Global Vision – National Youth Ambassador Caucus

The National Youth Ambassador Caucus, Ottawa ON, June 4th-8th, 2015
One hundred youth leaders from Coast, to Coast, to Coast will be selected for the National Youth Ambassador Caucus (NYAC) organized by Global Vision. At the NYAC, Ambassadors will celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the National Flag of Canada, learn more about Canada beyond their own backdoor and showcase their ideas for local community events celebrating Canada’s 150th birthday in 2017 to Members of Parliament, senior Ministers and national leaders from business, education and community. Ambassadors will further develop their skills while enhancing their community leadership capacity at the NYAC and will leave with a greater appreciation for Canada’s rich heritage as well as the skills & knowledge necessary to effect positive change in their communities. Not to mention a national network of like-minded peers that will become friends for life! Deadline to apply is April 17th. More info available at

Summer School – Saskatoon Cyber School

The Summer School website can be found via the link on our homepage or by clicking below:

Course Changes/Additions
The old curriculum Science 20 courses WILL be offered one last time this summer, but since Sask Learning will be shutting the course codes off as of July 30th, we can only give the full Summer months (to the end of August) for completion and there will be NO extensions to those final dates, please make students aware if they are registering for any of these three courses.

Since last year we have added:

  • History 20
  • Digital Citizenship 20
  • Physical Science 20
  • Environmental Science 20
  • Health Science 20

All will be available for summer enrollment.  In addition the Science 10 course will be the NEW Curriculum when it is offered in the summer.


Oztrekk – Australian University Opportunities

So Here’s The Deal.

You’re a Canadian student considering doing your post-grad or professional degree at an Australian university. You could apply directly. Or you could save time, money and considerable hassle by applying through OzTREKK. We’re a Canadian company that officially represents Australian universities, which means we’ll give you invaluable guidance and inside information—and it will cost you nothing. So really, what are you waiting for?

Looking for a specific program?

OzTREKK connects you to Medical School in Australia,Dental School in AustraliaTeachers College in Australia,Law School in AustraliaVet School in Australia,Pharmacy School in Australia and many other areas.

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Youth Ambassadors Program with Canada – Plattsburgh State University New York

The information below is taken right from the official site.  You will find all necessary information and application forms there as well.
The Youth Ambassadors Program with Canada is a three week exchange designed for Canadians to visit the United States of America.  Conducted in the English language, the program brings together students, aged 15 to 18 years old, and adult mentors from across Canada to promote mutual understanding, increase leadership skills, and position youth to make a difference in their communities.  Program themes include: civic education, community service, youth leadership, and social inclusion.
The Center for the Study of Canada at SUNY Plattsburgh is proud to be organizing the Youth Ambassadors Program with Canada thanks to support from the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, United States Department of State, the United States Embassy in Ottawa, and Fulbright Canada.
Program Location

The Youth Ambassadors Program with Canada is an intensive program with three segments:
1) Pre-departure orientation in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada to take place July 20 to 21, 2015.
2) Exchange experience in the United States of America to include:
a) Plattsburgh, New York and the Adirondack Park from July 22 to August 2, 2015;
b) Hyde Park and New York City, New York from August 3 to 4, 2015;
c) Washington, D.C. from August 5 to 9, 2015.
3) Follow-on community service activities in Canada to be implemented following the exchange experience.

Application Timeline
Applications for the 2015 competition are now available.  The application deadline is Monday, March 30, 2015.  Early submission of applications is encouraged.  Interviews for highly qualified applicants will take place in April 2015.  Notification of participant selection will be sent by May 2015.  

Global Citizen Youth Leadership Program (GCYL)

Saskatchewan Council for International Cooperation – GCYL

The information below is taken right from the site above.


The Global Citizen Youth Leadership (GCYL) program is a unique, short-term, immersive, international experiential learning opportunity for globally-minded Saskatchewan high school youth.

It is an opportunity for nine Saskatchewan youth to visit and connect with Saskatchewan non-governmental organizations working in El Salvador. Pre-departure training and debriefing will ensure that youth participants are supported in understanding these new experiences.

In El Salvador, youth participants will meet with staff and volunteers from local organizations, as well as community members who have been impacted by international development efforts. The youth will learn more about the work being done in partnership with Saskatchewan non-governmental organizations and their international colleagues, and how they can continue to be involved in international development, locally and globally. Youth participants will be accompanied to El Salvador by experienced staff from The Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund, The Committee Against AIDS (CoCoSI), and the Saskatchewan Council for International Cooperation (SCIC).

Upon returning the selected youth will participate in a speaking tour across Saskatchewan, sharing their experiences and perceptions through a presentation and video they create during their time in El Salvador.


SCIC is accepting nominations of Saskatchewan high school youth who are expecting to complete their Grade 11 courses by June 2015.

The GCYL program aims to be representative of youth from diverse regional and cultural backgrounds including northern and southern, rural and urban communities throughout Saskatchewan. Therefore, we encourage applicants from across the province.

Visit the Registration/Nomination Page for full details on Eligibility and to download nomination forms.

Nomination deadline: Wednesday, March 18, 2015.


2015 Program Dates (tentative and subject to change):

  • Deadline for nominations: Wednesday, March 18, 2015.
  • Selected youth notified: April 6 – 10, 2015
  • Pre-trip Group Orientation (in person): Early July (tentatively July 8 – 12th, 2015)
  • International Travel:  Mid-late July (tentatively July 12th – July 26th, 2015)
  • Post-tour Group Debriefing (in person):  Mid-late August 2015
  • Saskatchewan speaking tour: Fall/Winter 2015

EF – Language Courses Abroad

For more information:

Recording Arts Canada – Digital Arts College

Focused career training in:

  • Game Design
  • Digital Media
  • Sound and Music Recording


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.


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!