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Ocean Path Fellowships - logo (green, blue circular wheel).  Developing strong leaders.  Building stronger communities.​Oceanpath Fellowships

Are you up for the challenge?  

One year.  One project.  Unleash your potential.

The OceanPath Fellowship provides professional leadership training and support for graduating students to lead a community development project anywhere in the world.

The 12-month fellowship is for graduating students who have:

  • The capacity and potential to develop as effective change-agents;
  • A meaningful connection with a community of their choosing anywhere in the world
  • An innovative idea of how this community could be strengthened

Successful candidates will receive up to $25,000 in funding.

Want to hear more about the OceanPath Experience and why we think this is such an amazing post-graduate experience? Checkout the CampusBeat podcast where Oceanpath Program Assistant and returned fellow, JP Dobson, shares insights about his experience!

More information about the fellowship 

Application Timeline

  • Applications for 2018-19 have now closed.  Congratulations to our 7 shortlisted candidates who are heading off to Selection Day in Montreal on January 31, 2019.

  • The next round of applications will begin in late August 2019.  Visit the "Apply Now" section of the OPF website to complete an "Expression of Interest" form.

Questions?

For more information, please contact the Queen’s OceanPath Advisor at oceanpath@queensu.ca

Our Current Fellows

Kaitlyn Gillelan, Cultural Revitalization and Art Therapy, Pond Inlet, Nunavut

Holly McCann, Mentorship and Wellness Programs, Arviat Hamlet, Nunavut

Harry Critchley, Educational Programming, Formerly Incarcerated Persons, Nova Scotia

To find out more about what the current Queen’s OceanPath Fellows are up to, check out this article published in the Queen’s Gazette.