Are you passionate about student mental health? Do you want to work with a team of change makers who want to move beyond mental health awareness? Are you open-minded, compassionate, and dedicated? We have the opportunity for you!
Launched in January 2015, Minds Matter Magazine (MMM) is a unique, student-run initiative aimed at humanizing perceptions towards mental health. Designed by students at the University of Toronto Scarborough, the magazine also explores proactive approaches to helping students, friends and family of students cope with an increasingly fast-paced, stressful world. (If you would like to learn more about us, check out our strategic plan).
AVAILABLE MASTHEAD POSITIONS
Click the positions below to find more information about applying.
We will be recruiting for the following positions:
- Graphic Designer
- Magazine Designer
- Website Manager
- Website Developer
- Financial Officer
- Marketing Promotions and Events Coordinator
- Social Media Coordinator
- Communications Coordinator
- Communications Assistant
HOW TO APPLY:
- After reviewing all of the information available here, please click on the position you’re interested in below for its application package.
- Attach your application package in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with “Recruitment 2017” as the subject line.
- Stay tuned on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for the latest updates on the applications process!
- Application Deadline Date: April 14, 2018 at 11:59 p.m.
- Applicants Selected for Interviews: Last week of April
- Final Decisions: Within a week after interviews take place
- Position Start Date: Immediately
Minds Matter Magazine is strongly committed to providing equal opportunities by cultivating diversity within our community and masthead. We actively welcome applications from Indigenous/Aboriginal People of North America, visible minorities, women, people with disabilities (including those who have experienced mental health challenges), persons of any sexual orientation or gender identity, and any other identities who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
- How long is the position’s term?
The position’s term duration is from April 2018 to April 2019.
- Is it paid?
These are not paid positions and no member on our team is currently paid as a non-profit. We are composed of dedicated and hardworking team members who work because of their passion for creating change in the mental health sector.
- What if I’m on my co-op work term or an internship?
You will still be expected to put in 6 – 8 hours per week into the magazine, as well as attend masthead meetings that are usually on Saturday. Before applying for positions, please carefully consider whether you are able to put the same time and commitment as all the other members of the magazine.
- What if I am not a University of Toronto student?
You are still welcome to apply for the positions, however, University of Toronto students will be preferred.
- Where will meetings take place?
Meetings will be taking place at University of Toronto Scarborough, and the times will depend on the availability of the masthead (we try our best to accommodate everyone’s schedules). Please keep the commute in mind when applying to the magazine.
- When will I hear the application results?
Results will be out by the second week of May. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for any announcements, including when the results have been released. Only successful applicants will be contacted for an interview.
- Can I apply to multiple positions?
Yes, you can apply for multiple positions!
- What if I am interested in an occupied position?
We are not seeking any individuals for the occupied positions, but feel free to check back for more positions as we do actively recruit new members on a regular basis.
Feel free to contact us with any additional questions here!