Did you know that the MITT Hairstyling program operates as a fully professional salon? Come in and get a fresh look for Fall. All services performed by Hairstyling Students under the supervision of qualified instructors.
September 22, 2017
On Thursday, September 21, MITT welcomed 32 high school guidance counsellors from across the province for its 2017 Counsellors’ Seminar!
September 18, 2017
Now in its 14 year, the United Way Winnipeg’s annual Plane Pull event felt unapologetically Winnipeg this morning as groups of people cradling warm beverages braved chilly September winds as they waited for their chance to wage tug of war with an airplane. All of it, in the name of giving back to the community.
September 06, 2017
Some of the most important lessons taught at college have less to do with curriculum and more to do with teaching diverse groups of students about one another. That is why MITT has incorporated Indigenous cultural perspectives into the Introduction to College and Work program it provides to international students prior to commencement of their technical or trades programs.
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