Cambridge - Reuter Drive campus

Conestoga Skilled Trades Campus (CSTC)

New campus opening fall 2022

Conestoga College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning, Ontario’s leader in trades and apprenticeship training, is developing a skilled trades campus to address the province’s critical need for skilled workers.

Opening in fall 2022, the new campus will deliver apprenticeship and post-secondary programs in the industrial/manufacturing and construction trades as the first phase in a multi-year development plan.

Cambridge - Reuter Drive campus

25 Reuter Drive
Cambridge, ON N3E 1A9

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Located on more than 40 acres next to highway 401, the first phase of this campus will feature a 322,000 sq ft building with more than150,000 sq ft of shops and labs, designed and equipped to meet the unique requirements of trades education and training.

Addressing the skilled labour shortage

Attracting new entrants into trades education and training programs is the first step towards addressing Ontario’s skilled trades talent shortage. As skilled labour shortages become increasingly widespread across the province, Conestoga is focused on modernizing apprenticeship and skilled trades training by consolidating and expanding the college’s full complement of trades programs at a single campus. This new, modern facility will help raise the profile of the skilled trades and attract a broader, more diverse student population.

Industry collaboration & corporate partnerships

Conestoga is growing to keep pace with student, industry and community expectations. We collaborate with community leaders and industry professionals to build partnerships that support the success of our students and communities.

Connect with us to learn more about volunteer opportunities and how to partner with Conestoga, including information on our Program Advisory Committees (PACs), co-operative education and work-integrated learning experiences as well as employer incentives for those who support these initiatives.


The Conestoga Skilled Trades Campus will provide an attractive and engaging environment for students and faculty. It will support advanced training methods and techniques that utilize augmented and virtual reality simulations. 

Renderings courtesy of WalterFedy, Moriyama & Teshima Architects in joint venture

Investing in trades & apprenticeship

This high-profile campus will draw significant attention to skilled trades training, attracting additional students and establishing both the college and our region as leaders in addressing Ontario’s skilled trades workforce needs.

We invite our partners and friends to join us by making an early investment in the Conestoga Skilled Trades Campus. Your gift can take the form of cash, equipment, tools and materials, scholarships and student awards or other in-kind support.

Find out more

To learn more about the campus, contact:
Suzanne Moyer, Dean, School of Trades & Apprenticeship
Julia Biedermann, Project Consultant

To discuss sponsorship and gift opportunities, contact:
Julie Gillis, Manager, Donor Relations & Stewardship

To learn more about apprenticeships and skilled trades programming, visit the School of Trades & Apprenticeship.