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Celebrating friendship by supporting future women in leadership In honour of their 10-year friendship, three SAIT alumnua create a student award to support women in the broadcasting and tourism industries.
SAIT honours students, industry with annual President's Awards SAIT President and CEO, Dr. David Ross presented the awards during the annual President's Dinner.
Métis students set up for success at SAIT SAIT announces $950,000 to remove barriers and support the success of Métis students.
SAITSA makes history with a precedent-setting gift to SAIT SAIT's Students' Association has made a historic $10 million gift to SAIT in support of future plans to create a dedicated space for students.
Legacy bequest establishes the Randy O'Dell Centre for Electrical Trades The Centre will benefit thousands of students in electrical apprenticeship programs within SAIT's MacPhail School of Energy.
Giving Day rings success for SAIT students Over 24 hours on Tuesday, Oct. 30 the SAIT community raised $125,903, all of which will go toward supporting student success.
Matching the spirit of Giving Day gift for gift The Richardson family has made a generous donation that has paved the road to success for SAIT’s second annual Giving Day.
Creating opportunities for growth Student, Kori Ford explains how the Student Success Fund is creating opportunities for her and fellow students to grow beyond the classroom.
Making athletic dreams a reality Two-time Trojans student-athlete and Olympian Melanie McCann thanks the SAIT Adopt-A-Trojan program for allowing her to continue to competing at the national level.
A #SAITGIVES challenge SAIT donor Regan Anderson has set the hashtag challenge for this year's Giving Day in support of students.
Carving out a new career Jamie Arends follows his passion and finds success in SAIT's Butchery and Charcuterie Management program.
Calling for student success As a supervisor for the SAIT Student Calling Program, Cassandra Pillay knows first hand what it means to support students at SAIT.
Education without borders Funding allows SAIT student, Stefanie Lis to go on a service learning trip to Cambodia.
Inspiring a culture of goodwill Vanessa Mendoza, world-renowed chef and instructor in SAIT's Professional Cooking program is hoping her story will inspire a culture of goodwill and mutual support.
Leaving a legacy with purpose A learning disability and a traumatic experience inspired Gloria McGovern (CET '05) to add SAIT to her will in support of future SAIT students.
SAIT grad challenges fellow alumni to give back Jason Klatt (EMT '02) credits his student experience for why he set up an award. He'd like to see more SAIT grads do the same.
Encouragement through tough times Craig Befus was not having a good year but receiving a student award reinforced his decision to stay in school.
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.
Terrance Malkinson: finding and following his passion Legacy donor and SAIT alumnus, Terrance Malkinson talks finding and following his passion
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.
$1 million gift means a new machining lab for SAIT SAIT has received $1 million US from the Gene Haas Foundation to expand and enhance its machining lab in the School of Manufacturing and Automation.
Student yesterday, philanthropist today and tomorrow He may have finished his two-year program at SAIT but when he graduated, Denis Koryakin didn’t forget about his school.
Electrifying Partnership AltaLink partners with SAIT to provide students with a one of a kind electric system simulator.
A little help goes a long way Julia Fowler learned she was going to have a baby and decided to make some major changes.
Award relieves student's financial burdens Elise Wocknitz felt the pressure when she packed her bags and left her hometown of Lethbridge to begin studying at SAIT.
The courage to try Finding a career after university proved to be no easy task, but Julianna Franklin-Hindemith wanted more out of life than just a certificate and an office job.
Giving back, centennial style The Calgary Construction Association (CCA) has established the first endowed student award in honour of SAIT’s Centennial.
Donors tune in to media technology at SAIT Media technology has grown exponentially in importance and SAIT has become a centre of communication education for broadcast and print media.
Building a legacy for generations of alumni Brick by brick, more than 280 alumni are making their mark on campus — just in time for SAIT’s 100th birthday.
Student award a memorial to fallen workers On Thursday, April 28th Canadians marked the Day of Mourning, a day set aside to remember men and women who died in their workplace.
The 2016 SAIT President's Dinner: a gathering of makers, shapers and originals SAIT’s President and CEO, Dr. David Ross, unveiled the Institute’s new brand and logo to a group of 300 donors and friends.
Fund helps build the next century of student success at SAIT For 100 years, SAIT has proudly helped build a stronger Alberta and better Canada through generations of exceptional students.
Goodbye to our friend John Aldred SAIT plays host to a celebration of life for Calgary business leader, John Aldred.
Solid support for a concrete toboggan Crowdfunding gets the word out and raises donations for SAIT’s Great Northern Concrete Toboggan Race team.
A sense of community SAIT has had a long tradition of helping the greater community.Today, the SAIT Trojans are carrying on this tradition of community outreach on campus.
SAIT's Tool Belt “It’s a practical tool for instructors to use that will help students when they work in their industry,“ says Henuset.
Innovation in learning SAIT is continuously looking for new ways to bring innovation into the classroom.
The Evolution of Trades In 2015, the School of Hospitality and Tourism introduced a fast-track cook apprenticeship program.
Founding Builders join forces to benefit Calgary students In celebration of its acquisition of Albi Homes, Brookfield Residential announced a tribute to long-time SAIT supporters, Tom and Debra Mauro.
Student emergency fund saves the day for one SAIT student If it weren't for the support of SAIT's Lamb Learner Success Centre and the I.G. Lewis Student Emergency Fund, Joey Sacrey would not have graduated.
Car enthusiasts come out to honour a young Calgarian Thanks to ‘Show Your Ride for Brandon 2015,’ approximately $15,000 will go to an endowed SAIT student award in memory of Brandon Thomas.
Student gets the surprise of a lifetime A few weeks after filling out his student award application, SAIT student Elijah Santos receives news that he was chosen for a very special student award - the Bissett Bursary.
Student reinvents herself at SAIT Like many young people, Stacey Pettipas didn't have a particular career in mind when she went to university.
Historical clock finds its way back home The clock that kept time for SAIT for almost half a century has been restored and installed in a Heritage Hall showcase in time for next year's 100th birthday.
Employees shout success for SAIT Family Campaign This year, SAIT faculty and staff came together in a big way to support students — raising over $90,000 in support of students through the SAIT Family Campaign.
Competition inspires entrepreneurship in trades people The Journeyman Carpenter's business proposal was the winner in a Dragon's Den style competition run by the SAIT School of Business.
Celebrating outstanding students Approximately 600 students, donors and employees attended two luncheons to celebrate award recipients from five academic schools.
New Tools for Student Success SAIT students have some new high-tech tools to help them achieve success thanks to four major gifts totaling more than $5 million.
Student resource centre receives largest-ever individual donation Thousands of SAIT students will reach their potential as they pursue excellence in applied education, thanks to Trevor and Gail Lamb.
Alumna's legacy will support SAIT students long into the future Karin, who died in October 2014 after a long illness, named SAIT the owner and beneficiary of a life insurance policy to help students long into the future.
Student Calling Program creating opportunities “It led to me getting a great position there,” said Ejaz. “I still had to interview and apply for the position, but I felt like I had already gotten my foot in the door.”
Thermal Systems has a new IDEA SAIT has named one of our six new cutting-edge IDEA Rooms in honour of a financial gift from Thermal Systems.
Suncor Energy invests in SAIT Suncor Energy donated $600,000 to SAIT to support the enhancement of the blended learning apprenticeship programs.
A message from an I.G. Lewis Student Emergency Fund mentor "As a mentor for the I.G. Lewis Student Emergency Fund, I meet with students. I see where your donations go and how they transform lives."
Ludwig family honours their son by supporting SAIT students When Brian Ludwig died, it left his family heartbroken; it also made headlines and shocked the city of Calgary.
Bissett recipients - prepared for success SAIT will welcome the first group of Bissett Bursary recipients, thanks to the generosity of Calgary philanthropist David Bissett.
A wealth of education and experience Ryan Getschel, recipient of an Albi Homes Architectural Technologies student award, hopes to one day open a home building company of his own.
Hard work and good fortune Student award winner, Siranuch Colquhoun, is using her good fortune to help students in the village where she grew up in Thailand.
A leap of faith pays off SAIT student, Christopher Nguyen is grateful for the Cenovus Energy student award he received this year that will allow him to concentrate on his studies and spend more time with his family.
Celebrating awards for education excellence SAIT donors joined students, faculty and staff from the MacPhail School of Energy, the School of Construction and the School of Business to celebrate student awards.
The Pfeiffer family is a SAIT family Irene Pfeiffer established the John H. Pfeiffer Memorial Award to honour her husband who always credited SAIT with helping him reach success after immigrating to Canada.
A welcome gift from Shell Canada Shell Canada helped welcome about 300 Aboriginal high school students to SAIT's Open House last October.
Have classroom, will travel "We need to get some exposure in the high schools and junior highs about all the trades that are available."
Challenge accepted Brett Wilson, entrepreneur and Dragon's Den dragon, wowed a crowd of 600 SAIT business students at a speaking event in November.
The Richardsons pay it forward Wes and Deana Richardson have been loyal supporters of SAIT. Visitors to the third floor of Heritage Hall pass through the Richardson Foyer named in their honour.
Student with iron-will reaps rewards Vanessa Brown is grateful to SAIT for helping her feed two of her life-long passions: athletics and health care.
SAIT President launches the President's Giving Circle SAIT has launched the new President’s Giving Circle to recognize a special group of donors. All donors who make an annual gift of $1,000 or more are invited to join the Giving Circle.
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