he Saskatchewan Economic & International Development  

           Officer (SEIDO) Program is a unique experiential learning opportunity that trains university/college (and trade) and high school students as “international trade assistants”.  Over the past three years, it has become an attractive way to gain needed exposure for any student who desires a career in global business and/or international community development, and to acquire very direct global business knowledge/practicum experiences to complement an intended international-related profession.

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SEIDO Program

 

     

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Formerly the “Saskatchewan International Trade Officer Program”, the SEIDO Program offers training with international business & trade foundation modules, cross-cultural etiquette skills development, mentorship in international market outreach and research report writing, and even professional development workshops (including protocols on how to host foreign government delegations).  After training, “SEIDO Student Officers” immediately apply their learned skills through unique hands-on assignments and practicums, including international trade missions, with partnering international sections of Canadian, Saskatchewan government ministries and crown corporations, as well as with participating foreign consulate-generals (and their trade commission bureaus) whose jurisdiction includes Saskatchewan.

 

Vanessa Polanik
Vanessa Polanik
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Tyler Webb
Tyler Webb
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Tomisin Olayini
Tomisin Olayini
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Patrick Simpson
Patrick Simpson
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Sonja Shan
Sonja Shan
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Nathan Theon
Nathan Theon
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Karlie Jackson
Karlie Jackson
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Kasie Kelln
Kasie Kelln
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Luke Coupal
Luke Coupal
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Luke Sather
Luke Sather
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Mary Panteluk
Mary Panteluk
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Megan Doepker
Megan Doepker
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Jackie Cook
Jackie Cook
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Edward Hai Bo
Edward Hai Bo
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Dillon Kelln
Dillon Kelln
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Chilbuike Umeh
Chilbuike Umeh
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Carolyn Aziz
Carolyn Aziz
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Avery Vold
Avery Vold
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Brandon Ziola
Brandon Ziola
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Andrew Davidson
Andrew Davidson
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To date, more than 20 Saskatchewan students participated in the SEIDO Program in the past three years.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why SEIDO?

Because Saskatchewan is a true global player! 

 

Who Can Participate?

Check your eligibility.

 

How to Apply? 

Start your global career now.