Red River College President Talks Future Plans at MBiz Breakfast Launch

Oct 2, 2018 | Chamber News

Just outside the shadows of the Red River College campus in the Exchange District, college president Paul Vogt spoke before an attentive Manitoba Chambers of Commerce audience on the future growth and focus of the institution to launch the new season of the MBiz Breakfast Series Presented by 6P Marketing.

The focus of the 30-minute speech focused on the work that continues on the Red River College Innovation Centre. The 94-million dollar, 100,000-square-foot building, will bring an additional 1,200 students and staff to the Exchange District on top of the 2,500 already there.

With the added students comes new challenges to provide them with the top of line education and development of in-demand programs to help fill the Manitoba job market with much needed skilled workers.

Good crowd starts first breakfast of the new MBiz season with a video about MCC.

Canadian Footwear’s Brian Scharfstein talks about the impacts Red River College is having on the Exchange District and downtown during MBiz breakfast introduction.

RRC president Paul Vogt provides update on Innovation Centre during first MBiz breakfast of the new season.

As he wrapped up his speech, Vogt talked about the focus on future learning the college is undertaking.

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