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    Sask Polytech is changing lives through applied learning opportunities

    Sask Polytech is changing lives through applied learning opportunities

    Communications and Marketing - October 17, 2016

    Students learn applied skills and the value of giving back to the community Building five houses over five years for Habitat for Humanity, Prince Albert, may seem like a big commitment, but it’s something Saskatchewan Polytechnic was eager to agree to. Now work has begun on the second house, it’s clear Sask Polytech carpentry faculty and students are committed to providing families with homes.

    tags: Prince Albert, School of Construction, Successful careers, Economic and social prosperity


    Sask Polytech applied learning opportunity is life-changing for Habitat for Humanity recipient family

    Sask Polytech applied learning opportunity is life-changing for Habitat for Humanity recipient family

    Communications and Marketing - October 3, 2016

    Sask Polytech, Habitat for Humanity, Prince Albert, and a Habitat family celebrate as construction begins on a new home October 3, 2016 - This month Saskatchewan Polytechnic carpentry students begin to build their second Habitat for Humanity home. In February 2015, Saskatchewan Polytechnic and Habitat for Humanity, Prince Albert, signed a memorandum of agreement for carpentry students to build five houses in five years. Under the five-year plan, the students will frame houses and install windows, exterior doors, siding, soffits and shingles.

    tags: News, Prince Albert, School of Construction, Successful careers, Economic and social prosperity


    Hann legacy gifts promote workplace safety and provide new opportunities to students

    Hann legacy gifts promote workplace safety and provide new opportunities to students

    Communications and Marketing - June 7, 2016

    Andrew Hann was an apprenticeship scaffolder who died in a workplace accident June 7, 2016 - Andrew Hann was on his way to a promising career when a workplace accident took his life - he was just 25 years old. His family would like to turn their tragedy into an opportunity to promote workplace safety. In Andrew's name a fall protection demonstration trailer was donated to the Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association (SCSA) and the Andrew Hann Memorial Scholarship was created for Occupational Health and Safety Practitioner program students at Saskatchewan Polytechnic.

    tags: News, School of Construction, School of Human Services and Community Safety


    Business leader Ron Graham receives 2016 honorary diploma at Moose Jaw convocation

    Business leader Ron Graham receives 2016 honorary diploma at Moose Jaw convocation

    Communications and Marketing - May 25, 2016

    Ron Graham spent more than 50 years in a leadership role at Graham Group, a renowned construction and engineering company that began as a family business in Moose Jaw. As president and CEO, and later as chairman of the board, his leadership helped the company grow into a leading, employee-owned group of companies with offices across North America.

    tags: Moose Jaw, School of Construction, Successful careers


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