Community Resources

JobConnections

JobConnections is a free Saskatchewan rural mobile career service program that focuses on bringing First Nations and non-First Nations job seekers and employers together.

Employer Services

  • Pre-screened qualified database of potential employees
  • Access to local post-secondary graduates
  • Training grants and apprenticeship information
  • Complimentary job posting services
  • Assistance with job profiling and online job posting process
  • Access to First Nations trade students who qualify for Wage Subsidy program
  • Connect employers with First Nations candidates

Client Services

  • Employment readiness workshops include Resume writing, job search and interview preparation
  • Employee and employer screened employment opportunities
  • Information provided on current training programs – funded/non-funded
  • Assistance with job application processes

Complimentary Rural Career Services

  • Mobile services available throughout the year
  • Features laptops in the classroom and are internet ready
  • Career coaches on-site
  • Variety of 14 workshops to choose from for your community, including
    • Resume building, interview preparation, essential skills and job search techniques

For more information on JobConnections, please contact the Employment Development and Career Services department through our Contact Us page, or by calling 306-477-9309 or 306-380-2119.

“SIIT feels like a community. The entirety of SIIT is there to try to make sure everyone feels included and succeeds in their educational goals.”

Matt Ledoux, Business graduate, is from Muskeg Lake First Nation.

Career Centres

6,618

clients worked with job coaches last year

Career Centres

8 Centres

Start your career at any one of our 8 Career Centres in Saskatchewan

Scholarships

$430K

in student scholarships awarded last year

Scholarships

165

awards available to SIIT students

Academic Programs

122

SIIT programs offered in 2017-18

Academic Programs

56%

were offered at Campus locations

44%

were offered at Community locations

Academic Programs

2,432

students registered in 2017-18

We are Indigenous

93%

of students and

70%

of staff self-identify as Indigenous

We are Indigenous

Students from over

70+

First Nations attend SIIT from across Saskatchewan

Academic Programs

1,507

students completed their program in 2017-18

Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies

Administration Office
Suite 118-335 Packham Avenue
Asimakaniseekan Askiy Reserve
Saskatoon, SK S7N 4S1
306-244-4444