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EDC seminar
Mar. 29  ·  noon - 1 p.m.

MHC's Entrepreneur Development Centre (EDC) is pleased to host a variety of seminars this spring in partnership with ATB and RBC to help students launch their business dreams. The next session is Start Up with JMH&CO. (Drew Jackiw)

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Student Presentation: Protecting Yourself in the Digital World
Wednesday, Mar. 29  ·  4 p.m.
Courtyard Room

MHC's information technology students will be hosting a cyber security session for all students, staff, and faculty.

Cyber security session
Thursday, Mar. 30  ·  11 a.m.
Crowfoot Room

Join members of MHC's IT department for an informative session on cyber security and how it relates to your job. Topics include email security, how to detect phishing, and recent examples of online scams.

Connecting Students to Business
Thursday, Mar. 30  ·   5:30 p.m.
Medicine Hat Lodge

Students and community business leaders are invited to mix and mingle at this annual networking event. Enjoy supper from the Medicine Hat Lodge and be inspired by MHC's Business Person of the Year Award winners, Chris and Perry Deering of Deerview Meats.

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World Health Week
Apr. 4 - 6
Various locations

Join MHC as it recognizes World Health Day! This year's theme is Depression: Let's Talk. Several activities will be held on campus throughout the week, including:

Urban Poling
Tuesday, Apr. 4, 12:10 p.m.
Meet in Centennial Hall, then get outside to enjoy the spring weather with some urban poling!

World Health Week Trade Show
Wednesday, Apr. 5, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Visit The Den and check out a variety of exhibits, meet with local service providers, and find resources.

Qi Gong
Thursday, Apr.6, 12: 10 p.m.
Relax with a Qi Gong session in the Cuboid at 12:10 p.m.


Engagement across the disciplines

Teaching the 21st Century Citizen: Engagement across the Disciplines
Wednesday, Apr. 26
Medicine Hat College

The new century places before us a set of interconnected, seemingly insoluble problems: poverty, global climate change, terrorism, ecological degradation, polarization of income, loss of culture, and many more. Emerging questions include those of identity, and what it means to be an individual global citizen intertwined in the process of globalization. How has technology transformed our understanding of cornerstone democratic institutions, such as a free press, privacy, and political activism?  What is our relationship to the world itself? Questions such as this create new demands in educating the next generation of citizens.

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Mental Health First Aid Training
Apr. 27 & 28 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Brooks Campus

There will be free mental health first aid (MHFA) training at Brooks Campus for all interested staff and faculty members. MHFA is the help provided to a person developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis. To register for the training, please contact Tobi Ceh. To learn more about MHFA, visit

JMH&CO. Start Up Company Pitch Competition
Friday, Apr. 28 8:30 - 11
Location to be announced

Join MHC students as they pitch their business concepts to a panel of judges for a chance to win up to $10,000 in start up funding! This event will also include a prototype competition. Everyone is welcome to attend.

Rattler Run
2017 Rattler Run
Saturday, Apr. 29

Rattler Run registration is now open online!

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Looking to run with a group? Join Team MHC today!