SASKATOON INDUSTRY EDUCATION COUNCIL

Career Exploration,
Skill Development,
Experiential Learning

Creating a community of shared responsibility, preparing youth for quality careers.

Programs

SIEC offers hands-on career exploration and skill development programs designed and delivered for students aged K-12.

Check out our programs page to see upcoming events, teacher resources and professional development opportunities.

Get Involved

Would you like to volunteer to be a mentor for students participating in Connected? Or are you a business who wants to host participants in our Spotlight on Careers?

Maybe you’re an educator who is interested in how SIEC can enhance your career development curriculum?

Contact us, we’d like to meet you!

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Who We Are

The Saskatoon Industry-Education Council (SIEC) is a bridge between Saskatchewan’s career opportunities and Saskatoon area youth. Through a partnership among business, K-12, and post-secondary schools, unique hands-on career exploration events, and programs are designed and delivered to students, helping them find a career that connects their passion and natural talents with current and future workforce needs.

Last Year, We Worked With over...
59000
Youth
Business / Post-Secondary
Representatives
1045
Educators and
Career Practitioners

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SIEC Speaks

2022/2023 Programming

Welcome back to another exciting year at the SIEC. This year’s programming will offer hands-on career exploration and skill development programs designed and delivered for K-12. We offer over 40

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Upcoming Events

The SIEC Event Calendar shows upcoming and past events focusing on career exploration, skill development, and experiential learning. View events details, time, and location.

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Relevance Magazine

Relevance is an annual magazine providing career and labour market information for Saskatchewan youth.

Click the image on the left for our latest issue. Click here to access the facilitator guide and past issues.