The University of Lethbridge has a long and proud tradition of providing quality programming and support for students from the First Nations, Metis and Inuit community.
Our FNMI graduates have achieved success in a broad spectrum of careers, and many continue to share their vision of success with our current students as faculty, staff, speakers and alumni mentors.
We're proud of our alumni and want to hear your stories and share in your achievements. Be sure to keep in touch with us - click here to update your contact information and let us know how you're doing.
Read the stories below to hear about what some of our grads have accomplished.
Featured alumna - Jennifer Campeau
Jennifer Campeau, BMgt 2008, MBA
Jennifer Campeau was first elected to the Saskatchewan Legislature in the 2011 provincial election.
"I am starting a PhD program and am working as a Sessional Lecturer at the Edwards School of Business. One of the main things I attribute to my success in school is my returning to my traditional ways and values I grew up with.
"Sometimes the path to success is a little lonely, but your real friends will realize that you need a little space to do what you have to do to finish school."
Dana Wells, BMgt 2008
Dana’s skills in organization and project management have helped her build a career in family and social services.