16 May 2011
Sina Printing helps student fulfill internship in U.S.
MARKHAM—Sina Printing (Sinalite) is doing its part to help a student take advantage of an opportunity awaiting her in California.
 
The Markham-based company recently printed 2,500 greetings cards for free, which in turn are being sold by Sheridan College student Kasia Niton to raise funds toward an unpaid summer internship at Nickelodeon Studios in the U.S. 
 
Mike Meshkati of Sina said Niton's mother, a client, approached the company and explained her daughter's situation. Niton, currently completing a bachelor of applied arts animation program at Sheridan, designed the card and then Sina took over. 
 

A sample of artwork on a greeting card designed by Sheridan College student
Kasia Niton, printed for free by Sina Printing to help raise funds.


As of May 16, Niton has raised $526 dollars by selling the offset-printed cards with the help of businesses in Hamilton/Dundas. "I am hoping to raise $3,000 to cover the cost of all my living and travel expenses," she noted. 
 
Niton is selling the cards (10" x 7" folded) from $2 to $4 each (or by donation), she noted. To help out Niton with a donation, call 289-880-1334 or 905-628-1234. 
 
 
— Jeff Hayward
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