Our Community Partners

The Engaged Learning Office partners with a variety of community-based organizations, locally, nationally, and internationally! Our students work with these groups in many ways, whether they are offering support to existing programs or developing new projects.

National and International Partners

Canadian Roots Exchange (Canada)

La Cooperativa La Esperanza de Los Campesinos (Panama)

La Federación de Campesinos Hacía El Progreso (Dominican Republic)

Fundación Reto Internacional (Ecuador)

Ternopil Pedagogical University (Ukraine)

Local Partners

Friendship Inn

Frontier College

Global Gathering Place

Hands On Outreach and Development Centre

International Women of Saskatoon

L’Arche Saskatoon

LutherCare Communities (Sunset Home, Tower, and Village)

Mennonite Central Committee

Micah Mission

Namaste Care Program at Saskatoon Convalescent Home

P.A.A.L. (Physical Activity for Active Living)

Samaritan Place

Saskatoon Food Bank & Learning Centre

Saskatoon Open Door Society

Sherbrooke Community Centre


Are you interested in becoming a partner of the STM Engaged Learning Office?

We are always interested in exploring new partnerships with organizations who work with marginalized communities. If you are interested in finding volunteers through STM programs, we’d like to hear from you! There are a couple of things we would like you to know:

National and International Partners

We’re happy to have a conversation about prospective national and international partnerships. However, since education abroad and immersive service-learning is resource-intensive, please know that we rarely take on new national or international partners!

Local Partners

Most of our local programming requires that students volunteer an average of two hours per week in the community. This does not have to be an exact two hour shift every week, but we would like students to have a regular volunteering commitment throughout the term that adds up to roughly 20 hours. We find generally that it is best for both students and community partners if students have a regular weekly commitment.

With some exceptions, our programs run for an average of two and a half months: from late September to early December, and from late January to early April. Though some students do stay on to volunteer past this commitment, we can’t guarantee it. Because we do volunteer intake in September and January, the best times to get in touch with us to explore a prospective partnership are August and November.

If you are interested in partnering with the Engaged Learning Office, please get in touch with the Manager of Engaged and Experiential Learning, Caitlin Ward.