RCMP Youth Camp and Aboriginal Youth Camp

Are you interested in becoming a police or RCMP officer? Do you want to see what it is really like? Then you should sign up for the RMCP Training Academy one week camp.  Thirty two students will be chosen from western Canada  (eight specifically from Saskatchewan).  There will be a wide variety of activities planned for the students to observe and participate in during their week at Depot.  These activities may include: drill, driver simulator training, firearms, police officer scenarios, tours of Depot and the museum and much more!  This is a wonderful opportunity for students to interact with police officers from many different units within the RCMP, and will allow you t ocome away with a better understanding of what life is like being in training and being a police officer with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police!
Youth Camp Date:  August 10 – 14
Aboriginal Focus Youth Camp Date:  August 17-21
The deadline to apply is March 31, 2015

OSEF

European Summer Exchange
For students 13-17 years old

  • Discover France or Spain.
  • Experience the French/Spanish language and culture.
  • Live with a French/Spanish family in July and host your exchange partner in August.
  • Make new friends and add an international dimension to your family life.
  • Dates:  Canadian students – July 2015,
  • For more information on cost and application process, please see your career counselor or contact the organization directly at 250-858-6236/cdnmcfarland@gmail.com
  • www.osef.ca

Skills Canada

Skills Canada – Saskatchewan
Date:  April 16-17 in Moose Jaw

Skills Canada – National 
Date:  May 27-30 in Saskatoon

Information:  Skills Canada is a great opportunity for students to demonstrate their skills and have fun.  Students can also learn about the skilled trades and technology careers through hands-on activities an demonstrations.

Events:  There are many events including Computer Animation, Autobody Repair, Carpentry, Cooking, Electrical Wiring, Job Skill Demonstration, Job Interview, Machining, Prepared Speech, Website Development, Welding, and Worksite Safety.  Schools are encouraged to bring students to this event to tour the competition site and to experience “Try a Trade”.  Interested students should contact Skills Canada the provincial office.