SAIT's party of the century is coming. Are you ready?
When the time comes to celebrate a 100-year milestone, excitement is an understatement — everyone wants to play a part.
Here are the top five ways to make your mark on this once-in-a-lifetime occasion.
1. Attend the 100th Birthday Party
The spectacular lineup includes the opening of a 50 year-old time capsule; a car, truck and helicopter show; a towering cake, live music, free BBQ, fireworks and more. Make it a family affair, as there will be plenty of fun for people of all ages. We've got a few other tricks up our sleeves but you'll have to show up to find out. Free and open to the public. Register here.
2. Plug your memories into the #SAIT100 Photo Mosaic
Were you there in 1966 when SAIT celebrated its jubilee? Maybe you've discovered one of those "I can't believe you wore that" photos from your dad's 1964 frosh week? Snapped a selfie at convocation? This is your chance to add your memorable moments ― as well as those of your parents and grandparents and great grandparents ― to the centennial photo mosaic, which will become a permanent installation at SAIT's main campus.
Upload your photos to the photo mosaic or tag #SAIT100 on Instagram and Twitter to make your SAIT memories a permanent part of history.
3. Give back to the community
The Centennial 100 Projects Project is a call to alumni to donate time and talent to the needs around us ― Lead a project, get your workplace involved or join a SAIT-led project.
Browse completed projects for inspiration.
4. Volunteer for our celebration of the century
Speaking of volunteering, we're now in the process of rounding up a team of over 400 people to help make our birthday celebrations unforgettable. If you like to be behind the scenes, centennial needs you.
No seriously, we need your help! Sign up to volunteer.
5. Share your #SAITstory
SAIT is collecting and sharing our community stories in celebration of all the different lives and people who make up what SAIT is today. Whether you're a long-time employee, an alumni, apprentice, current student, someone who walks to campus for the skyline view, or anything in between, tell us your story.