Teen Writing Programs & Young Writers’ Programs are held each summer throughout the province. They offer up to 14 youth in each location the opportunity to develop their creative writing skills with a professional writer as instructor. The workshops are held in partnership with local libraries and are offered free of charge to participants.
For teen programs, applicants should be between 14 – 18 years old at the time of the program they intend to apply for.
For young writers’ programs, see the program page for recommended participant ages.
Applicants to some of the programs are asked to upload a short sample of their writing and a paragraph or two about why they would like to come to Sage Hill.
Impact of Covid-19 on 2020 Youth Programs
Sage Hill Writing is delivering all summer 2020 programs online, in order to keep participants and instructors safe.
Please see the program pages below for additional details.
Registration for Moose Jaw, La Ronge, Prince Albert, Regina, and Swift Current programs is now closed.
The Saskatoon workshops is full, but you may still register for the waiting list.
2020 Teen Programs:
2020 Young Writers’ Programs:
Contact us with your questions any time.
Are you looking to offer a teen / young writers’ program in your community?
Sage Hill partners with organizations that can contribute a program venue, on-site coordination, and potentially program cost-sharing. If your organization would like to work with us, please contact email@example.com.
If you are interested in instructing a Teen or Young Writers’ Workshop, please send your resume / C.V. and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sage Hill’s Teen and Young Writers’ Workshops are made possible
by generous donors, funders, and community partners.
Many thanks to the Community Initiatives Fund, Saskatchewan Arts Board, Canada Council for the Arts, SaskCulture, SaskLotteries, the City of Saskatoon, the City of Regina, the Saskatchewan Festival of Words, Churchill Community High School (La Ronge), Saskatoon Public Library, Regina Public Library, John M. Cuelenaere Public Library (Prince Albert), the Swift Current Chinook Regional Library, and Brick Books.