— Last checked and updated April 29, 2021, by Rachel Lin, Langara College Library & Information Technology practicum students.
Canadian Intern Association: Including defining when unpaid internships are legal and illegal. (Hint: unless it’s a specialized profession or vocation, like dentistry or welding, it’s likely illegal.) Visit Site
Magazine Association of BC – Internship Subsidy Program MagsBC provides subsidies of up to 80% of an internship for member magazines. Visit Program Page
Western Living/Vancouver Magazine – Editorial Internship: Canada Wide Media in Burnaby offers a paid and temporary part-time internship with WL and VanMag twice a year. The intern works closely with the editorial and art departments. Visit Site
General Management Tips
Government of British Columbia. “Handling Absences & Other Businesses Disruptions.” Apr. 28, 2021. Read Here.
Heritage BC. “A Compendium of Tips & Information for Governance, Management, and NFP Operations.” Read Here.
Alliance for Arts and Culture Job Board: A listing of jobs in arts and culture in British Columbia. Visit Site
Craigslist Vancouver: Free classifieds including job listings. Other BC cities are also available. Visit Site
Indeed.ca: A popular general Canadian job search site. Visit Site
Jeff Gaulin’s Job Board: Job posting site for Canadian writers, journalists and publishers. Free to search; a fee to post a job or resume. Visit Site
Masthead Online Job Board: Job postings for the Canadian magazine industry. Visit Site
Media Job Search Canada: MJSC provides the largest database of Canadian media-related job sites. The website provides a list of potential magazine publication jobs in Canada by province. Visit Site
SFU Publishing Job Board: Job postings from the SFU Publishing Program. Visit Site
CharityVillage: CharityVillage has become the Canadian nonprofit sector’s largest and most popular online resource for recruiting, news and how-to information. Visit Site
Vantage Point: VP delivers foundational, advanced and custom learning opportunities focused on governance, leadership, planning and people management and engagement for new and seasoned sector leaders, board directors and managers. They are a not-for-profit organization that supports other not-for-profits by providing professional development learning opportunities. Visit Site
Volunteer BC: This nonprofit association promotes the growth of important volunteer sector resources, and their website allows volunteer centres and communities across the province promote volunteer opportunities. Volunteer BC also partners on initiatives that help foster more volunteering, including the Culturally Welcoming Volunteer Program and the annual Volunteer Week Photo Contest during National Volunteer Week. Visit Site
Volunteer Canada: Volunteer Canada is the national voice for volunteerism in Canada and is committed to increasing and supporting volunteerism and civic participation. They collaborate closely with volunteer centres, local organizations and national corporations to promote and broaden volunteering. VC’s programs, research, training, tools, resources and national initiatives provide leadership on issues and trends in Canada. Visit Site