School of Business News
Grad takes skills across the province as the 2017 SaskatchewandererCommunications and Marketing - February 17, 2017
Grad takes his skills across the province as the 2017 Saskatchewanderer Andrew Hiltz received his Marketing diploma from Sask Polytech in 2010 Travel around the province, meet new people, experience all the amazing places Saskatchewan has to offer and share it all with the world. That’s the job description for the Saskatchewanderer – a year-long position offered to one lucky individual each year through Tourism Saskatchewan. For Saskatchewan Polytechnic grad Andrew Hiltz, it’s his dream job.
Agreement between Sask Polytech and the University of Regina’s Paul J. Hill School of Business improves opportunities for studentsCommunications and Marketing - October 11, 2016
Agreement means students can earn a diploma and a degree within four years. October 11, 2016 – Saskatchewan Polytechnic and the University of Regina’s (U of R) Paul J. Hill School of Business signed an agreement today that allows business students to transfer between institutions.
Sask Polytech receives $325,000 in funding from ViterraCommunications and Marketing - January 20, 2016
Gift provides student award support for the next decade January 20, 2016 - Saskatchewan Polytechnic celebrated a $325,000 contribution from Viterra this morning at the Regina Campus. The funds have been designated to student awards via bursaries and scholarships.
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Sask Polytech connects students with employers in ReginaCommunications and Marketing - February 5, 2015
Saskatchewan Polytechnic is hosting its annual career fair in Regina today. Students from the Schools of Academic and Career Education; Business; Construction; Health Sciences; Human Services and Community Safety; Information and Communications Technology; Mining, Energy and Manufacturing; Nursing; and Transportation will have the opportunity to explore employment options with recruiting companies. Career Fair 2015, presented by PotashCorp, was organized by the Regina campus Student Employment Services (SES) office. An SES office at each of Saskatchewan Polytechnic's four campuses provides career information and job search and recruitment services to students and employers. “Our career fair is a chance for employers from across Western Canada to showcase what they have to offer students,” says Sandra Szeponski, employment services coordinator, Saskatchewan Polytechnic Regina Campus. “The networking opportunity for both parties is invaluable.”
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