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2014
Donation to College
Local Company Celebrates Milestone with Donation to St. Clair College
To commemorate 40 years in business, Arlen Tool has donated $40,000 to St. Clair College's School of Skilled Trades. "In honour of our 40 years of business, we were searching for a way to give back to the community, so we decided to donate to St. Clair College," said Arlen Tool president Steven Lenardon. The company has committed $4,000 a year in scholarships over the next 10 years...
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Culinary Students
Culinary Management Students Bake for a Cause
'Tis the season for giving back and St. Clair College's Culinary Management program has found an organization that can benefit from their baking skills. As part of the program's curriculum, students are required to organize a mass bake sale each year, market it and then choose a local organization to donate some proceeds to...
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Leah Borneman on the Ellen Show
Aspiring Performing Arts Student on The Ellen Show - Again!
Eighteen year old Brampton student, Leah Borneman made headlines when she appeared on the Ellen Show earlier this fall. After winning $15,000 her story was covered on Canada AM, where she said she wanted to come to St. Clair College...
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Firefighting Students
Firefighting Students Spread the Word
The Leamington Fire Service, along with the Province of Ontario, kicked off the Carbon Monoxide Detector campaign last week with the help of our Pre Service Firefighting students...
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OCMC Awards
Ontario Colleges Marketing Competition Results
St. Clair College is very proud of our Marketing Faculty and Team. We may be small but we are mighty! Results from the Ontario Colleges Marketing Competition...
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Lauren Dow
Sonography Education Day
On Saturday, November 1, 2014, the Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program held its Second Annual Education Day Sonography Symposium here at St Clair College...
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Job Fair 2015
Job Fair 2015
St. Clair College and the University of Windsor will have upcoming graduates attend the Job Fair 2015 on January 21st...
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Cellphone Distractions
Surrender Your Phones: St. Clair Professor Looking to End Cellphone Distractions
A St. Clair College professor is looking to end cellphone distractions in the classroom with a new creative method asking students to surrender their hand-held device...
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SRC President Sarah Ryrie
STUDENT PRESIDENT FILLS FOOD BANK!
SRC President Sarah Ryrie wanted to share her good fortune with students on campus. See the CBC story below.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/windsor/student-sells-car-uses-cash-to-buy-food-for-those-in-need-1.2834029


Leah Borneman on Canada AM
From Canada AM to St. Clair College - Music Theatre Performance hopeful gets support from the College
After a stint on the Ellen DeGeneres show where she won $15,000 Leah Borneman had the opportunity to tell her story on Canada AM. When she said she wanted to come to St. Clair College to study Music Theatre Performance, the College sprang into action to offer some additional help...
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Powerline Donation
Powerline Technician First Year Students Receive Big Donation
Thanks to the hard work of Gary Keith, professor and coordinator of the Powerline Technician program, AGO Industries from London has once again donated $50,000 worth of clothing to the first year Powerline Technician students...
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HackWE Event
Two St. Clair Students Win Top Prize at HackWE Hackathon
St. Clair College students took their computer knowledge outside the classroom to a local competition during National Science and Technology Week. Meghan O'Donnell and Meagan Park, second year students in the Internet Applications and Web Development program, won the best student project at the HackWE 3.0 Hackathon using data from Ontario endangered species...
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Womens Cross Country
St. Clair College Saints Women's Cross Country Take OCAA Silver
The St. Clair College Women's Cross Country team ran to a team Silver Medal at the OCAA Provincial Championship hosted by Seneca College in King City Saturday and qualified for the CCAA National Championships in Calgary, AB in two weeks' time...
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2014 Baseball Champs
St. Clair College Wins 2nd Consecutive OUA/OCAA Baseball Championship
On Sunday the St. Clair College Saints Men's Baseball team won their 2nd consecutive OUA/OCAA Championship by defeating Brock University twice at Lacasse Park in Tecumseh. The Saints topped Brock in the first game 3-2 at noon and needed the extra game in the double knock-out format to win the Championship...
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Jeff Carrier speaks to students via Skype
Young Entrepreneur Talks to Students About Innovative Mobile Marketing and Social Media Campaign
Sometimes the best way to learn a concept is by seeing it put into action. That's exactly what happened when a 21-year-old entrepreneur agreed to do a class lecture via Skype. Jeff Carrier, owner of Emagine Solution in Montreal, gave the class all of the inside scoop on his social media and mobile marketing campaign that saw his video for Reviveaphone go viral and increase his sales dramatically...
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Two Teams Win Gold
Two St. Clair Baseball Teams Won Gold Medals
St. Clair College is in deep celebration mode after a pair of gold medals were won this past weekend in OCAA Championship play. Saints Men's Baseball and Women's Softball teams continued their hot streaks by winning the OCAA Provincial Gold Medals...
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Softball
St. Clair's Patteson Named OCAA Women's Softball Player of the Year
St. Clair College's Skyler Patteson was named the 2014 Ontario Colleges Athletic Association women's softball player of the year Thursday evening after a record-breaking season. The young first baseman from Guelph, Ont., led the OCAA in three key offensive categories...
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Softball
St. Clair College Women's Softball Take Pennant
The St. Clair College Women's Softball team capped a fine season with an 11-3 win over Fanshawe College Tuesday night at Stronach Park in London and with it claimed the OCAA regular season crown...
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Volleyball
Volleyball teams bring home Bronze Medal in Tournament Play
The St. Clair College men’s and women’s volleyball teams won bronze medals at the 12th Annual Overkill Fanshawe College Kick Off Tournament in London last weekend...
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Group Photo
St. Clair College Receives $1 Million Donation From the Toldo Foundation.
Building Named in Anthony P. Toldo's Honour.

St. Clair College is pleased to announce that its premier Health Science Centre has been named in honour of a generous benefactor. The Anthony P. Toldo Centre for Applied Health Sciences was unveiled today at the College’s south campus...
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Golf Team Photo
Women’s Golf Team Bring Home Gold Medal!
The St. Clair College women’s varsity golf team continued their strong play during the final round of the OCAA Golf Championships on Wednesday. The Saints ended up winning the team gold medal for the second time in team history. St. Clair finished 42 strokes ahead ...
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Golf Bag
Women’s Golf Team Currently Ranked 2nd in Canada
The St. Clair College varsity women’s golf team is off to a good start this season. The Saints took part in two invitational tournaments recently and won both. This past Saturday, the team travelled to London to take part in the Fanshawe College Invitational at Forest City ...
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Devin Pavao, Robert Nguyen and Paula Barcante
Skills Ontario Gold Medalist Strikes it Big at Hack-A-Thon
Just like the witches in "The Wizard of Oz", there are good hackers and bad hackers in the world. St. Clair's Devin Pavao is a very, very good hacker. In the mainstream media, the term "hacking" most often appears in its negative sense: "to circumvent security and break...
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Mary Uniac Building
New Cutting Edge Simulation Mannequins Arrive at Thames Campus
St. Clair College Thames Campus is thrilled to announce that it has received two new Simulation (SIM) mannequins to enhance training for students in the Nursing and Practical Nursing programs. The total value of the equipment is $45,000...
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Getting Pampered
Students Get Hands-On Learning Thanks to Hospice of Windsor
The College's Hairstyling program made a whole bunch of people feel pampered this week with haircuts, colour and styling. Eighteen people from Hospice of Windsor were treated to this great experience thanks to the students and staff at the College. Comments like...
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Convocation Proposal
St. Clair College Convocation Proposal
At the St. Clair College 47th Annual Convocation, Vincent Poudrier took to the stage to propose to Alysha McNamee, a Veterinary Technician Graduate! She said YES!!!
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Sydney Taylor Medals
A Gold and Silver Medal For Graduating Graphic Design Student
St. Clair College is thrilled to announce that Sydney Taylor has brought home a Silver Medal in Graphic Design from the National Skills competition held recently at the International Centre, Toronto! On the heels of her Gold Medal win at the Ontario Technological Skills Competition in Waterloo...
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Red Cross Award
St. Clair College Aquatics Services receives Canadian Red Cross Award for Third Year in a Row
For the third year in a row, Aquatic Services at St. Clair College was named the Top Training Partner in Ontario by the Canadian Red Cross. The award recognizes the College for its achievement in Swimming and Water Safety programs across the country for 2013...
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Skills Comp Winners
Four St. Clair College Teams Earn Prestigious Spot In National Skills Competition
After earning four gold medals at the Skills Canada - Ontario competition in Waterloo earlier this month, students from St. Clair College advance to the national Skills Canada competition held June 5 & 6 at the International Centre in Toronto...
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Gazebos On Campus
Student Project Spruces Up the Campus!
The 2013-14 class of Carpentry Techniques left the program’s "traditional monuments" on campus: a pair of gorgeous cedar gazebos. The previous year’s class projects were installed on the front lawn area of the Centre for Construction Innovation and Production and in the “Maple City”...
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College Announces Inovative Partnership with AKO Fratmen Football
College Announces Inovative Partnership with AKO Fratmen Football
St. Clair College and the Windsor AKO Fratmen Football organization today announced a new and innovative partnership that will provide college bound students with the opportunity to play in the Canadian Junior Football League. Dr. John Strasser, President of St. Clair College and Mike Morencie...
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Student Athletes receive honours at recent Athletics Banquet
Student Athletes receive honours at recent Athletics Banquet
Two prestigious awards were handed out at the recent Athletics Banquet. The Mason MacDonald, Athlete of the Year Award was presented to Gabriel Poulino & Alexa Georgiou. This award is presented to the graduating male and female student-athletes who have displayed...
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College Culinary Specialist Takes 2nd Place!
College Culinary Specialist Takes 2nd Place!
Chef de Cuisine and College staffer David Nugent took 2nd place in the prestigious Michigan ICES International Cake competition held in Detroit recently. The theme of the cakes had to reflect the “Steam Punk” era...
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2014 SOE Poster Winner
Student Wins Shores of Erie Poster Contest
Third year Graphic Design student, Sydney Taylor won the 10th Annual Shores of Erie Wine Festival poster contest. Her award winning design reflects the heritage of the highly popular annual event that takes place...
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2014 MVP Athletes
Two Saints Named as MVP's at All Star Games
4th year setter Josh Lynch (Windsor, ON/Western) of the St. Clair College Men’s Volleyball team along with rookie guard Shannon Kennedy (Windsor, ON/St. Joseph’s) of the Saints Women’s Basketball team both were named MVP at their respective All-Star Games in Oshawa Saturday hosted by Durham College...
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Advertising Students Bring Home Bronze Medal
Advertising Students Bring Home Bronze Medal
Third year Advertising & Marketing Communications students brought home a Bronze Medal in the GRIP Juicer Competition held in Toronto last week. The "Orange Juicer" competition is an annual student competition in which teams from across North America go head to head to win a campaign pitch in front of a real GRIP client...
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Vanier BDC Case Challenge
Vanier BDC Case Challenge
The School of Business and IT is very pleased to congratulate coaches Steve Janisse, Nicole Rourke, Floyd Simpkins and Tony Mao on the success of their students at the Vanier BDC Case Challenge this past weekend...
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2013
Interior Design Students Win Caesars Windsor Award
Interior Design Students Win Caesars Windsor Award
This semester, the Interior Design program had the opportunity to team up with the world-class, Four-Diamond Hotel at Caesars Windsor to generate some conceptual ideas for several of their award-winning hotel suites...
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