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Spotlight on Mental Health and Wellness

Spotlight on Mental Health & Wellness

Spotlight on Mental Health & Wellness

The Saskatoon Industry Education Council is excited to announce our Spotlight on Mental Health & Wellness. We will host live events, share industry interviews and tours, and provide hands-on lab activities for students and teachers.


Mental Health & Wellness

Monday, January 25 – Friday, January 29

Tuesday, January 26th (11:00 am & 1:15 pm) 

Mind Your Money: An Introduction to the Psychology of Spending  

  • Increasing your financial literacy skills can have a positive impact on mental health.  
  • Hear from the Credit Counselling Society about how marketing strategies impact our spending choices and what consumers can do to make wise spending choices.

Wednesday, January 27th (6:30 – 7:30 pm) 

Occupational & Physical Therapy Career Pathways Panel 

  • The online panel features representatives from the Saskatchewan Health Authority, industry professionals, and current students sharing their education and career journeys. 
  • This live event will provide the opportunity for student, teacher, and parent Q&A. 

Thursday, January 28th, 10:00 – 11:00 am 

Spotlight on Mental Health & Addictions 

  • Hear from the Saskatchewan Health Authority about careers in Mental Health and Addictions.  
  • Participants will also learn strategies to promote positive mental health for teens.  

Wellness Series – Coming Monday, January 25th 

Interested in a career as a Physio Therapist, Chiropractor or Massage Therapist?  Hear from local professionals as they discuss their career journeys working in the Health & Wellness sector.

Post-Secondary Video Series – Coming Monday, January 25th

What courses should I take? What would life as a student be like?  Hear from U of R Social Work Program, SIIT Mental Health & Wellness Program and Saskatchewan Polytechnic Youth Care Worker Program on options available for you.

Career Spotlight – Accounting

Virtus Group Promo 2021

January 21, 2021
12:00 – 1:00

Career Spotlight – Chiropractor Presentation

Chiropractic Promo 2021_0

Feb 3, 2021
12:00 – 1:00

Career Spotlight for Homecare Nurse

Home Care Nurse Promo 2021

January 20, 2021
12:00 – 1:00

AUTOBODY Skill Boot Camp

Skill Bootcamps (might only be for Saskatoon and surrounding area, but if you are interested, please come and see me and I will make some calls).

Application deadline: Wednesday, February 10, 2021
Bootcamp dates: Tuesday, February 23 – Tuesday, March 23

Noon Hour Sessions for Grade 12 and 11


Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall Scholarship and Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Scholarship



Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall Scholarship and Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Scholarship

  • The Ministry of Education and the Saskatchewan Association for Community Education (SACE) would like to announce the 2020-2021 school year Call for Nominations regarding the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall Scholarship and the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Scholarship.
  • Through these scholarships, government provides an annual maximum of $16,000 to ease the financial burden that some students face during their educational journey. These students are living with vulnerable circumstances.

The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall Scholarship assists Grade 11 students with completing their secondary education. A maximum of 20, $500 scholarships, are awarded annually.

The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Scholarship assists Grade 12 students with completing their post-secondary education. A maximum of six, $1,000 scholarships, are awarded annually.

For more information regarding the scholarships, please direct your attention to the following websites:


The application deadline for both scholarships is March 15, 2021. – Vanier submits their official selected nominees on this date.

Contact: Delphine Melchert, SACE Scholarship Selection Committee Coordinator, 306-764 3389,

Schulich Extended

Schulich Leadership
Vanier Collegiate Nomination Process

PDF DOCUMENT FOR VCI STUDENTS – Schulich Leadership 2020 2021


To qualify, Nominees must:

Nominees must meet the following criteria

  • Academic Excellence AND
  • Leadership, charisma and creativity.
  • Strong consideration will be given to students with financial need.
  • Be entrepreneurial-minded and intend to pursue a career in one or more of the following focus areas:
    • Technology
    • Engineering
    • Entrepreneurship and business enterprise;
    • Applied scientific research.
  • Schulich are NOT considering students who:
    • Focus on activism (environmental/political/societal)
    • Intend to become a practicing physician and or medical research (e.g. Doctor, Dentist, Nurse, Psychologist, Pharmacist, Optometrist, etc.)
    • Intend to become a Professor and conduct theoretical research.


  • Title Page
  • Include a small paragraph listing the schools and programs you are applying to and your future career and professional goals.
  • Essay – 600-word essay demonstrating why they would make a great Schulich Leader (research who Schulich was/did/etc.)
  • Resume
  • Transcript


Vanier Nomination Deadline:                                         Extended to January 20, 2021
Vanier Nominee will be informed:                                            Extended to January  20, 2021

Schulich School Nomination Deadline:                                    January 27, 2021
Student Nominee Deadline:                                                     February 17, 2021
Universities Make Offers                                                              March 1 – June 15, 2021                               


  • Nominee, shot at $100 000 Schulich Leader Scholarship and/or 50 STEM scholarship

Nomination form includes:

  • Name and contact information for your school
  • Name and contact information for your Nominee
  • Your Nominee will receive an email with a link to the Schulich Leader Scholarship Application. The rest is up to them!

Vanier Selected Nominee Application Requires:

  1. Universities they wish to attend
  2. List of their top three achievements (academic or other)
    – 50 words maximum per achievement
  3. Essay describing why they should win
    – 600 words maximum
  4. Optional essay to outline extenuating circumstances that put them at a financial disadvantage, or they feel are relevant to their application
    – 250 words maximum
  5. Short answer to identify where they see themselves in 10 years and how they plan to get there
    – 50 words maximum
  6. Two letters of reference, including referee contact information for verification
    – Save as Microsoft Word, PDF or JPEG
  7. Copy of up-to-date transcript, credit counsel summary or detailed academic report
    – Save as Microsoft Word, PDF or JPEG
  8. Headshot profile image for publicity
    – Save as JPEG (No PDF or Word documents)



Winter 2021 Career Newsletter for Grade 11 and 12 Students

Winter Career Newsletter (January 6, 2021)

  • Career News, Resource’s, Scholarships, Events, Transcript Information, Graduation Information, etc.