Located in the home of the 19th Century firebrand editor William Lyon Mackenzie, The Mackenzie Printery and Newspaper Museum is Canada’s largest working print Museum.
“I am so incredibly grateful to receive a CPTISF scholarship.”
For a number of years, Eva’s Print Shop has worked with at-risk youth in Toronto by providing graphic communications training and work placement opportunities. It’s really good!
Faculty and staff have moved rapidly in the last two weeks to implement e-learning platforms for their students.
The School of Graphic Communications Management (GCM) at Ryerson University has experienced a significant increase in 1st year applications for the upcoming academic year.
“I am so thankful to be the recipient of this scholarship. It will help me immensely in continuing my education and in pursuing a successful career in the print industry.”
“We’re excited to announce that Cameron Mady, a first year Ryerson University student, has been selected to receive the $5,000 scholarship for the 2019/2020 academic year” said Jeff Ekstein, Chair of Canadian Print Scholarships.
Willy Wilkins has always been a great example of commitment. She is a strong advocate for the printing industry and cares deeply about the future. Canadian Print Scholarships is very thankful for her generous personal donation in 2019.
Canadian Print Scholarships were awarded to 60 students from 1st to 4th year. In addition, an amazing number of awards were handed out for a variety of outstanding academic achievements.
“I think it’s been very interesting. It’s pretty challenging,” Le says, “that’s the part I like about it. I like not having something very easy that I can do right away, the challenges keep me interested.”