APPLICATION DEADLINE: October 31, 2017
Are you interested in . . .
- Working in a 24/7 operation where news is transmitted as soon as it breaks?
- Writing for a variety of news platforms, including newspapers, radio and digital?
- Improving your skills in a supportive, collegial and instructive environment?
- Being among the first to know about major news developments?
- Becoming a better journalist?
Do you have . . .
- Experience as a reporter and/or editor in a newsroom?
- A passion for hard news?
- Proven news judgment?
- Good computer and Internet skills?
- A university education?
If the answer to these questions is Yes, you may be a candidate for summer employment at The Canadian Press.
Each fall, Canada's national news agency accepts applications from aspiring journalists for our summer internship program in Toronto.
The competition for summer jobs at The Canadian Press is always fierce. While there are no guarantees of long-term employment for the successful applicants, some of our recent summer relievers subsequently became permanent employees. For some of those who didn't, the experience they gained led to full-time jobs elsewhere in the news industry. Editors and news directors across the country know that even a short stint provides invaluable training in journalism.
We will consider applications from current students and recent graduates. The ability to speak both official languages would be a definite asset. Willingness to work evenings, overnights and weekends is essential.
As our broadcast, print and digital operations are becoming increasingly integrated, candidates with experience on multiple platforms have the greatest chance of being short-listed.
If you are interested and meet the qualification requirements, please submit a letter, resumé, three references and up to five work samples (news only - no features or commentary) by October 31, 2017 to:
The Canadian Press
36 King Street East
The Canadian Press is an equal-opportunity employer. We particularly welcome applications from women, members of a visible minority, persons with a disability and aboriginal persons.