These fellowships offer current King’s students and partnering organizations and businesses the opportunity to work together during summer placements. Students apply to receive targeted workplace experience offered between their first and final years. Partner organizations and businesses gain an unparalleled opportunity to work with students to mutually discover what a humanities perspective can bring to a workplace.
Whether you’re working on a novel, a memoir or a more journalistic piece, the King’s Online Writing Workshops can help you take your skills and your project to the next level.
HYP is a residential summer program for bright and highly-motivated students from ages 15 to 17 that takes place each July at the University of King’s College. Secondary school students from across the country have the unique opportunity to work closely and collaboratively with scholars from a variety of disciplines.
Since 2008, we’ve trained close to 100 journalists during the Summer data program coordinated by Fred Vallance-Jones, a pioneer in data journalism in Canada who leads the university’s masters program.