Services for Employers and Partners
SAIT graduates are driving innovation, building communities and leading business worldwide.
Whether you're looking for emerging talent to fill an internship or entry-level position, or seeking an experienced professional for a senior role, we've got you covered.
Networking and mentorship
Transform the future by using your professional expertise to help shape a student’s career path within your industry! Become a mentor and enhance your leadership skills and personal growth with SAIT’s Industry Mentorship Program, running from January - April 2022. This 12-week program is aimed at providing students with the opportunity to advance their interpersonal communication skills, grow their professional network, enhance their understanding of the workplace and explore potential career paths.
Please note this iteration of the program will be matching mentors with students from the following areas:
- School of Construction programs
- School of Business programs
- Bachelor of Hospitality and Tourism Management
- Film and Video Production
- Radio, Television and Broadcast News
- Students from the 2SLGBTQ+ community
If you identify with any of the areas listed and would like to participate as a mentor, please contact email@example.com.
Am I eligible to apply?
To be a mentor, you must meet the following requirements;
- Have a My Career Hub employer account (please note you are not obligated to use the system to recruit)
- Be able to commit to the 12-week program (January 24 – April 15, 2022)
- Be able to commit to a minimum of 6 hours of pre-scheduled meetings
- Follow SAIT COVID-19 vaccination guidelines
What is the time commitment?
- Submit your mentor application (15 minutes)
- Complete training (30 minutes)
- Meet with your mentee a minimum of 6 hours over the 12 weeks
- Complete a mid-point and post program survey (10 minutes)
Will I be provided with any training and support?
Yes. You will have access to a training presentation and manual which will be available via My Career Hub. The training presentation will run for approximately 30 minutes. We suggest referring to the manual during the program if needed.
You will also be able to contact the Industry Mentorship Coordinator and/or program administrators before, during and after the program.
How do I apply?
- Register for an ‘Employer’ account on My Career Hub
- Once your registration is approved you will be able to log in and apply to be a mentor via the SAIT Industry Mentorship tab on your dashboard. The deadline to have your mentor application submitted is Wednesday, Jan. 19, 2022
You will have access to a user guide located in the Resources tab in My Career Hub (Resources > Industry Mentorship > User Guides: Mentor - Industry Mentorship Module) which can assist you with the application process.
How is my mentee selected?
The system provides a compatibility percentage based on both of your applications. Questions such as industry, availability and areas of interest will determine this percentage.
Are there other mentorship opportunities?
Ten Thousand Coffees
With the shift to remote work, it can feel almost impossible to connect directly with students and alumni – that’s where Ten Thousand Coffees (10KC) comes in. 10KC is a platform that allows students, alumni, and employers to connect and build meaningful relationships through virtual informal coffee chats, in order to keep the conversation and collaboration flowing.
Virtual industry mentorship circles
Host a virtual industry mentorship circle, where we invite experienced professionals to lead an open discussion about career preparation with SAIT students and alumni. Topics may include smart networking strategies, tips for navigating the workplace, career search techniques, and more. As the mentor you get to decide on the topic, however, we’re always happy to offer up suggestions!
Introducing co-curricular record
A SAIT education amounts to more than just grades. It's built on everything a student does — inside and outside the classroom. A co-curricular record (CCR) is an official SAIT document that complements a student's academic transcript. It allows students to track, reflect on and showcase the essential skills they gain through volunteering, club membership, mentoring, tutoring and more.
Ready to hire?
Virtual employer sessions
Virtual employer sessions are a great way to promote your organization and news about upcoming job opportunities with students and recent graduates from targeted SAIT programs. Target your session to a specific school or program, and customize your event for networking or recruitment. Plus, we host a Career Fair every February.
To submit a request for a virtual employer session, please complete our online request form.
Contact us for more information on industry nights, presentations for our student clubs and on-campus interview sessions.
Did you know that you can hire a practicum/co-op student, or that your organization can submit a project for one of our many capstone courses?
To find out more about SAIT’s work-integrated learning (WIL) opportunities and how you can connect with our students in the classroom, contact our Work Integrated Learning Liaison.
My Career Hub
My Career Hub is accessible to students and alumni and serves as an online portal to all things career advancement at SAIT. allows employers to advertise job opportunities to SAIT students and alumni for free. With over 30,000 registered users, it serves as an online portal to all things career advancement at SAIT. Post a targeted job posting to a specific school or program aimed at either students or alumni. The site also contains a resource library with important links and resources about things like federal grants for hiring summer students, employer rights and responsibilities, and tips for writing an effective job ad.
Join My Career Hub to post job opportunities and register for on-campus recruitment events, such as Career Fair.
- Go to My Career Hub
- Click on Employers
- Submit the registration form
Once your account has been approved, you’ll be able to log in using the email address and password you used during registration.
Don't forget to opt into our email distribution list to be notified about upcoming events and workshops, industry nights, networking opportunities and more.
To get started, create your account.
Canada Alberta Job Grant
The Canada Alberta Job Grant (CAJG) is a great way to support and invest in your employees with training that meets current or future skill requirements.
Workplace equity, diversity and inclusion
Career Advancement Services is committed to connecting SAIT students and alumni with employers who value a diverse and inclusive workforce. Our team works closely with SAIT services that support students from equity-seeking groups to ensure they have access to job search support.