As an employer in the world’s fastest growing industry, you have positions to fill and projects to complete. What you need are people with the right combination of cutting-edge knowledge and practical experience. People with the skills and diplomacy to ease comfortably into your organization. People with the talent to help your business make inroads into the new economy.
It's a tall order. We're up to the challenge.
Students in the final semester of their program, participate in work-integrated learning opportunities — students work in multi-disciplinary teams on real-life and open-ended challenges under the supervision of a faculty member with industry-experience in your problem area. Students in the capstone project will apply research, critical thinking, communication and presentation skills.
Do you have a potential capstone project topic for our students?
Participating in a capstone project will involve a small time commitment from organizations. Clients should be invested in the proposed topic and should be relevant to the schools disciplines. Finally, companies should specify their ability to share information and whether or not a non-disclosure agreement would be required.
Meeting industry demand is what SAIT's School for Advanced Digital Technology programs are all about. We start with input from industry leaders. Add leading educators who are experts in their field. Introduce innovative delivery methods. Utilize only the latest technology — our facilities and equipment are state-of-the-art.The work experience program offers you:
|Business Intelligence||April and August|
|Object-Oriented Software Development||April and October|
|Network Systems Specialist||April and October|
|Web Developer||January and April|
We ask that you, the employer:
|Program and Facilitator||Availability||Conditions|
|Graphic Communications and Print Technology||Jan. – April inclusive||1 week – unpaid|
|Film and Video Production||Sept. – April inclusive||3 weeks – unpaid|
|New Media Production and Design||Jan. – April inclusive||4 weeks (or 2 days per week up to entire semester) – unpaid|
|Radio, Television and Broadcast News - Broadcast News||Jan. – April inclusive||4 weeks – unpaid|
|Radio, Television and Broadcast News - Radio||Jan. – April inclusive||3 weeks – unpaid|
|Radio, Television, and Broadcast News - Television||Jan. – April inclusive||3 weeks – unpaid|
For additional information on industry partnership opportunities please contact our Work Integrated Learning Coordinator