SRC is currently reimagining the Aboriginal Mentorship Program (AMP) and is in conversation with educational institutions and training and development organizations to build a robust program for the 2024-25 summer student hiring season. SRC will hire some Indigenous students in the upcoming summer season to learn from that experience and understand current student realities to create a stronger program moving forward.
At SRC, we value the positive, long-term relationships we have with Indigenous communities, and we’re dedicated to participating in and supporting initiatives that can benefit Indigenous people.
SRC is committed to fostering Indigenous participation in the science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) disciplines by supporting students as they progress through their post-secondary education with opportunities to learn and grow both personally and professionally.
The program aims to connect Indigenous post-secondary students in the STEM disciplines with SRC mentors to help them take their education and experience to the next level.
Am I eligible?
- Saskatchewan resident, of First Nation (Status or Non-Status), Métis or Inuit ancestry
- Enrolled at a post-secondary institution in a STEM-related discipline; returning to full-time studies after a period of summer employment
- Can commit to a 16-week May to August paid work placement at one of our locations in Saskatchewan
Hear from past AMP students
To hear about Environmental Engineering student Thomas’ experience, watch the video above or read his blog post.
Agriculture student Jaz shares his experience in the program. Read more.
Mechanical Engineering student Chennoa looks back her time in the program. Read more.
Environmental Engineering student Tomika and her mentor share their AMP experience. Read more.
Hear firsthand from Environmental Sciences student Ashley about her two summers in the program. Read more.
AMP is proudly supported by SRC’s Technology-in-Action Fund – a perpetual memorial fund created to support Saskatchewan’s entrepreneurial spirit. Saskatoon Tribal Council, Gabriel Dumont Institute, the University of Saskatchewan and the University of Regina are integral program collaborators, providing financial support, as well as student support and referrals.