SHCA was once again a supporter of Saskatchewan Polytechnic’s scholarship program for students involved in the heavy duty mechanic and engineering technologist training programs. It’s important to SHCA and its members to help the next generation of our industry’s workforce.
“I just wanted to extend my thanks to you and the members of the Saskatchewan Heavy Construction Association for your wonderful support of our students this year,” said Michele Krieger, the legacy and major gifts officer at Saskatchewan Polytechnic in Moose Jaw. “This has not been an easy year for anyone, but I understand your industry is in the midst of challenging times.
“As we all try to navigate an uncertain future, I want you to know your partnership is so appreciated.”
From Saskatchewan Polytechnic:
Because of your commitment to education, the Saskatchewan Polytechnic Class of 2020 persevered and graduated, despite the challenges they faced this year. Your gift supported their journey and achievements.
Because of your ongoing support, Saskatchewan Polytechnic’s newest alumni are positioned to succeed in this new and changing world. The Class of 2020 joins the workforce equipped with creativity, problem-solving skills, and adaptability that will contribute to our province’s growth and economic prosperity.
Because you care, we are so very grateful.
Thank you for helping to Shape their Tomorrow!