Saskatoon Industry Education Council
Spotlight on Careers allows secondary students to explore potential future career paths. Participants in a Spotlight are exposed to post-secondary opportunities, hands-on experiences, and mentorship from professionals in a specific industry.
Students in grades 10 through 12 have the opportunity to gain hands-on skill development and career training while working alongside industry professionals. Recent boot camps include: automotive, culinary, web development, 3D printing, and video game design.
Mind Over Matters supports school communities, teachers, and students by bringing awareness to mental health. They are working toward decreasing stigma and promoting positive coping skills and strategies through curriculum development, speaker events, presentations, and professional development.
Resources to support youth, adults, educators, and career practitioners in the advancement of life and work transitions in Saskatchewan. It is a 360-degree view of career development! Find what you need. Be inspired. Share what you learn.
Grade 11 and 12 students experience six weeks of hands-on employment in the construction, manufacturing, automotive, and tourism sectors. These students are compensated for their labour and receive all relevant safety training and apprenticeship credit hours where applicable.
Students in grades 10 – 12 explore careers in information technology through hands-on training, seminars, and workshops with the U of S Computer Science Department and international industry experts.
VR adventure program provides students the opportunity to explore, learn, and discover a variety of career options through the immersive power of virtual reality. This system not only gives students career information, but also the ability to see, hear, and experience the job without ever leaving the classroom. Choose from a variety of careers including the construction, manufacturing, and healthcare sectors.
Learn about solar power, battery storage, grids, and energy demand and conversion through hands-on experience with the Smartflower Microgrid (MG), a solar-powered microgrid shaped like a flower. Using custom-built software to track energy absorption, develop additional technical skills in computer science, electrical work and data science to explore new possibilities for career paths in green technology.
The DigIT program provides free computer basics sessions at a variety of locations designed to help you build skills and confidence for participating in today’s online world.
Learning these skills and understanding digital technologies not only reduces barriers to accessing valuable information and resources but also opens up opportunities for all Canadians to succeed.