Skills Expo SK is going virtual, and you and your students are invited!
To register, or for more information, click here: https://skillscanadasask.com/skills-expo
Who should attend and what to expect:
- All students Grade 6 and above
- Skills Expo SK provides valuable resources for teaches to supplement classes and integrate into the curriculum career modules.
- Visit the Skills Saskatchewan booth and ask about the “In-Class Challenges” for grades 6 and above (begins Fall 2021)
- Enable students to make informed decisions by providing them access to learn about different careers with real-world information.
- Students can connect with local people working in areas of their potential career goal or dream. They can “Click & Chat” live with employers, industry and community experts about careers, pathways and support programs in Saskatchewan.
- Students can download information, watch videos and look at job opportunities within different career booths.
- The expo will be engaging and interactive for all students.
- Career Fair – connect with 20 Saskatchewan industry partners and post-secondary institutions
- Competition Event Floor – Explore over 35 skills competition events & projects. Students can see what it takes to compete at a provincial skills competition. They can access information about post-secondary skilled trades and technology programs.
- Amazing ‘Women in Trades and Technology (WITT) Webinar’ LIVE – this will take place in the auditorium and we encourage all students to attend. There will be a live Q&A session at the end, where students can ask any questions they have about WITT.
- Provincial Skills Competition Awards Ceremony – Join this session in the auditorium to see the Gold, Silver and Bronze medal winners of the 2021 Virtual Provincial Skills Competition be announced. Witness the Provincial Skills Virtual Competition ‘LIVE’ and the award ceremony hosted by Saskatoon’s on-air personality Jeff Rogstad!
- Scavenger Hunt – an interactive image hunt, that will add points to their leaderboard and direct them to career booths
- Trivia – students can take part in a trivia challenge, learning about each career booth and adding points to their leaderboard.
- Leaderboard/Prizes – students who engage and interact the most with the site will earn points, and those with the top points at the end of the expo will win some amazing prizes.