Students who are also parents will be looking to SAITSA’s new executive council to continue moving towards an on-campus day care being installed at SAIT. Despite the existence of child care programs at U of C and MRU, SAITSA hasn’t been able to solidify plans yet.
“Today’s announcement will also help SAIT, I believe, continue to build a legacy of student success giving tomorrow’s [youngsters] the education they need to enter the workforce and achieve the extraordinary.”
“This is actually the first cookbook that our school has embarked upon to create,” says, Tom Bornhorst, dean of SAIT’s School of Hospitality and Tourism, and lead in delegation and planning of the cookbook.
Reading Week is coming up this 2014 semester, and many students are looking forward to the break.
Students and alumni flocked to the SAIT Career Directions Fair hosted on campus at the Stan Grad Centre on Feb. 13, 2014.
Students at SAIT Polytechnic try to quit smoking by using the popular electronic cigarette. The e-cigarette has become an outlet for those who are trying to quit or limit their nicotine intake.