RDIEC – Airplane Pilot Virtual Career Spotlight

Wednesday, November 25 at 12:30 pm.

Featuring pilot and instructor Captain JT Marx. Learn what it takes to become a pilot and flight instructor for single adn twin engine planes.

Poster with link and QR code to access the presentation


USask Engineering is hosting a live virtual online event!
NOVEMBER 17, 20202 FROM 4-7 PM

What Is Engineering? is intended for students in grade 11 and 12 who are considering a career in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering or Math). Because an engineering degree is so versatile, we encourage any student thinking about a career in a related field – health science, computer science, environmental protection or entrepreneurship – to come to What Is Engineering? to learn more about this profession.

RE-ENGINEERED – First year engineering program. Designed to give students a boarder, more effective foundation for the rest of their engineering degree, while holistically supporting their academic success and wellness.

RSVP ONLINE:  what-is-engineering.eventbrite.ca

POSTER: What is engineering November 17


What is Business? Info Session Nov 17 Do you have students thinking about business? Encourage them to join our series of What Is Business? info sessions. November’s theme is Finance!


Social Work Information Night Nov 19 Join us at our upcoming Social Work Information Night to learn about the profession and the programs offered through the University of Regina.
What is Engineering? Nov 20 High school students, particularly Grade 12 students interested in Engineering and Science, are invited to attend the virtual presentation to introduce them to the profession of engineering itself and to the programs offered at the U of R.

U of R Early Admission Days

Early Admission Days

Do you have students that missed our last Early Admission Days? Luckily, we have another event coming up November 25 – December 2, 2020!

Early Admission Days for High School Students (EA Days) is a special application period designed to help students fill out their University of Regina application. Students who send in their  transcript and application fee by December 2 will have their application processed within a week, and if admissible, will receive conditional acceptance. A few important things to note:

  • Students will receive a reduced application fee of $50!
  • Students must provide their unofficial high school transcripts by December 2, 2020 to be eligible.
  • Students will be contacted to choose a virtual appointment time in order to ‘pick up’ their admission package and discuss their admission decision!

Register:  https://urconnected.uregina.ca/events/eadays.ezc 

SHAD Canada (STEAM & Entrepreneurship Program)

SHAD Canada is an amazing opportunity for Grade 10 and 11 students to challenge and expand themselves academically and socially. They offer a summer learning program for highly driven youth!

You should consider! It is a life changer!


Who can apply:

  • Shad looks for diversity and well-roundedness in Shad participants with an over-arching commitment to excellence.
  • Students with a strong academic foundation, who are natural go-getters, curious about the world, community-minded, creative and engaged are the type that excel at Shad.

Bursary Opportunity:

Information Sheet: Shad2021 One-pager

Website:  https://www.shad.ca/

Deadline to apply is December 7, 2020

Email kyle@shad.ca for more information!

Medical Doctor Virtual Career Spotlight – Nov. 18 at 12:30

Attached is the promotional material for a career spotlight featuring Medical Doctor Yolanda Marx.  This spotlight will take place digitally through zoom so students can join remotely on Wednesday Nov. 18th at 12:30 pm. See attached poster or click here.
What is a career spotlight?  It is a brief presentation from someone working in a career explaining the duties, qualifications, rewards, and challenges of working in their field followed by a Q & A.  See attached poster for more details.


Medicine Hat College Open House – Application Discount – November 18

MHC’s Virtual Open House on November 18, 2020 at 5:30pm is the perfect opportunity to discover Medicine Hat College from the comfort of their own home! On November 18, students from all over will be joining our recruiters, program coordinators, faculty and current students online and learn everything they need to know about being a student here in 2021.
 Our Virtual Open House will include:
  • Guided campus tours to watch at your convenience, any time, anywhere
  • Virtual Meet and Greet with program coordinators and faculty
  • Live Q & A Panel to connect with current students to learn more about the MHC experience
  • Becoming a Rattler Information Session
  • Application Assistance Resources
We will also be providing students in attendance the opportunity to apply to Medicine Hat College for ONLY $40 (a savings of $35). Click the button below to register your students today!

REGISTER:  https://www.mhc.ab.ca/FutureStudents/OpenHouse

Schulich Leader Scholarships – Vanier Collegiate Institute Nominee Process

Schulich Leadership
Vanier Collegiate Nomination Process

PDF DOCUMENT FOR VCI STUDENTS – Schulich Leadership 2020 2021

WEBSITE:  https://www.schulichleaders.com/

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:                                         Wednesday, December 9, 2020
Vanier Nominee will be informed:                                            Before Christmas Break
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)



IMPORTANT INFORMATION – Grade 10/11/12 students and parents

Students and Parents

See Your Future Career Event

NOVEMBER 3, 2020

See Your Future – Education & Career Fair 2020 allows students and parents to ask important questions about life after high school:

  • Where will I study?
  • Where will I live?
  • What scholarships are available?
  • What program do I require to get the job I want?

These questions, and more, will be answered by professional representatives at See Your Future – Education & Career Fair


Site: https://seeyourfuture.ca/