Services for Employers and Partners
The Student Employment and Career Centre helps you connect with and recruit skilled SAIT students and alumni. 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.
My Career Hub
My Career Hub gives you access to our online job board where you can advertise your current opportunities — full-time, part-time, contract, summer, volunteer and work experience positions — free of charge to employers.
All profiles and job postings are reviewed prior to posting. The Student Employment and Career Centre reserves the right to decline or remove any employer profile and/or job posting they feel is not aligned with the interests of our students and alumni. All job postings must be for bona fide positions. Any home-based businesses, multi-level marketing jobs, door-to-door sales, training programs prior to placement or positions requiring a financial investment by the candidate will not be accepted.
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.
On-campus employer sessions
Work with us to arrange an employer session on campus anytime throughout the school year. You can target your session to a specific school or program, and customize your event for networking or recruitment.
We also host industry nights, presentations for our student clubs and on-campus interview sessions.
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's designed to help students better prepare themselves, and to share their skills and experiences with potential employers — like you — both on their resume and during interviews. A CCR allows students to track, reflect on and showcase the competencies and transferable skills they gain through volunteering, club membership, mentoring, tutoring and more.
Program advisory committees
SAIT curriculum is developed in partnership with industry. If you're a subject matter expert and would like to share your knowledge to help guide our curriculum, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
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