The club involves students in a series of sessions that engages them in the exploration of career pathways to medicine, nursing, pharmacy and diatetics professions. Club sessions are divided into two streams: general and cultural perspectives streams to accommodate the needs of all students.
General sessions are designed to involve grade eleven students who have an interest in exploring and experiencing one of the four professions. Grade eleven students are enrolled through the participating schools to attend the orientation session and complete the remaining sessions in their grade twelve year.
Session 1 was hosted in February, March and April for the general and cultural perspectives streams. Post-secondary presentations included requirements, changes to the nursing program for the 2011 intake as well as presentations from role models, elders and career pathways speakers. The Pre-Health Professions Club included the involvement of 194 students. We wish to welcome the participations of S.E Cornerstone School from Sun Country Health Region and Files Hills Qu'Appelle Tribal Council.
For additional information on File Hills Qu’Appelle Tribal Council pilot visit
the Cultural Perspectives section
Students who have completed all club sessions receive a certificate of completion for their portfolio.