The Advanced Digital and Professional Training (ADaPT) program, in partnership with Ryerson University's Diversity Institute, is a skills development and work placement program aimed at bridging the employment gap for recent graduates (alumni who have graduated in the last three years) and students in their final semester of study.
We are excited to launch this new program in October, offered through two delivery methods:
ADaPT participants will receive training to help boost their digital and professional skills, access career support, learn how to navigate the job market and connect with top employers to potentially land a job placement.
There is no cost to participate in this new program.
This program is part of SAIT and our School for Advanced Digital Technology’s response to current and future tech-talent needs, supporting digital skill development and job creation. If you know recent graduates or students in their final semester of study who’d benefit from this program, please encourage them to apply. Non-SAIT students and Alumni are eligible to apply.
Learn more about this exciting new program and join us for an info session on Sept. 16 from noon - 1 pm.
ADaPT is a program of the Diversity Institute at Ryerson’s Ted Rogers School of Management and is delivered in collaboration with partners including TECHNATION and funded by the Government of Canada through the Future Skills Centre.