About Red River College
At Red River College, we take pride in our students’ achievements because they’re the reason we are here. Our goal is to provide the highest quality education available, leading our learners straight to employment. We strive to keep our curriculum on the cutting edge through partnerships with industry and by using state-of-the-art equipment. Our –
Work at RRC
We offer competitive salaries, extensive benefits, and the opportunity for personal and professional growth in a rewarding career. We’re also one of Manitoba’s Top Employer, one of Canada’s Best Diversity Employers, and one of Canada’s Greenest Employers. Our Environment Red River College is a place of energy, opportunity, change and inspiration. RRC employs more than 2,000 people, including full-time and part-time faculty, administration and support staff. We offer an innovative, progressive workplace and we care about our employees. It shows through the type of environment we have created: one that mirrors the values of our employees, including family, community, sustainability and partnerships. RRC is an outstanding place to work; here diversity is embraced, success is celebrated and innovation is encouraged – check out our People Profiles to learn more. Our Purpose Red River College of Applied Arts, Science and Technology is a post-secondary, applied learning educational institute. RRC offers more than 200 full- and part- time degree, diploma, certificate and apprenticeship programs, and has more than 32,000 annual enrolments.
Paul Vogt, President and CEO
On August 17, 2015, Paul Vogt joined Red River College as its fifth President and CEO. Paul holds a B.A. (Honours) in Political Studies at the University of Manitoba, where he earned a Rhodes Scholarship and pursued graduate studies at Oxford University (where he earned an MPhil Politics degree) and at Princeton University. Over the past 25 years, Paul taught at the University of Manitoba, the University of Winnipeg and Canadian Mennonite University. He has lectured on a wide range of subjects, including public administration and governance, Canadian politics, political theory, feminist theory and economics. He was a Visiting Scholar at the University of Manitoba in 2013/14 and taught in the University of Manitoba’s and University of Winnipeg’s Masters in Public Administration program. Paul was head of the public service in Manitoba for eight years. He joins Red River College after serving as an Executive in Residence at the University of Manitoba and advising on the development of a multi-year post-secondary education strategy for Manitoba. He also helped to establish the province’s new Advisory Committee on Advanced Education.