NAIT’s hands-on, technology-based education and applied research are essential to the productivity and prosperity of Alberta. Graduates have the knowledge and skills employers want. They leave NAIT confident, prepared and in demand.
The NAIT Effect, our new vision and strategic plan, gives us and our stakeholders a clear sense of the positive impacts we will have and what we must do in order to make them happen.
Read the inspiring stories of NAIT alumni who are making a difference in their communities and across Canada.
Carolyn Kincade creates dental implants for cancer survivors following treatment.
Tara Chahl’s resolve sets her down a path from the military to marathons to managing pipeline projects.
Renewable energy technologist Csilla Harsasi leads the way with portable, off-grid solar project.
Heather Kaminsky works with industry to tackle oil sands tailings.
Entrepreneur Kyle Gagnon is building a real future in virtual and augmented reality.
NAIT grad Jordan Jolicoeur shines light on opportunities for Métis and Indigenous communities.
95% of employers are satisfied with the performance of NAIT graduates
5 years after graduation, NAIT grads have near-zero unemployment
86% of grads are employed within 9 months after graduation
Funding allows more apprentices to pursue education during the 2023/24 academic year
Newly installed flagpole plaza acknowledges Indigenous culture and signifies diversity and inclusion on campus
Equipment, software and more will help remove barriers to learning and encourage independence
$300,000 from Natural Resources Canada will support the creation of online training
For 12 consecutive years, NAIT has been named one of Alberta's top employers.
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At NAIT, we honour and acknowledge that the land on which we learn, work and live is Treaty Six territory. We seek to learn from history and the lessons that have come before us, and to draw on the wisdom of the First Peoples in Canada. Only through learning can we move forward in truth and reconciliation, and to a better future together. Read more
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