La Maison de la coopération recherche un stagiaire (rémunéré) en journalisme

STAGIAIRE EN JOURNALISME – STAGE RÉMUNÉRÉ

Le magazine Coopoint, la Revue annuelle de la coopération québécoise, offre un stage à titre de principal rédacteur de l’édition 2016, sous la supervision et en étroite collaboration avec la directrice de la publication. Pour être éligible à un tel stage, vous devez étudier en journalisme ou en communications – et idéalement, avoir déjà publié des textes dans un journal étudiant.

Travail sur place au bureau de la Maison de la coopération du Montréal métropolitain (MC2M), aux lieux d’entrevue lorsque possible et en télétravail.

Compétences, aptitudes recherchées

– Intérêt affirmé pour les affaires publiques, les affaires sociales;
– Intérêt et curiosité pour le milieu coopératif et l’entrepreneuriat collectif;
– Habiletés en recherche et rédaction de reportages;
– Connaissances des réseaux sociaux et de ses codes de bonnes pratiques
– Créativité, débrouillardise, grande polyvalence
– Bilinguisme parlé de façon à être en mesure de mener des entrevues à l’international.

Veuillez nous faire parvenir votre dossier d’ici le 18 mai, en incluant :

– une lettre de motivation
– votre curriculum vitae
– un ou deux articles déjà publiés
N.B. : les candidats n’ayant jamais publié d’articles dans des journaux ou des magazines d’informations sont invités à proposer une sélection de textes en précisant le contexte dans lequel ils ont été écrits (travail universitaire, personnel, etc.).

Personne contact: Francyne Morin, directrice de la publication
Adresse courriel: fmorin@mc2m.coop
Numéro de téléphone: 514 340-6056
Date limite: 18 mai 2016
Lien vers l’édition 2015 du Coopoint : http://www.cdr.coop/publication/revue-coopoint/2015-2016-lexperience-collective

B.C. Evening Editor

Job Posting: B.C. Evening Editor
Contract: 6 hours per week, at competitive remuneration rates
Location: British Columbia

Are you a Canadian news junkie who knows the keyboard is more powerful than the sword? Do you understand the power of media in making political and social change, and want to do something about the need for a powerful, alternative, progressive media voice in Canada? If this sounds like you, read on.

rabble.ca, Canada’s leading non-profit, independent news and multimedia website, seeks a dynamic B.C. Evening Editor, to expand our regional coverage. The B.C. Evening Editor brings their knowledge of B.C. to rabble.ca’s coverage and their editorial eye to our content in the evenings, Pacific Time. This editor is responsible for reviewing and promoting rabble content, and guides rabble’s B.C. beat, seeking out contributors and ensuring that rabble covers key B.C. issues each week.

The B.C. Editor also has the option to shape rabble’s regional coverage by contributing up to two stories each week, on a paid-per-piece basis, outside of the contracted hours.

This is a part-time position. The time commitment is six hours per week, spread out over five days, and worked in the evenings after 6 p.m. Pacific Time, Monday to Friday.

The B.C. Editor works closely with the Managing Editor, Blogs & Opinions Editor, and the News Editor in collaboration with all members of rabble.ca’s editorial team, including volunteers and interns.

Qualifications:

➢ editorial experience in an online journalism environment
➢ copy editing experience, including familiarity with CP style
➢ demonstrated enthusiasm for and knowledge of B.C. issues, activism and politics; familiarity with Indigenous and immigration issues is considered a strength
➢ strong understanding of Twitter and Facebook, and interest in social media
➢ strong organizational skills, including email and time management
➢ demonstrated ability to multi-task and meet deadlines
➢ collaborative approach to teamwork
➢ understanding of basic Search Engine Optimization principles

Assets:

➢ familiarity with Drupal, Basecamp, Zimbra, Slack, Disqus, and photo-editing software
➢ university degree or college diploma in journalism, or equivalent experience
➢ journalistic writing experience, especially in news reporting

Please send cover letter, resume, references and a short writing sample outlining your vision for rabble.ca’s B.C. beat (one page maximum) by May 20, 2016 to rabble.ca Managing Editor Michelle Gregus c/o jobs@rabble.ca, noting “B.C. Editor application” in the subject line. In the spirit of the virtual office, only electronic applications will be accepted.

rabble.ca is an employment equity employer committed to achieving a representative workforce. Qualified diversity group members are encouraged to self identify on their applications.

Please note: we thank all who apply, but only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

The Vocalist Magazine TV Internship

Categories: Television / Host / Journalism
Contact: The Vocalist Magazine
372 Sainte Catherine West, Suite121 – Montreal, QC

Description
TVM TV is looking for students who are interested in a learning opportunity, where they can extend their journalism, television broadcasting education beyond the classroom.

PURPOSE: This TVM TV internship is designed to provide students with a strong interest in broadcast journalism, an opportunity to gain insight into the day to day operations of professional TV production.

Position Requirements:
• Needs to be registered at a university or college on a full-time basis.
• Prefer someone working toward a career in broadcast journalism. Applicant needs to be in good academic standing and possess some knowledge of music industry.
• Needs to be organized, able to meet deadlines and be a self-starter.
• Good writing, production and conversational skills, and be able to transmit information clearly and efficiently.
• The internship will cover a quarter/semester period of approximately sixteen (16) hours per week, with a schedule to be arranged by the intern and the intern coordinator.
• Work effectively in a team environment.
• Maintain a positive and cooperative rapport with staff, management, and clients.
• Project an appropriate professional appearance and demeanor.

THE APPLICANT MUST SUBMIT:
For more information, or to apply, please submit your resume to: vocalistmagazinetv@gmail.com.

Please NO PHONE CALLS.

Internship at Laval Families Magazine

Laval Families Magazine is looking to hire an intern who can be assigned articles to write on varying topics. The magazine is published five times a year and has a wide distribution within Laval and surrounding areas, in addition to the online version of the magazine. The ideal candidate has excellent communication, interviewing and grammar skills in the English language.

This is a freelance internship position, and payment for articles written is to be discussed. For more information or to apply for this position, please send your CV, brief cover letter and a recent writing sample (if available) to Lisa Cipriani (Editor) at lisacipriani@lavalfamilies.ca.

Bilingual Journalist/Writer for Laval Families Magazine

Laval Families Magazine is looking to hire a freelance journalist/Writer that can be assigned articles to on varying topics. The magazine is published five times a year and has a wide distribution within Laval and surrounding areas, in addition to the online version of the magazine. The ideal candidate has excellent communication, interviewing and grammar skills in the English language, but can also interview and write in French if/when required for our soon-to-be-launched sister publication “Laval en Famille”.

This is a freelance internship position, and payment for articles written is to be discussed. For more information or to apply for this position, please send your CV, brief cover letter and a recent writing sample (if available) to Lisa Cipriani (Editor) at lisacipriani@lavalfamilies.ca.

REPORTER & VIDEOGRAPHER – PART TIME INTERNSHIP

WE ARE LOOKING FOR A PASSIONATE & OPEN MINDED REPORTER & VIDEOGRAPHER LOOKING TO GET EXPERIENCE AND BUILD THEIR CAREER THROUGH OUR INTERNSHIP PROGRAM. SPEAKING UP MTL, IS A NEW WEEKLY SEGMENT GIVING MONTREALERS THE OPPORTUNITY TO EXPRESS THEIR OPINIONS ON CURRENT NEWS. BOXING LIFE TV IS A SHOW ON BELL FIBE TV1. IT EXPLORES THE SOCIAL & HUMAN ASPECT OF PROFESSIONAL BOXERS . YOU WILL BE COACHED AND TRAINED BY THE CELEBRITY TV HOST MALIK SHAHEED. THIS POSITION REQUIRES A COMMITMENT OF 15HRS PER WEEK
Please send your CV and cover letter to
INFO : robert@versatilite.com

Offre de stage avec bourse chez TravelBird à Amsterdam

TravelBird, l’agence de voyage basée à Amsterdam, a lancé pour la première fois un programme de bourse de stage. Ce dernier permettra à un étudiant de remporter une bourse de 3000 euros (4400 $) et un stage au siège de l’entreprise à Amsterdam.

L’étudiant sélectionné sera libre de choisir le département de l’entreprise dans lequel il souhaite travailler, (Rédaction, communication, marketing, informatique…) ainsi que la durée et la date de début de son stage. En plus de la bourse, l’étudiant choisi bénéficiera de repas gratuits et équilibrés, de son propre Macbook Pro pendant la durée du stage, et d’une gratification de 350euros par mois (513$).

Pour participer, les étudiants doivent, avant le 31 mai 2016, répondre de la manière la plus créative possible à la question : “Quelle a été ton expérience de voyage la plus inspirante ?”.

Tous les supports sont autorisés pour répondre à la question (vidéo, rédaction…). Tous les détails du programme sont accessibles sur la page : https://fr.travelbird.be/bourse-de-stage/

APTN Internships

Emerging Indigenous Reporter Internship Opportunity

Journalists for Human Rights (JHR) is coordinating two paid internship opportunities, at Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN), for emerging Indigenous reporters through its Indigenous Reporters Program.

Internship Opportunity: 2 positions at APTN as a Television Technician (junior) OR Researcher/Writer (trainee)

Location: APTN offices in Winnipeg, Manitoba OR Ottawa, Ontario OR Vancouver, British Columbia. Please specify which location you are interested in in your applications.

Deadline to apply: Friday, May 6, 2016

Start Date: August/September 2016

Duration: 3 months

Specific Responsibilities:
The Television Technician (junior) (APTN) works under the supervision of the Director or
Producer and provides support to the Studio Crew in the day-to-day production of APTN News
and Current Affairs Programming while adhering to the highest journalistic standards,
procedures and practices. Key responsibilities include working as a teleprompter, electronic
graphics, switcher, audio, AD, studio camera operator, floor director, and editor. Additionally,
the intern will be responsible for prepping the studio prior to production, which includes lighting,
camera set-up and striking the set following production.
The Researcher/Writer (trainee) (APTN) works under the direction of the Assignment Editor
and gathers content for News and Current Affairs while adhering to the highest journalistic
standards, procedures and practices. Key responsibilities include searching for stories;
researching, developing ideas using leads/tips; pitching story ideas; interviewing sources,
preparing story outlines, reviewing archives; assisting with the preparation of published stories,
etc.

About APTN:
APTN is the first national Aboriginal television network in the world with programming by, for
and about Aboriginal Peoples to share with all Canadians and viewers around the world. For
the fourth straight year APTN has been recognized as one of Canada’s Top 100 Employers
and for the eighth consecutive year APTN has been recognized as Manitoba’s Top 25
Employers.

About JHR:
Journalist for Human Rights (JHR) is Canada’s leading media development organization.
Through skills training and mentorship, JHR empowers journalists to report ethically and
effectively on local human rights issues that would otherwise be ignored and unaddressed.
Since 2002, JHR has trained over 12,500 journalists in 21 countries in Sub-Saharan Africa and
the Middle East.

In 2013, JHR launched its first project in Canada, The Northern Ontario Initiative. The project
worked in remote Indigenous reserve communities across Ontario training citizens to report on,
and from, their own communities. It also connected them to interested editors and news
directors and taught them how to sell their freelance work to mainstream media outlets. The
objective of this project was to build relationships between Indigenous communities and media
outlets to create greater awareness of Indigenous culture, peoples and issues amongst nonIndigenous
Canadians by strengthening Indigenous voices in Canadian media.

How to Apply:
Applicants must be currently enrolled in a post-secondary media program OR a recent
graduate (in the last 4 years). Applicants will identify as Indigenous (First Nations, Métis or
Inuit). Please indicate which position you are applying for (TV Tech or Researcher) and which
newsroom location you are interested in (Winnipeg, Vancouver or, Ottawa).
Please send a cover letter, resume with three (3) references and samples of your work to:

Hannah Clifford
Program Associate
Indigenous Reporters Program
hannah@jhr.ca

We thank all applicants for their expressed interest in this opportunity; however, only those
selected for an interview will be contacted.

Creative Assistant

Laura Canada is currently looking for a dynamic person that loves fashion photography! We need help organizing pre-production, photo shoots, trenboards. Person should be creative, open to feedback and multi-tasking.

Please note even though this internship is non-remunerated, the intern will learn a lot in this fast paced friendly fun environment.

For anyone who is interested, please submit your resume to the following email address: joinus@laura.ca.

Jewish Public Library- Editorial & Communications Internship

The Jewish Public Library (JPL) is a not-for-profit organization that has played a central role in the intellectual, cultural and social life of the Montreal Jewish community since 1914. The four pillars of the JPL are: the Norman Berman Children’s Library, our general collection, our cultural programming department and our community archive. Specializing in Judaic materials, we also offer all the new releases and best sellers patrons expect at other libraries.

The JPL is looking for an Editorial & Communications Intern to assist with the following:
– Write content for a monthly eNewsletter
– Cover JPL cultural events
– Conduct interviews (in-person, by phone, an occasionally online)
– Draft press releases
– Assist the PR coordinator with media relations

Qualifications:
• Excellent verbal and written communication (English)
• Strong editing and proofing skills
• Attention to detail and organizational skills
• Excellent time management skills
• University/college background in journalism, communications, public relations or related field (Students are welcome)

As a small organization with a big mandate, the Editorial & Communications Intern will receive hands-on, relevant and useful writing & marketing experience

Interested applicants can email their CV to: Shannon Gaskell, Director of Development, shannon.gaskell@jplmontreal.org

This is an unpaid internship with flexible hours. The position will remain open until a suitable candidate has been found.