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SAIT opens new machining lab SAIT is celebrating the grand opening of the newly renovated Gene Haas Foundation CNC Lab.
The only constant is change in the MacPhail School of Energy SAIT is meeting the needs of students and an ever-changing energy industry.
SAIT centre inspires future of skilled workers Illustrating all that SAIT has to offer is the purpose and mission behind the Career Exploration Centre.
Machining an industry-ready education CNC machines in the newly renovated Gene Haas Foundation CNC Lab mirror the equipment students will operate when they enter industry.
The house that SAIT students built In the Founding Builders Home Lab, students gain the hands-on experience of building 1,500 or 1,600-square-foot bungalows from the ground up.
Scotiabank invests in student success Scotiabank has donated $375,000 to help SAIT stay at the cutting edge of digital technology and to support our business students in pursuit of successful careers.
Connecting with the President SAIT President and CEO, Dr. David Ross invited industry and community leaders to stay connected with SAIT at the annual President's Dinner on Thursday, March 8.
SAIT victory set in stone Donor support fuels first place win for SAIT Great Northern Concrete Toboggan Race Team.
Legacy: A life that keeps on giving Bob and Gina Sobol established the Chef Jonathan Sobol Memorial Award at SAIT in honour of their son.
Care: 100 philanthropic projects for 100 years Jodi Currie, organized the volunteer army that helped complete 203 projects in SAIT's centennial year as part of the 100 Projects Project.
Dedicate: Giving time Jona Way learned the value of volunteering by watching her 80-year-old grandmother giving her time to community organizations.
Innovation: A career with a purpose Kai Fahrion (Apprenticeship Electrician '15) and Gursh Bal (Pre-employment Electrician '12) were the winners of SAIT's 2016 Build Your Business Competition.
Commitment: Chasing a dream Juan Santiago Ghio was the first student to complete the SAIT Summer Cooks program and continue on to the Professional Cooking program at SAIT.
Meet our SAIT Giving Day matching donor RGO Office Products Ltd. has committed $25,000 to match donations from alumni, staff and students over 24 hours, until 7 am Tuesday, Oct. 31.
5 ways SAIT keeps getting better SAIT is expanding to add five new facilities and enriching the student experience.
SAIT cooking program for at-risk youth gets big financial boost The Joyce Family Foundation gives $2 million in support of student success.
Three big birthdays add up to a big gift for students TD Bank Group is marking three historic milestones with a generous gift of $200,000 to SAIT and the UofC.
Instructors honoured with a gift to the RTBN program Eight radio graduates honour the hard work of thier instructors with a donation to the RTBN program.
Raising success for SAIT's concrete toboggan SAIT's crowdfunding program, Raise it Red, brings students and donors together for a winning concrete toboggan team.
Prize helps SAIT alumnus build his business SAIT alumnus Matthew Beacock wins $5,000 Build Your Business Competition prize donated by Jack and Joan Donald.
Reception brings students and donors together Thanks to the generosity of donors, the Student Awards program has more than $5 million dollars available to 4,600 SAIT students.
SAIT's President honours students, partners and history SAIT President and CEO, Dr. David Ross presents the annual President's Awards at a dinner for donors and supporters on Thursday, March 9.
Des Fights Cancer Outstanding Young Alumnus builds fund to help cancer patients and survivors.
Memorial student award named after SAIT chef Jonathan Sobol was more than just one of Alberta’s top promising young chefs; he was a caring thoughtful mentor and volunteer who gave back to his community.
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