Students change lives through applied learning

A memorandum of agreement signed between Saskatchewan Polytechnic and Habitat for Humanity, Prince George is changing lives through applied learning opportunities. The MOU outlines a goal of having carpentry students build five houses in five years as applied research projects.


Throughout the seven-week program, 12 students are responsible for framing and finishing the exterior of a house. “This unique partnership provides students with a tangible, applied learning opportunity. At the end of their program students have work-integrated learning experience and also can feel good about giving back to their community, said says John Erickson, (acting) dean, School of Construction.


For more information, see the official announcement

News Date: October 17, 2016