Services for Students and Alumni
SAIT students and alumni looking to meet with a Career Advisor can book an in-person or virtual appointment on My Career Hub. Our events will remain virtual until further notice, including career conversations, employer sessions, and industry mentorship circles. Registration is through My Career Hub.
We’ve also created online tutorials that cover resumé and cover letter writing, interview strategies, and how to access our services. If you’re a SAIT instructor and would like to add any of our tutorials to your course on Brightspace, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Start here: My Career Hub
My Career Hub is your online portal to all things career advancement at SAIT.
To get started, click on the login button on the main landing page.
- If you’re a current student, clicking on ‘Student Login’ will take you to the SAIT single sign-on page where you’ll be asked to enter your SAIT email address and password.
- If you’re a recent grad, please contact email@example.com to have your alumni account activated. Your login credentials will be your 9-digit SAIT ID number and the previous password you were using to access your student account.
- If you’re an alum looking to access My Career Hub for the first time, you’ll need to register for an alumni account.
Once you’ve logged in, you’ll be able to access the job board, register for events, book consultations, and track your co-curricular record. You’ll also find great tools and resources, including sample resumés.
My Career Hub
Connect with career advice
Need help building or updating your resumé? Want to make a great first impression online? Looking to learn from the job search wisdom of others? No problem – we can help!
Check out a career conversation, attend an employer session, and much more. You can also book a one-on-one consultation or email resumé review through My Career Hub.
Our office is located in MB205, Stan Grad Centre, and office hours are Monday to Friday, 8 am – 4:30 pm. Virtual career advising appointments are also available.
Did you know that hiring managers spend less than 11 seconds looking at a resume? Have one of our specialists review your resumé to make sure it will catch someone's eye, so it doesn't end up in the pile of rejected applications.
Schedule a practice interview and our specialist will ask you questions you can expect in real interviews like "what is your greatest weakness?" and "tell me about a time when you had to deal with an upset co-worker or customer." It's a great opportunity for you to familiarize yourself with the interview process without the risk of making mistakes that could cost you a job!
LinkedIn is a great tool for connecting with potential employers and future colleagues. Have one of our specialists review your profile to ensure it will get you noticed.
Have you been applying for jobs and getting no responses? Maybe you're not even sure where to start. We can take a closer look at how you've been going about your job search to identify potential areas for improvement, so you can increase your chances of success.
A co-curricular record (CCR) allows you to show employers the transferable skills and competencies you’ve achieved through co-curricular experiences. By taking part in CCR activities, you will receive an industry-recognized certificate that complements your transcript, making you a well-rounded candidate for any career opportunity.
Access resources anytime, anywhere
Check the resource library on My Career Hub for documents and web links to assist with your job search, including:
- Career search tools
- Cover letter and resumé samples
- Tips for LinkedIn and networking success
- Information about employment laws and standards
- Recordings of previous virtual events
Polish your online profile with a professional photo*. Check My Career Hub for dates and to register.
*Please note that due to COVID-19, we will not be holding LinkedIn photoshoots until we are back on campus.
Get involved, get skills, get credit
Develop the essential skills employers are looking for by participating in co-curricular activities. Then track, reflect on and showcase those skills through your co-curricular record (CCR) — an official document that complements your academic transcript.
Check out these SAIT programs to build your leadership, communication and collaboration skills — and your CCR:
- Peer Mentorship Program
- Student Leadership Program
- Student Volunteer Program
- Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society