Through our programs, we offer youth authentic, engaging, and meaning learning experience. We want youth to gain:
- A sense of excitement about their education
- A sense of belonging in their program and within SAIT
- A sense of preparedness with their immediate needs address
- A sense of confidence that they can succeed
In providing learning pathways for Aboriginal youth, participants can explore their interests, develop new skills, and start to see themselves within the larger SAIT community.
SAIT’s camp programs offer children and youth the opportunity to explore their interests and learn about career pathways in an engaging, safe, and fun learning environment.
SAIT offers specialized youth programs and welcomes new partnerships.
Specialized programs can include:
- an overnight camp for Gr. 9-12 students that includes staying on campus in SAIT residence.
- a camp experience facilitated by SAIT within your community, or
- work with a Youth Programs Coordinator to develop a new program that fits your interests.
Past camp program examples include:
- Montana Band program — 2-week summer experience for junior high and high school youth from Maskwacis; skill-building and post-secondary awareness
Digital Youth programs
Digital Youth Programs offer educational pathways and programs that engage youth in new and emerging technologies to spark curiosity and nurture digital literacy.
Through the scaffolded stages of awareness, mindset and skills, students will have the opportunity to delve into workshops and programs to explore vast opportunities through digital transformation.
SAIT gives youth a head start in their post-secondary journey by partnering with school boards and industry to offer dual-credit programming. These programs allow students to graduate with their high school diploma as well as a post-secondary credential or course credit.
Past program examples include:
- Dual-Credit with Morley Community High School — two semester long program where students received 2 SAIT Credits and 5 high school credits. This program was a blended approach between a high school foods teacher and a SAIT Instructor. The program was primarily delivered at Morley Community High school with some days on SAIT campus.
SAIT offers a variety of programs that introduce high school students to transition strategies while creating awareness of prospective careers.
Past program examples include:
- Turning Points — 2-week program providing experiential learning and post-secondary awareness to vulnerable high school youth
We support new partnerships and encourage you to visit the Youth Foundations page or reach out to a Youth Programs Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss finding a program that fits your interests.
If you have an alternative program idea, please reach out. For more information on how to create a program that fits your needs, reach out to email@example.com.
Still looking for more information on SAIT programs or SAIT Aboriginal resources? Please reach out to Chinook Lodge or book a recruitment presentation on SAIT programs by filling out the form below.