Editorial Internship at CIM Magazine

CIM Magazine, Canada’s foremost mining magazine is offering a 12-week paid internship opportunity for upper-year students and recent graduates. The intern will work remotely from home 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, 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 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
• news
• columns from experts in the field
• a number of short features
• a profile of a mining project
• a long-form feature story
• updates on various activities of the Institute
• stories from mining’s history

Internship requirements:

The intern will work 35 hours per week for 12 weeks. Due to the remote aspect, technical requirements are a phone, internet and a computer with camera and microphone.


Essential: some news writing and editing experience
• Strong writing and proofreading skills
• Proficient interviewing skills
• Good time management
• Creative and curious
Important: familiarity with Canadian Press style
No, you don’t need to be familiar with mining, but it helps


$13.50/hr (QC minimum wage)

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 Section Editor Matthew Parizot (mparizot@cim.org). Please include your name and the position you are applying for in the subject field of the email.

Deadline for applications: March 24, 2021

Internship start date: April 6, 2021

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