Focused career training in:
- Game Design
- Digital Media
- Sound and Music Recording
Focused career training in:
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.
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!
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
WHMIS – Safe and Certified ($8.00)
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.
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.
What is SYA?
SYA – Saskatchewan Youth Apprenticeship – raises awareness of apprenticeship in Saskatchewan schools by helping young people discover what rewards come with being a Youth Apprentice and working in the skilled trades. SYA enhances student career development by exploring the world of opportunities skilled trades offer Saskatchewan youth.
What is Apprenticeship?
Being a Youth Apprentice is a great way to learn job skills while earning money. It combines hands-on learning where experts in a trade (called journeypersons) pass on their knowledge and expertise to employees (called apprentices) right on the job. This practical training is combined with periods of technical training. Learn more about the exciting career opportunities in the skilled trades by watching the video below.
What are the benefits of taking SYA in high school?
Besides getting a head start on career planning and having a record of your achievements, youth who complete all three levels and register as an apprentice in a designated trade within five years receive the following benefits:
*The SYA Program may also be available to those who are not high school students. The financial waivers do not apply in those cases.
** For partial completion of SYA, youth only receive 100 hours of trade time credit per SYA level completed.
See your career counsellor or IA teacher for more information.