Encounters With Canada- Every year, teens who attend our program have the opportunity to live a week of incredible discoveries in Ottawa. They take part in a multitude of exciting activities, develop their leadership skills, meet new and extraordinary people, visit outstanding places and live the experience of a lifetime. If you are 14-17 years of age and are interested in taking part in this experience, see Mr. Shankowsky for more information.
There is a guaranteed scholarship process at the University of Regina and University of Saskatchewan for entering students. Please see Mr. Shankowsky for details.
Application forms for SIAST should be completed as soon as the student is enrolled in the courses that are the high school pre-requisites for that particular SIAST program. These courses use the First Qualified, First Admitted process. The sooner your application is there, the better your chances of being accepted. All courses @ SIAST with the exception of the Medical Radiology Technology, Medical Laboratory Technology, Combined Lab and X-ray Technician, Licensed Practical Nursing, Power Engineering Technology, Cytotechnology, Dental Hygiene and Applied Photography (presently suspended) use the first-qualified, first-admitted method of admittance. The above mentioned courses use the High Demand process for application. Please see Mr. Shankowsky for details.
There are numerous aptitude tests available in the career room. Please make appointments with Mr. Shankowsky.www.studentawards.com
- FREE internet service to thousands of awards in the database.www.canlearn.ca
- Canada’s one-stop resource for the information and interactive planning tools you need to explore education opportunities, research occupations and create financial plans.www.SchoolFinder.com
- Information on over 650 Canadian universities, colleges and career colleges.www.ScholarshipsCanada.com
- Leading financial aid resource for Canadian students.www.studentscholarships.org
- FREE internet service to thousands of awards in the database.www.sasknetwork.ca
- provincial website which provides career, employment and labour market information as well as the Saskatchewan Scholarships, Bursaries, Awards and Loans On-Line Book.www.campusstarter.com
- on-line magazine for careers and education.www.gov.sk.ca/youth-career-discovery
a career exploration website for students and parentshttp://www.sasknetwork.ca/pls/saskjob/snw_wts.search
This resource used to be published every year and was used extensively by teachers and guidance counselors to inform students about course requirements for post-secondary education. While the hard copy is no longer available, an online version can be found at this site.www.careercruising.com
- a comprehensive career guide and search tool that helps users find careers.