We are a non- profit club for students at Lethbridge College to volunteer & make their community a better place!
Stay tuned for updates on how we are adapting our club to meet COVID-19 restrictions!
T E S T I M O N I A L S
"The LEO club provided me with an immense amount of opportunities that allowed me to grow both as a leader and as a team member within my college environment. The LEO Club’s heavy community involvement highlights and promotes the service and dedication that police services look for in potential applicants. Combining my Criminal Justice education with the practical experience I obtained volunteering as a LEO, I feel confident moving forward into my future career."
-Cole Hoover, past LEO Club President
My family and I would like to send a heartfelt thank you for the gifts of food and gift cards you sent to us. This really helped out. It’s people like you that make the holidays more special. Thank you. With love from Family #3.
- Family #3
The LEO Club has been sponsoring University students in Sierra Leone since 2017. Today, the club has raised approximately $1,800, which has gone to benefit three university students to date. Two of these attend Njala University and another is at Fourah Bay College, University of Sierra Leone. Depending on the program of study, a year’s fees for a university student in Sierra Leone is, approximately $500.
- Ibrahim Turay, Instructor - Correctional Studies
The LEO Club has been an integral part of the School of Justice Studies since 1967; it offers learners on-campus and community-based volunteer opportunities. Specifically, LEO Club members assist with hosting events with Lethbridge College public safety partners, which provide valuable networking opportunities for their peers. The LEO Club is consistently recognized for its members' professionalism, dedication, and hard work.
- Kirsten Fantazir, Instructor - Policing