Why unions matter to Canada?
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Hey Students! This is a FREE event to attend!
Bring your friend and family members! Thursday March 15th 6-8:00pm here at FLHS!
Come and find out what kind of variety is available in the sports industry!
Hear great information from an Olympian, a Crossfit athlete, as well as the General Manager of the Calgary Stampeders!
Use this link to sign up!
Operation Med School:
OMS gives students a whole new approach to medical careers through activities and lectures by medical experts. It is the perfect chance for high school students to network with professionals, current medical students, and other aspiring young doctors.
This link will take you to the registration page for the Calgary event.
For further information AND an optional date to apply click on:https://urconnected.uregina.ca/events/eventRegistration.do?eventRegistrationAction=registration&stringEventID=MTEy
Attend one, it counts towards your application!
Upcoming information sessions
Your students can get the details they need to make an informed decision about their future by attending our information sessions.
Tuesday, Feb. 27 - 5:30 pm
Prepare for a career as a legal assistant working in a law firm, the court system or for a corporation by training in legal software, critical office skills and the preparation of legal documents for many areas of law, including real estate, corporate and litigation.
Administrative Information Management
Wednesday, Feb. 28 - 5:30 pm
Pursue a career in administration and learn to create and manage solutions to business information needs through technology, meetings and office procedures with SAIT's Administrative Information Management program.
Information Systems Security
Wednesday, March 14 - 7 pm
Our new Information Systems Security program trains you to enter the IT security profession with solid fundamental knowledge of defensive and offensive tools, malware analysis, networking, reverse engineering, tool construction and more.
Journalism and Photojournalism
Wednesday, March 14 - 7 pm
Learn the fundamentals of journalism, then specialize in photojournalism or print and online journalism for a career of freelancing, working at publications or in communications and public relations firms.
Civil Engineering Technology
Tuesday, March 20 - 6:30 pm
Learn the practical skills necessary to work on teams that design and move engineering and building projects through construction. Get trained for real-life situations including subdivision, roadway and bridge design with SAIT's Civil Engineering Technology program.
Graphic Communications and Print Technology
Wednesday, March 21 - 7 pm
Start a career in digital graphics through our Graphic Communications and Print Technology program. Learn about typography, layout, visual design, web and print production and more to work for commercial printers, publishing companies, advertising agencies or graphic arts studios.
View all upcoming info sessions
Hey Students! If you have applied at SAIT or are going to here are some tips!
SAIT is a leader in action-based learning and solution-focused research. Applications are open for our full-time programs starting in fall 2018.
Anticipated final grades
When high school students apply to SAIT, it's important that they submit the admission requirements for their program along with their online application – even if they haven't completed them yet.
Although all Alberta high schools send final grades at the end of the year to SAIT through ApplyAlberta, applicants should self-declare their anticipated final grades to be considered for admission.
Students who missed entering their anticipated final grades can complete and submit an Anticipated Final Grades form.
Cook Apprentice Exploratory Program at SAIT.
Earn high school credits and gain Culinary Arts experience
Must have completed HCS 3000
Transportation to the SAIT Main Campus & Culinary Campus
Timetable flexibility to attend the program
Recommended that students have English 10-2 and Math 10-3
Interested students must complete an application and submit a resume to Sonya Gillis by March 16, 2018 to be considered for an interview
All information and application can be found in this link:
Not sure what to do after high school?
Check out this link and see what these jobs are!
If unsure of what it takes to get to that role, make an appointment with the Career Practitioner, Ms. McKenzie, Room 367 in the Success Center :-)