It's a portal to the latest information, tips and news
about school, career, health, money and more. Check out
online opinion polls, personality tests, college and scholarship
lists, and job databases.
Whether you need a hand finding a job or would like to start your own business, it is all here at your fingertips! On this site, you will find information ranging from health and education programs to sports and cultural activities. Best of all, these services are specific to the community you live in. Simply click on "In Your Community" on the left hand topic area and you will find any information categories which relate to your community!
This is a home grown website from the Shaunavon School
Division. Here you will find many links and resources
to get your career going.
Discover what skills you have and how skills are key to
finding that perfect job in your future.
Resource Network of Canada
This site offers a multitude of information on the employment
world such as choice of careers, training, job opportunities,
job search techniques, self assessment and more.
This Canadian site serves as an inspirational, interactive
career resource helping youth make relevant and informed
career plans; it contains an online version of the Career
Paths publication, as well as the new 10-Step Career Planning
Guide and relevant links.
Canadian Youth Business Foundation
This website contains a multitude of resources for young
entrepreneurs, including information on loan and mentoring
programs, resources and success stories. This site also
offers advice from business advisors relating to entrepreneurship.
Your Options - University of Regina
The University of Regina has put together a handy guide
called Exploring Your Options. This is a guide to help
you decide which undergraduate program is right for you.
If you are undecided about your major or career path,
this publication can help you choose a direction that
is rewarding and meaningful. Follow the link above to
the Counseling website, and select Exploring Your Options
from the left hand index.
SAY - Spirit of Aboriginal Youth
With timely articles, inspiring profiles and keen insights into entertainment,
sports, careers, celebrity and youth culture, SAY Magazine has quickly become the
number one magazine for the fastest growing demographic in Canada: Aboriginal youth.
In addition to Special Editions, SAY Magazine regularly publishes three times per year:
Winter - Spring -Fall.
This site will take you on a multimedia career exploration
tour. You can view videos of people on the job, explore
occupations, take quizzes, and plan your future.