Saskatchewan students have a new amazing career exploration site specific to this province at www.saskcareers.ca.

This excellent website provides an opportunity for students to create a log in so their information will be saved. Students can do eight different inventories to help determine what types of careers would suit them. The site provides a guided resume builder. An occupation search engine shows a multitude of jobs available to Saskatchewan residents including a job description, Saskatchewan average wage, future prospects, what the job is like and where to go for post-secondary training and schooling. The website also connects with local employers.  It is recommended that students and parents access this website as they look ahead to the future.

We also have access to the Career Cruising site for student exploration of careers. See Mrs. Bayne for the username and password.

Check with Mrs. Bayne regarding course requirements for completing grade 12 as well as scholarships and enrollment to post-secondary courses. All students in grades 10, 11 and 12 should arrange a visit to ensure that the courses they choose to take will meet the grade 12 requirements and enable them to enter post-secondary institutions.

 

Local Post-Secondary Options:

 

1) University of Saskatchewan www.usask.ca

U of S is home to 13 interdisciplinary colleges, three graduate schools and six affiliated or federated colleges with more than 100 degrees.

Application

Online applications for most programs open on Oct. 1.  Deadlines depend on the program.  https://admissions.usask.ca/requirements/deadlines.php

 

2) SaskPolytechnic   www.saskpolytech.ca

SaskPolytechnic offers approximately 160 programs in a variety of high-demand fields, and provide training to apprentices in almost 30 trades.

Application

SaskPolytechnic is accepting online applications for the following programs: 1) on-campus certificates and diplomas 2) applied certificates 3) advanced certificates. You may apply online, in person or by mail to any SaskPolytechnic campus, regardless of where the program you are applying to is offered.  Most programs are first qualified, first admitted so applications are taken throughout the year.

 

3) Great Plains College in Warman –Up-to-date program information and online application forms. www.greatplainscollege.ca