Earlier this week, the Confederation College and Thunder Bay community celebrated the legacy of past President Jim Madder and congratulated him on his retirement with a reception in the new Technology, Education and Collaboration Hub.
Guests enjoyed gourmet food stations featuring creations by our Culinary Management students arranged throughout the venue. As a parting gift, on behalf of himself and his wife Kim, Jim presented President Kathleen Lynch with a painting from Indigenous artist, Goyce Kakegamic.
Inspiring innovation through technology, education and collaboration, the TEC Campaign is designed to provide students of our new TEC Hub with leading-edge equipment and enhanced learning capacity.
Watch the video below to see farewell messages shared with Jim from Confederation College employees and members of the community.
A full album of photos from the event is viewable on the Confederation College Facebook page.