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Alumnus Rob Jennings and wife, Mieke, used their Climate Action Incentive Payments to create a new bursary for students entering NAIT’s Alternative Energy Technology Program.
NAIT’s Construction Department Head, Colin Ruthven, educates, administrates and gives.
NAIT alumni Daniel W. Yeung and Linda Haymour receive National Philanthropy Day 2022 awards.
NAIT graduate Mark Kay is committed to giving back to his profession by supporting Personal Fitness Trainer students.
Orest Myroon is among donors celebrated for National Philanthropy Day.
How the COVID-19 Student Relief Fund came to students’ aid during the pandemic.
NAIT has a history of working together with industry, alumni and friends to find solutions and help one another
Mel Gowda creates a bequest in her will to support future students
Mawji Centre founder inducted into the Alberta Business Hall of Fame
Donors help students access anxiety reducing fitness program.
Recent graduate gives back to Baking and Pastry Arts students
NAIT alum remembers early struggles as a student with donation to bursaries.
NAIT alum Jason Gregor supports bursaries for next generation of radio talent.
NAIT grads support architectural technology students with scholarships and mentorship.
Alumnus sees importance of investing in water resources and students’ learning.
Carpentry alumnus Roger Dootson reflects back on his career and his support for the community.
Alumnus Georg Wowk encourages students to get involved and pursue learning opportunities outside of the classroom.
Radio personality helps students in program where he started his career.
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