- school and/or community-based leadership;
- responsibilities outside of school;
- financial support needed; and
- academic performance.
Posted on Thursday, January 11, 2018 by Admin C.L.
Posted on Friday, May 27, 2016 by Admin C.L.
Grade 11 Early Entrance Award – $1000, if you are interested in becoming an electrician, power engineer, practical nurse, welder, youth care worker and much more. Please consider applying for an early entrance award at Great Plains College before June 30. If you are in grade 11 and have at least 70% average you might be eligible for $1000.
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The Saskatchewan Green Certificate Farm Training Program is an apprenticeship-style, on-farm skill training program. The program provides a practical hands-on training curriculum for individuals interested in pursuing a career in the agricultural industry. Upon course completion, trainees are awarded a certificate of completion from the Ministry of Agriculture.
For more information, criteria, how to apply and much more go to the following site: Saskatchewan – Green Certificate Farm Training Program
Posted on Friday, February 26, 2016 by Admin C.L.
SUMMER TRAINING PROGRAMS
The Forces offers three Summer Training Programs that combine military lifestyle with cultural awareness: Bold Eagle, Raven and Black Bear. These six-week long programs give you a taste of military training with the option – but no commitment – to join the Forces. The training is based on the Army Reserve Basic Military Qualification and is taught by military instructors. Subjects include General Military Knowledge, Weapons Handling, Navigation, First Aid, Drill, and Survival Skills.
All three Summer Training Programs begin with a Culture Camp. The camp is designed to ease the transition from civilian to military lifestyle, and focuses on common spiritual beliefs.
All Culture Camps are conducted by Elders of different First Nations and Aboriginal groups.
Bold Eagle – is open to Aboriginal Peoples living in Western Canada or Northwestern Ontario. Participants will train in Wainwright, AB.
Raven – is the Navy’s summer program for Aboriginal Peoples from across Canada. Participants train in Esquimalt, BC.
Black Bear – is an Army training program for Aboriginal peoples from across Canada that takes place in Oronocto, NB.
Travel is arranged to and from the program, living accommodations, food, clothing and all equipment. While you are in the program you are temporarily a Forces member and are paid around $3,500 for completing the full six weeks.
To qualify for the summer training programs, you must have completed at least Grade 10 (Sec IV in Quebec). Applications are due by the end of March so that all the arrangements can be made for the beginning of the programs in July. When filling out the online application, indicate the Summer Training Program you are interested in under “Program Choices”.
Posted on Tuesday, February 23, 2016 by Admin C.L.
This hands-on, one weekend course for women ages 16+ offers an introduction to careers in Engineering Technology. Course content includes an industry tour to a local fertilizer plant, Yara Belle Plaine Inc., to profile careers in Instrumentation Engineering Technology and Power Engineering. On second day of the course, on campus programming of Civil Engineering Technology careers will be explored within a hands on laboratory setting of the Civil Engineering Technology program. Upon successful completion of the course, you are issued a statement of attendance. The course provides women with: increased post-secondary training/education and employment potential in engineering technology; the opportunity to explore training options in a variety of technology careers; gain a realistic understanding of the physical, emotional and academic requirements of training/education and employment in an engineering technology career. All course instructors and role models are female engineering technologists.
April 9, 2016 – April 10, 2016
Sun, Sat – 9:00 am-4:00 pm
Registration deadline: March 31, 2016
Register Online @ http://saskpolytech.ca/programs-and-courses/continuing-education/programs.aspx?p=mult&c=3218
Course Fee: FREE
Moose Jaw CRN: 201503-4145
There are only 12 maximum spots. Students must be a minimum 16 years of age or older and will have to fill out a liability waiver on behalf of Yara Belle Plaine Inc. prior to course start date. This course would be ideal for students who are 16 years of age upon course dates and in Grades 10, 11 and 12.
Posted on Wednesday, April 22, 2015 by Admin C.L.
Elwood Harvey Co-operative Leadership Scholarship – for Grade 11 Students
The Elwood Harvey Co-operative Leadership Scholarship is a unique opportunity for Grade 11 students to gain knowledge of co-operatives and their credit union and how they support their community.
This unique award program is offered by our District Councils, the people elected to represent their communities within the credit union. Two $2,500 scholarships will be awarded in each of our 12 geographic districts. Recipients participate in their local District Council meetings and other events during their Grade 12 year!
The deadline for students to apply for either scholarship is May 3rd, 2015. More information and the application forms can be found on affinitycu.ca under Your Community > Funding Programs > Scholarships & Awards.
Posted on Wednesday, April 1, 2015 by Admin C.L.
Design Exchange is proud to announce the 20th Annual DX Canadian High School Design Competition. This competition promotes the study and awareness of all design disciplines in schools across Canada and is open to all high school students at junior (grades 9 and 10) and senior (grades 11 and 12) levels.
Prizes are awarded at both levels in five categories:
- Industrial Design
- Fashion Design
- Costume Design
- Architecture/Interior Design
- Graphic Design
Deadline: April 24, 2015
Posted on Monday, March 23, 2015 by Admin C.L.
Registration Deadline: Wednesday, April 15, 2015
Posted on Friday, March 13, 2015 by Admin C.L.
The Summer School website can be found via the link on our homepage or by clicking below:
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.
Posted on Monday, March 2, 2015 by Admin C.L.
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