Connecting Indigenous students from a variety of disciplines to collaborate on a storytelling project. 

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Humber Indigenous Transmedia Fellowship

Spend your summer building an interactive artistic project alongside fellow Indigenous creatives. This part-time employment opportunity was established to allow current self-identified Indigenous students (First Nations, Inuit, Métis and international Indigenous) to further develop their talents in digital media, technology, design, development, and storytelling.

Eligibility Requirements: 
The Indigenous Transmedia Fellowship is open to all Humber College students who self-identify as First Nation (status and non-status), Métis, Inuit, as well as international members of an Indigenous nation (for example, a current student who self-identifies as Maori from New Zealand).

To apply, you must:
  • Be a current Humber College Student;
  • Be in good academic standing; 
  • Self-identify as First Nation (status and non-status), Métis, Inuit, or an international member of an Indigenous nation; and  
  • Preference will be given to students in third or final year of a Degree OR second or final year of an Advanced Diploma OR final year of a Diploma or completing a Graduate Certificate. However, students in any year or discipline with past practical, applied or lived experience will also be considered.
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Next Steps
What to Include in Your Application? 
  • A completed application form, including your contact information and two professional or community references; 
  • Your CV; 
  • A 3-5 minute video outlining your educational background, experiences and qualifications, as well as a description of the unique talents you would bring to the Fellowship; and
  • A digital portfolio highlighting your design, art, web, music, communications, or other related work.

Past Projects

2020

Native Enough

The 2020 Indigenous Transmedia Fellows created the film Native Enough, which explores the topic of identity within Indigenous communities.