Help students discover the exciting and diverse range of opportunities in Saskatchewan's agriculture industry.
In this course, students will learn about career pathways available in Saskatchewan's agriculture industry by taking a tour of relevant industry websites.
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Our Industry Collaboration Courses are a collection of modules from key members within a leading industry that students may be interested in learning more about. Students can discover a range of opportunities, access economic information, and imagine their future in an area that interests them.
In this module, students will learn just how vast Saskatchewan’s agriculture industry is. Not only will students get to meet some people from the industry, but they'll also explore a variety of job opportunities and how they can contribute to helping people in Saskatchewan have reliable access to safe and nutritious food.
In the Possibilities in Pork Production module, students will learn about various aspects of the pork industry and the important role it plays in Saskatchewan’s economy. Students will also find resources that will inspire and equip their inner chef!
In this module, students will be introduced to Saskatchewan’s canola industry. In only a few decades, canola has become one of the world’s most important oilseeds and one of Canada’s leading crops. Today canola is a true "made-in-Canada” success story and the foundation of a thriving, sustainable industry. Students will learn about the many different uses of canola, including one particularly environmentally significant use, as well as the important role the industry plays in both our nation’s and our province’s economies.
In this module, students will learn about some of the agriculture programs available at Olds College of Agriculture and Technology. By exploring these programs, students can get a better idea of the different ways that they can learn about and take part in the agriculture industry.