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Horizon School Division
Creating a better world, one student at a time.
Career Resources

 Excellent site to help students to get to know themselves (quizes) and information to find the career choice.


  Use this web site to request an official transcript the government. Questions phone: 306-787-6012

 
 A Government of  Saskatchewan website: includes career planning and decision-making. 


  Profiles 265 occupational groups and has a “Know Yourself Quiz”.


   Helps students understand occupational definitions, requirements and opportunities.


  Helps you save, plan and pay for your education.


  “Discover our interactive tools.  You’ll find everything you need to plan the career you’ve always wanted.”


A comprehensive listing of programs, by the Government of Alberta.

Resume Building

  Bridges.com   Login to your "Bridges" portfolio to design and save resumes and cover letters.
  Job Search Handbook     Includes resume writing tips, outlines, samples.

Housing:

            SIAST Housing

Entrance Exams:

  LSAT   (Law):           
   TOEFL® Test:   (English Competency)   
    Cantest Registration Information. (English Competency)
   ACT : College admission test)   
    SAT  Registration:  (College admission test)

 Distance Education;

                Saskatchewan Distance Learning

Campus Visits and Career Fairs


If you are attending a career investigation day that is arranged by yourself/parents  or arranged by the school. Bring completed form (the form is an excused absence to attend a career investigation day)  to your school secretary.

Campus Visits:

      

C.     SIAST
SIAST Kelsey Campus (Saskatoon)  
SIAST Wascana Campus (Regina)
SIAST Woodland Campus (Prince Albert)
SIAST Palliser Campus (Moose Jaw)



Check out the slide shows for each campus on the Vermilion and Lloydminster

E. Other post-secondary schools.  See counselor

Career Fairs:


St. Peter's College - Opportunities Edge Career Fair

Money

Note: Grade 11 and 12 students should make a chronological list of eligible awards

Saskatchewan Web Site for Financial Help for Students 

       
Student Loans:

             
Apply in June.

Scholarship and Awards Web Sites:


   (NEW for 2012:   $500.00 year will be automatically taken off your tuition for a maximum of $2000.00 or 4 years of school)

Other Scholarship Search sites:


 Post Secondary Institution Awards:

University of Regina    March 15
University of  Regina       SAMS
(Student Awards Management System) is the tool you can use to search for and apply for awards  on line at the University of Regina.
University of Saskatchewan      February 15
SIAST -Kelsey/Woodland/Wascana/Palliser    Start applying in June

Saskatchewan Health Career Bursaries


Other  Awards:
 
Canadians and Visible Minority Scholarship                              

Disability Assistance:        
                         
Employability Assistance         

Closed Awards:

Parents work related awards. Parents provide you with the application  information:; PCS or Mosaic; SGEU; Union awards; etc.  Deadlines vary, check with parents (ASAP)    Students -Find out if any organization you belong to offer post secondary awards. E.g:Hockey; 4-H;   Curling; Pool; Knights of Columbus; Lions; Legion;  Golf; Cadets; etc
 
School Awards:
 
Awards available in your school check with principal as deadlines vary.

Job Search:




Crown Corportations:




SASK WATER   





Internship Programs:




Ability Edge - Helping Students with Disabilities find Employment

Travel and Exchange Programs:


Discover the people, places, legends, languages and traditions that make your country unique. Participate in a youth exchange and discover new ideas and the cultures of another province or territory, or get involved in a youth forum to discuss issues that matter to you. Exchanges Canada makes it possible.

Other Travel Programs:


SWAP Working Holidays.      Live-Work-Play at one of our 12 destinations! Have a lingering question about living and working abroad? When should you go? Where should you go? How do you prepare to live and work overseas? SWAP has all the answers.    SWAP not only gets you the Work Visa, but once in your destination, we offer support services for the full duration of your stay.


AgriVenture is an awesome introduction to a new culture and a different working
world. A placement will allow you to experience real life in another country,
rather than just as a tourist.
Join AgriVenture and you will really land on your feet!
We offer a unique opportunity for young people aged between 18 and 30 to travel
and work within agriculture, horticulture and home management in the following
8 countries out of Canada.

More  Exchange Programs for your interest:
  • Youth Exchange Canada Sports. Age(11-17)
  • Phone: 1514-482-7108 www.csfep.com
  • 4-H Youth Exchange Canada.  Age 11-19)
  •  Phone: 1-613-234-4448 www.4-h-canada.ca
  • .Expressive Heritage Youth Exchanges Canada.
  • Age 11-18) 1-514-524-8552
  • SEVEC Youth Exchanges Canada.
  • Age(11-18) Phone: 1-800-387-3832 ext. 205 www.sevec.ca
  • YMCA Youth Exchange. Age (11-18)
  • Phone: 1877-639-9987.   www.ymcatoronto.org
  • Encounters with Canada.  Age (15-17)
  • Phone: 1800-361-0419    www.encounters-rencontres.ca
  • Forum for Young Canadians (age(15-19)
  • Phone: 1-613-233-4086   www.forum.ca
  • The National Heritage Fairs   Age(10-15)
  •   Phone:1-800-567-1867    www.histori.ca
  • Sharing Resources 11    Age(15-19)
  • Phone: 1-416-597-8297         www.tgmag.ca
  • Katimavik  (Age 17-21)   Phone:  1-888-525-1503    
  •   www.katimavik.org
  • ASSE - Exchange Program