About the program
The Youth Mentorship Program provides an opportunity for students from northern Saskatchewan schools to learn about their provincial government and its history, explore post-secondary education opportunities and careers in government, and learn about the history of our province.
Who the program is for
• Students from northern Saskatchewan
• Students from Grades 9 through 12
What you may expect if you take part
This year, students will have the opportunity to visit Regina from May 3 – 6, 2015. Participants will tour the following:
• The Legislative Building
• Government House
• The University of Regina
• The First Nations University of Canada
• The RCMP Depot Division
You will also meet the Lieutenant Governor, the Speaker of the Legislative Assembly, members of the Legislative Assembly and government officials to get an inside perspective of government and the legislative process.
Is there a cost to attend?
No. All expenses to participate in the program are covered by the province, including transportation from either La Ronge or Prince Albert depending on applications.
Students and chaperones stay in residence at the University of Regina.
What students have said about the program
• “I would recommend this program to other students to see first-hand what preparation is needed before a student furthers his/her post-secondary education.”
• “It taught us that there are so many opportunities.”
• “Got to see and learn about things you wouldn’t experience otherwise.”
• “It is an amazing learning experience and it was fun!”
• “Of course I would recommend this program. It was an awesome trip.”
How to apply
Students must complete an application form and prepare a written essay. Details regarding the essay can be found on the application form. Submissions must be sent to Donna Cuddington at the Provincial Capital Commission, either by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by fax to 306-787-5714.
Download Application Form