CanCulture is a non-profit, online arts and culture magazine. We are looking for writers, photographers and illustrators! Our content is smart, thoughtful and showcases who Canadians are and why what they’re doing is important.
Contributing to CanCulture is a great experience for those who want to experience a magazine publication. Our mission is to write people-focused stories that are informative, enlightening and also a bit quirky. We need your help doing so!
Please email me or Kevin Siazon, the other co-managing editor (email@example.com), if you’d like to contribute or would simply like more information!
GoodnessTV is a WebTv dedicated to positive news and social involvement. We offer NGOs and Foundations a global showcase dedicated not only to allow them to broadcast videos on their respective missions and their work on the field but also help raise funds and/or offers to volunteer or sponsorship.
GoodnessTV also wants to allow companies whose business mission includes a social component to broadcast videos on this mission and its implementation in the community.
This internship is unpaid.
Requirements: Fluency in French and English, both orally and in writing. Another language is an asset. Familiarity with word processing software and Internet browsing. Photoshop and Final Cut also an asset. Intern must have laptop.
To apply, email a cover letter and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org attention Mr. Leon Coupal.
TC Media is looking for a freelance journalist to write up to four stories a week for both the West Island Chronicle and the Westmount Examiner community newspapers. The freelance journalist will be tasked with generating story ideas on a weekly basis for both papers. TC Media will pay the freelance journalist $35 per 300-worded story. Those interested may email their C.V. to W.I. Chronicle’s editor-in-chief, Anthony Abbondanza, at email@example.com.
TC Media is looking for a freelance journalist to write up to four stories a week for both the West Island Chronicle and the Westmount Examiner community newspapers. The freelance journalist will be tasked with generating story ideas on a weekly basis for both papers.
TC Media will pay the freelance journalist $35 per 300-worded story.
Those interested may email their C.V. to W.I. Chronicle’s editor-in-chief, Anthony Abbondanza, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
FieldTurf is seeking an individual with excellent writing skills to create friendly and
engaging content for FieldTurf’s Blog.
– Responsible for creating and posting blog content.
– Content will be broken down in to 3 categories:
>>> Discussions about field building, player safety, tips and tricks, etc.
– Fun ‐ FieldTurf Related
>>> Did you check out that touchdown last night? Yes, it happened on FieldTurf and here is a post to the youtube video.
>>> How about these cool field designs?
– Fun ‐ Non‐FieldTurf
>>> Hot topics that can engage the audience, such as “Top 10 Quarterbacks to play on artificial turf”.
– Work with the marketing team to create an editorial calendar (topics / timing).
– Identify opportunities to guest blog and invite guest bloggers to participate.
– Research for relevant topics that would interest FieldTurf’s key demographics.
– Passion for football, soccer.
– Strong writing skills.
A city-based e-magazine and blog covering many areas of interest for Montreal professionals (restaurants, travel, fundraising, leisure etc..) is seeking the right individual to assist the editor-in-chief in the following areas:
1. Event Coordination: liaising, responding to, and following-up with PR agencies and event organizers/invitations, and managing weekly schedules.
2. Community Management: Executing social media posts across all platforms, including event articles and coverage, and post-event follow-up with PR/event organizers.
3. Attend events as required, and provide written content as needed for the site consistent with the site’s tone and language.
Details, hours etc…will be worked out based on schedules and the actual tasks. The ideal candidate presents well, is outgoing and articulate, enjoys socializing, and is able to turnover content fairly quickly.
Those interested are invited to contact Dax@manaboutmtl.com or 514-909-4412.
The Community Learning Centre Initiative is seeking interns interested in writing stories or producing short audio reports that highlight successful educational projects in our network of 37 English schools across Quebec. Our goal is to encourage more teachers and schools to integrate engaging educational opportunities in their school and community, specifically community based learning and service learning projects. Interns would be required to interview teachers, students and community partners about what is happening in their school and community, taking care to ensure appropriate release forms are signed. We are looking for a small team to manage the blog, produce content and develop a strategy to increase visibility in the Quebec education community. You can visit the blog at clc-blog.learnquebec.ca Interested applicants can contact Ben Loomer at email@example.com