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A hands-on program gives young students a unique opportunity to learn about financial literacy and acquire useful life skills.
“What most people think of when they think of financial literacy is someone in a suit at a school talking about saving your money,” said Robert Ryks, branch manager of the 118 Avenue ATB Financial. It’s a world away from the experience that the young people who participate in the Junior ATB program have. Continue reading Students learn financial literacy with program Junior ATB gives students an opportunity to run a bank
It’s Canada’s largest apprenticeship trainer. It’s in our neighbourhood, and it just got bigger.
In September, NAIT opened its newest facility on the corner of 118 Ave and 106 Street. The five-storey Centre for Applied Technologies is NAIT’s largest building—roughly the same size as Kingsway Mall. It increases enrollment capacity by 1,700 students in four programs.