Aboriginal Arts and Stories

Celebrate Creativity, Heritage and Legacy!

Aboriginal Arts and Stories invites self-identified First Nations, Metis and Inuit youth (ages 11 to 29) to submit a piece of creative writing or visual art for a chance to have their work published or exhibited and win up to $2000.

For more information go to  the following link.


Catholic Women’s League Scholarship (Moose Jaw and Marquis)

Application Requirements:

  • A graduate of Vanier Collegiate in Moose Jaw.
  • Child of a member of CWL or UCWL council St. Joseph’s Church Moose Jaw, Church of our Lady Moose Jaw, St. John’s Marquis, or the Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Moose Jaw.
  • Transcript of Grade 12 marks signed by the school principal.
  • Description of your school, church and community activities including volunteer work.
  • Applicant must be accepted to University, College or Vocation School for the fall term following Grade 12 graduation.
  • Application submission to:  Ms. C. Lapointe, Vanier Collegiate Guidance Counsellor

Deadline:  May 1, 2015

Application Form – Coming Soon or see Ms. Lapointe

Saskatchewan Co-operative Youth Program

Are you looking for a great experience this summer?
Is your SRC looking for a unique leadership training opportunity?
Then the co-op Camp is where it’s at!


Think to Win Contest

Calling All Saskatchewan High School Students: You have the ANSWERS to make the world a better place.

The “Think to Win” innovation challenge is to inspire you to think of a solution to an everyday problem. Use the “Month of Love” to submit the ideas you love the most and give us a chance to love them too. You could win big money and scholarships. Submit TODAY!

‘Everybody is a genius, but if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing it is stupid!’ – Einstein

This is a great opportunity for Entrepreneurship students!

Go to the following link to learn more about the requirements – SITE

Careers in Welding – Saskatchewan Polytechnic

Do you have a student interested in a Welding career? 
High school students, post-secondary students, parents, family and friends are invited to the Careers in Welding information evening hosted by the Canadian Welding Association, Regina Chapter and Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Regina Campus
This is an opportunity to learn everything a welding career has to offer!  Join us for:
  • Free pizza
  • Shop tours
  • Career information
  • Presentations
  • Welding simulator
  • Industry leaders
DATE:           Tuesday, April 14, 2015
TIME:            5:00 – 8:00 p.m.
LOCATION:   Saskatchewan Polytechnic Regina Campus
                     4500 Wascana Parkway, Regina, Cafeteria – Level 1
Visitor parking is available in lot 2 for a cost of $2.00 per hour.  Parking is also available in lots 8 and 10 for $4.00 for the duration of the event.
To register for the Information Night, CSI and/or Careers in Welding events 
  1. Go to mypath.saskpolytech.ca 
  2. Create a user profile, or login if you already have one.
  3. Select Register for an Event.
  4. Click on the ‘Register” box for the Carrers in Welding event.
  5. Complete the online form.
  6. Click on the ‘Register for this event’ to submit your registration.

WHMIS Training

WHMIS – Safe and Certified ($8.00)

  • WHMIS stands for the “Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System”. It is a system of resources designed to reduce the risk from hazardous products in the workplace. It is governed by both Federal and Provincial Laws. Federal law (The Hazardous Products Act and The Controlled Products Regulations administered by Health Canada) require suppliers (including distributors and importers) to provide labels and material and safety data sheets (MSDS) with the WHMIS controlled products (substances that meet hazard criteria described in the above regulations) they sell to Canadian workplaces.
  • See your career counsellor for your access code.

Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association – Training Course

SCOT (Free)

  • The Safety Construction Orientation Training (SCOTTM) program is an interactive, online-training course composed of 13 modules, each focused on a different fundamental aspect of worksite safety. SCOT is convenient, easy-to-use, easy-to-understand, and is interactive and accessible as the program is available on the web. A user can purchase and take the program via this website. The program begins with an introductory module that describes the content, purpose and important practical information necessary to help participants navigate through the training experience.
  • See your career counsellor or IA teacher for more information or to sign up.

2015 Youth Video Contest

WorkSafe Saskatchewan and the Saskatchewan Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB) invite high school students to create a 2-minute video that tells their friends about workplace health and safety. You must use this year’s theme, “If it feels wrong, just ask”.  The contest is open to all grade 9 to 12 students.

All entries must be received no later than Friday, April 17, 2015 at 4:00 P.M.


Need inspiration? View 20142013 and 2012 winners.

Saskatchewan Polytechnic launches dual-credit courses for high school students

High school students in Saskatchewan now have the option to earn a high school credit and a Saskatchewan Polytechnic credit simultaneously.

The pilot project include CAD Drafting Level 1, Applied Trades Measurement and two courses in Medical Terminology, which pair, respectively, with high school courses Drafting and Computer-Aided Design, Workplace and Apprenticeship Math, Medical Terminology and Health Sciences.

Media Release

External Awards

University of Regina have listed over 50 external scholarships and awards that graduation students can apply for regardless of where they plan on attending post-secondary.