NAIT welcomes Vancouver chef

By: Joe Lipovski Photo by Justyna Marino In April, NAIT will welcome Vancouver restaurateur, David Hawksworth, as this year’s Chef in Residence. In 2009, NAIT launched a program called the Hokanson Chef in Residence program. The program was named after John and...
Student counselling in high demand

Student counselling in high demand

By Zachary Flynn Photo By Aaron Wilmot The NAIT Counselling Centre is dealing with a massive increase in appointments following the spring reading week break. Demand for counseling services has grown year over year, increasing by approximately 85% each year with...
NAIT named a top Alberta employer

NAIT named a top Alberta employer

By: Joe Lipovski For the eighth year in a row, NAIT ranks among the top 75 Alberta employers. The judges took many factors into consideration when selecting NAIT for the top 75, with one of them being the free use of athletic facilities. “I am so proud that NAIT has...
Over 2K surveys completed

Over 2K surveys completed

By: Joe Lipovski This month, NAITSA conducted their annual survey. The survey received more then the 2000 expected participants. Communications and engagement director, Jenny Lau, has kept a close eye on the users of the tablets throughout the duration of the survey....
New offices for new execs

New offices for new execs

NAITSA’s 2019-20 Executive Council: Karen Velasco (President), Emi Oke (VP Academic), Alexis Flinkert (VP Student Services) and – (not pictured) AJ Jaruga (VP External). Photo Courtesy of NAITSA By: Joe Lipovski NAITSA is in the process of building new offices....
Security delays concern students

Security delays concern students

Photo Courtesy of NAIT By: Joe Lipovski NAIT’s Protective Services runs 24 hours, however there are certain times of the day that they need to operate with minimal staff. As a result, Protective Services needs to prioritize what calls they respond to first. Especially...