Student Groups

Student Groups

Are you looking for ways to connect with other students and share your interests and passions? Join a student group! To find out more about a specific group, just attend the next meeting or contact Student Life to find out more.  

Interested in forming a new student group? See MITT Student Group Guidelines 2019-2020


MITT Indigenous Student's Circle (ISC)

MITT's Indigenous Student's Circle is open to all students who wish to participate in Indigenous cultural events and share similar experiences while attending MITT.

For more information contact

ISC Meetings and Events

  • Gaming Hour
    • Wednesday, December 18th
    • 11:30 am to 12:30 pm
    • Aazhogan Indigenous Student Centre, Henlow Campus

MITT Women in Trades and Technology (WITT)

WITT Intl Womens Day 2019 WITT Intl Womens Day 2019

WITT is a great way to for women at MITT to network, discuss current issues and gain workplace skills relevant to their chosen profession or career path. WITT meets regularly throughout the year to organize activities, such as guest speakers, and to promote events relevant to women entering careers in trades and technology.

WITT Meetings and Events

  • Hamper Drive Challenge sorting, stop by to help sort items with the WITT members for the Christmas hampers.
    • Wednesday, December 18th
    • 11:30 am to 12:30 pm
    • Deltas, Henlow Campus

MITT Pride

MITT Pride strives to empower LGBT2SQIA+ students and staff by providing opportunities to socialize, support each other, and create a safe and accepting campus community. Allies, supporters, or anyone committed to supporting LGBT2SQIA+ people are welcome to participate and join. MITT Pride is shaped by student input and facilitated by a staff member who is also a member of the community.

Activities include: watching and discussing films; anti-bullying Day of Pink campaign; Pride Week awareness on campus; representing MITT in the Pride Winnipeg Parade.

LGBT2SQIA+: lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, Two-Spirit, queer or questioning, intersex, asexual/aromantic, and all other marginalized groups under the diverse umbrella of gender identity and sexual orientation.

For more information contact

MITT Pride Meetings and Events

  • Connecting with Red River College LGBTTQ+ community
    • Wednesday, December 4th
    • 11:30 am to 12:30 pm
    • Aazhogan Indigenous Student Centre, Henlow Campus

Day of Pink 2019 Day of Pink 2019


Professionals in Health Care (PiH)

Professionals in Health Care facilitates student discussions of new topics and developments in health care and helps students build skills essential to health professions. Topics include Essential Skills, physical and mental health, relieving stress, leadership, and more. PiH meets regularly at MITT's Pembina Campus.

PiH Meetings and Events

  • Women’s Shelter Collection (for Willow Place)
    • Thursday, December 12th
    • 11:30 am to 12:30 pm
    • RM139, Pembina Campus

PiH De-Stress Event PiH Health and Wellness Event 2019

PiH Employer Panel PiH Employer Panel 2019

Book club

  • Book of Discussion: The Reader – Bernhard Schlink
    Hannah was a very complicated woman during WWII, her pride led her to be jailed for 20 years.
    • Friday, December 20th
    • 11:30 am to 12:30 pm
    • Aazhogan Indigenous Student Centre, Henlow Campus

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