In early May, Kazakhstan celebrates one of the kindest and brightest holidays – the Day of Unity of the Peoples of Kazakhstan. This is a celebration of friendship, understanding and harmony, which are so necessary for a peaceful life in a country where more than 150 nations and nationalities live. The large family of Kazakhstan includes Kazakhs, Uzbeks, Russians, Ukrainians, Germans, Koreans, Uigurs, Kyrgyz, Chinese, Jews, Armenians, Georgians, and many, many others. Each of these peoples is unique, but together in Kazakhstan they are one united people. And this is the meaning of the May Day holiday. First-year students of the College of Innovative Technologies at KSTU celebrated a holiday during curator hours. In our college, students are different in history, liking, and in the nation. From each group, students prepared slides about their nation, national dishes, there was a demonstration of national costumes, national games and traditions. And at the end our traditional dance “Kara zhorga”.