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Youth Network

Our youth are the future leaders of our province. We’ve created YOUTHnetwork to engage and empower Saskatchewan youth.


YOUTHnetwork connects with students in elementary, secondary, and post-secondary schools across the province. Its programs and initiatives help them:

  • Pursue their education and career goals
  • Consider post-secondary education in technology-related programs
  • Look to us as their employer of choice
  • Find a mentor
  • Apply for our scholarships

  • Volunteer for great causes

Success starts with skills


Skills and assistance are critical to the next generation’s success. So we’re connecting them with what they need to succeed. We offer everything from scholarships to a Summer Hire program.


Our mentors guide the way


We provide mentorship to students through our educational partners, like the Saskatoon Public School Board, the Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology (SIAST), the Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies (SIIT), and the Gabriel Dumont Institute.


At this time, we’re mentoring students at Nutana Collegiate in Saskatoon and Scott Collegiate in Regina. Over 20 of our employees work with students and offer additional support.


We also help Mount Royal Collegiate and the Saskatoon Trades and Skills Centre run technology courses. At the Mount Royal campus, we help teach electronics and electricity classes and offer instruction in CAT-5 wiring and basic telephony installation.


We lend them a hand


Volunteerism is a big part of what we do. Our YOUTHnetwork volunteers log countless kilometres and hours connecting with the next generation. They take part in career fairs, presentations, and engagements across Saskatchewan.


Learn more about our YOUTHnetwork programs by emailing