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SIAST hosts high school students
The SIAST Kelsey Campus in Saskatoon hosted a full-day of activities on Feb. 14 for Indigenous youth as part of the Soaring conference, presented by Indspire. About 150 grades 9 to 12 students attended from across Saskatchewan and Alberta. They received hands-on experience, as well as knowledge of the post-secondary setting and support services. The students participated in interactive SIAST program demonstrations and learned about the SIAST Aboriginal student services that support First Nation and Métis students in their education. “Events such as this helps students envision themselves in the post-secondary environment and get them thinking about career options,” said Dan MacKay, acting vice-president, student affairs at SIAST. Currently, the Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology has almost 3,000 Aboriginal students, more than any other Saskatchewan post-secondary institution.
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