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Entries by Todd
Last December, SBTA member and godfather of Saskatchewan Business Education, Dr. Cyril Kesten wrote an interesting article for the MBEA (Massachusetts Business Educators Association) blog. The article considers what makes someone want to a be Business Educator. Take some time to read the article and then maybe give Dr. Kesten a thank you for all he […]
The 2017 SBTA Conference and High School Business Case Competition is fast approaching! This year marks the 6th annual High School Business Case Competition, which will be hosted at the Hill School of Business on the campus of the University of Regina. The SBTA is extremely excited to announce that Rachel Mielke, the Founder […]
Last week the SCCHS Business Club was featured in online articles, not once but twice! On Thursday, December 15th the SCCHS Business Club was featured in Swift Current Online discussing the club, why business education is important, and financial literacy. You can read the full article here: ‘Financial Fluency For the Future’ the Goal of SCCHS Business […]
On Tuesday September 13th, SBTA President Connie Perrault was a guest on CBC Radio’s Morning Edition, where she spoke about financial literary, personal finance, and education. If you did not get a chance to listen to Connie on the Morning Edition, or if you would like to hear it again, CBC Radio has the entire segment […]
Congratulations to the 2015-2016 SBTA Award of Merit recipient, Cindy Lowe. Cindy is a teacher at Swift Current Comprehensive High School, the current secretary for the SBTA, and the incoming SBTA Vice-President. The SBTA would like to thank Cindy for her commitment to business education in Saskatchewan and her help planning and promoting the SBTA Conference and High School Case Competition. […]
We are just over one week removed from the 2016 SBTA Conference and Case Competition. The SBTA is requesting your feedback on the conference and case competition, and your thoughts for next year’s conference and case competition. Please take a few minutes to fill in the feedback survey below, your thoughts and comments are greatly […]
The SBTA is very excited for Canada’s Financial Literacy Leader, Jane Rooney, to deliver the key note presentation at the SBTA Dinner on Thursday May 5th, at the University of Saskatchewan. A brief bio of Jane Rooney is available below, including the information for the 2016 SBTA Dinner.
- 2017 SBTA Banquet
- Conference & High School Business Case Competition
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- SBTA Resource Page