STC offers a variety of educational programs that span beyond the school and into the STC member First Nation communities. In addition to advisory services in educational programming, the STC Education Unit provides its seven member First Nation communities with sports, culture and recreation opportunities for children and youth; scholarships and bursaries; and education in life skills development.

STC offers community programs such as the STC Traffic Safety Program, a two year pilot project designed to increase traffic safety awareness through education.

STC is spearheading the Active Measures Initiative aimed at on-reserve youth.  The program is designed to assist in the integration into the mainstream workforce through education and employment skills development. The program works in conjunction with the Labour Force Development program which offers sponsored training certification opportunities in adult basic education, essential and life skills, and apprenticeship.

To date we have fostered numerous partnerships with the intent of improving the quality of life for First Nations.  Through partnerships with Saskatoon Public Schools, Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools, University of Saskatchewan, Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada (AANDC), Provincial Ministry of Education, and industry partners such as PotashCorp, we are striving to increase opportunity for growth and resiliency within the member First Nation communities.

Education Unit
Active Measures Strategy
Traffic Safety