MOUNT ROYAL SOCCER IS SEEKING CONTRIBUTORS is a part of Vox Media, under the SB Nation umbrella.

It is primarily a Montreal Impact website, but also contains generic, worldwide soccer content, especially if it has a Montreal or Canadian connection.

It covers the large topics in European football, and features the Canadian national teams and the new Canadian Premier League.

It has average monthly page hit volume of around 10,000.  The target is to double this activity by the end of the MLS season.

The CONTRIBUTOR position is un-paid, however it does provide students and anyone wishing to get into sports journalism with experience and an opportunity to become established with a readership following.

Ideally seeks candidates who are willing to provide 3-4 articles per week.  They should be well-versed in the sport of soccer with a good knowledge of current events and past history.  Proficiency in English or French with the ability to write an interesting story or report topical information quickly is a pre-requisite.

Assignments will be provided weekly, taking into consideration each Contributor’s expertise and strengths.  Contributors will also be given the freedom to create articles/stories based on their own initiative, so there is plenty of room for scope.

Anyone interested should contact the website’s Managing Director, Paul Vance, directly, providing an updated resume.  A cover-letter describing their interests and motivations for wanting to become a CONTRIBUTOR is also preferred.

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Concordia Stingers Football Videographer

Concordia Stingers Football is looking to hire a videographer, to film practices and football games throughout the year (beginning in August 2019).

Applicants must be current undergraduate or graduate students at local area colleges, or recent grads with degrees relating to the fields of communications and videography.

The position will begin in August and continue until either the end of the fall semester, or through the entire academic year (based on availability). The videographer will work as part of the game-day video production team, operating technical equipment to produce quality game day footage for use by the Concordia Stingers Football Team.

The videographer will work during the pre-season training camp throughout the month of August, as well as football games and designated football practices throughout the season (September through November).

The videographer will receive technical training at the beginning of the season on proper operation of all the equipment, and will gain hands-on experience in video productions, game-day productions and sports broadcasting.

Average games are 5-7 hours (with setup and breakdown times).


Job Duties

  • Film practices Tuesday through Thursday (4:30 pm – 6:30 pm) for the Concordia Stingers Football Team.
  • Film games (all home games).
  • Film August Training Camp – Availability & Schedule TBD
  • Upload film and extract film clips from SD Cards; Import them to an video system for viewing (Assistant Coach will assist with training on extracting and uploading film).

Minimum Qualifications

  • Must be a dependable person who can operate a HD video camera
  • Must be in good physical condition; able to carry a camera up and down the stairs.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Previous experience working with a HD video camera
  • Willingness to learn on the job
  • Work-study students are preferred
  • Knowledge of the game of football


CBC News & Network Talk Internship Fall 2019

CBC is accepting applications for its Fall 2019 News & Network Talk Internship Program
Placements include: As It Happens, Because News, CBC Books (digital only), CBC Podcasts, The Current, Day 6, Ideas, Now or Never (Winnipeg), Out in the Open, Podcast Playlist, q, Quirks & Quarks and The Sunday Edition.

CBC Internship requirements:
• Interns must be enrolled in a journalism program recognized by CBC.
• Internship must be a requirement of the program.
• Students must not have already interned in an editorial role at the CBC.
• Students must be in—or about to enter—their final year of study at the time of the internship.
• Interns must be available to spend six consecutive weeks on a FULL TIME basis at CBC. Full time does not mean trying to juggle studies and/or employment while undertaking an internship. Freelance work is permissible in certain cases. Please notify us.
• Most shifts run Monday through Friday; some Thursday through Sunday and Friday through Monday. Some shifts begin early in the morning or in late afternoon/evening.
• The CBC cannot accommodate non-consecutive schedules or individual requests outside of our six week FULL TIME model.
• Interns must be a Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident. Although interns are not paid, CBC needs to ensure they could be employed following the internship. International students can only be considered if they hold a work permit that is valid from the time of the application deadline until several months after the internship end date.
• Students must be covered for the costs of WSIB through the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities. CBC will sign a declaration, provided by the academic institution, confirming our commitment to report workplace injuries. Please note we will sign ONE declaration letter per institution, per internship period.
• Internships take place at the CBC Broadcast Centre in Toronto. In select cases, interns who indicate an interest may be assigned to our Digital Bureau in Hamilton.
• Internships are unpaid. Interns are responsible for accommodation and travel.
• Please note these are editorial internships, NOT technical.
• CBC will not consider any student application unless recommended by their department.

Recommended students will be invited to apply beginning April 12th, 2019 They will receive an email with instructions and the application link. The deadline for applications is April 29, 2019 at 11:59 p.m. EDT.
Students will be required to submit a portfolio of up to four work samples showcasing their work on various platforms. CBC will contact students directly to arrange interviews, which will take place at the CBC Broadcast Centre in Toronto, or by video conference.

For recommendation, contact Journalism Internship Coordinator Prof. Wayne Larsen at before April 11.

Media relations internship

The communications and media relations department at the Integrated Health and Social Services University Network for West-Central Montreal is looking for an intern to perform various duties within the department.

We would need an intern to help update our database of media contacts within Montreal, within Quebec and the rest of Canada. This will include making sure we have the most up-to-date names and contact information for newsrooms across the city, province and country.

The intern will have the opportunity to shadow the media relations department (communicating with the media, responding to their requests, writing press releases, writing media invitations, observe media training, video production, podcast production, etc).

We’re hoping the intern can be available at least 3-4 hours per week and start as soon as possible and continue through the rest of their semester.

For more info, contact:
Barry Morgan
Information Agent,Communications & Media Relations
CIUSSS du Centre-Ouest-de-l’Ile-de-Montréal | Integrated Health & Social Services University Network for West-Central Montreal
T: 514 340 8222 #24120

Editorial Internship in Montreal

Canada’s foremost mining magazine is offering a 12-week paid internship opportunity for upper-year students and recent graduates. The intern will work from our Westmount, QC, office, and have the chance to have input in all facets of magazine editorial (print and online versions).


During the internship, the intern will mainly be called upon to write and edit copy, conduct interviews, post articles to the magazine website, attend story meetings and see the magazine progress through the production cycle.


About us:


CIM Magazine is published by the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum (CIM) eight times per year and distributed to more than 10,000 CIM members monthly and at industry-related events and conferences throughout the year.


Our coverage of mining includes the technical, financial, social and environmental aspects of the industry. Each issue of the magazine contains:


product briefs


columns from experts in the field

a number of short features

a profile of a mining project

a long-form feature story

mining lore


Internship requirements:


The intern will work 35 hours per week for 12 weeks.




Essential: some news writing and editing experience

Important: familiarity with Canadian Press style

No, you don’t need to be familiar with mining, but it helps






How to apply:


Submit a resume, portfolio of recent work and a letter of intent outlining how this internship is a good fit for both yourself and CIM Magazine to Editor in chief Ryan Bergen ( Please include your name and the position you are applying for in the subject field of the email


Deadline for applications: Jan 28, 2019


Internship start date: Feb 13, 2019


We thank all applicants who respond, but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

CJAD 800/TSN 690 Spring-Summer Internships

Are you a hard-working journalism or communications student with a passion for radio who is looking for a credited internship? Are you looking to gain hands-on experience in the news talk and/or sports radio industry? Then look no further! We have several internship opportunities available at CJAD 800 and TSN 690 for the spring and summer of 2019.

CJAD 800 is Montreal’s leading newstalk radio station, bringing a wide range of human interest, local, provincial, federal and international news stories to the community.

TSN 690 is the home of the Habs, the Alouettes and the Impact, and keeps the conversation going for Montreal sports fans.

Bell Media has six spring/summer 2019 internship positions available at CJAD 800 and TSN 690 for promising future journalists, hosts, and/or producers. Depending on whether your interests lie in sports, news or both, we will divvy up your time between content producing, reporting, news, and sports.

What You Can Expect: Some of your tasks as interns will include: chasing and booking guests, writing scripts (ledes and questions) for hosts, editing audio, covering press conferences, as well as on-air contributions as needed.

Please send:
• A cover letter explaining why you want an internship at CJAD 800 and/or TSN 690
• Your resumé
• Two to three samples of your writing
• A demo recording in MP3 format, customized for the station that you are interested in (i.e. If you’re applying for TSN 690, include a sample SportsCentre report, as well as a sample talk segment. If you’re applying for CJAD 800, include a traffic report, a commercial read, and a news wrap. If you’re interested in both, include both.) 3 MINUTES MAX

• February 1st 2019

Given the high demand and competitive nature of the station’s internship program, we are asking potential interns to submit their applications for the spring/summer 2019 period by February 1st 2019. All internships are unpaid, and require a full-time, weekday commitment of four-to-six weeks. At this time, CJAD 800 and TSN 690 can accommodate only for-credit internships. Please note that only those candidates being considered for an internship will be contacted.

Freelance opportunities at Montreal Families

Montreal Families, a free pick-up publication and website for parents and caregivers, is looking for freelance writers.

Launched more than 20 years ago, this publication runs articles about children’s health, education, summer camps, and family life.
Our local content is loved by many loyal readers and we’ve won a number of international journalism awards.

We are looking for second and third year undergraduate students and diploma students.
Super keen, talented and hard working first year students may also apply (as long as they’ve completed an introductory reporting course).

Students will write briefs and feature stories for the print publication and website (and update articles online).
You will be assigned stories but pitches are encouraged and welcomed.

There will be remuneration, albeit not a great deal

This is a great opportunity to get some bylines and improve your chances for future internships.


HuffPost Québec scholarship

HuffPost Québec is looking for a bilingual student to propose an application file for the Fonds CDPQ pour la relève journalistique.
Since this $ 10,000 scholarship is offered by the CDPQ in collaboration with the FPJQ, candidates must be members of the FPJQ and have an interest in economic and investigative journalism. The project could lead to an internship of three to four months during the year 2019.

If you have an interest, we invite you to check the criteria and the selection process on the FPJQ website and send your files to Christian Duperron, HuffPost Quebec’s director of information, at

Reporter – Telegraph-Journal

Brunswick News is recruiting for a full-time reporter position (within collective agreement) at the Telegraph-Journal.
As a reporter, you have a keen sense for news, an eagerness to break stories and a clean, clear writing style. Our reporters quickly immerse themselves in assignments, thoroughly researching and reporting news and feature stories to deadlines from minutes to days away.
We are seeking a dynamic and career-driven team player to join our
award-winning team in Saint John, New Brunswick.

● Pitch, report and write stories for online and print
● Verify news and other copy for accuracy
● Arrange and conduct interviews as part of research and for print/multimedia

● University or college-level studies in journalism or a related field.
● Previous newsroom experience.
● A clean, clear writing style and a demonstrated ability to produce detailed, accurate work under tight deadlines.
● Working knowledge of, and experience in using, social media.
● Highly developed organizational skills — able to multi-task, particularly in high-stress situations.
● An excellent command of the English language; fluency in spoken and written French would be a definite asset.
● Photography and videography skills are also an asset.
● A sound understanding of media law.
● A valid driver’s licence.

What we offer:
● Competitive wages
● Regular training and development opportunities
● Employee Family Assistance Program
● Health, drug and dental benefits
● Life insurance
● Fitness and weight management reimbursements
● Challenging, meaningful work

Brunswick News is Atlantic Canada’s most dynamic media group, providing a comprehensive package of live news and information to readers throughout New Brunswick. Our network of media outlets include, New Brunswick’s three daily newspapers, more than a dozen smaller-market newspapers, flyer distribution services, and an online recruitment site.

If interested please email your resume, cover letter and clippings, to by Dec. 28. Only those selected for interviews will be contacted.

CAJ Internship 2019

The Canadian Association of Journalists is seeking a post-secondary student intern in 2019 to work with the CAJ board of directors and other journalists.
The dates are flexible, but the internship will run during the winter term (January-May 2019).
Duties could include writing articles for our newsletter, helping to program our annual national conference, helping with a student membership drive, and/or conducting research for one of our committees, among other tasks. Most of the work will be done remotely since our board members are spread out across the country and we don’t have a main office.
We offer a small honorarium ($500) and free one-year CAJ membership.
Applicants are to submit a one-page letter of interest, a copy of their CV, and up to three published pieces.
Please contact CAJ VP Evan Balgord, our internship supervisor, at
Internship applications will be accepted until 11:59 p.m. ET on December 15, 2018.