Meet Our Recruitment Specialists
"I've worked at SAIT since 2014 in roles supporting schools, departments and students, and I'm passionate about SAIT's exceptional hands-on learning and real-world training. My previous experiences have offered me the opportunity to see for myself the lengths we are able to go to ensure our students succeed both while they're here and once they graduate. We offer a variety of events, activities and communication methods that give prospective students the opportunity to ask questions and get the details they need to make an informed decision about their future — and I'm here to help."
"As a seasoned student advisor, I help guide students through the post-secondary admissions process. I understand what learners need to make an informed choice about their future and am passionate about SAIT’s unique approach to applied education. I am an experienced event planner and look forward to meeting you in a classroom presentation or at our Open House to show you more about our programs and campus facilities. If you’re interested in joining SAIT’s one-of-a-kind community of shapers, makers and originals, please reach out to me to discuss your options. I am available for presentations and prospective student advising. Whether you’re just beginning to consider your options at SAIT or would like help applying - let me know and I’d be happy to help."
Indigenous Students Specialist
Allyson Dennehy is SAIT’s new Indigenous Student Recruiter. The Indigenous recruitment position is new to SAIT and was created as part of the Indigenous Learner Success Strategy which aims to increase access to SAIT for prospective Indigenous students. Allyson is also the Southern Planning Chair for the Post-Secondary Association Indigenous Recruitment Association of Alberta – PIRAA which is a network of other post-secondary institutions that collaborate on best practices for Indigenous recruitment.
“I am excited to provide awareness in Indigenous communities about all the excellent programs and resources offered at SAIT. I appreciate the applied learning approach offered at SAIT as students will enter into the workforce with the necessary skills needed to be successful. There is such a wide range of programs to choose from and students can benefit from SAITs the strong connection to the industry. We also have many great resources for Indigenous students at the Chinook Lodge Aboriginal Resource Centre such as cultural and individual holistic support. SAIT is really a great place for Indigenous Learners and I am happy to help interested students make SAIT their home. “
To connect with Allyson please email firstname.lastname@example.org
SAIT is a member of the Educational Liaison Association of Alberta (ELAA).
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