Fleming News

Leading Lean in the workplace: special training session at Fleming College

Peterborough ON – (October 15, 2014) – Building on the success of the Lean White Belt training program, Fleming College is offering a new training session for leaders who may be considering implementing Lean in their workplaces. Leading Lean is a one-day workshop that will take place on Friday, Nov. 21 from 8:30 a.m. to Continue Reading

College Information Program: Learning about careers and college

Peterborough ON – (October 10, 2014) – Local students will learn about college programs and the excellent careers available to graduates when the provincial College Information Program (CIP) tour Fleming College’s Sutherland Campus from 10 a.m. to noon on Friday, Oct. 17. About 800 students from high schools across the region will attend CIP at Continue Reading

Fleming College honours Kawartha Trades and Technology Centre donors

Peterborough ON – (October 8, 2014) – The Fleming College “Building Skills, Shaping Futures” campaign ended on a high note today as more than 70 donors, volunteers and staff gathered to celebrate at a special Kawartha Trades and Technology Centre (KTTC) pre-opening ceremony. Guests were treated to tours of the new state-of-the-art facility, which includes Continue Reading

New peer mentoring program for international students

Peterborough ON – (October 8, 2014) – Fleming International Student Services held a welcome reception yesterday, bringing students, faculty and staff, and community members together to welcome new international students to the Sutherland Campus. More than 90 people were in attendance, and the event included welcomes from Tony Tilly, President, Fleming College; Joan Ross, Chair, Continue Reading

Fleming College student receives $5,000 surprise

Peterborough ON – (October 7, 2014) – A Fleming College student received a $5,000 surprise in her class last week. Lindsay Barr, a student in the Personal Support Worker program at the Sutherland Campus, is the winner of Fleming’s 2014 Cash for College contest. Carrie Truman, Manager of Student Recruitment at Fleming, presented Lindsay with Continue Reading

See inside Haliburton School of The Arts via Google’s Business View

Haliburton ON – (October 2, 2014) – If you want to take a tour of Fleming College’s Haliburton School of The Arts (HSTA) but can’t get there in person, a new feature allows inside – and outside – virtual views of the Campus, studios and Sculpture Forest. Via Google’s Business View, desktop and device users Continue Reading

Local students get a chance to picture their future careers

Fleming College is helping local high school students picture their future. Students at St. Peter Secondary School (SPSS) will take part in an event, called Picture Your Future, which uses green-screen technology to take the students’ photos in various career settings such as firefighting, natural resources, nursing and much more. The event promotes the many Continue Reading

Fleming College a partner in new initiative to help students find jobs

NEWS RELEASE FROM THE MINISTRY OF TRAINING, COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES:   Ontario is helping university and college students find good jobs by expanding access to leading-edge technology that provides timely labour market information and connections to business. Magnet, an innovative career-networking platform, uses technology developed in partnership with Ryerson University’s Digital Media Zone to collect Continue Reading

Fleming Serves – United Way Day of Caring

Fleming College students participated in the third annual Fleming Serves United Way Day of Caring on Saturday, Sept. 20. The day was a wonderful success, with students contributing over 250 hours of volunteer time for local non-profit agencies. Students from the Sutherland Campus spread out across Peterborough to volunteer with agencies – Youth Emergency Shelter, Continue Reading

New programs spur enrolment growth at Haliburton School of The Arts

Haliburton ON – (September 22, 2014) – Fleming College’s Haliburton Campus has seen a significant increase in new students this fall. First semester enrolment at the campus is up 10.4% over the same time last year. The campus, home to the Haliburton School of The Arts (HSTA), recently launched two new programs, which is helping Continue Reading