CJPME (Canadians for Justice and Peace in the Middle East) are looking for an intern to fill the position of social media coordinator. Tasks include posting/managing the social media accounts of CJPME, as well as troubleshooting and developing communication strategies. The internship lasts 14 weeks (January 12 - April 17) on a part-time schedule and is unpaid. For more information on this position, check out the attached document! Deadline to apply is November 30th!
Rio Tinto Alcan's IT team is looking for interns (for a 4 month period, starting january 2015) to help build its internal communication strategy. This would involve:
-designing and building communication strategies
-leveraging communication mediums like animated presentations, whiteboards, info graphics and videos.
Potential candidates should have understanding of how these mediums could be used to build and deliver messages and content to employees in a business and corporate context.
For more information, visit riotinto.com
To apply, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Each year, the Student Life Network, in collaboration with CIBC, offers awards of up to $30,000 to help a Canadian student pay for school or reduce their student debt! This award is not merit based and is open to grads and undergrads. Registration begins now and continues until the end of 2014, so take the time to sign up! You can check out videos featuring previous recipients here and here. To register, visit the following website: http://canadasluckieststudent.com/ref/qCo2400.
Create for a cause! Get involved in the Great Educational Technology Challenge, an opportunity to create work for the prevention of bullying in schools.
Participants need to produce a digital game, application, or pedagogical tool for students to help schools address bullying and violence. This means you can use your video, sound, and intermedia skills! It is a wonderful way to showcase your talents and an amazing thing to put on your CV.
The selected participants (winners and honourable mentions) will be distributed in K12 schools all over Canada. The contest is sponsored by the Brian Bronfman Foundation, the Canadian association of eLearning producers (CeLEA), Concordia University and EduConsillium.
For more information on this contest, visit the following website: http://www.peacegrantmakers.ca/project/share/en/index.php
The Office of Public Affairs at the U.S. Consulate General in Montreal is currently accepting applications for internships during the summer2015 semester (May to August). Duties will include working closely with U.S. diplomats and professional staff to:
- Research media and cultural issues related to the U.S. and Canada (with particular emphasis on Quebec and Montreal)
- Draft reports and memoranda; monitor and report on media and social media; create and manage outreach projects
- Create content for the Consulate’s website and Facebook page
- Promote academic and cultural exchange programs.
This is a non-paid position requiring about 25 hours a week for 12-16 weeks. Applicants must be bilingual. Check out their video with current interns here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ht2KLIynG_Y.
Also, see attached document for details on the position.
To apply, contact email@example.com with the listed documentation!
The organizers of the Festival D'Art Souterrain (www.artsouterrain.com), which takes place every year in Montreal's underground city, are looking for interns to assist with technical production. The position is non-remunerated but can be credited for university students. Must be available twice a week from the 1st of October to the 18h of April. For more information, see the attached document! To apply, send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volume2, a public relations and graphic design agency specializing in architecture, design, and lifestyle, is looking for communications interns for PR related experience. This is a non-remunerated position and candidates should be bilingual. See the attached document for a detailed description of skills and responsibilities. To apply, contact: Anaïs Gagliardi at email@example.com 514-845-1188 #3.
Montreal en Fêtes, or Merry Montreal, is a festival that takes place in the Old Port in December and January. The festival is seeking interns to fill positions in PR and Production Coordination. These positions require organizational skills, a knowledge of social media and creative software. They are both full-time, non-remunerated internships. Candidates must be bilingual and available the 23rd, 24th and 31st of December. Please see the attached documents for more information on each position! If you would like to apply, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Montreal Holocaust Memorial Centre has an ongoing project dedicated to recording the stories of Holocaust survivors. They are looking for volunteers with the time and dedication to participate in this project. These recordings are usually done in 1 to 3 sessions, each about one and a half to two hours. The sessions are during the day – morning or early afternoon and occasionally there is an interview on a Sunday. The recording is done in the MHMC building (5151 Chemin de la Côte-Sainte-Catherine). If you are interested in helping out, please contact Eszter Andor at Eszter.Andor@mhmc.ca!
Montreal City Mission, a non-profit organization located in the Quartier du Spectacle, is seeking a communications intern to help with the development of a new promotion plan to boost support. This would involve brainstorming new PR ideas and creating PR kits, creating a new blog site, creating short videos and maintaining social media accounts. Bilingualism is a must. For more information contact MCM director Paula Kline at 514-844-9128-202 and/or send your c.v. to email@example.com. Document outlining required skills and responsibilities and well as more details on the organization is attached to this post.