Spotlight on Careers

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General info

Spotlight on Careers is an opportunity for secondary students to explore potential future career paths. Participants in a Spotlight are exposed to post-secondary opportunities, hands-on experiences, and mentorship from professionals in a specific industry.

Sectors

Science & Technology

The Saskatoon Industry Education Council is excited to announce our Spotlight on Careers in Science & Technology.

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Manufacturing & Mining

The Saskatoon Industry Education Council is excited to announce our Spotlight on Manufacturing & Mining.

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Health Care

The Saskatoon Industry Education Council is excited to announce our Spotlight on Health Care

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Mental Health & Wellness

The Saskatoon Industry Education Council is excited to announce our Spotlight on Health Care

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Business & Finance

The Saskatoon Industry Education Council is excited to announce our Spotlight on Business & Finance

Emergency Services

The Saskatoon Industry Education Council is excited to announce our Spotlight on Emergency Services.

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Skilled Trades

The Saskatoon Industry Education Council is excited to announce our Spotlight on Skilled Trades.

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Information Communication Technologies

The Saskatoon Industry Education Council is excited to announce our Spotlight on ICT.

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Age Range

Grade 10-12 students

Phone & Email

306.683.7773

admin@saskatooniec.ca

Calendar

October

Science & Technology

November

Manufacturing & Mining

December

HealthCare

January

Mental Health & Wellness

February

Business & Finance

March

Emergency Services

April

Skilled Trades

May

Information & Communication Technology

SIEC 2021

Spotlight on Careers

Traditionally, the SIEC would host approximately 20 one-day Spotlights in a year, each focused on a specific industry. In 2020-2021, Spotlight on Careers will focus on a different sector every month through a combination of prerecorded and live online experiences, and hands-on opportunities for classes. Teachers will be able to access videos and other resources connected to course outcomes, while students and parents can find interactive content to help discover career opportunities in Saskatchewan.