Resources and Services
Grounded in the conviction that experiential learning, work-integrated learning, and entrepreneurship are compatible with the humanities, the King’s Experiential Learning Program (KELP) will give students the opportunity to reflect on their own values, skills and aptitudes developed through their education in the humanities or journalism. This process helps students understand how their skills can benefit a range of fields and gain insight into the career path that is right for them. We offer an on-campus employment program, external internships, and career development opportunities specially tailored for humanities and journalism students. King’s is also a member of the Spark Zone Innovation Sandbox, an entrepreneurial resource centre located within walking distance, which offers paid opportunities to learn and network.